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    Parishes Acton Trussell and Bednall

    roads, the shortest access being over the canal and then by way of a bridge at Acton Mill . John Linacres of Forebridge (in Castle Church parish) left a yearly rent in 1577 for the repair and maintenance of this Victoria County History

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    99 Lilleburn , Hen. de, and his w . Isabel, 32 Lilleshall ( Salop .), 80 Lillyman , Rob., 31 Linacres , John, 11 Linhill , see Lynehill Linhull , see Lyne Hill Linney , John, 69 Linton , Thos., Victoria County History

    Henry VIII, July 1522, 01 July 1522-31 July 1522

    Clerk of the Chancery. Grant of the canonry and prebend of the collegiate chapel of St. Stephen, Westminster, vice Thomas Linacres, who exchanges with the said Edward. Del . Westm., 6 July 14 Hen. VIII. Pat . 14 Hen. VIII. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of E ARLY PEAS, choice sorta. The Property of Mr. J. T. Moene, Salwame Court, Droitwich. Lor 1.-EARLY ECLIPSE, at Linacres tarm, Claines, As . . .............. ............................. abot 3 0 0 The Property of tr. A. J. Beauchamp. Lor Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    C( 0M M E R CI A L. LONDON SHARE LIST, FRtIDAY. OFFICIAL ROECOROD OF BUSINESS DONE. tAdfplqaionalO are par cent. nominnal whore nob otherwise stated.) AWiTISHi PUNDi.h toe. IrTo cent. C*3ot5Ol ............... 10936 7A I 00 CeE.D(S-el Account Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MARKET. Alaunillos, 2 c SnLady Carrington, Os 3d Cs 93 Aneoudo, 53 53 ibhla, 19 2 Anglo- excoan, lo 4 Linacres, 8 8 Al. ] :- wus 3S~dd OC9d Is3d t bh.u- eii yn, 18 65 2-C l Do. B.Hij, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    """•linff upon LINACRES isrA I E, also occupied by Sir. Hartwridit r LOT S- TWENTY - FIVE capital MAIDEN ELM TIMBER TREES, of good dimensions, numbered with white paint from 41 to 60, both inclusive, likewise standing uuon Linacres Estate. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following is the new list of guardians for this Union: - Claines, W. Tolley, Northwick house j J. F. Hartwright, Linacres. Crowle. R. Smith, jun., Crowle Court. Dodderhill, J. Tolley, The Ford. Doverdale, Rev. J. Oldham, Doverdale Rec- tory. Elmbridge, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of William Harrison, * orcester Road, Bromsgrove. HACTWRitHT.- Nov. 23. Alfred, son of Mr. James Ford and Sarah Sunton HartwriffUt, Linacres, Claines, aged 12. Hemming.- Nov. 16, at Mappleberrow Green, ftudley, aged 85, Mr. Henry Hemming, cattle dealer, much respected. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    W. P. Hughes is solicitor to the debtor. Sudden Death.- Mary Ann Link, the infant daughter of William Link, of Linacres, Claines, died suddenly about three o'clock on Wednesday morning. It was fed between twelve ahd one, after which the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WOROESTER PERM-WENT BUILDiNG SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. Tbe annual meeting of the members of this society wa* held in the Assembly-room at the Guildhall on Wednesday evening. Mr. John Millington (the chairman of the directors) presided, and he waa supported Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A CHEMIST AND HIS INCOME TAX, Evan Charles Ashford, chemist, Northampton, was charged at the Northampton Police Court, on Mon- day, with an offence under the Stamp Management Act. Evidence was given that defendant sent out packages ot Simcoes Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A REAL TREAT. The following was the bill of fare at a dinner which was given' recently by King Kalakaua to a party of American visitors': " Baw shrimp, kukni nuts, taro, poi, oold chicken, crackers, raw fish, sea. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS. D , it « „_ TOBSDAT, MAT 27. Before the Rev. J. Pearson (chairman); Rev. C. J. Sale, J. G. Watkins, and J. W. Willis, Esqre. Tolls on Agricultural Produce.- The chairman, referring to a earn Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE HOME COMING OF THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF DUDLEY. A fnll -account of the wt-oome given to Lord and - Lady Dudley oa Satarday, aad of tbe rejoicinga m < Worcester and at Witley, appears on p. 2. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by the Chairman, Mr Thomas Swain Pant, and Mr Benjamin Davies, Penycae. A read- ing was given by Mr John Linacres and a recitation by Mr John Edwards, Penycae, a song hein^ also contributed by Mr Joseph Pritchard, Penycae. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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