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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hardwicke Economic history

    there were Haywick field, abutting Quedgeley , and Elmores field, presumably to the west, and Hardwicke shared in Pirton and Longhill fields, which were partly in Colethrop . To what extent the land in the open fields was arable is

    Standish Economic history

    Breach field 16 5 4 The Stopple 5 3 2 Newlease field 8 4 2 Odfurlong 5 5 1 COLETHROP Longhill field 200 45 43 a further part in Hardwicke Pirton field 109 30 29 a further part in Hardwicke

    Parishes Stranton

    chancel, nave with north and south aisles, and north porch. The parish, which includes the districts of Belle Vue and Longhill , was formed in 1891 . The living is a vicarage in the same gift. The church of ST.

    Education

    Mod. 450 C Hopewell Rd. 1956 Juniors 480 C Jervis High 1956 Boys Sec. Mod. 450 C Longhill 1954 Infants 360 C Longhill 1955 Juniors 480 C Myton 1958 Infants 240 C Newland St. John 's 1962 Infants and Juniors

    Modern Hull Suburban Hull , 1966 The docks, 1966

    begun on the site, south of the Wawne Drain , in 1966 . 473 In east Hull house-building on the Longhill estate, another new scheme, and the Greatfield and Bilton Grange estates was virtually complete by 1959 , 474 and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    Horse. Page 640, line 31, for Tristram read Trestean. 640, 33, for Fautley read Fantley. 654, 23, for Loghill read Longhill. 691, lines 20 22, for Thomas Domvile (the two latter as trustees for said Sir William) read Thomas (

    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    of Ranelagh, 73; regiment of, 235, 344, 397, 399, 1306, 1345. -, Joseph, killed by A. Turner, 432. Loghill , Longhill, co. Limerick, ferry of, 654. Errata, 1451. Logstown , Naas South barony, co. Kildare, 177. Lolcar [? Holker ]

    William and Mary, June 1694, 01 June 1694-30 June 1694

    of Strangford, and Porto Ferry, and of Narrow water, co. Down; the ferry of Lifford in Donegal, of Annabog and Longhill in Limerick, of Killaloo in Clare, of Lanesborough in Longford to Ballyhegue in Roscommon; the ferry of the abbey Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 February 1771, 26 February 1771

    a Bill, intituled, " An Act for dividing and " enclofing the feveral Stinted Paftures called the North " Moor, Longhill Bark, and Garforth Clofe, within the " Townfhip of Rilfion in the Weft Riding of the Coun- " ty Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1771, 1 March 1771

    the Bill, intituled, " An " Aft for dividing and enclofmg the feveral Stinted cc Paftures called the North Moor, Longhill, Bark, and " Garforth Clofe, within the Townfhip of Rilflon in the " Weft Riding of the County of Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1771, 4 March 1771

    efl Billa, intituled, " An A& for " dividing and enclofmg the feveral Stinted Paftures 's called The North Moor, Longhill, Bark, and Garforth «' Clofe, within the Townfhip of Rilfloii, in the Weft 55 Riding of the County of Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1771, 8 March 1771

    County of Leiceßer" t{ 31. An Aft for dividing and enclofing the feveral " Stinted Paftures called the North Moor, Longhill " Bark, and Garforih Clofe, within the Townfhip of " Rilfton in the Weft Riding of the County of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    RILLIET, JAMES ef zj/. ;-Naturalization Bill, 26 Geo. 3. viz/e Boumeester, Daniel. RILSTON in Yorkfhire;-Stinted Paftures called the North Moor, Longhill Bark, and Garforth Clofe, in Townfhip of ;-Enclo- fure Bill, 11 Geo.3. brought from H. C; and read Firft Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    market to-day. Only three died onl the passage. list Admiral Chialoner, C.B., lied yesterday, at the age of 70, at Longhill, Gainsborougli, Yorkshire. The gallant ,idn admiral, who retired from the naay twenty years ago, had Iof since devoted himself Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Di......tto 20 0 18 A 8 ilaylo's Close, ditto-.......Ditto 20 0 5 Starch 9 Mesonoge, College, Homestead, - aCet Longhill Stockyard Close, ditto. J it~to 190 II18 view. Road --..............03 0 - 10 Wagger-house Close, dittos-...Ditto 10 3 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Neva c went a mile and a quaiher on Cambridge Blill.f Sherwood's Florence, with St. Gatien, galloped at mile on LonghilL. Mr. Manton's Clairvaux, IReir,N Thebais, and Euergy had a similar distance spin c on the Limekilns. Dawson's Laverock, Armdda, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occur- .rences in Limerick. DEATH OF ADMIRA-L CRALONER. LONDON, MONDAY.-Ad-miral Chaloner, C.B., i'died to-day, at the age -of seventy, at Longhill, lGinsborough, Yorkshire. The gallant admiral, -who retired from the navy.'twenty years ago, had I Isince devoted himself to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Caledonian R~ailwvay f-rom Glasgow to the south at about on~e o'clock yesterday dashed into a nsumber of cattle at Longhill level crossing-a short distance below Lockarbie. Three of the cattle were killed. Thu train proceeded south, but. the pessenge~rs Subscribers-only content

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