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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Westwood Park

    The nucleus of the present mansion was erected early in the reign of Queen Elizabeth by Sir John Pakington (the Lusty Pakington), and seems to have been merely intended as a hunting-box. That this was, however, a building of considerable

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    the town appear more prominent, the one topped by the so-called abbey dovecot and the other to the west behind Lusty . South of those two hills lies a plateau largely in Pitcombe parish, beyond which is the western part

    The parish of Bolton-le-Moors INDEX MAP to the PARISH of BOLTON

    , and the Orrells of Turton, the local landowners of t he mediaeval period were either non-resident or obscure. ' Lusty lads, liver and light,' from Bolton-le-Moors are in an old ballad said to have fought at Flodden under Sir

    Index A-J

    tithing, Eastrip , q.v . fairs, fms., fields, friendly soc., Gilcombe, glebe, Holywaters, hosp., hund., and n incl., ind., inns, Lusty (Lysty), man., mkt., ho., mkt. place, mills, ministers, see Burden; Langhorne, John; Mason, Emmanuel; Parker, Wm. minster, mint, nonconf.,

    Index K-Z

    of Saul , fam., Luke the chamberlain, Lumbars, see Newnham Lumley, John, Lord Lumley , Ric., Earl of Scarborough , Lusty , Saul , Luther, Martin , Lydney , Allaston , n , n ; Nass, Lydney hundred, Lydney Rural

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at his low grassy board, With flawns, curds, clouted cream, and country dainties stor'd; AAnd whilst the beg-pipe plays, eadn Lusty jocund swain Quaffs sillabubs in cans, to all upon the plain, And to their country girls, whose ntosegays they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    actresses who have tigisred at l'Opera.Commque On Sunday week, Mr. John Boltou, surgeon, Goreek-street, Sols.-sqnare. At Lisbon, on the 7TIIultl., Lusty Mlaria J. Mlacdoanell, widow of Liesu'.- Geseral Alex. Macdossnell, of Locligarry. , : On Thlsrday esight, *l'iss Heath, governess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ToaaORRow-The MERCHANT of VENICE. POPPING the QUESTION. And The BRIGAND. TUESDAY-A tavonrite Opera. Popping the Question. And Perfection; or the Lusty of Munuter. WEDNEsDAv-There will be no performance. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. Tovonaow-The MERCHANT of VENICE. TEDDY the TILER. And Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hycke-Scorner: Braulers, 1yers, getters, and chyders, Walkers by night, and great murderers, Overthwarte gyle, andjoly carders." In the morality of Lusty Juventus, written by R. Wever, in the reign of Edward VI, Hypocryse says to Juventus, whom he invites to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that which philosopher after philo- sopher forbids a thoughtful man to cherish. You would be proud to have Unhealthy Homes. Lusty carcases, they are for coarse folk and for the heathen; civilisation forbids us to promote animal development. How can Subscribers-only content

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