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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Haresfield Economic history

    which were entirely or almost entirely pasture, and Mount farm (135 a.), the farm at Lower Green (173 a.), and Malthouse farm (136 a.), which each had 30-50 a. arable. 45 In 1856 there were 16 farms in the parish.

    Parishes Manningford Abbots

    was known as Malthouse farm. 55 By 1874 A. Wilson owned it. 56 It was afterwards owned by Aubrey W. F. Wilson and on his death at an unknown date passed to his trustees. 57 In 1971 Malthouse farm was

    Kencot Economic history 51. Kencot parish c. 1885 52. Manor Farm from the north-east

    were also established: the Hewit ts at Asthall farm ( c . 100 a.) by 1924 , the Foreshews at Malthouse farm, and William Taylor at Hillview farm, the last two just under 100 a. each. 58 In 1941 the

    Ashington Ashington c. 1875

    by successive alignments of the Steyning-Washington road . 33 The Horsham-Washington road south of Ashington village originally passed west of Malthouse Farm; the bypass road east of it was made between 1795 and 1813 . 34 Between 1802 and 1878

    Ashington Economic history

    village had cattle in 1983 , and Whitelands farm 140 cattle and 120 breeding ewes. 35 Two closes south-west of Malthouse Farm were market-garden land in 1875 . 36 The site later belonged to Ashington Nurseries Ltd., described in the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    They brew their own Drink, having in the New Building Erected a large and convenient Brewhouse, and over that a Malthouse . They kill their own Beef and Mutton; and have for that Purpose a Slaughter House; but since they

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atoms, and the bodies of Finch and Woriman were found quite lifeless, and Malthouse, Colvin, and Thomas not far from the same spot, also apparently dead. Malthouse died of his injuries on Sunday. The em- ployment of the deceased men Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARCUS STONE. CONTENTS: FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD. (With an Illustration.) VI.- The Fair: the Journey: tieFire. VIl.-Recognition: aTimridGirl. VIII.-The Malthouse: the Chat: News. THE FRENCH PRESS. Third Period.-The Reign of Louis XVI. MISSIVES IN MASQUERADE. MRS GASKELL AND HER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a double-fronted. Shoji, Nrill fixioge. Suit dIprgocrI T or Haberdasher. Siuantedl. Chsurah Street. Dar=laston. Retn ESC.-Uharles Wilkes, Maltster, Wood's Bookl Malthouse, Darlas- tc.s.. c1442 4 j0 Let 302. Gransville Street, A. large Ho1use sAnti Costlyard., andl d I T lar.-equantity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0TGIDTURNER8,-Warited, a flirst-c1lose Cabinet Woodturner.- V . Apply, Maroio and Nortorn, Cannon Street Entrancre. oHIO 'qOUTH Worsted, to Assist in Malthouse, and to Attend to Hm .1 -Apply, J1. Derum, Phillips Street, Anton. 0102 liTO0UTTI, 1-7 o-r 108, Wanted, witls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,-All that wail-known and commodious HOUSE, known us e Tics Oronor HOTEL," with Bowling Green, Billiard Boom, as Stables, Coaoh-houiue, Malthouse, end other Out-elfices, Yard. Garden, arid Fieldeof sound Old TURF LAND, containing together !n About 3A. liR, 14w., now Subscribers-only content


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