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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Poor relief and apprenticeship

    for a few years after 1834 for the whole of Wisbech Union, which included the Rural Districts of Wisbech and Marshland ( Norfolk ) as well as the borough. In the early 1840's the present Public Assistance Institution (now Clarkson

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Flitcham

    house was in debt for barley to WIIIiam Fuller, of Castle Acre , and for sheep to Master Fyncham, of Marshland , and that the common seal of the priory was in the exclusive keeping of the prior. As a

    Maps of the Fenland

    1699. It shows the Marshland and circumambient rivers on a small scale. 76. 1590 Wisbech Museum . Descriptio illius partis comitate Norfolc-occidentale-Ripa owse patria tota de Marshlade continens, etc . [A large coloured MS. map of Marshland and the surrounding

    Wisbech Manors

    350 persons, in Wisbech manor. It must be remembered, however, that Wisbech , which is the only one of the Marshland vills of the Isle to be mentioned in Domesday, probably comprised the whole area from Tydd Gote down to

    The sixteenth century Political affairs before 1542

    some 5 miles south-west of the town, and soon Holderness and the country areas as far west as Howdenshire and Marshland in the West Riding were also in revolt. The spread of the rebellion, shortly afterwards known to its supporters

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of men pau- pers'upon time parish of Snettishaism (Norfolk) receiving various sums ac- cording to their families, were sent into Marshland beyond Lynn to work in the dykes, at which work they could have earned 14s. per week; they returned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    central England. The first reclamation of is soil here was by the Romans, whose causeways are still I, traceable in Marshland and elsewhere. Then there were F small reclamations by the religious recluses settled upon pi solitary reed-grown islands rising Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Police-constable Fletcher, saying that he threw the poker at the deceased, but he did not intend to kill him. 4.-Another Marshland sluice is destroyed in Norfolk, by the bursting of the Smeeth and Fen drain, an important arterial drain running Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parcel, no panels had been driven in since Saturday afternoon. Un- less the greatest promptitude is manifested, the next spring tides will not find the barrier complete. The repairs to the Marshland and Marshland Smeeth outfall sluices are progressing favourably. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANOTHER MARSHLAND SLUICE DESTROYED. KI?NO's LYNN, Monday Afternoon --The series of mis- fortunes in the train of the Middle Level catastrophe seems almost endless. At about six o'clock on Saturday evening the outfall sluice of the Marshland Smeeth and Fen Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 April 1818, 16 April 1818

    Acts: whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Owners of Marshland i Lands in the County of Marshland, in the County of Norfolk, and in the Middle and South Level of the Fens called Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1821, 14 May 1821

    may be exempted from any further " Tax, in the same Manner as a Part of the Lands in " Marshland, heretofore taxed under the former Acts, in " respect of the said Eau Brink Cut, and therefore liable " Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1821, 17 May 1821

    further Tax, in the same Manner as a Part « being Members of the House ot Commons ; « of the Lands in Marshland, heretofore taxed under the The said Bill was accordingly read a Second Time. VoL.LIV. 5N Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1824, 14 June 1824

    Line " more nearly approaching Thetford than Norwich ; that " even some Portion of the County near Freebridge, " Marshland, is more distant from Norwich than any Part " of the County is from Thetford; that of the Seven Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    r.a. 480. See JncZoswes, 56. (MarcA.) Market Deeping, Deeping Saint James, &c.:—See JncZoswres, 56. (Jkfar&ez Deeping.) 22. Marshland Smeeth and Marshland Fen, and Marshland Country (Norfolk):—Referred, xlvi. 202. Bill ordered for better draining, &c. ditto, and for dividing, &c. the Subscribers-only content


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