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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester St Mary's College

    Southgate Street . A gate was cut in Meads ' Wall, and Meads became a long, irregular quadrangle of grass bounded by the river and the road, taking in successively Lavender Meads , New Field , and Dogger's Close. A

    Cowley School

    , 74 and about 1836 a church school was started in a building (in 1959 a private house called the Meads ) to the east of the church. 75 This took over Brown's charity, together with a legacy of £500

    Colleges St Elizabeth , Winchester

    stripping the lead from the church, and using the stones for building the wall which bounds the south side of Meads . 2 The rather clumsy fifteenth century oval seal (see illustration) represents St. Elizabeth of Hungary standing in a

    Little Stanmore Church

    Stile , paid 5 s . a year. 19 A church hall had been built in Whitchurch Lane , between Meads and Montgomery roads, by 1911 . After fires in 1966 and 1970 , a new one was opened in

    Bladon Manors and other estates

    Merton bought from John Meads of New Woodstock an interest in a further 2 yardlands, the freehold of which was conveyed to the college by William Sellar in 1657 . 78 Meads 's grandfather, John Meads , had bought the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Wives, as long as it shall please God to keep us from the Plague. These Pesthouses are built near the Meads , as remote from People. Stretton Grounds, a good, handsome, long, well built, and inhabited Street, which runneth up

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    List Of NoW ANT) IMPROVED EDITIONS of valsable and standard WUORKS is respeetfully submitted to the consideration of Teachers and Meads of Families. The abilities of the different Editors are too well known to require commenidatiDn. IJUlNTERS RIUDDIMAN'S RUDIMENTS. 12mo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diaper. J- Bateman, Cirenceoter, Gloucestersh're, blacksmith. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. R. Walker, Abertelery, near Pontypool, blanmouthshire, iron. m, taster. H. and 3- Meads, Woodbridge, Nottitghamshire, hosiers. H. Young, Wandsworth, Surrey, builder. 13 BANKR1UPTS. J.Wheeler, Princes street, Hanover square, tailor. (Cook and Sanders, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i f CLERGYMAN. residintr in one of tile moqt healthy parts of Leicestershire. is desirous of rewiving T'wor Gen- tlemea logdohs holudo to prepare for Oxford or C'ambridge, and to rhoa0 -he wasdd devote the whole of his time. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be had at the Qrunea'us Warehlouse, Custom hoePa, Thnmes street, psce One Scilling eacth. ASTERN COUERNTIES RAILWAY.-The attention of the Meads bnd Conductors of Clubs, Public pubntlisd Iat, rlloesat Geuee of 'rthis Railwy. the Company is prepared to arrange for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tory notices are excluded. Copies are sent free by post to a11 Secretaries, Members of Book Clubs, and Reading Societies, Meads of Colleges and Schools, and private Persons, who forward their address to Messrs Longman and Co. for this tjurpose. Subscribers-only content


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