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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bradford Hundred The Hundred of Bradford c. 1831 Bradford Hundred

    ), 21-2, 163, 171. T.S.A.S . lxiii. 1-10; V.C.H. Salop . i. 46. Proc. Meres and Mires Conf . 33; C. A. Sinker, 'N. Salop . Meres and Mosses : a Background for Ecologists', Field Studies , i (4), 101-38,

    Parishes Langley Marsh

    MARISH Massiche (xiv cent.); Meres (xvi cent.); Marrishe, Marsh (xvii cent.). Langley Marish or Marreys alias Langley Muntfichet derives its present distinctive name from Christine de Marisco, who held it on lease from the Crown from 1282 to 1311 .

    Parishes Sheldon

    sold his rights in the manor to Sir Roger de Meres , 41 who appears to have been succeeded by his son John in 1375 . 42 In 1385 John Meres , senior, sold his rights in the manor of

    Warminster Manors

    DELAMERE or BISHOPSTROW 81 took its suffix from a family which was seated at Nunney Castle (Som.). The de la Meres may have acquired the land c . 1200 by the marriage of Nicholas de la Mere with Grace de

    The parish of Claughton

    of Asulf, Adam son of Hugh and Anabil his wife. The following are among the place-names: Sletholme Beck, Langland Beck, Meres Beck and Bacstan Beck; Fele Bridge and Grete Bridge ; Wetholme, Benstock Rigg and Levenath Ridding. John son of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as well as to tbe Sheriffi :-ta e asserbly tlkern quietl+y dispersed. . --~ FOREIGN INTEL IGENCE. . FRANCE. PAIS, Meres S.-On Tnesday, at noon, nn assemblage ofp.. uards.of 400 stodents, a portion of whom were provided with "anes, tpok Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the poet traverses Scotland- This Land of Rainbows, spanning glrns whos wdllk, Rock-built, are hung with raibowmrolouned miStS, Of fat-stretched Meres, whose salt flood never rests, Of tuneful. caves and playful waterfalls, Of molltaims varying momently their crests- Proud be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    think the authority of the celebrated passage in the Wit's Treasury of Francis Meres, in itself the largest contribution we have to Shakspeare's history, at least respectable. Meres does not class Andronicus with the-known doubtful plays. He names it emphatically, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Held to be mentioned by Meres as " Love's La- bour 's Won" . . . 1598 Two Gentlensen of Verona Mentioned by Meres . 1598 Comedy of Errors . . . Mentioned by Meres . 159S King John . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; and his Romeo and Juliet. These plays are mentioned by Francis 'Meres in a treatise styled 'Wit's Treasury,' published in 1598; and on the strength of them Meres says that, " as Plautus and Seneca are accounted the best Subscribers-only content

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