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  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Donyland Economic history

    demesne, including Donyland wood (120 a.) and Middlewick wood (109 a.). In 1733 there were only 164 a. in the parish; Donyland wood was unchanged, but only c . 27 a. remained of Middlewick wood. There were c . 98


    the government bought Middlewick farm, 167 a. in St. Giles's parish south of the barracks, as a rifle range and drill ground; 20 a. in the parishes of East Donyland and St. Giles were added to the Middlewick range in

    Outlying parts of the Liberty Introduction

    1301 : Battleswick in the south-east of the liberty, St. Botolph's wick (Canonswick), St. John 's wick (Monkwick or possibly Middlewick ), another unidentified wick in Donyland, and Arnoldswick in Lexden . By that date all were mixed farms. 6

    Outlying parts of the Liberty West Donyland West Donyland c . 1846

    the abbey his estate in Donyland, later known as Middlewick , a grant confirmed by his tenant Walter Haneng. 55 St. John 's abbey retained West Donyland, including Monkwick and Middlewick , until the Dissolution. In 1547 it, with the

    Modern Colchester Social history

    school and church where they sang in the garrison choir, and the whole family went for a walk, usually at Middlewick . 15 Young people might join organizations like the Scouts, usually associated with churches, or the King George V

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great extent in the choice of ,l]aricter and situation. The centre from which most of the fun radiates is Mr. Middlewick, a retired butterman, the architect of his own fortune, overflowing with good nature, Iutina with high animal spirits, but, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is dis- posed to enjoy it, bears a superficial resemblance to Middlewick in Our Boys; but the resemblance is only superficial, and our fear just at the beginning that Middlewick is to be repro- duced, is speedily dispelled by Tuttle's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you have. They should have had more of me' Why couldn't you have made as much of me as of Middlewick, or Tottles, or Fitzaltamont? I am quite as good, but I'm thrown away among those heavies. The critics spoiled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lima, 3 vrs Lady Adelaide, 6 yrs Trump Ac, 4 yrs F by Manden-Mien Ilamblrdon, 3 yr3 Sardlca, 3 yre Middlewick, 3 yrs Tule lipense'S FeAa RACE PLATE Of SO soya; four-year-0lds listobib, five l2st llb, eta and aged l2st Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by that lady. Josiao Curryroe b, a retired oil and colour merchant (a part constructed on the lines of Perkyn Middlewick), was admirably played by IiMr. John Heywooae. who m fused into the part a decree of liveliness and genuine Subscribers-only content


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