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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Merston Merston Church

    flat floor joists. The joists are exposed in the back room but the front (east) room has a plastered ceiling. Midway in the upper story is another arched roof-truss. The wide fire-place has a cambered oak bressummer. The roofs of

    Parishes Wishaw

    thicker and probably earlier; outside it is of old red sandstone rubble and the plinth has a projecting chamfered course. Midway in the north wall is a late-15th-century window of two trefoiled four-centred lights under a four-centred main head and

    Chichester cathedral The eastern arm

    and third bays; this extends along the whole wall and around the buttresses, and marks the base of the triforium. Midway between the two are the remains of another early string-course marking the level of the abaci of the original

    Cocking Cocking Parish Church

    window resembling, and coeval with, the eastern on the south, and a modern vestry door with a plain pointed arch. Midway in each wall are the remains of the inner jambs and rear-arches of the original 12th-century roundheaded windows; below

    Parishes Little Staughton

    of Little Staughton . 45 The further descent of this land is the same as that of the manor (q.v.). Midway through the 13th century Thomas son of Jordan held land in Little Staughton , 46 which he held as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1E -DS #INE ARTS. SOCIETY OF BsuTlgSiiAntsrsT.-The Second Exhibitiormof this Society will open to-morrow with an improved mass of tatent-a surprising inaso, considering the larger quantity annuallydisplayed in the RoyalAckdimy, BritishInstitution- and Water Coloir Society. On entering-the Gallery on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the right, not far from the monu- ment of Marshal Massens, and bordering upon that of the Despaux family. Midway up the steep leading so it the hearse stopped; twelve young men then carried the cottin to the borders Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheshire,joiners-Rudsto, Preston, and Dixon, and H. Pres. ton and Co. Kingstsn.upots-Hlull, woollen drapers-R. Tunni- cliff, J. Croxall, arid J. Holt, Midway, Derbyshire, pot manu- facturers; as far as reTards J. Holt-G. W. Veas-y and W. Pate, Whiting's wharf, Ratcliff, coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    timber dealers -S. Payne and S. Maithy, Neotangham, attorneys-T. and R. Mann, P6lteady, Warwicishire, farmers -R. Tannicliff and J. Croxall, Midway, Derbyshire, earthen- *are manufactuters-T. and J. Honychuech, Mosey Tracey, Devonshire, potters-S. and S. Taytor, Tisbidge Wells, botchers-H. Jamieson and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the various corps of the general force, military and naval, occupied the space between the lines just mentioned, and nearly midway between the chapel and the military school. Every corps of the French army had its representatives there-those of Italy Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 May 1757, 18 May 1757

    and Improvement of the"ICS> B-'i- V Spawn and Fry of Fifh in the River of 'Thames and •* Waters of Midway, and for the better regularing the " Fifliery thereof," was committed: " That they had " coniidered the faid Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1811, 15 June 1811

    in Great Britain." " An Aft for the better " Security of His Majefty's Naval Arfeiials in the River " Midway, and Port/mouth and Hanwaze Harbours, and " of His Majefty's Ships and Velfels lying at and re- " forting Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1828, 25 March 1828

    lie on the Table. Chapel, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters Lower Road, assembling for Religious Worship in Midway Place Deptford: chapel, Lower Road, Deptford, whose Names are there¬ unto subscribed : Ordered, That the said Bill be Subscribers-only content

    Front Page, 10 June 1788

    and Ammunition immeafurable. Major M-/« fend the Regiment of Cavalry, and One Regiment of Craa/ora' is at Dz'/aaaagzzr, about the Midway between Native Infantry from his Brigade, immediately to Zac£- this and Za#ar ; there he will remain till Major Subscribers-only content

    Report From The Committee Appointed To enquire into the best Mode of providing sufficient Accommodation for the increased Trade and Shipping of the Port of London; &c. &c. &c., 13 May 1796

    the Shore to within 125 Feet of the Centre of the Stre«un, thus leav- ing 2 50 Feet in the Midway for Navigation. He propoles Har- bour Mafters to be appointed, who fhculd fjperintend and direct the ftationing Veffels at Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORGAN, Sir Edmund (d. by 3 Feb. 1655), of Penhow, Mon.

    Earl’s uncle.[footnote]Morgan occupies a niche in the history of this Parliament by reason of his part in a privilege case. Midway in the session he and Goddard Pemberton, one of the citizens for Peterborough, were each served with a subpoena

 

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