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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Abbots Charities

    1782) left £3 issuing from her estate of Mitchells to be distributed to the poor on Christmas Day and Good Friday, provided that her parents' monument should be well maintained in its then position. Although all the monuments in the

    Smethwick Charities for the poor

    descendant of Henry Mitchell , in the first instance by J. E. Mitchell and subsequently by a descendant chosen by Mitchells & Butlers Ltd. By 1930 six more alms-houses had been built for the charity at the expense of five

    Randwick Manor

    to Anselm Fowler . 73 The moiety held by the Mill family descended with the manor of Harescombe to the Mitchells , 74 who apparently acquired manorial rights over the whole manor. James Mitchell of Harescombe was described as lord

    Parishes Crawley

    the east side of the road, now known as 'The Old Punch Bowl Cafe ', was once a farmhouse called Mitchells : another name seems to have been ' Black Dog Farm'. 4 It dates from the early 15th century

    Parishes Hemingford Grey

    century when the Newmans and later the Mitchells from time to time lived here. The most famous inhabitants, however, were the Gunnings. John Gunning probably had a lease of the house from the Mitchells , and in it were born

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. WRIGHT, Editor of the " Par- liamentary History" &c. With a Map of Canada, copied from the Second Editionof Mitchells M Hapof NorthAmerica," referredtolnthe Debates. London: Ridgwvay, Piccadilly. A PRESENT TO A NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE. Just sublished, dedicated to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aeing let, an early application for toe few remaining Stalls and Tickets is respecetully aoliritedc at the principal Musicsellers, ann Mitchells Royal Librcry, Bond street; Cramer's, Regent street; and at . Seaedict's, Si Queen street, Mayfair. - THEATRE RiYAL, ADELPlI. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inrex rIf Qootations. 3. Mathiat's Shorter Greek Grsmmar. 4. Mathia's Greek Accidence. 5. Buttman's Lexilogus. S. Puteman's Greek Verbs. 7. Mitchells Plays of Aristophanes. S. Msloer's DoriNs. 9 Gracae Grammatica Rudimenta. It. Iuddirenta Greca einorn. 11. Latinae Granmsaticre Rnudimeata. 12 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Regens street; Chapsell and Co. Ollivier and Co. andr F. Leader, Bond street; Wdilis, Cro,venno strere * also, Satoda, Ehers's, Mitchells, and iBailey' Libraries; Keith, Prowst, end Co.', 4S beapsider o THE LAST of the OJIBBEWAYS.-ARTIFtI F d T iL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inciter to murder yet exists professionally out of Ireland. It is only in Ireland that a certain small nuumber of Mitchells and Ryans, Piucks of the press and the pistol, co-exist to keep each other in countenance. It is only Subscribers-only content


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