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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Somerset County Committee

    44 Brambles ( Rubi ) " " 49 Vascular Cryptogams " " 49 Mosses ( Musci ) By the Rev. C. H. Binstead , M.A. 51 Scale Mosses ( Hepaticae ) By E. M. Holmes , F.L.S. 53 Freshwater Algae

    Parishes Capel

    hill, even now visible for many miles from the southward. The place was called Constable's Mosses ; Constable resided at a farm still called Mosses . The road running under or across this landslip from Coldharbour to Leith Hill -since

    Townships Skelmersdale

    Sub s. Lancs . bdle. 250, n . 9. Engl. Cath. Non-jurors , 94, 148. For some particulars of the Mosses of Further House see Payne, Engl. Cath. Rec . 148. Aspinwall's tenement had been 'given to superstitious uses to

    Townships Birkdale

    and the sea was the common called 'the Hawes ,' where the starr hills were. To the east were the Mosses , divided from the Heys by a brook. Duchy of Lanc. Depos. 1701, n . 3. These and other

    Townships Astley

    and Gardines as ther is in any Place of Lancastreshire. He brenith al Turfes and Petes for the Commodite of Mosses and Mores at hand. For Chateley Mosse that with breking up of Abundance of Water yn hit did much

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 ROYAL SOCIETY. The Repository.

    ROYAL SOCIETY. The Repository. The Treasurer receives and disburses all Moneys. The Secretary reads all Letters and Informations, Replies to all Addresses, or Letters from Foreign Parts, or from others; to take notice of the Orders, and material Passages

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr eglwys yn ddihysbydd - " Y mae yr Ysbryd yn ngweddill ganddo." Gallwn ddisgwyl y nyfodir Josua yn Ule Mosses, ac yr eneinir Eliseus yn lie Elias, nes y !t byddyr Anfeidrol wedi gorphen eiwaith yn y byd-" Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, Church-street, eto. Collection of INative Ferns; laf, Thomas Thomas, Tainewyddion, Llanfachreth; ail, Griffith Williams, Guide General, Dolgellau. Collection of Mosses: laf, Griffith Williams, Dolgell- au; ail, Thomas Thomas, Llanfaclreth. FFRWYTHAU. 6 Dessert Pears ; laf, James James, Frongaled, Dol- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitelaw kiaslle, M.D. M.R.AS. Iate of the Medical Staff of Southern lodia. 2 voas. i8ve. MUSCOLOGIA BRITANNICA; contai ning the Mosses of Greao Britain and Irhlaund,syostematically arranged and described; with plates illstuotiyve of hse Characterof the Genera and Species. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ibMro Mr Phillips, Bookseller, George yadLmar rdsr ; Hr LmbirdMirror Office, 143 Strand; Mc. S. Pecock, Windsor Castle Tavern, otamebyssthe Mosses lHickson and Co. Foreign Warehousslaes, TI Welbeck street, andblth All Letters addressed to R-, Jones,The etisolyrdwllO p0001udily attended to. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Brandard, C. Armstrong, IH. Robinson, W. Miller, W. H. Lizars, W. Radelyffe, and E. Goodall,-from designs by Messrs Northeote, Mosses, Havell, J. F. Lewis, F. P. Stephanofl, S. Williamson, H. Howard, S. Austin, J. Cristall, H. Bone, and Jan Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1821, 16 March 1821

    " pronounced in several Actions of Declarator " depending before them, regarding an extensive Range " of Muir Hills and Mosses in the County of Kincardine : " That immediately on the said Petition of Appeal being " received by Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1823, 25 April 1823

    late " Majesty King George the Third, for dividing, allotting, " inclosing and appropriating the Commons, Waste 'f Grounds and Mosses within the Manor or Township " of Egton with Newland, in the Parish of Ulverston, in " the County Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1823, 28 April 1823

    His late Majesty King George the Third, for " dividing, allotting, inclosing and appropriating the " Commons, Waste Grounds and Mosses within the " Manor or Township of Egton with Ncwland, in the '* Parish of Ulverston, in the County Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1823, 1 May 1823

    His late Majesty King George the Third, for " dividing, allotting, inclosing and appropriating the " Commons, Waste Grounds and Mosses within the " Manor or Township of Egton with Newland, in the " Parish of Ulverston, in the County Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1823, 2 May 1823

    of His late Majesty King George the Third, for Jjjjl°sure dividing, allotting, inclosing and appropriating the Commons, Waste Grounds and Mosses within the Manor or Township of Egton with Nexdand, in the Parish of Ulversion, in the County Palatine of Subscribers-only content

 

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