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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Exeter College EXETER COLLEFE

    effect of these additions was the old library. On top of the 14th-century building there was a two-storied wooden ' Nest ' erected by the enterprise of the head butler of the college, Thomas Bentley , at the end of

    Linley LINLEY 1901

    Astley Abbots parish, where they built a forge and ironworks called Wrens Nest forge. 98 In 1808 the sites along the lower Linley brook were collectively called Wrens Nest forges. 99 Two large ponds on the brook were associated with

    Parishes Barkham

    place and field-names found in Barkham are the following: Inhams , French Close , Graffage Ground, Jeremy Corner , Rooks Nest and Dotkins 7 ( 1595 ). The Kingsmill family appears frequently in records of Barkham . John Kingsmill (de

    Parishes Emberton

    a rent of 8 d . from 2 acres of land was paid for 'keeping of a drinking at Swannes Nest on Rogacion Tuesday.' 170 Charities The parochial charities have, by a scheme of the Charity Commissioners of 17 January

    Rugeley Churches, schools and charities

    Sunday mass in 1955 -6 was 448. 132 The Sisters of the Christian Retreat opened St. Anthony's Convent at Heron's Nest , Heron Street , in 1901 , but to accommodate members of the order who had been expelled from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y barth." v "Chwareu ben gi a chenau." 7 "Cydles i bawb galw'r ychen." a "Nid tebyg neb i Nest." y "Tynu bach trwy goed." C "Tyst yw'r chwedl i'r englyn." MierY. c - - ~~~~~~~~~~~~Ii PLYGAIN. Y Syr,-Pyigain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANDERSON, MANUFACTURER CF OPTICIANUY AND PUZZLE POCKET KNIVES No. 2, Top of Jericho-st., SHEFFIELD. ecloep3 Argraffedig (dros y Norts and So~tk.iWes Nest paper Company, Limited,) gar D. H. JONS, C e Swyddfa Agraffu yn Parliacnelt StreeD oIgelax ltachwedd 28, 1874. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8vo. 6 AGRAFFIAD NTEWYDD-O WITE THOMAS EDWARDS tI.(TWMt O'R; NANT). Yn cynwys Casgliad o waith hen _ far44i poblogaidd y Nest; Hanes ei Pywyd; Chwedla u oddiar_ L~aS a Gwlad am dano, vn~ghyda syiwadan ar darddiaad a disgrif- . iad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;Y - . . Norfolk^.,Sreet. ,>,Lipooi,; Aiw sylw AMAETHWYR CYMRU at y Linseed 1Cake, inteed ,1 e C:R adkes.'f5 Palm Nest Mjeal. ;sydd yn bresenotyif neae en gwnleuthur yh y .Phoenix Rhmeldir.oo Scriyydd fei hollgynyo i i6fn fy FriA leon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she is so capable of lmpartiug -Pros. upectses and testimonials on application.-The year is i'dvided intb e' . qual terms. Nest term coinnences Anjust 8th 1876 : sY CYlLOHORAWN AM 1877 PRIS 4°.P . AOSddild AiU1ol at sras8n hA y( Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 10 Laudable Customs of LONDON.

    Merchant or other Freeman so inconsiderate, and unregardful of his own good Estate, and so ready to defile his own Nest , as once to attempt or practise the Violation or Breach of so good a Custom? What is he,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 April 1747, 6 April 1747

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 97 Nest, feveral Letters from the faid Mrs. Morris, tending to prove the Crimes mentioned in the Allega¬ tions of the Bill, having been delivered in, were read. And Richard Beale was produced, fworn, Subscribers-only content

    28 September 1831, 28 September 1831

    1016 28° Septembris. " Pr. 17. L. 7- Leave out (" Pasture ") and insert •' (" Common ") » L. S. After ("any") insert ("Wastes or") " and in the same Line leave out from (" Commons") to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Lismanny - Teriiane Killiveny - Ballinamodaah Kiel more - - Riighan - - Ganaveen - Finagh - - - Crow's Nest Glinane • Garry duffe - Lissard - Coolcarty - Kankelly Killeiagh Kilaltenagh Caltragh - - Garryduffe Callows Ohilcarroll - Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    ----- One-eighth part of an ounce ----- One-sixteenth part of ounce -__--_, > made in 1588. - ^madein 1588. Troy, Nest |One of 256 ounces Weights. J One of 128 ounces One of 64 ounces One of 32 ounces One Subscribers-only content

    Second Report from the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the State of the Public Records of the Kingdom., 4 July 1800

    another of 44 Geo. II, &c. - - - - Standard Weights, Avoirdupois, Bell Fashion - Troy, both Flat and Nest Counterpart of Indentures of Weights and Mea- sures sized by the Standards - Oath of the Justices of the Subscribers-only content

 

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