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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Northmoor Introduction Northmoor in 1843

    were demolished in the later 20th. 26 Other outlying sites were Newbridge mill, recorded from the 13th century, and the Rose Revived public house and its wharf at Newbridge , recorded from the 17th; 27 in the north, some houses

    Parishes Kingston Bagpuize

    army broke down Newbridge in October of that year. 15 Again in 1649 the 'Levellers' with their small force of about 600 men were driven through Berkshire by Fairfax and Cromwell , found Reynolds in command at Newbridge , too

    West Bergholt Introduction West Bergholt c. 1880

    the northern boundary was transferred to Little Horkesley in 1955 . 17 In 1974 the boundary was extended south from Newbridge to incorporate a large tract of land previously in Lexden , between the Colne , St. Botolph's brook, and

    Northmoor Economic history

    same date. 49 Freehold fisheries mentioned later included one from west of Newbridge to south of Moreton , acquired by St. John's College , Oxford , 50 and Newbridge mill carried fishing rights in tributaries of the Windrush . 51

    Northmoor Local government

    paupers' children were apprenticed or put into service. 92 In 1705 the overseers built a house on the waste near Newbridge , 93 and from the mid 18th century paid rent for several houses, including, in the 1760s , the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wydryn a'i bibeil mewn tafarndy yn Borthaethwy. Ar y 25ain cynfisol, darganfyddwyd penglog dynol, yn yr afon Dyfrdwy, ychydig uwchlaw Newbridge. Arweiniodd hyn i ym chwiliad yn y lie, am rai o'r dyddian eablynol, pryd y cafwyd amryw weddillion cyrff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan bawb y a'i hadwaensi. ' I shallII never forget the good example . she set before me when at Newbridge " ydyw tystiolaseth b un am dani. Pan oddentu pymtheg ar hugain oed, yin- t briododd A Mr. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hefyd gon Miss Morgans (Llinoe CYI:or), HarwanD, a Mess Evans (Telorei) Hirwain; Mr. Evans (Alaw Cynon), Hirwan, ;Mr. L. Thomas, Newbridge. Pc eraill. Cafwyd anerchiadau pwrpasol gan y Prn h G. E, Waston, Aberea-n; J. Williams, RIck ; Mri. Thos, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perthynol iddynt, tuag at y gym- deithas. Pod cais Cyfarfod Dosbarth Gelligroes ynghylch cael tir i adeiladu arno yn Pontnewydd (Newbridge) ye eael ei dderby a'i ganiatau. Wrth dderbyneyrmddiswydd. iad- ysgnifeeydd y Cyfarfod Misol, datganwyd gofid y csyfarfod oblegid fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sef 'Pembroke,' ' Bishop Street,' ' Innocence,' ' Ave Maria,' ' Alma,' ' Newfoundland,' ' Beverley,' 'Atonement,' 'Leeds,' 'Engedi,' ' Newbridge,' ' Wynnstay,' a'r anthem, ' Glory to God in the Highest.' Llywyddwyd y cyfarfedydd gan y Pareh. Benjamin Lewis, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 6 The River of THAMES.

    doth take the Denomination in most Opinions. From hence it hasteth unto Creekelade, alias Crekanford, Lechlade, Radcote Bridge, Newbridge , and Evesham , in Worcestershire , receiving (by the way) an infinite sort of small Streams, Brooks , Becks ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 December 1762, 13 December 1762

    The Hind's Head in the Parifh of Kingflon Bagpuze in " the faid County of Berks, to that Part of Newbridge " which ftands in the faid County of Berks; and for " rendering the faid Afts more efFeftual;" to Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1762, 17 December 1762

    Hind's Head in the Parifh of Kingston " Bagpuze in the faid County of Berks, to that Part of ** Newbridge which ftands in the faid County of Berks ; *'* and for rendering the faid Afts more efleftual." Vol. Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1762, 20 December 1762

    Head in the Parifh of King- " Jon Bagpuze in the faid County of Berks, to that Part " of Newbridge which ftands in the faid County of '• Berks; and for rendering the faid Acts more effec¬ tual," was Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1763, 27 January 1763

    The Hind's Head ir the Parifh of " Kingtlon Bagpuze in the faid County of Berks, to that Part of Newbridge which ftands in the faid " County of Berks; and for rendering the faid Afts " more effectual." The Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1763, 24 March 1763

    Kingflon Bagpuze in the faid County of the Clerk Afliftant, in thefe Words; (videlicet,} " Berks, to that Part of Newbridge which funds in the " faid County of Berks; and for rendering the faid Afts effe&ual." ** Le Roy Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1831/1

    Place(s): Ripon (Ripon) : undefined Participant: Isabelle Harrison [Harrison] Role: undefined Details: female; Widow; Relict of Charles Harrison Location: Newbridge(Newbridge) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Tankersley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wortley (Wortley) : undefined Location: Aldborough (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Aldborough (Aldborough) :

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Ireland. No. 11 "Irish nationalism" illustrated by speeches of Parnellite M.P.s and other nationalists., 1886

    ever from the shores of Ireland " (loud cheers).- United Ireland , February 21st, 1885 . Mr. Deasy, M.P., at Newbridge , near Ballinasloe, on February 13th, 1885 :- " They could not regret any difficulty in which England might Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    National League Branches. [C 83 Newbridge Branch.- Mrs. Stephen Mooney , on behalf of her husband, complained of Mr. James Loughlin , for whom her husband formerly acted as herd, and who has lately evicted them from his house at Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    , A 30, C 13, 16. Mullahoran, Mil. Mullinavat, A 6. Murrough, C 29, 36, G 3. Narraghmore, A 25. Newbridge , C 33 ; D 3 2. Newmarket , A 3 1. New Ross , H 17, 25 ' Subscribers-only content

    How the Crimes Act is administered., 1883

    ARREST OF MR . M. HARRIS , T.C., AT NEWBRIDGE, COUNTY GALWAY. A meeting in furtherance of the National League programme was held on the 1st of November , at Newbridge , county Galway . While Mr. Matthew Harris , Subscribers-only content

    How the Crimes Act is administered., 1883

    for maliciously setting fire to the dwelling-house of Edward O ' Connor, at Great Connell , some two miles from Newbridge , co. Kildare , on July 6th . The farm had an emergency committee post upon it. The person Subscribers-only content

 

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