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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Nuneham Courtenay Sketch map of Nuneham Courtenay in 1707

    26 There are a number of scattered farms: Lower Farm just south of the Sandford boundary and on the river; Nineveh , east of the London road ; and Upper Farm, a little to the north-west of the village. 27

    Bethnal Green The Green: Bethnal Green Village BETHNAL GREEN Bethnal Green village: principal estates

    adjoining tenement, courtyards, gardens, and 1 a. of pasture containing fruit trees and 32 elms. 3 Called the City of Nineveh in 1713 , when William Coleman owned it, 4 it may have been the winged house depicted in 1703

    Public Education Schools

    ALL SAINTS ' DISTRICT UNDENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL. See Brookfields Cty. Primary Sch. ALL SAINTS ' NINEVEH INFANTS' SCHOOL, Park Road, Hockley .( 37 ) Opened 1830 as Nineveh Infants' Sch.( 35 ) apparently under inspiration of Birm. Inf. Sch. Soc. and


    govt., see Arundel : boro.; corp.; man.; par. govt. man., mkt. gardening, mkts., mayors, milit. events, mills, museums, newspapers, Nineveh , Nineveh shipyard, nonconf., protestant, Congregationalists, Independents, Presbyterians, Quakers, Panets pond, par. govt., Park bottom, and see Arundel , great

    List of maps and plans Corsley parish, 1783

    as prosperous inhabitants of Corsley in the earlier 18th century. William Barton held a large copyhold called Lamb 's or Nineveh in 1736 , 51 and by 1743 held the tithes of the Prebend of Luxfield. 52 He was succeeded

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & the last of the: Wars of Religion ;' Usher Robeits, 'From Peasant to Prine;' Frederick Carr, 'The Story of Nineveh;' Wililjat Morr a, 'C ollege Life at Oxford.' Dechreoir y term wegaf Mai 6ed. Ymblith y rhai llwyddianne yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8vo, 285 Cd. 3S. TRAVELS in MESOPOTAMIA, inclIding a JOurney to the Ur of 1he Chaldees, and the ils ioisf Nineveh, and Bablon. By J. S. Bllctingham, Esq. Author of " Travels in Palestine, amnd the Countries East of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Diarbekr, accom- panied only by a guide, and subsequently regaining the caravan, accompanied it to Mousul; visited the ruins of Nineveh, and accom- panied certain Turkish messengers to Bagdad; whence he visited the ruins of Babylon, Seleucia, Ctesephon, and Arbela. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resident at the Cape. - 2,vels.8vo.- 2. TRAVELS in MIESOPOTAMIIA to the UR- of the CHALDEES, end the Ronins of Nineveh sand Biabylon. By I. S. Euckingham, Esq. 2 rolb. eta. 3. PERSONAL NARRLATIVE ot IRAVELS ho BABYL~ONIA, ASSYRIA, MEDIA, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Traveller, Yotdor fepat and Clarke, York streot, CgyeZAt psrde% THE FALL OF NINEVEH. M R M A R T I N IS Rainlting of the FALL of NINEVEH, will be OPEN to the Public on MON'DAY, May the 12th, at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    British History Online

    application of it. Humble addresses of a penitent People to a Mercifull God have prevailed with Him. They prevailed for Nineveh, when the sentence seemed to be gon out against her, and may also prevaile for England. Repentance for personal

    Debates in 1673, February (4th-10th), 04 February 1673-10 February 1673

    could not keep all quiet. The more supreme power resembles divine, the better it is. God uses menaces as to Nineveh , but does not always destroy The Petition of Right shall never be altered Must the King beat his

    General Index, N, O, 01 April 1660-30 November 1680

    Nightingale , Jeffry, and others, merchants of London, petition of, for redress of grievances against Royal African Company Nineveh. See Chaldeans of Nineveh. Noble , Richard, master of Good Hope victualler, certificate by Noell , Thomas, Stephen Estwicke and William Subscribers-only content

    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 25 January 1657-8, 25 January 1658-25 January 1658

    of whom, for aught I know, it may be said, this city is as full as it is said of Nineveh; he that considereth not these, and the fruit that is like to co me out of the bodies of

    Index, N-O, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    Nicholls , Captain Richard, 200. Nicolls , R ichard, Governor of New York, 371, 568, 606, 796. Nimeguen , 122. Nineveh , 326. Ninicraft , an Indian Sachem, p. 253. Nipnet (Nipmuck) country, the, 745 i., p. 372. Noble ,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 18th June 1853

    at the moment when thunder was heard, everyone following into most picturesque groups, & at the end, the Destruction of Nineveh , - are unequalled scenes. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PERCEVAL, Spencer (1795-1859), of Elm Grove, Ealing, Mdx.

    Hobhouse* that he "believed such a supplication might bring down a special interposition of Providence in our favour, just as Nineveh was saved of old". Hobhouse, conscious of "how much we English are indebted to fanaticism for our liberties ...


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