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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying townships Beverley Parks BEVERLEY PARKS c . 1980

    separate and those places are therefore treated together. For convenience Beverley Parks is described separately from Woodmansey . BEVERLEY PARKS The district known in modern times as Beverley Parks lay south of the borough and extended from Thearne and Woodmansey

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 City government, 1835-1914

    . v (2), Open Spaces and Parks : Pub lic Parks . Ibid. Public Utilities: Electricity; cf. Business Hist . xix. 156. V.C.H. Ches . v (2), Open Spaces and Parks : Public Parks . Ibid. Chester Races . Ibid.

    Eynsham Site and remains of the abbey

    have been kept in hand by the abbey for much of the Middle Ages, and was later known as the Parks . 14 The walled precinct was presumably much smaller and the chief monastic buildings evidently stood in an area

    Lady Margaret Hall

    expansion, until now Lady Margaret Hall with its buildings, gardens, and playingfields covers rather more than 11 acres between the Parks and the river Cherwell. The white house proved inadequate almost at once. The first two extensions, in 1881 and

    Enmore Enmore 1826

    5 ha. (13 a.) of woodland were recorded in 1982 . 63 A warren was mentioned in 1656 . 64 Parks were laid out around the houses at both Barford and Enmore . Barford park, probably created when the house

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hytrach na mayiied i looedd dieithr, y macnt y debyg o golli y llwybr eail tna Greenwrich nen y Richmnond Parks, &c. Y mae y Cymry yn Llnndain yn estroniaid mewn gwlad ostronol, yn gymaint felly ag yw lyr Ellmynwyr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar yr nn tir gellir dwe'd hyny am Y milondd hyny eydd vu mynychu Museums, a'r Pictuare allerieg, a'r Public Parks. Dywedi y -hai byn en bod yn gydwybodol yn barnu nad oes drm niwed ynddy rt. E Irycba eralli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1I"ersonol a Zleol. 2 Mae gweinidog eglwys Llanrhaiadr, Dyflfyn rr Clwyd, sef y Parch. David Jones, wedi derbyn ' galwad unfrydol oddiwrth eglwysi Rhuddlan a'r Cwm i fyned yno i' w gwasanaethu. Mae y r. cysylltiad sydd wedi bod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22.1i;l. 4d. 4d.! In their last Report, the ('01l- Inissioners have-recoromended that all Estimates of Build- ingS ill the ova1l Parks, should in futuroe he made bv the Board of Worlks, under the direction of the Lords of ti e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for insertion do not fall w'ithi the Oplin of'oiri Pi;ier. We have uinfortinately milhaid' iliu Communication respecting sh PaS.s(Ige IUONO) Parks wich' w' 6hc14 be happytO ins~ert. - On the CoiN BRLJ, sand GLEANIMG XADE ROBBERY, neXt Week. 3;PIE OF Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Laws and Customs.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Precedency.]

    Queen Elizabeth granted. Which they had, in respect of their Privileges, granted to the City to hunt in all Forests, Parks and Chaces within the County of Middlesex . And accordingly, Sir John Langley , Maior, July 4, 1577 ,

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Charter House.

    had allotted to him by Will, the Manor of Turback in Lancashire , consisting of a fair antient House, two Parks , and large Demesnes, plentifully stored with Timber, valued at 350l. per Ann. There was an Establishment of this

    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    called Moreford. 32. THAMES DITTON ; a small Place and of no Account. 33. HAMPTON COURT; pleasantly seated betwixt Two Parks . This Palace since its late Rebuilding, is most stately and magnificent; and hath a curious Garden newly made,


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