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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hanley William

    the Teme Valley . Through it runs a tributary of the Teme. The west of Hanley William is watered by Pipers Brook, and Shortwood Brook rises in the south of the parish. Broad Heath , part of which is in

    Hospitals Wolverhampton , St Mary

    by Sir Wal. Leveson of Wolverhampton and extended eastwards in length as far as Can Lane (now partly represented by Pipers Row): W.S.L. 60/63, p. 1; G. P. Mander and N. W. Tildesley , Hist. of Wolverhampton to the Early

    Kingsbury Introduction KINGSBURY IN 1597

    built on Kenton Lane to the west of Pipers Green . The house on the site of Pipers Farm was, from 1851 until 1880, called Rose Villa . 6 Another house at Pipers Green was in 1860 called Kingsland Villa.

    Parishes Eastham

    of Eastham , and appears to have been th at part of the parish which lies to the east of Pipers Brook. The name has now disappeared, but it occurs as late as 1738. A house called Bastwood (afterwards the

    Kingsbury Other estates

    Pipers , which took its name from an adjacent tenement, 87 consisted of about 47 a.-66 a. north of Great Bush farm. 88 The farmhouse, which was in existence by 1729 -38, lay just outside the demesne lands. 89

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Atshra, N AiPOaewc ViUii go to Spain, whither several Imperial e&qIuipaceS have already heemin sent oflf en Pauis The hoGernan Pipers repeat the statemeut of peace being cbndcuded %etwe"V o Russia hnd -Sw0eden, o6i condition of the latter cediy -'- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7stated 0,so, that. tse proprietors propose to remonstrate 'rwrinqs this measure, and to offer fileniselves to be respon- 'ito foxtheir Pipers. Many weli-knowrn individuals haive redeived zorders to quit Paris.-It seems that the Military School of St. Cyr i3 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of April 1827:-" Mr Wilkie's health is much improved. He has iat prosent-iti hand three pictures, viz. The Confessional, The Pipers, a scene pec i4, to this country during Christmas time, and The Pope washing the feet of the Pilgrims.":. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d tetit Wr1Ouinidtw Cotrtrees, aIt CC. per ttt. Utlit Pier 'Thable~s' rt~l mrbit ''it' eit, lti. Chr etu. Iletl'i'i 'c Pipers "it 3td. per vardl. Satini Plipers 'cc ill . ditto. Ahitritie VLperct' ~ id. ihitto. 10vtiiat (dolti Papert at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOPARENTSand. h UARD1IAW -48i4arejcat, well-educated Youthi:ds an APPRENTICE toa- CIIE tS, and DRIUGGIS%- He will be treated in every respect&as one of-the Pamny> Premiam-moderatei For Cards of Addre aply (ifby letter, post dzat 118, G Market; Mr. Sanger, 150, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 5 December 1656, 05 December 1656-05 December 1656

    their debauchery by their lewd and obscene songs Sir Thomas Wroth . Harpers should be included. Mr . - 3 Pipers should be comprehended. Alderman Foot . I hope you intend not to include the waits of the City of

    Extracts from the records, 1574

    recognoscit houshald seruandis witht thair hand writtis, and sick persones to be ressauit and conwoyit be the portaris and sersaris. Pipers, fiddlers, minstrels, vagabonds . Item, it is statute and ordanit that na pyparis, fidleris, menstrales, or ony wther vagabundis,

    Entry Book, February 1679, 1-15, 01 February 1679-28 February 1679

    0 Paid and given for new year's gifts to the [Swedish ] King['s ] and Queen's servants, to the Drummers, Pipers and Trumpets of the Court and City of [Stockholm ] 52 5 0 Paid for entertainments upon his [Swedish

    House of Lords Journal Volume 16, 9 January 1697, 09 January 1697-09 January 1697

    Thursday the Fourteenth Day of this Instant January , at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon. Ly. May Fenwick's Pipers: No 1. The Three Papers delivered by the Lady Mary Fenwick , the Two and Twentieth of December last,


    229, 232, 248, 251, 254, 255, 288, 294, 348; persons suspected of, 130; entries in accounts regarding, 455, 456, 474. Pipers , 29, 203, 207, 456. Pirates , 103. Pistol maker made burgess gratis , 357. Placks and hardheads ,


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