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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Copford Economic history

    Forrestlands near Copford Hall and Blind Bulbecks. 48 In 1725 Copford Hall manor still contained three woods called the Plains, Potash wood, and Churchfield wood. 49 In 1727 at Bockingham Hall 321 trees were growing for timber, and in 1735

    Parishes Puttenham

    of the parish, contains only the Manor Farm , the Grange Farm belonging to Mr. J. G. Williams of Pendley, Potash Farm and a few cottages, and none of the houses are of very great age. The sites of the

    Parishes Milton

    the soil mostly gravel and clay. There is a gravel-pit, long disused, and potash was onc e worked where a row of cottages, now known as Potash , stands in the south of the parish. The name Chalk Ford (Cealeford)


    per unit than any other phosphatic manure, it is well entitled to its popularity. Potash is used principally in the form of kainit and sulphate of potash. This manure is less understood in Oxfordshire than any of the others and

    Aldham Economic History

    still slightly more valuable than that on Bourchiers Hall and the two smaller farms to the north and west. 76 Potash was used on the light loam in the south of the parish in the 17th and 18th centuries, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvhen Flour is generally lesouned.- ilhe e ieas rccommcndtel are the foliowi n-niamelyt I Sperealrlbonate of Potash (ihe neWv name is tiarbollale ot Potash), SIpercgrhdnate of Soda, Cilhonate of Alnmo- ia. Sailt of Tartar (more properly namerl Stlwharbknoate of I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pre~s.RS.- ddu etiiWarSra Batis; by Ii. D). Thornton, Bog.-On the Finite Extent oftnAtophe;b T. Graham, M.A.-Ori the Triple l'russlate of Potash; by R. Ilipo, On Capillary Altsacion ; by the lRev;-J. B. Ennnett A, new~taho lah in~andprparngFla; y te Rv.1.1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leamington, M~al'vern, Marienbad, Matlock, Melksham, Neelle Halt' Pubsa, Pormont, Sacaroga, Sandrock Spring, Schwalbach, Sea, tlasiog'ftz, Spa, 't'lb , Weilbach, Wiltshire, Potash, and manufactures the fol- wvaters -Magnesia, Pyrrnont, Sea, Seidlitz, Seltzer, Spa, Soda siogl6, ditto double. The moat extensive assortment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quiry. Solomon Savory, a lad, was then examined: I have been in the service of Mr James Bloomfield Rush, at Potash farm, since August last. He is married, and with his wife, resides there. Besides me there were two female Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    My occupation was to scare crows, and I have littered some straw on the footpath leading from the dwelling of Potash farmn as far as a turnip field in the direction of Standfield hall. I finished at the bank of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    trade of, p. 215, 1039. -, -, price of, p. 215. Portuguese , their pride, 549. Postnati , the, 968. Potash , 73. II. Potatoes , 89, 163, 203, 298. II., 315, 474, 610, p. 279, 746, p. 446, 1126,

    Index, P, Q, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    of Postmasters Posts and packets arrears of wages to master of, see Stanhope, Lord. for foreign parts, see Quester, Matt. Potash import and sale of, see also Eastland Company. Pothernam Pott or Potts , Thos. Potter , Chris., letter of, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    Henry, Groom of Her Majesty's Chamber Postage and postmasters Postmaster of England for foreign parts , see Quester, Matthew de. Potash , customs on Pothelly Potter , Richard Potterne hundred , co. Wilts Potterspury manor , co. Northampton Potts , Subscribers-only content

    Appendix II, Descriptive list of commodities

    leather, 435; thread, 18. Cord fastenings for clothes. Poldavis, 69. A coarse canvas, taking its name from Pouldavid in Brittany. Potash, 434 Pots, earthenware, 731; galley, 365; iron, 265; stone, 18 Pottingers, 297. Small basins or soup dishes. Printer's letters,

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    General Index P, Q P. Package and other fees taken in the port of London table of Packer , Humphrey Packman , Edmund Paddy , Sir William Page , Dr. Paignton , Devon, inhabitants of, petition of Painswick , Subscribers-only content


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