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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chetwode

    found in those three days within the said commons, called the Rhyne , in the manner following: In the begining of the said drift of the common or Rhyne , first at their going forth they shall blow a welke-shell

    Pawlett Pawlett 1840

    confines the parish on the west, and on the north-east and south-east the boundary follows the Black Ditch and Walpole Rhyne respectively. From north to south the parish measures 3 km.; from east to west 5.5 km. Its area is

    Introduction Introduction

    the Chilton Landshire Rhyne between Chilton and Edington , which was named after its southern continuation, the landshare, mentioned c . 1400. 16 The northern boundary is a natural watercourse, known by 1886 as the Outer Furlong Rhyne , 17

    Introduction Introduction

    part of King's Sedgemoor in the south in 1795 7 brought the southern boundary of the parish to Shapwick Right Rhyne , giving a total of 1,082 a. in 1840 . 8 In 1933 the detached parts of Shapwick ,

    Edington

    as a wall. 8 In the later 16th century the boundary was the Landshare Ditch, and later the Chilton Landshire Rhyne . The boundary with Catcott to the east was also a wall, 9 known in 1731 as the great

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    prysoner by the space of eight dayes, from thence he was caried vnto the Iacobyns hard by the ryuer of Rhyne, and was shut vp in the pryson of the Abbay, the whiche was harde by the bogardes. After he

    K. Henry. 5. The councell of Constance. John Hus.

    prisoner by þe space of viij. dayes, from thence he was caried vnto the Iacobins hard by the riuer of Rhyne, The imprisonment & sickenes of Iohn Hus.and was shut vp in the prison of the Abbay, the whiche was

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church.

    Hungarians would enter on the East part. There came vnto his aide the Archbyshop of Mentz. The countye Pallatin of Rhyne, the Dukes of Saxon, the Marques of Brandenburge, and many other byshoppes oute of Almaine. All the reast sente

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in feap. Ovr, price 6s. cloth, D ANTE'S DIVINE COMEDY. The Visio D of Mli. Translated, in the original Ternary Rhyne, ty C. B. CAYoLEY, B. A. London: Logman, Brown, Green, and Loneau3s. Price 8s. with a new Portrait after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d ! Wort br~tIs ad Mersantie, 69. IRON, OVA;L, XWD COPEl3USXNsS Dois.-Consett Iron 28, ntyldo and Blan IronworkB, Rrof., 60; Rhyne ~IN ES,-HuarZ S DoNZ-Fos'eon * Chile Gold Miain Llm., Yl Copiapo, Lim.. 3%; .%a, 1A; Indian Glenrook GooJ ining, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    873%'. 81,%; Greet Western, l~o%, 1671/; London, Chatham. and Dover, 2%,~ 26;- Midland, 148%. 1091/; Taff Vale, Crd., 12, 13;~ Rhyne, _% ret., 115, ii¶'; Breo and Merthy, B, 4% Deb.,' 103. 102; Devon and Somerset, B. 27%.1 286%!; Neath Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Odd Fellows' lodge of £6, by a be falee represedtation of the death of his wife. A surgeon at ille Rhyne ney very blanth eably gave a certificate of death upon rec the lere wors of th e prsandoer, nd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    let class damaged. Hemop.-99 bales Bombay offered and taken in with £23 ls. per ton bid ; 20 tons Polish Rhyne offered were taken in for £45, with £43 bid; and 30 tons Polish outshot also offered were taken in Subscribers-only content

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