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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stow Longa

    5 John Rowse was lessee during the Commonwealth, but the reversion of the lease in fee was granted by the Parliamentary trustees in 1650 to John Williams of Brampton and Gabriel Bonner of London , grocer. 6 Rowse probably sold

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Abbey of Wherwell

    by Dr. Hede , acting as commissary for the Prior of Canterbury , during the vacancy of the see. Maud Rowse , the abbess, testified to the regular attendance at the night and day hours; that the yearly r ents

    Major buildings The Rows

    lost to make way for Refuge House, and nos. 55-61 were replaced with a concrete brutalist building by Bradshaw , Rowse , and Harker of Liverpool (Fig. 150). Although that structure incorporated a Row, another new building of the period

    Pembroke College PEMBROKE COLLEGE

    given to the University in 1479 . 28 We have names of Principals until that date, but none afterwards, though Rowse ( c . 1491) includes it in his list of halls for legists. 29 Probably its site was united

    Parishes Southoe SOUTHOE . PARISH CHURCH OF ST LEONARD .

    of arms of the Rowse family, and the inscription 'Orate pro animo Thomas Rous , armigeri, et Elizabethae uxoris ejus"-Thomas probably being the son of William ( Visit. of Hunts . Camden Soc. p. 42). William Rowse , 1505, left

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Odgers distinguished in Arithmetic, Mathemat- ics, French; B. Ormesher distinguished in Scrip- ture, Arithmetic, French; T. Powell; R. Roberts; K. Rowse Jones; G. A. Rogers; Christine Thomas distinguished in French; F.- Williams. Trwy ei gnvaith yn yr arholiad uchod, enillodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. in Berkeley square, the lady of T. Peers Williams, Esq., M.P., of a daughter. On the 29th tilt. at Rowse, the lady of Arthur H. Rlton, Esq. eldest son oi Sir Charles Eiton, Bart., of twin daighters. MARRIED. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    go to Weymouth and shoot my sister, in consequence of some family disputes which had occurred." Aftersomoe otherfacts, wsich .3r Rowse, the chiaplain, said Ae did notfeel at liberty to give, the statement, for it cannot be called a coi- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Banking Company, I lyrmoutl, SorLI cITORS. 'jesrs Macchant and reod, 30 Great George street, West jniii Esex~BROBEms. Mesrs s~lggins and Rowse]], I Threadneedle street. AUrDITORS. MessrsJohnstone, Cooper, Wintie, and Evans. Mr T. Wililker. SEcRcETAOR (pro temn.)-Mr David Ker. 'Tfcpnri'OTy Offices:-132 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VARIORUM NOTES. -O- It appears that the rainfall between five o'clock on Wed- nesday afternoon and eleven on Thursday morning measured within a fraction of two inches, the average rainfall for a month. Mr. Hardy was very angry on Subscribers-only content

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