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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stringston Stringston 1839

    . 78 There were small areas of open-field arable at Dyche in the early 14th and the 17th century, at Shortridge , west of Stringston village below the road to Kilton , also in the 14th century, 79 and at

    Parishes Catherington

    bushy place called Hasell Deane , 5 Emerys, Little and Great Asheteedes, the Style Garden, 6 Durley Grove , Dencrofte, Shortridge , Stonridge, Tibs Purrocke, The Upper Crimpe, Lampitt's Close, and Handells. 7 MANORS CATHERINGTON alias FIVE HEADS , (Fyfehydes

    Little Bedwyn LITTLE BEDWYN c . 1820 The North Arcade Of The Church

    field, 42 a., lay south of the hill fort, Church field, 64 a., near Little Bedwyn village, and Shorthedge or Shortridge field, 26 a., south-east of Chisbury village between Briary field and the Dun . Chisbury manor included land in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JECTS ON PORTUGAL.-Mr T. CHAMBERS moved for a select committee to investigate the claims of a mercantile firm, named Yuille, Shortridge, and Co., against the Portuguese government, for compensation for losses incurred throegh breach of treaty.--Mr HORSFALL, in seconding the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    many years in bottle, aud other brands, shipped by Duff Gordoll, Martinez, &c.; Old East Indian illaderia "Risce,' shipped by Shortridge. AAmno the CJLARETS will be foundfie Wines, including Chateau Palmer Moaton-d'Armailhacq. Ac. The Light Wines consist of Sauterne, Chablis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Bir- kenhead, the material employed being the new homo- geneous metal, commonly called " steel plates," manufac. tured byMessrs. Shortridge, Howell, and Jessop, of Sheffield. The great advantage of using this description of plates is, that the same amount Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    until ten o'clock at night. Four young andt valuable three-year-old horses, valued at £200., belonging to Mr. Edward Thew, of Shortridge, near Alnwick, were struck down in the Buston pastures, and killed ; and about the saie time a pony Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    six molnthls, with, it is stated, satisfactory results. A neeting of the creditors of John Sexton Chambers, Ediward ElLis, Josephl Shortridge Alliso, andl Jos)ph Twentylman, treding in co -pirtneralilli at the Decph Iron- wsis, Jlrierily orlrlli oiir theo style or Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1825, 21 March 1825

    Upon reading the Petition of Ralph Anthony Iron- Leitch's sidex William Shortridge, Robert Graham, Peter M'Adam, Trustees etal. William Smith, Archibald Smith junior and William J'J ™ int0 Shortridge junior, Trustees of John Leitch Esquire, of Scotland. Kilmardinny, in the Subscribers-only content

    10 November 1830, 10 November 1830

    in Glasgow, John Cross Bu¬ chanan of Auchinteshan, in the County of Dumbarton, Neil Cross, Writer in Glasgow, George Yuille Shortridge, Mer¬ chant there, and Andrew Buchanan Yuille, Writer there, accepting Trustees and Executors of the late Robert Yuille, Merchant Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    John Cross Buchanan of Auchin- " toshan, in the County of Dumbarton, Neil Cross, Writer il in Glasgow, George Yuille Shortridge, Merchant there, " and Andrew Buchanan Yuille, Writer there, accepting " Trustees and Executors of Robert Yuille, Merchant in Subscribers-only content

    17 November 1830, 17 November 1830

    Glasgow; John Cross Buchanan of Auchintoshan, in the County of Dumbarton ; Neill Cross, Writer in Glasgow ; George Yuille Shortridge, Merchant there, and Andrew Buchanan Yuille, Writer there, accepting Trustees and Executors of the late Robert Yuille, Merchant in Subscribers-only content

    15 September 1831, 15 September 1831

    Merchants in Glasgow; John Cross Buchanan of Auchintoshan, in the County of Dumbarton; Neill Cross, Writer in Glasgow; George Yuille Shortridge, Merchant there; and Andrew Buchanan Yuille, Writer there, accepting Trustees and Executors of the late Robert Yuille, Merchant in Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Coming man., 1886

    and Co. ' s Hardened Shot; Shortridge and Wright ' s Xonpareil Gunpowder; Curtis and Harvey ' s Schultze and E. C. Powders, and all kinds of Ammunition in Stock. Sole Agents for Shortridge and Wright ' s Celebrated Nonpareil Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ... with a selection of his papers on the antiquities of old Glasgow., 1865

    Reid , publisher of the Courier newspaper; James M ' Nair, writer, editor of the Courier; William Shortridge , printer, of Todd & Shortridge ; William Wilson , writer; John Thomson , saddler; Humphrey Ewing , uncle to James Ewing Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ... with a selection of his papers on the antiquities of old Glasgow., 1865

    Falconer Georgius Graham Gershamus Carmichael Gulielmus Bowie Gulielmus Galbreath Gulielmus Hamilton Gulielmus Jamieson Gulielmus Murdoch Gulielmus Napier Gulielmus Reid Gulielmus Shortridge Gulielmus Smith Gulielmus Wilson Humphredus Ewing Jacobus Aird Jacobus Baird Jacobus Blair Jacobus Carlisle Jacobus Hutcheson Jacobus Macalister Jacobus Subscribers-only content

    The Coming man., 1886

    and Co. ' s Hardened Shot; Shortridge and Wright ' s Xonpareil Gunpowder; Curtis and Harvey ' s Schultze and E. C. Powders, and all kinds of Ammunition in Stock. Sole Agents for Shortridge and Wright ' s Celebrated Nonpareil Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ... with a selection of his papers on the antiquities of old Glasgow., 1865

    Reid , publisher of the Courier newspaper; James M ' Nair, writer, editor of the Courier; William Shortridge , printer, of Todd & Shortridge ; William Wilson , writer; John Thomson , saddler; Humphrey Ewing , uncle to James Ewing Subscribers-only content

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