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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Steyning Education

    240-1. J. Sleight and G. Cockman , Steyning Grammar Sch . [ 1974 ] , f. [25 ] . Butler, Steyning , 106; undated sch. prospectus at Chich. Ref. Libr.; Kelly 's Dir. Suss . ( 1922 ). Sleight and

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Economic history

    Kingscote . 72 The existence of a large sheep-run near Bowldown Farm is suggested by the field-name, the Old Sheep Sleight , recorded in 1774 . 73 In the mid 17th century the Bowldown farmer had access to a pool

    The borough of Tewkesbury Social life and buildings Tewkesbury , showing domestic buildings

    ), 194. Glos. R.O., D 247 ( Keen 44); Q/SIb 1, f. 61v.; Westm . Abb. Mun. 55426; for Wm. Sleight see Bigland , Glos . iii; two apothecaries issued tokens: ex inf. Mr. I. E. Gray . Pigot's Dir

    Milborne Port Milborne Port in 1839 Seal of Milborne-Port .

    large tr act of open ground in the north-west of the parish known as Milborne and Horethorne downs, and Sheep Sleight . 96 Further south Combe , Vartenham (Farkenham in 1569 , Pertnam in 1633 ), 97 Crackmore (Crackmacke in

    Royal forests

    Norridge Wood , 632 Nor Wood , 633 Shaw (or Slow) Wood, 634 Roddenhurst Wood, 635 Southleigh Wood , 636 Sleight Wood, 637 and Fairwood . 638 Other places subject to the forest law were Bidcombe, 639 Crockerton , 640

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sle;ght, a bh y firm ' Sleight and Jones" am dros s ugain mlynedd yn dra adnabyddus yn Liverpool, ac a ye enweii- ymysg meddian-vyr Ilongau Gogledd a e Deheudir Cymru. Ar ymneilldnad Mr. Sleight oddi- ; witb jfmaoah, cymoroid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sitting at table along with me. I have no doubt any gentleman would do the trick with an hour's practice. Sleight of iaind equires considerable activity of the fiogers:0s It will be four (r. fivs years since I first saw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but 5 ft. only if declared, with 50 sov. added (21 subs. 7 of whom declared.) Lord Westminster's br. c. Sleight of Hand, 4 yrs - I Mr Allen's b. I. Orelia, 4 yrs - - - 2 .Mr Vansittart's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 agst the Squire (taken), 5 to 2 agas Charles XNI, 7 to 1 agst Fireaway, 7 to I ag,,t Sleight of Hand, 10 to I agst Policy, 12 to I agst Beleoear, and 20 to I agst Seamew. Thistle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES. ELOPEMENTs.-On Sunday morning, long before the chime of the church bells, a handsome well-appointed Broogham, driven by a smart young " tiger" in blue livery, was observed drawn up in Belgrave square. After some time a young ladv, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth I: volume 171, September 1593, 01 September 1593-30 September 1593

    to depart from their lords but at the lord's pleasure, and so thralled in misery. Divers loose kerne of the sleight Mc e Neyles under Neale M'Brian Fertagh live abroad upon spoil, in the rest of that county there is Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 October 1592-30 June 1596

    , , genealogy of, 62. , examination of, 228. , , protection granted to, 435. , Shane M'Turlough, 379. , Sleight M'I Neale , 146. , Slote M'E Neile, 239. , Turlough, 302, 412. , Sir Turlough Lynagh, the O'Neill, Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 7 October 1647, 07 October 1647-07 October 1647

    Parliament and the forged Fines and Pleading complained of before your Lordships to be written in Parchment (which, by some Sleight, are made to seem as if they had been written long since), she came to the Court of Wards

    Surnames beginning 'S'

    d, 8.7b Slegg : John, ser, 1.17 Mary, 43.21 Sleigh Sliegh: Hen, ser, 42.31 Isable, ser, 73.26 Sar, ser, 6.14 Sleight Thos, 9.34 Sleymaker Dan, 58.17 Slide Eliz, spin, 12.11 Sli e John, ser, 32.10 Slief Jonathan, ser, 21.2 Slight

    Yorkshire Fines, 1570

    lands in Sowthkyrkby. William Nandik, gent. Th omas Thornell and Alice his wife 3 messuages with lands in Great Edstone, Sleight, Holmedale near Fadmore and Cokkinge in the parish of Kirkbymoreshed. Adam Shaw William Jopson, gent., and Margery his wife.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Report from the Committee appointed to Enquire into the State of the Goals of this Kingdom. Relating to the King-s-Bench Prison., 11 June 1728

    fuch a Claim as to protect them; So that i^z'/zozz, having a Right, but no Remedy, and being by this Sleight of Law entirely ruined, fhot himfelf, inJDefpair. The Office of Marfhal of the faid Prifon was let to the Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1758, 28 April 1758

    of Frocefier Hill to the Turn- " pike Road from Cirenceflcr towards Bath, and from " the Field called Bouldown Sleight to the End of a Lane " adjoining to the Road from Horßey to Tetbury neaf " Tiliufs Inn, Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1758, 30 May 1758

    Top of Froceßer " Hill to the Turnpike Road from Cirenceßer towards " Bath, and from the Field called Bouldown Sleight '• to the End of a Lane adjoining to a Road from " Horjley to Tetbury near Tiltup's Inn, Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1758, 2 June 1758

    Top of Frocefler Hill to the " Turnpike Road from Cirencefier towards Bath, and " from the Field called Bouldown Sleight, to the End " of a Lane adjoining to the Road from Horfiey to Tet- *' bury near Tittup's Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1758, 6 June 1758

    Top of Frocefter " Hill to the Turnpike Road from Cirenceßer towards " Bath, and from the Field called Bouldown Sleight to " the End of a Lane adjoining to the Road from Hor/ley " to Tetbury near Tittup's Inn, Subscribers-only content

 

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