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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ndwet -2 I ,)r Iop, fo].are eaved- Wnsqn's Exftractf St~op ate~r tliwata. A fnpoerraidly soluble, lathera freely sftgnsF-'-'WateroP, perfect Hard-water Snap, a Cold wtrS ap so S aet. s a Hot-water Soa~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~p. Unrivalled asa myn Egverwhere, in packets, One Penany Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where ludson' Extract og Soap is in daily use. DON'T YOUJKNOW? The Hudson'e Extract cf Soap is a pure Dry Snap, in flne powder, readily solubld in all wasters-Hlard, Cool. Eoft, or Hot. Hudson's Extract of Soap is icr all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STORM WARNINGI-A SEVERE STORM MAY BE EXPECTED every day of the w ek in all domestic oi'cles where Hudson's Dry Snap s not in regalar daily use. A Peny Packet will preventic REMARKABLE. DISAPPE kRANCE of all Dirt from everything Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    know and apprec ate itt y magie I cleansing prope ties -ard 1borough ste hong valne. Al who use SinoCr's Snap are cautined to see that tbey reallY get )S it when tbey ask for it, as shopkaepers are tempted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wooti that the pubic know and appreo1ate il magUla Cleansing prope ties and thorouigh sto-lini vlUe AL who use Sinclair's Snap are cautined to gee that they ready t It when they ask for it, as shopkeepers ae tOILpted to Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Aldbourne Aldbourne c. 1838

    270 Upham and Snap were once separate agricultural units but demesne lands of Aldbourne manor there were held and perhaps worked together from the 13th century. 271 In the 16th century and perhaps earlier Snap Upper or Snap field lay

    Parishes Lopen

    century. 15 The Foss surv ives as a narrow metalled road stretching from Long Lane in Stratton through Broomhill and Snap or Strap Ant, and becoming known in the 18th century as Lamb Bridge Lane before leaving the parish over

    Parishes Charlton Mackrell

    land lies above the 225 ft. contour. This falls away slightly to form a small plateau known as Windmill or Snap hill in the north-west of the parish; the land drops sharply at Green Down on its southern side to

    Fifteenths and tenths, 1334

    .) in Kinwardstone hundred; Trowle (5 s .) in Melksham hundred; Rabson (10 s .) Shaw (8 s .), and Snap (8 s .) in Selkley hundred; and Melbourne (9 s .) and Stoke (10 s .) in Westbury hundred.


    , see Aldbourne : Chase Woods prot. nonconf., 71, 84-5 rectory, 82 roads, 67, 69 Romano-Brit. rem., 67 schs., 85 Snap , q.v . sport, 73 stream, 69 streets, 69-70 Sugar Hill , 67, 80 tithes, 74-5, 77, 83 trades,


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