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  • * Victoria County History *

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    down the eastern side of the parish. In the south-east corner of the parish was Snowdon pool, a large fishpond created before 1255. 94 Snowdon was mentioned as a member of Patshull (Staffs.) manor in 1279 . 95 Beckbury 's

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Housing and suburban development, 1945-74

    were designed for sale by the council itself in 1960 , and at Lache c . 1960-2 , Oldfield and Snowdon Crescents and Clifford Drive were laid out like adjacent council-estate roads. One of the largest schemes was at Upton


    brook; 4 on the east and south it is bounded by a tributary called the Batch , Heath 5 or Snowdon brook, or the Mert. 6 Badger 's northern boundary, with Beckbury , follows field edges and ditches and required

    Townships Church Coniston

    a beacon station. The view from the summit commands the great Cumberland mountains to the north, Ingleborough to the east, Snowdon to the south, and the Isle of Man to the south-west. About a mile north in a depression in

    Parishes Wambrook

    field called Whiteland on the northern boundary, in fields called Brookland east of Higher Wambrook , and in those called Snowdon on the north-western boundary. A further source of limestone lay in Haselcombe mead immediately south of Dinnetts farm in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA Y METHODISTIAID CALFINAIDD YN MACHYNLLETH. (Paraed o'r rujsfy. diwuecidqf ) Mewn cyfarfod a gynhaliwyd 6 o'r gloch, nes Fawrth, wedi dechreu gan y Parch. J. Roberts, Sir Fon, cafwyd adroddiad manwi o'r manau y bu pre- gethu Saesnig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yei awr ,yn barod, pri8 3c., drwgy y Post 4c., CrYxRU lM3EWN P33ERYGL ! DEFODAETH YR UN A PHABYDDIAETH, A J~gan y Parch. D. EVANs, M.A., Dolgellau. Cy- hoeddir y Llyfr hwn ar anogaeth Cyfarfod Misol pen Gorllewinol Meirion. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pbpsiabax. Newqdd en cy'koeddi, Pris Swllt, I NODIADAU o Bregethau y diweddar Barch. N JOHN ELIAS, wedi eu dethol allan o lawysgrifau Mr. ELIAS ei hun, gan y Parch. John Hughes, - Liverpool. Anfoner pob orders i'r argraffydd, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ail a'r pedxwerydd Sadwrn ymhob mis). PWLLHELI--Mr. Francis Evans, Bookseller, (y Mercher cyntaf a'r trydydd ymbob mis). PORTMADOC-Mrs. Bennet Williams, Snowdon. street, (yr ail a'r pedwerydd Mercher ymhob mis). Gwnaiff'Mr. Sellis ymweied a patients yn en tai eu hnain os Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (yr all a'r pedwerydd Sadwrn ynhob mis). PWLLHELI-Mr. Francis .Evans, Booliseller, (y Mercher cyntaf, a'r trydydduihob mis). PORTMADOC-Mrs. Bennet' Williams, Snowdon. street, (yr ail a'r pedwerydd Mercheryxihob mis). Gwnaiff Mr. Sellis ymweled A patients yu eu tai e, , " Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARNE, Snowdon (1756-1825), of Dunwich, Suff.

    BARNE, Snowdon (1756-1825), of Dunwich, Suff. Constituency Dates Dunwich 1796 231812 Ofifces Held Ld. treasurer’s remembrancer, ct. of Exchequer 1806-d.; ld. of Treasury Dec. 1809-Oct. 1812. Ofifces Held Commr. of customs 1812-23 (dep. chairman 1819). Ofifces Held Bencher, I. Temple

    BARNE, Frederick (1801-1886), of Sotterley Hall, Suff.

    the Boucheretts "were known", instead of that favoured hitherto by the "Barne, Sawbridge, Blois and Harding" families, caused his uncle Snowdon Barne much unease.[footnote] In 1817 his uncle Barne Barne expressed concern over his education: in this instance, the decision

    KENRICK, Roland, of Beaumaris, Anglesey.

    (Sir) Richard Bulkeley I was involved in the quarrel of the North Wales gentry with the Earl of Leicester over Snowdon forest, Kenrick as bailiff of the borough was summoned by the Privy Council to appear before the Earl to

    WYNN, Thomas (1677-1749), of Glynnllivon and Bodvean, Caern.

    Prince of Wales 1714-24, clerk of the household to Prince of Wales Oct. 1724-7; constable of Caernarvon castle, forester of Snowdon and steward of Bardsey 1724-7; clerk of the Green Cloth 1727-d.; equerry to George II 1727-d. Ofifces Held Sheriff,

    BARNE, Michael (1759-1837), of Sotterley Hall, Suff.

    lieutenant-colonelcy in the yeoman volunteers which satisfied his military inclinations.[footnote] He entered Parliament, somewhat reluctantly, in succession to his brother Snowdon in 1812.[footnote] He subsequently informed his son Frederick, who also sat for the borough, that ‘the rule which, in

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Occurrences.

    the Tower, & c. In the Year 1282 , Leoline Prince of Wales , came down from the Mountain of Snowdon to Montgomery , and was taken at Bluith Castle. Where using reproachful Words against the Englishmen, Roger le Strange

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 4th September 1853

    going over the Bar, We therefore went close up to the Carnarvonshire Hills, the outline of which, as well as Snowdon is beautiful, so pointed & sharp. We then turned back again, getting on board the "Victoria & Albert by

    Sunday 15th August 1847

    the Straits the view become truly beautiful. The fine mountains, rich verdure & fields & woods at their base, & Snowdon rising grandly in the midst, was a wonderful picture. Then soon come Carnarvon, which with its old Castle &

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 March 1834, 10 March 1834

    Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters Lknfoeris: of the Congregational Denomination resident in Llanberis, (at Foot of Snowdon,) County of Caernarvon, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; complaining of the Contempt and Persecution which they frequently expe¬ Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    INCLOSURES —ww/mMerf. 443 II. Petitions for Bills for Inclosures, &c—co/zimwed. xxxviii. 679. JVof presented.———Sherington (Bucks); li. 149. Reported, and of consents to the changing one oftheCommis- sioners named in the Bill, 524. r.a. 619. —— Sherwood. See sapra, 31, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    45. Christehurch, William Sturges Bourne; lxii. 318, Cockermouth, Lord Viscount Lowther; lxix. 33. Corfe Castle, Nathaniel Bond; lvi. 174. Dunwich, Snowdon Barne; lxv. 4. Helleston, Lord Viscount Fitzharris; lix. 286. Inverness, Fortrose, Nairn and Forres, District of Burghs, Charles Grant, Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1797, 9 May 1797

    Honourable Arthur Paget, Charles Smith, Esquire, the Honourable Richard Ryder*, the Honourable John Somers Cocks, Sir Richard Carr Glynn, Baronet, Snowdon Barne, Esquire, George Tierney, Esquire, William Dundas, Esquire. And the said Fifteen Members, being the Select Committee for trying Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1804, 23 February 1804

    out of the fame glaffes, the names remaining therein, in order to form a fecond Committee. And the name of Snowdon Barne, Efquire, being drawn, he was nominated to ferve on the faid Committee, by the counfel for the fitting Subscribers-only content


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