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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Nicholas , Lewes

    to its support, and a further 15 s . was charged upon the manors of Langney , Falmer , and Swanborough ; 1 at the time of the dissolution the total payment to the support of the thirteen inmates was

    Swanborough hundred

    Swanborough hundred SWANBOROUGH HUNDRED The hundred of Swanborough lies almost exactly in the centre of the county. It consists of one large block of land with a much smaller piece narrowly detached from it in the south-west. On the north

    The hundred of Swanborough

    The hundred of Swanborough THE HUNDRED OF SWANBOROUGH containing the parishes of Iford ; Kingston near Lewes AT the time of the Domesday Survey, the Hundred of Swanborough comprised the vills of Iford , Ashcombe , and Winterbourne ; Ditchling

    The hundred of Southover

    was Lewes , 9 and so again from 1572 to at least 1665. 10 In 1831 Southover was reckoned in Swanborough Hundred, 11 while in Figg's map of Sussex ( 1861 ) it is definitely marked as part of Barcombe

    Key map to VCH Wiltshire volumes

    , Melksham , and Potterne and Cannings hundreds VIII Warminster , Westbury , and Whorwellsdown hundreds IX Kingsbridge hundred X Swanborough hundred; Devizes XI Downton hundred and Elstub and Everleigh hundred XII Ramsbury and Selkley hundreds; Marlborough XIII Chalke and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16, who is living at Richmond, with her grandmother, Mrs Meddleton (Mrs Poynter), and her mother, Lady Florence Howard (Miss Swanborough), is very much~puzzled to know what has becorne of her father. At last she contrives to worm from her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newspapers as a useless expense." The consequence might have been foreseen. i On Saturilay night an accident happened to Miss Swanborough, who was in a cab on her return from the Olympic Theatre, which, cupon reaehing Princes street, Leicester squiiire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will eom. mencewith anew Faree,called THIEVES! THIEVES ! Charac- ters by ltesors F. Robson, G. Vi, ing, Leslie,511. Cooper, Mbsses Swanborough and Bromley. After whics the new Drama by Tom Taylor, Esq. called a SHEEP IN WOLF'S CLOTHING Charao era Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plunkett and Duplaces. RYL? OLYMPIC THEATRE. RO nder the Mainwgement of Mdr Alfred Wigan. Monday (lor the Bentfit af Miss Swanborough;. Tuesdav Thursdny, Friday, and Saturday, will bc performed Murphy's Comedy of ALL IN THE WRONG, compressed into Three Acts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do tire utmost justice to the mother's part ; Miss Wyndham as Flora was deligh'tfully naive and joyous; while Miss Swanborough marked with great delicacy the defects concealed under the fair polish of Edith's character, never pushing them into caricature, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, H, I

    Mildenhall. Miskin. Mitford. Munslow. Mutford and Lothingland. Neath. Nobottle-Grove. Ogmore. Oswaldslow. Plomesgate. Powder. Poynings. Rhuddlan. Risbridge. Samford. Shropham. Spelhoe. Street. Swanborough. Tandridge Reigate. Thedwestry. Thetford, co. Norfolk. Thetford, co. Suffolk. Thingoe. Thredling. Tipnoak. Uttlesford. Wallington. Walshcroft. Wangford. Wayland. Wells. Whalesbone.

    Return made by Justices of Peace, 01 June 1634-30 June 1634

    Assize. Certificate of proceedings under the Book of Orders. Ibid., No. 64. 1 p . June 13. Bromham. Hundreds of Swanborough, Pottern, and Canning's Episcopi, Wilts. The same to Sir Henry Ludlow, sheriff. Similar certificate. [ Seal with arms . Subscribers-only content

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, 01 April 1635-30 June 1635

    with names of apprentices and masters. Ibid., No. 64. 1 p . May 29. Hundreds of Potterne and Cannings and Swanborough, Wilts. Similar certificate of apprentices and masters. Ibid., No. 73. 1 p . June 1. Division of Kingsclere, Hants. Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 79, September 21-30, 1627, 21 September 1627-30 September 1627

    hundreds of Loes, Colnies, Thredling, Wilford, Carleford, and Plomesgate, with the towns of Aldborough and Orford, in co., Suffolk. [Sept ? ] 91. Return of defaulters to the loan in the hundreds of Swanborough, Potterne, and Tanning, in co. Wilts. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    William Sutton-on-the-Forest , document dated from Sutton's Hospital commissioners of, letters to Swan , Philip, letter of William, examination of Swanborough hundred , co. Wilts Swanington , document dated from Swans , game of, master of Swansea , co. Glamorgan Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FERROUR, John, of Cricklade, Wilts.

    of the manor of Keynes Court in Purton. He is less likely to have been the John Ferrour who, in Swanborough hundred in central Wiltshire, acted as an assessor of the aid for the marriage of Henry IV’s daughter, Blanche,

    LYON, William (1807-1892).

    ministry, who was supported by Cobden.[footnote] The following summer he married, at St. Margaret's Westminster, the actress daughter of Henry Swanborough, a failed and bankrupt accountant, who in 1861 became lessee and manager of the Strand theatre. (He cut his


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