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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Mills and Fisheries

    the priory held a mill south of Trill mill c . 1180. 11 The mill, thought by Wood to have been two distinct mills, Priory and Bishopsmore , 12 presumably stood on the Trill mill stream, and may perhaps have

    City Walls, Gates, and Posterns

    the medieval wall between Littlegate and the castle, where the 13thcentury wall had been built on a domestic site. 9 Trill mill stream might have made a major southern defence superfluous. The wall was probably extended both eastwards and westwards

    Sites and Remains of Religious Houses

    Church Street and the city wall. 69 In 1244 they obtained land outside the wall as far south as the Trill mill stream, and were given permission to extend their buildings across the line of the wall. 70 The site

    Street-Names Street-names

    Dir. Oxf . ( 1900 ). Cart. Hosp. St. John , ii, p. 90. Salter, Survey , ii. 20. Since Trill mill stream was a substantial watercourse in the early Middle Ages, it seems probable that the lane derived its

    Communications

    and rebuilt in 1922 , its single arch being replaced by a flat span. 57 Preachers' or Littlegate Bridge crossed Trill mill stream from Littlegate to Black Friars . 58 In 1285 the stone pile of a bridge lately built

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for me when I choose to pot it.- I am, yours, Patrick Gaviat, 26, folw Stree-, Little Bolton. Mr. ETde.-Si-I Trill thank yoe to send me a bottle of your Eye Liqeid, a friend of mine pitrchoased a bottle luring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hI I i unrhbw farnwr ganiatanv yr apoliad at lyi nch. is gall yr apel, modd bynag, ddyfod vielaeu fis Trill ac f'9 tenfir of allan, ais Ali diredv~ ad Ge,0trau gymeryd 11^ hyd mis Gorphenafr. t DINAS DEWI SANT. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    September 15th, 1882. THE COLLEGE, BOOTLE, LIVERPOOL Head Master:-THOMAS POWELL, MA. (Oxon), rp HE College, delightfully situateui on Breeze- P Trill, provides efficient preparatron for the Univercities, and for the various Public Examinations. The Head Master receives a few Boarders Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y Wladfa Gymreig. Mao y Llx-wodraeth vedi (-lloc(ldi a-iroddii tri o,'i swvddl(Iogion fly11ges;(I * 0 ha is ut l, mty eiul . WiValadl. Y cyitaf yN 1') I yr nil1 hat la;II 11a olaf yn Meliefilj N'W)O Miiy ilaii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    withlij those dreary wells, cotitl 'ie made to cltim more general attention. 'Piet COWdItCt ol tlhe tso poor meil dI Trill their otfi netnett was so correct an,( even ext omplary, t0at it is ig(:ly ri-obabie, if tieir live.es hid Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 48 Edward III (1374-5)

    mistake for the Feast of S. Peter in Cathedra [22 Feb. ] . 1 Cat and fiddle. 2 Called after "Trill mill" or "Turn mill" brook, concerning which see Part I. p. 671 n. 3 Elstow, Elnstowe, or Alnestowe, where

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 October 1668-31 December 1668

    office of, patent of his appointment orders of, alluded reference to reports of warrants of Mr. Triers , see Treves. Trill , Dorset, r esident at Tring , co. Hertford, stewardship of Trinity House (Deptford Strond) brethren of certificates from Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 34, August 18-31, 1626, 18 August 1626-31 August 1626

    some course for redress . 1626, Aug . 15. [ Copy . ] August 22. 18. Separate examinations of Wm. Trill and Ellis Coffyn, respecting the secret departure of certain persons from Muddiford, co. Hants. [August 22 ? ] 19. Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, T, U, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    Richd., letters of Sir Sackville Sir Thos. Trewine , Christopher Trewinnard , John letter of Trewron , Trial , the Trill , Wm. Trinity College , Cambridge letter to master of, see Richardson, Dr.; Maw, Leonard, D.D. Trinity House Certificates Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, February 1512, 01 February 1512-28 February 1512

    c., in K[ynge ] sbrigge, Wodecourt, [Hurberton, Hurbernford ] , Leghderant, Blakedown, Wassheborne, Manaton, Cotford, Knoll, Haracombe, [Brokelond ] , Trill, Stuttecombe, Thorne and Cobbetonheis, in the parish of Otery St. Mary, and in Exeter; Forde in the parish of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILL, Robert (c.1361-1423), of Spaxton, Som.

    acquired were nine manors (including Spaxton) and property at Bridgwater in Somerset, the manor of King’s Tamerton and lands at Trill near Axminster and around Dittisham and Modbury in south Devon, the manor of Westcourt in Inkpen in Berkshire, and

 

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