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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Alvediston

    merged with his Norrington manor. 92 In 1242-3 an estate at Trow was held by Alexander of Trow and Geoffrey of Trow 93 (fl. 1249). 94 Thomas of Trow was said to hold lands there in 1281 -2; 95 his


    bands of ' Psa mmosteus ' Limestone. 83 A drift of head covers most of the parish, and alluvium borders Trow brook and the Corve. 84 The soils are mostly sandy or silt loams, freely drained except in the area

    Parishes Bucknell BUCKNELL

    boundary and a part of its southern one. The brook has two fords in the parish, one of them near Trow Pool. 2 Bucknell lies mostly on the Cornbrash, but is bounded on the west by the Forest Marble and

    Munslow MUNSLOW c. 1840

    marks the western parish boundary above and below Broadstone ; the eastern boundary follows Trow brook except around Thonglands , where, however, a tributary of Trow brook marks part of it. Otherwise around Thonglands , Broadstone , and Topley and


    Clee plateau to 135 m. at Trow brook, ex cept for an intervening sandstone ridge that rises to 169 m. Streams from the Clee plateau converge south of Brookhampton and then flow to Trow brook through a gap in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    di. ddjtnu oddiwrth y byd. 4. I'w dwyn i chwen- 9 ychu gwlad well. -. I'w puro a'u glanhau, r 'Trow hyn y glanheir anwiredd Jacob, a dyma yr holl a ffrwyth, tygnu ymnaith 81 becobd. Efe a eistedd fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shrewsbury, Gr~oar, Bettws, and Bomer Heath. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Messrs. Pritchard, Turner, and Trow, garr, an account of the cause at Jernsalem. Rev. .r. Davies, and Mr. E. R. James, Montgomery, reported the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newydd gael ei chy. hoeddi. Mae pedwar myfyriwr o'r Coleg hwn wedi ea rhoddi yn yr Honours Division, sef:-A. HI. Trow, New- town; 0. N. Roberts, Corns; E. 0. Davies, Corwen, ac E. W. Jones, Llanrhaidr Mochnant. Tri ar ddeg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pladed-in the-firat division, and Mr Peter Price, a former student, in-the second division. c r laJ0lun, 1886, 'Mi A 'H Trow passed the saineOexamin- I ation in thehonears division, anti gained the number of markis quaifyiuj biin f6ra Eprize; Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynygiad a ymlaoengan y Parchn. D. Rwlands a'Owi;yn dioch fr Band of Hapq Uniod am' benodi sin cydwladwrt dysgedig. Mr. Trow B.Sc-, fel darlith'ydd i ymwled ag, ysgolion dyddiol y dywysogaeth, i egluro agwedd anisn, C yddol y cwestisn dirwestol, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1617-31 December 1621

    , Wm., p. 98. Trough , the, 392. Troughton , Jas., 302. Trout or Trowte , John, 672, p. 341. Trow (Holland ship) , the, 857, 1095. Trumbull , Wm., agent at Brussels, p. 229. -, -, letters from- 1617

    East Indies, China and Japan, June 1620, 01 June 1620-30 June 1620

    Manillas ; that the five English ships, the Moon, Palsgrave, Elizabeth, Hope, and Bull, and five Holland ships, the Bantam, Trow, Harlem, Hope, and St. Michael, with 600 men in each of the five ships, sail for the Manillas, both

    East Indies, September 1622, 06 September 1622-28 September 1622

    captured three rich Portugal frigates bound from Macao to Malacca or Goa. This letter was sent in the Dutch ship Trow, but being forced back by stormy weather is now sent by the Bull. Continued, see No . 175. [

    Index, T, 01 January 1622-31 December 1624

    21, 44, p. 108, p. 152, p. 219, 455. -, -, letter from, 1624: 494. -, -, deceased, 352 (703). Trow , the (Dutch ship), 146. Trussell , Thos., p. 478. Tsiosa , a Japanese, executed by the Dutch at

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    John Trinity house , Deptford Strond letter dated from master of Trioche , Dan Tripoli Trouchin , James and Anth. Trow , Rich. Truro , co. Cornwall letter dated from Tucker , John Mr. Tuckney , Dr. Ant. Tufley hamlet Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 February 1751, 13 February 1752

    25 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe -of Lords. 647 " afcertain the Fees that (hall be paid for the fame," was committed. Girardot's jJaf- Bill: meiits, in and about the Town of Belfajt, Stewart Mac¬ kenzie's Bill: in Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1777, 3 March 1777

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords, AL 1777. GEORGE er. .; " George the Third, by the Grace of GoD, of " Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, Defender " of the Faith, and fo forth ; To Our Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1792, 10 March 1792

    >2.» 3 2 Geo. III. Journals 0/ /fe Houfe 0/ Lords. 305 Then the Lord Chancellor faid, " In Obedience to His Majefty's Commands, and by " Virtue of the Commiffion which has been now read, " We do Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1812, 24 March 1812

    o Cardigan Roads Bill Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Cafton En- clofure Bill: Haresfield Enclofure Bill: Hodie 3a vice leBaefl Bilk, intituled, " An A<ä for " enlarging the Term and Powers of Two feveral A£ts " of Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1812, 8 April 1812

    Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 619 The Oueftion was put, « Whether this Bill fhall " pafs ?" It was refolved in the Affirmative. Ritten, &c. Hodie f vice leäa eß Bilk, intituled, " An Aft Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GAWEN, John (d.1418), of Norrington, Wilts.

    her life, in return for a hall, two rooms, a garden, and three marks rent; and he held land at Trow in Brinkworth for which he paid £4 a year. Before 1389 he was given, for life, an annual rent


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