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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, U, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    p. 549. Ubateville , 955 n. Uckington , Glouc., p. 564 (? Okyngton ). Udalricus , Dr., of Strasburg, Wyatt's correspondent in Almain ( Hulrike the Almain ), 264, 337, 419, 589. -, -, letter from, 589. Udart , Thos.,

    Index of names and places, U, V

    U. Ubley , co. Somerset, ii. 982. Uckington . See Utkinton. Uffington (Offington), co. Berks, ii. 260. Ufflet , John, ii. 277. Ugborough (Ugborow), co. Devon, ii. 624. Ulnes Walton , co. Lancaster, ii. 627. Ulster , province of, i.

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    ships from Tyrrel [Sir Thos. ] , judge Tyson , John, petition of Thos. Margaret, wife of petition of U Uckington , co. Gloucester, resident at Ugbrook , Devon, letter dated from Uniformity , Act of, alluded to United Countries Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, March 1764, 21-30, 21 March 1764-31 March 1764

    Wycombe . Ds. Grantham . Ds. Scarsdale . Ds. Boston . Ds. Lovel & Holland . Ds. Ligonier . PRAYERS. Uckington, and other Roads, Bill. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Mr. Clive and others: With

    July, 1659, An Act for settling The Militia in England and Wales., 26 July 1659-26 July 1659

    Baronet, Sir William. Brereton Baronet, Robert Duckenfield, Thomas Croxton, Thomas Stanley, Thomas Marbury, Thomas Brereton, Edward Hide, John Crew of Uckington, Jonathan Bruen, Esqs; Col. Henry Birkenhead, Roger Wilbraham Esq; Colonel Robert Venables, Colonel William Massey, Captain Edward Gleg of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 March 1764, 27 March 1764

    Salop ; and alfo for amending " and widening the Road from the Sign of The Horfe- " fhoe in Uckington to Longnor Green, and ajfo from the " Weft End of Hatcham Bridge to the Crofs Houjes " upon Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1764, 30 March 1764

    the County of Salop; and alfo for amending and widening the Road from the Sign of The Horfe Shoe in Uckington to Longnor Green, and alfo from the Weft End of Hatcham Bridge to The Crofs Houfes upon the Bridgenorth Subscribers-only content

    4 April 1764, 4 April 1764

    County of Salop ; and alio for amending and widening the Road from the Sign of The Horfe Shoe in Uckington to Longnor Green, and alfo from the Weft End of Hatcham Bridge to The Crofs Houfes upon the Bridgenorth Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1764, 5 April 1764

    the County of Salop; and alfo for amending and widening the Road from the Sign of The Horfe Shoe in Uckington to Long- nor Green, and alfo from the Weft End of Hatcham Bridge to The Crofs Houfis upon the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    Powers of Road Afts 12° Geo. 1. and 3° Geo. 2. above-mentioned; and alfo to amend and widen Road from Uckington to Longnor Green, and from Hatcham Bridge to The Crofs Houfes on the Bridge- north Turnpike Road;-brought from H.C. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nl. xilsri. A'idgsto, woollen-draper. Attorney, Mr. Hurst, tilik-street, (licapside. M. Sclomna, Birmingham. jeweller. Attornev, Mr. Whinde, Jolhll-stlreet Bedlrd-row. J. Herbert, Uckington, Gloucester, farmer. Attornief, Messrs. VizP rel'. tlctetcinoun, an d Blower, I illCOll0 11113. D. WoVt, Southiwick, Durham, sliip-builder. Attorney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    harvest has commenced most auspiciously in this neigh- bourhood. The sickle and the scythe are both in activity. At Boddington, Uckington, Cleeve, Badgweorth, and in the vicinity generally, some wheat has been already carried; and the crops, so far from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, October 31, Tlltois Woodi .Thursday, November 2, Bull, Withams Commnon; Saturday, 4: Bit COTSWOLD '(at 11).-Wednesday, No vember 2, Uckington Vil- - lage; Saturday, 4, Hilcot Down. a COTSWOLD 'OATH (at 11).-This day, October 31, The Ken- El a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I3 30, Rirtlington Roundabonts; Thursday, January 1, Charndos oil Comnoan ; Saturday, 3, Harley Mow. COTSWOLD (at 11).-Thistday, December 29, Uckington Vilsge; VI! tWdnesday, 31, INorthleach; Saturday, January 3, Rendoobe I X CorgNoD, NoeTc.-Tssesday, December 30, Toddington; Thursday, January 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Messrs. Ur. Roberts and Thos. Robinson. Shurdington: Mr. D. Theyer. Staverton: Mr. J. Tanner. Swindon: Rev. J. W. Goodlske. Uckington. Mr. T. Woodward. Upper Hatherley: Mr. J. Tombs. With only three exceptions these members were all present, as also Subscribers-only content

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