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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Acton Introduction Acton Acton, 1 parish lies c . 8 km. west of Hyde Park Corner , 2 bounded on the north by Willesden and West Twyford , on the east by Hammersmith , on the south by Chiswick

    Acton Churches

    Acton Churches CHURCHES. A church dedicated to St. Mary existed by 1231 , when Walter, rector of Acton , held a house from Peter FitzAlulf. 82 The church served the whole parish until 1872. 83 The benefice was a

    Acton Protestant nonconformity

    Acton Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. Richard Baxter ( 1615-91 ), the puritan divine ejected from Kidderminster (Worcs.) in 1662 , moved to Acton in 1663 and lived near the parish church. 37 He observed that the Independent ministries of

    Acton Local government Borough of Action

    Acton Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Manorial government. In 1294 the bishop of London successfully claimed view of frankpledge, infangthief, outfangthief, the assize of bread and of ale, fugitives, goods, and amercements of tenants in Acton , as part of

    Parishes Acton Beauchamp

    Parishes Acton Beauchamp ACTON BEAUCHAMP Hactone, Aactune, Actun (viii cent.); Actune, Acton , ultra Tamedam, Hactona (xiii cent.); Acton Beauchamp (xiv cent.). Acton Beauchamp , formerly in Worcestershire , was transferred to Herefordshire in 1897 . 1 The River

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I - EI I TRADE OF 'THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. It BTIM'N(551AM, Friday Evening. Sutj it Tity customary Midsummer lull, laygely rieferable toth ~.holidbW influences and the nbsorbhcg chisy, of afooktak1ii hgo mtrc d is Still evidently weighing upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTES. _____ . zips -nAo.1 ._ r s^_o f_ ALBRIGHTOaN (at 10.q45).-Saturday, November 25, Daretp, Tuesday, 28, Ivetsey Bank; Thursday, 30, Church Eaton; [e day, December 1, Chnrcbill Station; Saturday, 2 Bell Inn, i" ATsIIRSToNE (at 11',-This day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING NOTES. It zeust have surprised those who assisted at Warwick to, find the going so good at Four Oaks Park this afternoon, when ithe weather turned out Oins, and tharg was a fair compesy present. Nothing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING lNTELLIGEV7I FOUR OAKS PA~RK RACES. -SATURDky 5.That there should oan increase inthe Isuster atthin pI 3ir. reunion on Saturday Is not surprising, when th mrvdt of the weather Ia considered. In fact, the al~pei tI the tionss were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS: AasBrsoaroeN (at 10.46).-This day, November28, Ivetsey Bank- Thursday, 30, Church Eaton; Friday, December 1, C urchili n Station; Saturday, 2 Bell Inn, Tont. f' ATrEpiToNisc(at 11.--Tbis day, NbvemberM28, Red Gate; Wed. nesday, 29, Crickets Inn - Friday, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN LOVEJOY, JOHN GODDARD, Theft, 14/09/1785

    784. JOHN LOVEJOY and JOHN GODDARD were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 22d day of July last, seven live ducks, value 7 s. the property of John Bedford , Esquire . WILLIAM LOCK sworn. I am footman to

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