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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heston and Isleworth Syon House

    Heston and Isleworth Syon House SYON HOUSE. 86 Syon House, a three-storied structure of brick with some ashlar facings, square angle-turrets, and flat, lead-covered roofs surmounted by battlements, is built round a central, open courtyard about 80 feet square,

    Parishes Manningford Abbots

    Parishes Manningford Abbots MANNINGFORD ABBOTS The ancient parish of Manningford Abbots was situated 11/2 mile south-west of Pewsey and like its westerly neighbours was long and narrow in shape. 1 From the northern boundary at Swanborough Tump it stretched

    Over Stowey Economic history

    Over Stowey Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. The parish was probably divided for farming in 1086 into four: Plainsfield , the holding of Alfred d'Epaignes called Stowey , Aley , and the land on the Quantock Hills . Together, the

    Parishes Amesbury

    Parishes Amesbury AMESBURY Amesbury is a small town 12 km. north of Salisbury 1 at the centre of the eponymous parish, in which Stonehenge stands. 2 In the Middle Ages it had a wealthy nunnery; 3 in the 20th

    Introduction Introduction

    Introduction Introduction TOPOGRAPHY PURITON The ancient parish of Puriton lies on the gentle northern slope of the Polden ridge at its western end. The arable fields occupied the top of the slope, its grassland mostly on Puriton Level to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 4, October 1552, 01 October 1552-31 October 1552

    Addenda, Edward 6 - Volume 4 October 1552 October 1552 Oct. 14. Hexham. 15. Thomas Lord Wharton to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks for your letters from Hampton Court. I have sent the two letters, with the pardon for Paris, Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 8, May 1557, 01 May 1557-31 May 1557

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 8 May 1557 May 1557. May 2. Newcastle. 3. Henry Earl of Westmoreland to the King and Queen. It comforts me that you have taken my services at Scarborough in good part. I and the Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, Architects of note

    Appendices Architects of note THE ARCHITECTS. Sir Christopher Wren. It is interesting to note that Sir Christopher was engaged by Sir John Moore, in 1693, to design his school building at Appleby, a work that was carried out by

    Index, N, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Index N Nancy , Jan Batista: Powrie Ogilvy's Italian servant, 727. Naward Castle : in Brampton ward, 446; William lord Dacre, the warden, kept house at, 447; fray near, the land sergeant and nine killed, and Sir Thomas Dacre, Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1597-31 December 1597

    Index A A. Abbeville (Abvell), 38, 76, 88, 102, 104, 135, 187. rendezvous of the French army near, 100. letter dated at, 245. conspirators taken at, 517. Abdy , a draper, 376. Abrahall , a youth in Lord Shrewsbury's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL NEWS. THE Bsisos' oF DUesHAM.-Some few days ago we alluded to the insult perpetrated on the Bishop of Dur- ham by a multitude of " lewd fellows of the baser sort," who, employed by some reckless Tories of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT AND ARISTOCRACY. Parliament was on Tuesday prorogued, in the usual manner, to the 19th of December. Tale DUKE AND DUCnESS DR NEmouRs.-These dis. tinguished persons have arrived on a visit to the Queen. Their Royal Highnesses will remain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    100.5torript. SATURDAY, FEBRUABY 13. In opening the debate last night in the House of Commons, on the second reading of Lord G. Bentinck's Irish Railway Bill, the Chancellor of the Exchequerjus- tified Lord J. Russell's declaration, that, if the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HlEa QUARTERLY REVIEW N'o. CC''mLl LA ADVF:I'TISEIIlNTS for tie futclbcJl ia PILLS for be ormwaoded to the hublishels by to . in1crttoU ho the 5ith iostaut. Ott AtlbeO e street, 1odou. ,Jot. ~ REIEW, - - E VW 7LThiPET01LY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NAVAL AND MILITARY INTRLLTGENCE. Tcri Fetter VOYAGE or TILE SHsANxo.N.-Tbe Shannon, 51, screw frigate, Captain Peel, made her passage to the Cape in 52 days under sail, having experienced fine weather all the way. She made 302 miles the Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Programme

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    Programme

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