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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashbury

    Parishes Ashbury ASHBURY AEcesbyrig (ix cent.); AEcesburuh, AEscesburh (x cent.); Eissesberie (xi cent.); Esseberia (xii cent.); Aissebyri, Aschebury (xiii cent.); Ayssebury (xiv cent.); Asheburye, Asbury (xvi cent.); Isbury 1 (xvii cent.). The parish of Ashbury 2 contains 5,609 acres,

    Parishes Bishopstone Bishopstone c. 1758

    Parishes Bishopstone BISHOPSTONE Bishopstone is 10 km. east of Swindon on Wiltshire 's border with that part of Oxfordshire which was formerly part of Berkshire . 1 The parish, 3,520 a. (1,424 ha.), was increased to 2,299 ha. (5,681

    Index

    Index An italic page number refers to a map or illustration on that or the facing page. The following are among the abbreviations used: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; archit.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. At Wemyss Castle, Lady Emma Wemyss, of a daugl tcr, still-born. At his Lordship's residence, Grosvenor-street, the Countess of Kinnoul, of a son. In Wilton Crescent, Lady Catherine Bulkelev, of a son. In Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, the lady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL -PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. BfoNiDA, May 29.-Upon the report of the amendments to the comeszge Vorkmes Education Bill being considered, Lord GRAX- s1ME proposed to substitute for the first clause another enacting that the children of Dissenters should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Now ready, SE pages, 8vo, price is.; in cloth, 2s., THE WOMAN QUESTION. rAvrns Rs~rJZlqTED FTOa 'Tlax ExAamiEa.' CONTENTS: The Female Franchise; Women's Electoral Disabilities; "The Woman Question;" The Vice of Contentment; Women and War; Women and Work; Dowries; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE OLD MEETING, DIRMINGHA.M. After a long interval, the pastorate of this congregation o 1, (the oldest amongst the Nonconformists in Birmingham) si is again filled, the R1ev. Joseph Wood, of Wycliffe Con- ti Ly gregational Church, Leicester, baving Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ftortiq juttll?trat MA|NCHESTER BETTING-SATUBDAY- Wo had but a quiet day here: there still appeared a dis- position to lay against Shafto and Little Agnes. For the Chester Cup Go a-hoad -and Gorsehill seem quite gong); 1,00 to 5 Subscribers-only content

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