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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barley with Wheatley Booth

    Townships Barley with Wheatley Booth BARLEY WITH WHEATLEY BOOTH Barelegh, 1324. This township embraces three older divisions, and has a total area of 2,625 acres of hill country. 1 Barley Booth , to the west, has 1,396 acres; while

    Townships Chipping

    Townships Chipping CHIPPING Chipinden, Dom. Bk.; Chipping , 1242; Chepin, 1246; Chipindale, 1258; Chipin, 1258; the final g seldom occurs till xvi cent. Schepin and similar forms are found occasionally, 1292 and later. The northern boundary at Fairsnape Fell

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite

    Supplementary Records Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite WINDERMERE. UNDERMILLBECK AND APPLETHWAITE. 1348 15 September. Archbishop Zouche issued a commission for the dedication of a church-yard at Windermere. Reg. Zouche, ff. 71, 78, 79. 1377 1401 John Newthorp who was

    Index, A - K

    Index A - K For easier reference the variants of the same name have been brought together under a modernized form in many instances. The same name or subject frequently recurs on the same page without further reference to

    Cases before the Committee, March 1646, 01 March 1646-31 March 1646

    Cases before the Committee March 1646 March 1646 Sir Hen. Boothby, Bart., of Clattercote, Oxon, and Merchant of London. 1 March 1646. Vol. A No. or p. C. 182 645 647 P.E. 182 627 637 ACCTS. 182 631 L. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Life of General Sir William Napier, K.G.B., Author of ' History of the Peninsular War,' &c. Edited by H. A. Bruce, M.P. In Two Volumes. Murray. From "The Eagle's Nest," at Celbridge, near Dublin, as their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW WORKS. -0- FRASER'S MAGAZINE for JANUARY. Edited by J. A. FizouDrl, M.A. [On Saturday next. CONTENTS: On the Causes of the Crimean War. By F. W. Newman. The lnian Deficit. A Fortnight in Kerry. Second Article. By the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The Freethinkers in America include a very large per. centage of Germans. California's production of borax last 7ear was nearly 12,000,0001b., valued at over $617,000. The death was announced yesterday, as having accarred on Sunday last, or Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BOTESSA FORCE. Otono TEE Co pEFONENTnq OF THE Tmrxn.) It.a oc, hchhnFnzE~wxos, Aug. 13. ad The HuaFocwihllsattracted Bo much atten'. tion during the -Ashantee. war, and received such marked Draise for -heir. gallantry in Colonel Fasting's despaisla it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEh EmpmrO oF GmmAxY has issued a decree namingi the fortresses of Metz, Strasburg, THE LEEDS MERCURY. Duppel, and Alsen, after the various Field-karshals who took part in their capture during the wars with France and Denmark. TrE SuLTAX Subscribers-only content

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