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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stonton Wyville

    Stonton Wyville STONTON WYVILLE Stonton Wyville is situated about eleven miles south-east of Leicester . The parish, which is 1,217 a. in area, lies in the valley of a south-flowing tributary of the Welland , the river forming its

    Teversham Economic history

    Teversham Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. In 1086 the vill included 72/3 hides, half on the largest manor, and land for nine ploughteams. Of the six present, at least three were probably on the demesnes, the others belonging to the

    Parishes Caldecote

    Parishes Caldecote CALDECOTE Caldecote lies 6 miles west of Cambridge . In shape the parish is a long, narrow rectangle, containing 1,007 a., 1 of which 59 a. at its north-western corner were transferred from Bourn in 1949 .

    Parishes Marston

    Parishes Marston MARSTON Marston is the last parish which the River Cherwell skirts on its left or eastern bank before reaching Oxford , where it joins the Thames . The ancient parish of Marston was not coextensive with the

    Houghton on the Hill

    Houghton on the Hill HOUGHTON ON THE HILL Houghton on the Hill lies six miles east of Leicester on the main Leicester-Uppingham road . The original settlement lies on a side turning running south-westwards, but since the First World

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~'WA.NTED" CLASS of ADVERMSE, MENTS For eeensestles ineertlonsc of the slasees of small Advetsmn Iartoloatsed below the fOlDinwle are thoetoreaai ohlargeea :a-6mn A '6Words. Once *...... 6d. 1 7 to82 Wordsonce,. is. M£yer Ditto. Three Itiseriotlns.. Is. 0a Ditto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THFE BIRMINGHAM IOURIRNLNG FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, ,ViT STREET, BIRMMIYHAMIL ACEH ald BARKER respectfully B announce tlhnt they are nor maIking a iull display OF SIOUIJNING NOVELTIES, In every department of thei: Ectabiihamemnt, and they beg to state iQt they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIVATE CORRRESPONDENCE. LoNDox, Saturday. Dcl-i'ji the Parliamentary recess social grievances usulally "1cone to the front." They are quite as deservting of attention and discussion as political topics. What topic can be stamed, for example, more interest- ing to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ~~Aalte biV Mutonwf.M MILLAZILL. Leeds,-COPYlNG MACHINE, COUNTING. HOUSE FIXTURES, iron Safe, Wool Blue, Sorting Boards, Weighing MachIne, Warehouse Utensils, &c.-Free from Auction Duty.-Mr. JOHN HEPPER respectfully notifies that he Is directed by the Assignees of Mesnrs. Joseph Whalley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14F1118 V-!I PRTATEXTENSIVE, AND POSITIVEI VAI SALE OF RAILWAY MATERIALS, AND OTHER VALUA. fr ELES.-M~r. W. IV. SCOTT respectfully announces tha~t he C! is instructed by J. Stephenson), Fsq., rto oifer for un~reservd C SALE BY AUCTION. siss J1dasd Subscribers-only content

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

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    Thomas Bayley, Ralph Bayley, Royal Offences, 28/08/1695

    Thomas Bayley , Ralph Bayley and Joan his Wife , all of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , were indicted for High Treason in Clipping the currant Coin of this Kingdom, on the 23d. day of

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