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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hedgerley

    Parishes Hedgerley HEDGERLEY Huchelie, Huggele (xiii, xiv cent.); Hegeley, Hogeley (xv cent.); Hedgley (xvi cent.). Hedgerley is a well-wooded, hilly parish covering some 1,097 acres, of which 260 are arable land, 460 permanent grass, 255 woods and plantations and

    Parishes Fulmer

    Parishes Fulmer FULMER Folemere (xiii cent.); Fouwelemere, Foulmere (xiv cent.). Fulmer is a quiet rural parish, covering 1,370 acres, of which 138 acres are arable land, 537 permanent grass and 366 woods and plantations. 1 In 1895 524 acres

    Parishes Chalfont St. Peter

    Parishes Chalfont St. Peter CHALFONT ST. PETER Celfunde (xi cent.); Chaufunte St. Peter (xiii cent.). The parish of Chalfont St. Peter covers an area of 4,363 acres, of which 1,787 acres are arable land, 1,165 are permanent grass and

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 January 1772-31 December 1775

    General Index B B. Baccalar , Commandant at Bagdat , plague at Bagenall or Bagnall , Mr., duel with Col. Blaquiere Bagot , Richard, Esq. Bahama Islands , Governor of Chief Justice in spread of rebellious principles in Bailey Subscribers-only content

    Tables, January to December 1773, 01 January 1773-31 December 1773

    Tables January to December 1773 TABLES. January to December. 416 . Army, & c. Appointments, in the form of Commissions, of a somewhat special character. Name. Appointment. Date. Page. In Ireland, Military Entry Bk ., 1768 84. Paterson, James, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEW MINISTRY. Friday having been fixed by her Majesty for the reception of the new Premier ant his colleague, the Earl of Clarendon, the Queen, as announced, held a Privy Council, at one o'clock, at Windsor Castle. As Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ISHAFTESBURY AVENUE MURDER. STARTLING DEVELOPMENTS.: The Press Association says the developments in the Shaftesbury Avenue murder case, since the arrest of the Kazulars on Sunday, have taken an extraordinary turn, and the missing man Sohbnerfeld is being actively sought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GOSSIP FROM THE "WORLD-" The Queen intends to spend her birthday at Balmnoral, and a notitiation has been received at the Castle that Her Majesty will arrive there on Thursday, May 22nd. The Queen will stay at Balmoral until Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELL.ANEOIS, The Duke and Duchess of Somerset left the Admiralty on Slturday evening for Bulstrode Park, The Duke of Devonshire and Lady Louisa Cavensdish and' the guests at Bolton Abbey separate about the middle of the week, when his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Herbert Gladstone, III.P., is expeeted to open the new Mecbanlics' institution at Puthey On Wednesday next. Tnn LATE AMR. JNXyiNxs, OF LEEDS.-The funeral of tha late SMr. HeIry JennilJnt, one of the clerks t o Subscribers-only content

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