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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient borough Mills

    The ancient borough Mills MILLS The Castle Mill . There was a mill at Leicester by 1086 , when the Countess Judith was entitled to half of its profits. At the same date the Bishop of Lincoln possessed a

    The ancient borough Castle View

    The ancient borough Castle View CASTLE VIEW Castle View was a liberty consisting of the precincts of Leicester castle. The exclusion of the borough's authority from the castle no doubt originated in the fact that it was the seat

    The borough of Warwick Economic and social history to 1545

    The borough of Warwick Economic and social history to 1545 ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY TO 1545 It can only have been a small cluster of dwellings by a weir on the Avon that gave Warwick its name, 1 but

    Parishes Preshute Preshute, 1843

    Parishes Preshute PRESHUTE The history of Preshute, which adjoins Marlborough on the south, north, and west, has been closely involved with that of the borough from earliest times. 1 The prehistoric earthwork called the Mount which stands in Preshute

    Parishes Goldington

    Parishes Goldington GOLDINGTON Goldentone (xi cent.); Goldinton (xiii cent.); Goldyngtone (xiv cent.); Goldyngton (xiv-xvi cent.). Neuenham (xii-xiii cent.); Newenham (xiv-xvii cent.); Neuenam (xv cent.); Newnam, Newneham (xvi cent.); Putenehou (xi cent.); Putno (xii cent.); Potenho, Putenho, Potenhewe (xiii cent.);

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, April 1684, 21-30, 01 April 1684-30 April 1684

    Entry Book April 1684 April 1684 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. April 21. Royal sign manual to Richard Topham to pay 2,400 l . to the Duke of Grafton for his own use out of the

    Chapter 3, Murage, keyage and pavage

    Chapter 3 Murage, keyage and pavage Chapter III. ORIGIN OF THE TOWN DUES. In the first part of these Inquiries, the reader will observe, that it has been there stated, that on the 29th May, in the 17th year

    Henry VIII, November 1542, 26-30, 01 November 1542-30 November 1542

    Henry VIII November 1542, 26-30 November 1542, 26-30 26 Nov. Dasent's A.P.C., 55. 1126. The Privy Council. Meeting at Hampton Court, 26 Nov. Present : Norfolk, Suffolk, Russell, Winchester, Westminster, Gage, Browne, Wingfield, Wriothesley. No business recorded. 26 Nov.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. I Tuesday, August 27. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. S. Whitebouse, Selina Dennis Whitehouse, and AMary Ann Bennett, Petersburg cottage, Moscow road. Baysmvater, board- ing school keepers-C. Latham and T. Howarlib, Bolton-le- Moors, scboolmasters-F. and C. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTED" CLA~SS of ADVER11TS.EMENTIS. Y orcneoieinoortlon of the Icleaoo of anal AdLeeree pulvirsd1belors tho followiog aro tho preoaiad chargies, which lialrtt lbt ifladio In liostal notes. In WI cuses the Malrell ic counte' 7 it, cxtatch - 16 Wordse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1REW 1`'OBUtCATIONS. NEW AND ORIGINAL NOVEL BY "RITA.' Now Ready, at nil Libearico, iniThrec Volo.. liY LORD CONCEIT. By "RIUTA," Author of ThismeDurden," " My lady Coquette." Sic. p hsroduction is. in the catincation of competent critics, a dis- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pistrid Bfws. DUDILEY. Two WOMEN Foiuso DEAD cr BED-Some sensation was pro- duced in Wolverhampton Street yesterday, by two women named Collonen Duffy, aged about fifty years, and Catherine Duffy, aged about twenty, being found dead in their bed. Subscribers-only content

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