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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    List of maps and plans LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS Unless otherwise stated the maps and plans listed below are based on the Ordnance Survey with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved, and

    Horninglow Education

    Horninglow Education Education There was a day school in 1833 , probably replaced by the National school opened in 1846 on a surviving piece of the village green at the junction of Horninglow Road North and Farm Road. Paid

    Parishes Bishop's Tachbrook

    Parishes Bishop's Tachbrook BISHOP'S TACHBROOK Acreage: 3,575. Population, 1911, 578; 1921, 552; 1931, 525. The parish lies just south of Warwick , on either side of the road from that town to Banbury , its northwestern corner, which adjoins

    The borough of Warwick The castle and castle estate in Warwick Warwick Castle Wedgnock Park 1845 Castle Park c. 1954

    The borough of Warwick The castle and castle estate in Warwick THE CASTLE AND CASTLE ESTATE IN WARWICK WARWICK CASTLE was founded in time of war as a royal fortress and remained in the family of its first custodian

    Modern Colchester Political history

    Modern Colchester Political history POLITICAL HISTORY The Reformed Borough 1835-92 National politics, as manifested in movements like Chartism and events like the repeal of the corn laws, affected politics in Colchester , but local circumstances, such as the strength

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, September 1593, 01 September 1593-30 September 1593

    Cecil Papers September 1593 September 1593 M. Chasteaumartin to Lord Burghley. 1593, Sept. 3/13. The Spaniards' design to send forces into the river of Bordeaux is broken because of the truce with France, which has so confused their affairs

    Entry Book, February 1680, 01 February 1680-28 February 1680

    Entry Book February 1680 February 1680 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. Feb. 3. Same to same of John Taylor's petition for a place as riding coast surveyor upon the coast of Yorkshire from Hull to Newcastle,

    Index, D, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    Index D D. Daccombe , Dackombe : James; 168. Robert, captain of footbands; 293. letter from Ostend; 464. Dachstein ; 492. Dackes , William, of London; 176, 179. Dacre : Elizabeth; 181. Francis, letter from; 181. late of the

    Entry Book, July 1683, 2-15, 01 July 1683-31 July 1683

    Entry Book July 1683 July 1683 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. July 2. Henry Guy to the Auditors of Imprests to send to the Earl of Anglesea an authentical copy of the 20,000 l . charge

    Cecil Papers, March 1599, 16-31, 16 March 1599-31 March 1599

    Cecil Papers March 1599, 16 31 March 1599, 16 31 Dr. Stanhope to Sir Robert Cecil. 1598/9, March 16. This gentleman, Mr. John Strangman, was brought unto me by Robert Thurston, constable of St. Botolph s, Billingsgate, being lately

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VARWVICKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. SHOW NX WARWICK. The antnual allow in connection with the WarwielcahirO CMi Agqricuiltural Society was openled yesterday. at JNalrwiok. About fourteen acres of thle racecourse had been enclosed, Le arid. over 2,000 lineal feet of shedding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARWICK TOWN COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the Town Council was held at the Court House, yesterday; Mr. F. W. Arkwrighe Mlayor, presiding.-The General Purposes Committee re. potted that they had again carefully considered the ques. tion of making Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lvgiRWIO]x. A JflvENmLc TirF.-Yesterday, at the Court-house- before Major BLason nrud Mr J,. S. Baly-a lad of 11, named John William Sbeasby, living with his parents in Monk Street, was charged with stealing a watch and chain, value £7., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5ROrthig ?Rtdliqtlv. LICHFIELD AND DERBY MEETINGS, 1858. The first-named of the above meetings commenced on Monday last, August 30th. Ten races were set down to be decided in the two days, namcely, five on each day. The entries showed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5porting 3RtfIlipm. TATTEItSALLVS.-YE0T9RDAY.. LEANINOGTON STAKES. 9 to 1 agst Rosati-taken. 5 - 1 - Twnstall Maid--offered. 10 - 1 - Laodamia-tsken. ST. LEGOR. 5to 2 agst Toxophilite-offered. 325 100 - Fitz Roland-taken. 7 - - The Hadjl-Offered. it - Subscribers-only content


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