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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bucklebury

    Parishes Bucklebury BUCKLEBURY Borchedeberie (xi cent.); Burhildebur (xii cent.); Borghulbury (xvi cent.). The parish of Bucklebury contains nearly 6,131 acres. A detached portion of it lies to the north of the parish and another lies intermixed with parts of


    Charities CHARITIES 1 York appears always to have possessed a relatively large number of charitable endowments, if not, as has been asserted, a greater number than any other provincial town of comparable size. 2 Between 1820 and 1828 the

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 Warwick in 1788

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 THE SUBURBS FROM c. 1600. The form of the medieval suburb of West Street has persisted until the present day with remarkably few changes. The line of small dwellings

    Outlying townships Thearne and Woodmansey Thearne and woodmansey, 1788

    Outlying townships Thearne and Woodmansey THEARNE AND WOODMANSEY The villages of Thearne and Woodmansey , lying respectively about 3 km. and 4½ km. southeast of Beverley , occupy the low-lying ground between Beverley Parks and the river Hull .

    Parishes Cropredy CROPREDY c. 1830

    Parishes Cropredy CROPREDY The ancient parish of Cropredy covered 8,716 a. in the extreme north of the county, in a triangular area lying between Warwickshire on the west, Northamptonshire on the east, and Hanwell and Banbury on the south.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i L ?6c-iubtiqpethan, Vriobaun, &r. GENEDIGAETHAU. PUGH.-Ar yr 20fed cyfisol, priod Mr. H.E W. Pugh, Pugh, 40, Thurnham street, Liverpool, ar ferch, eu cyntafanedig. PRIODASAU. HALRIES-JONES.-Ar y 9led cyfisol, drwy drwydded yn nghapel Sion, Pwllheli, ye mhresenoldeb Mr. Evan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ETHOLIAD SIR FEIRIONYDD DEWISIAD YMGEISYDD TORIAIDD. Erbyn hyn y mae Sir Feirionydd yn nghanol berw etholiad. Wedi i'r Ceidwadwyr wneyd ymgais aflwydd- ianus bythefnos yn ol i gael un o'u plith eu hunain i ddyfod allan i wrthwynebu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MUNICOU'L ELECTIONS. In sod ST. PAUL'S WARD. tit sty A meeting of the Suppsorters of Mr. Charles Green, tissrt,' Led Liberal candidate for thle representation of the ward in the re it3 Town Council, wee held last evening Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 9j7H A.Tfl 1 I, O'<)V AiZ 3,1it!-F$(HA M. THE iuasr xa "PUVT 'JZVA&F1117 FlS r'AC"'14," V.ln~tns by tlii~ Ornbhabled At tin (Xe' ;anyr/ t~~~m 'Dex.1o ItSs I 2t~tf1iw l~t'ot;tNe)-, dsr ho (II L4-3W ts ,, by(haeles ~'x'ci YOUflrEfc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Smith Street district, comprising Bridge Hnd, Banbary Road, Bread Street, Cherry Street. Coton End, Coventry Road. Croes Street, Chapel Row, Chapel Street, Faotory Yacd, Gerraed Street, Guy Street, Guy's Cliff, Heathoote, MUl Street, Myton, Oil Mill Lane, rackmores, Paradise Subscribers-only content

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