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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. In the late 16th and early 17th centuries Roman Catholicism was upheld in Leyton by the family of Thomas More ( 1531-1606 ), grandson of Sir Thomas More . 1 He

    Eynsham Protestant nonconformity

    Eynsham Protestant nonconformity Protestant Nonconformity In 1706 there were no dissenters in Eynsham and, except for a Quaker in 1738 , none were reported during the 18th century. 22 In 1802 one Quaker and a few Methodists were reported

    Parishes Drayton Beauchamp

    Parishes Drayton Beauchamp DRAYTON BEAUCHAMP Draitone (xi cent.); Dreiton (xiii cent.); Druton Bechame (xvi cent.). The parish of Drayton Beauchamp covers an area of 1,319 acres, of which 696 are arable land, 327 permanent grass, and 22 woods and

    Parishes Clent

    Parishes Clent CLENT 1 Clent is a hilly parish containing besides the village of Clent the hamlets of Upper Clent , where is situated the church, Lower Clent , Adam's Hill , Holy Cross and Rumbold, divided from the

    The ancient borough Protestant Nonconformity

    The ancient borough Protestant Nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY Leicester has been a flourishing centre of nonconformity since the 17th century, although the origins of dissent in the borough are hard to trace. Public opinion in the town during the Civil

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. All leters intended for p2ublication must be accowpnuient by the names and aldrs8cst of the ueritcrs, 'not neceosarily for publication, bti for the inforimation, of the Edfitor. Correspondents W~loset any specivalae upon their Gom- m anicatioens Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visallalum. THE NEW JUDGE.-The vacant seat on the Bench, in the room of the late Mr. Justice Crowder, has been filled by the appointment of the Solioitor-General, Sir Henry Keating. Nodecision has, we believe,been at present arrived at as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY. )itfore eressrs. Lane, Aliddfernore, Luciy arrd James.) tIesrNO BOOrTS.-Bli sisnn, printer, Bradford Street, was charged with stealing a patr of boots from the shop of Mr. Flem- r ing, shoe-maker, Dudley Street. Prosocutorstated that having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM POLIOE COURT. YESTERDAY. . Before Messre. T. C. S. Eynsersfep, W. LwayJ, and IW. iiddlemore. HloususirEAnitG.-Two young men, respeotively giving 't e names of Charles Mleek and Wifefam Smith, the former a shoemaker, and the latter a carter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRYCT NEWS. -| JV 0 TI CE. During the rebuilding of our premises the business of the jou61Yuot and Daily Post will be transacted at No. 6, Cannon Street, where advertisements and orders will be received. WOLVERHAN1PTON. BREARINO INTO Subscribers-only content

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