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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St. Andrew Rural

    Parishes St. Andrew Rural ST. ANDREW RURAL The civil parish of St. Andrew Rural is one of the outlying parts of the borough of Hertford and was separated from the urban parish of St. Andrew by the Local Government

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    Parishes Hertingfordbury HERTINGFORDBURY Herefordingberie (xi cent.); Hertfordburia, Hertfordingebyre, Hertfordiggebiry (xiii cent.). The parish of Hertingfordbury has an area of 2,644 acres, of which 1,223 acres are arable land and 7501/2 acres are permanent grass. 1 The greater part of

    Parishes Essendon

    Parishes Essendon ESSENDON Essendene (xi cent.); Isendene (xiii cent.); Esyngden (xvi cent.). The parish of Essendon is bounded on the north for some distance by the River Lea , which crosses its north-west and north-east corners. Near the southern

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. GENTLEMEN v. PLAYERS. I Yesterday was enother lovely day for cricket, and a large 11 crowd of Spectators took the opportunity of seeing the continual C ttr'n of the Geintlemian and Players match at Kennlngtoo Oval, VM the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    APPLICATIONS TO PARLIAMENT. The followong particulars with respect to bills to be laid before Parliament, in the ensuing session, by the Leeds i Corporation, the Leeds and Liverpool Canal Cormpany, and the MidlanId, Great. Northern, and Lancashire and Yorkshire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aI- q 0D On the 22ndimat., Mrs. GORno MARCHi, of a daugh ter. C 14611 On Thursday last, at St. George',i church, Haunover-eqeare, London, ISir EDMUND FILlUon, lart., of REst Sutton, Kest, to MAIL? GEms- d GIANA CAROLINE, daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    All Noltces of Mlarriage or Death seat from a distance musint be i- ,snthenticated by the etaneature of one of our Atoeois, or by that le of a knoton correspondent those left at the office by the sender. dd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. TO SEOIWTARIES Oi.' 'CRICKET A2ND LAWN TENNIS CLUJBS. We shall be gladto receive cardisof fixtures, also recorts of matches played, in time for publication in Alondasp'a Msroriyv. LANCASHIRE v. GLOUOESTERSHIRE. In loss than an hour aind a quarter Subscribers-only content

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