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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rockbourne

    Parishes Rockbourne ROCKBOURNE Rochesburna (xi cent.); Rechesburna, Rochesburna (xii cent.); Rokeburn (xiii cent.); Rogborne (xvii cent.). Rockbourne contains about 3, 9231/2 acres, of which 2,029 acres are arable land, 1, 0391/2 acres permanent grass and 3021/4 acres woods and

    Parishes Malmesbury

    Parishes Malmesbury MALMESBURY The Town of Malmesbury stands on a steep hill almost encircled by the Tetbury and Sherston branches of the Bristol Avon . 1 The streams, flowing eastwards, come within 200 m. of each other at the

    Parishes Norton

    Parishes Norton NORTON Norton is 5 km. south-west of Malmesbury . 1 On Speed's map of 1611 the name Coloparle, in error for Cole Park , was juxtaposed to the name Norton , and Cole Park , a house

    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM AND TEDDINGTON before the inclosures in 1818 & 1800 respectively

    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM The old parish of Twickenham 1 has since 1937 been part of the borough of Twickenham , which also includes virtually all of the former parishes of Teddington , Hampton Wick , and Hampton . The

    County government 1530-1660

    County government 1530-1660 COUNTY GOVERNMENT. c. 1530-c. 1660 The Lord Lieutenant, p. 80. The Justices of the Peace, p. 87-(i) Structure of the Commission of the Peace, p. 88, (ii) Attendance at Quarter Sessions, p. 90, (iii) Functions of

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, October 1598, 1-15, 01 October 1598-15 October 1598

    Cecil Papers October 1598, 1 15 October 1598, 1 15 He. Sanderson to Thomas Liddell, Mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 1598, Oct. 1. To avoid inconvenience, he sets down in writing what he willed his servant Raphe Downes to deliver to

    Index, C, 01 January 1598-31 December 1598

    Index C C C , cypher for Lancelot Carleton in Udall's correspondence, 144, 146, 150, 151. Ca ., indicating a county, 88. Cadiz (Cales), 523. Essex's expedition to, referred to, 355, 501, 557, 567. the indirect effects of, 93.

    James I: Volume 32, April-May, 1608, 01 April 1608-31 May 1608

    James I: Volume 32 April-May, 1608 April-May, April 3. 1. Notice to be read by Mr. Owen, after divine service at Yardley and Denton, of writs issued from the Star Chamber, for appearance of Fras. Low, Thos. Stringer, and

    James I: Volume 44, March-April, 1609, 01 March 1609-30 April 1609

    James I: Volume 44 March-April, 1609 March-April, 1609. March 2. Whitehall. 1. Salisbury and Sir Julius Cæsar to the Commissioners for Sale of Woods. Relative to the decay of the lodges, pales, rails, & c., at Morehay Walk, in

    Index A-C, 01 March 1603-31 December 1610

    Index A-C A. B. Abbey-Holme Abbot , Dr. George, Dean of Winchester, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Bishop of London letters of, to Salisbury Abbots-Bromly Abbots-Langley Abbots-Ripton Abercromby , David Robert (jesuit) Abercromway , William Abercromy , Abraham James

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARVEY THURSBY, John (?1711-64), of Abington Abbey, Northants.

    HARVEY THURSBY, John (?1711-64), of Abington Abbey, Northants. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1741 1747 Stamford 1754 1761 Biography John Harvey Thursby’s great-grandfather, Robert Harvey, inherited in 1662 the considerable estates of his maternal uncle Hugh Audley, a moneylender. Of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £H I It 117arriagyes sent fromt a distzane must be auithenticated b the fi seie re of one of our A yetts, or bV that of a knlown coesr- t conceltcnt. Aunounecoents of' Births are subject to a charge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £ AWAU Ak Ayesg oeu is-ra a amtaner badt De authlenticated by tit0 Q/giaur oIL Onof oa~r aq Olor bYifath of a knoan, Correa- S ~Ood~ltI.Announcemenats or Birthrs are osuffict to a eharge of 2.i.eac n ed inuet be.psrit~alrtrld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aloltioll and Tarldim THE COURT. BUCKINcsTAetAw Pmt,%cr, TuIesT.cY.- The Queen visited her Royal Highness the Duchess of Glonces- ter veiterday, at Gloucester House. Prince Albert rode on horseback with the Prince oF Wales. The Princess Royal, attended by Lady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTIN ti tI ELLiWiENCE r ii ENGLISH SPORTING NOTES. C LONDON, SATVRD kY-W~ith the time dr'wimg -.apidly 11 sear for then opening of -the fdat racing szeaso it in only d reasonable, that matters in the Turf storm shoul~d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. I TowaR HAMLETS. - MR. THOMPSON AND MR. AYRTON.-On Wednesday evening a general meeting of electors and inhabitants of the Bethnal-green district of the Tower Hamlets took place at the Birkbeck School- room, Cambridge-road, to hear from Subscribers-only content

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