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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Markets and Fairs Saturday Market and St. Mary 's church, 1853

    Markets and Fairs MARKETS AND FAIRS The archbishop claimed in 1293 to hold markets in Beverley on Wednesday and Saturday by prescription 5 and those remained the chief market days. Two market places usually known at first as Fish

    Medieval Beverley Trade and Industry

    Medieval Beverley Trade and Industry Trade and Industry Until the rise of Hull at the end of the 13th century Beverley was the trading centre of the region. In part that role grew naturally out of the town's importance

    Street Names

    Street Names STREET NAMES The gazetteer covers the area of the former borough and includes all streets which existed by 1853 . 73 Several small bridges are also included. Streets are listed under their present-day names or their last

    The borough of Northampton Introduction Borough of Northampton . Gules on a mount vert a castle with three towers supported by two leopards rampant or .

    The borough of Northampton Introduction TOPOGRAPHY THE BOROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON Ham tune (x cent.); Nordhamtune, Northantone (xi cent.); Norhthamtune, Norhanthon, Norhantuna, Norhantona (xii cent.); Norhamptone (town seal) (xiii cent.). Borough of Northampton . Gules on a mount vert a

    Townships Barton

    Townships Barton BARTON Barton, 1195; there is no variation to record. Barton , usually called Barton-upon-Irwell to distinguish it from other places of the name, has a length of 7 miles from the north-eastern end, at which the parish

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal St. Edmund's Lodge

    Royal St. Edmund's Lodge (1008) Lodge Details SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1864 Warrant of Constitution: 9 March 1864 Cons. 19 May 1864 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 1008 Lodge Number

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACHOS Y CWERYL AG AFGHANISTAN. I 1. UN peth y mae yr ychydig oleoni ychwanegol a a gafwyd ar helynt Afghanistan wedi ei wneyd il ydyw dangos mai nid peth a ddaeth ar watthaf ;h y Llywodraeth yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marwolaeth MItiss MARY ELIZABETH WIL- IAMS, merch Mr. H. J. WILLIAMS, (Plenydd), Fourcrosses. 2 kriunyaa), m uurcruz;5Ue. Trwm genym gofnodi marwolaeth y ferch ieuanh uchod. Caaodd ei hamrantau ar y byd yn 16 mlwydd oed, fel blodeuyn yn tynu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFARFOD Y GYMDEGTHASFA AM CHWECH O'R GLOCH. xs oonaeral i'r cyfarfod hwn, bue y Pwyllgor Euwi ye eistedd, a chyfiwynwyd ganddo i gyfarfod y Gym- ieithaela enwau tri a fradyr,-Parchn. Dr. Cyeddylan Jones, Aaron Davies, a J. Wyndham Lewis,-i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFARFOD Y GYMDEITHASFA AM UN OM GLOCH._ Dechreuwyd gan y Parch.'W. T. Griffiths, Maesteg. YE Adroddiad Cyfarfod y Blaenoriaid. Mr. John Lloyd, Barry, a gynwynodd adrodd- " iad cyfarfod y blaenoriaid, yr hwn a welir mewn R colofn arall. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | ~ E = CE DI T FONCIER and fffl B soPuILIER of ENGqL IND (Limited). . ' sed Cap'ta1l j,0,000O, in 230,000 Shakres of 20 Subscribed, 2,00,000, In 100,000 Shares of 20 each. praid-up ... .. ... 500,000 Subscribers-only content

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