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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney BURNHAM with LOWER BOVENEY Burneham (xi cent.). The old parish of Burnham consisted of several districts or liberties which were enumerated at the ordination of the vicarage in 1266 as Boveney , Brittilthrup, Britwell

    Parishes Farnham Royal with Seer Green

    Parishes Farnham Royal with Seer Green FARNHAM ROYAL WITH SEER GREEN The parish of Farnham Royal included in 1831 the hamlets of Hedgerley Dean, Seer Green and Salt Hill . 1 In 1847, however, Seer Green became an ecclesiastical

    Archaeology The Lower Palaeolithic Age

    Archaeology The Lower Palaeolithic Age ARCHAEOLOGY THE LOWER PALAEOLITHIC AGE Most of the Lower Palaeolithic archaeological material in Middlesex has come from either the river gravels or the brickearths which in many areas overlie them. So far no evidence

    Religious Houses Houses of Augustinian canonesses

    Religious Houses Houses of Augustinian canonesses HOUSES OF AUGUSTINIAN CANONESSES 4. THE PRIORY OF ST . MARY, CLERKENWELL The Priory of St. Mary at Clerkenwell was a house of Augustinian canonesses, although it is often described both by contemporaries

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLS AND BEQUESTS, The folloWing wills have just been proved: -Of Me; ~ Frederick Sohwinni, formerly of No. 6,14oorgate Street, P and of. Manchester And Glasgow, but late of No. 23 Si Gloucester Squatre, merchant; personalty tipviaraR of' £6280,000.-Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A r : ZTTES. IZETFr, June 15, 1841.) lN,5~~r~1~LPS DISSOLV'ED. W. Robiol S 'Trinity souare, corn merheants-H. Luke an de rors-R. AndJ. Bell, Alnwick, Northem- berland, b aoo ts-Turner and LoCgbottom, Halifax, Yorkshire, WsamstterTa . Chittenden, JeroYn street, mahiters-H1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STELPLE-CHASINC. I - TEEPLE.CHASES TO COME. Dec. be-Cliford. Jan. 2Y-H91reford (two) ................. Aristocratic closes Jan. 1. 5o-Heeford (two) ..............-.Grand Annual closes Jan. 1. _Birningham, tih Husarso (Lord A. Paget's Cup) .... Closed. Febs. 4i-Leirnlwardine. 27-Herefordsbire and Monmoutbahire..........c ses Jan. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. SOUTH LoisnoN CLIua.-The Members of this Club intend meeting on Thursday next, the 1st of May, on the Beehive Ground, Walworth, for a d ' lay and oPeni-g dinner, when a strong muster is expected. Wickets pitched at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHASE. ETheluniung Fixtures are given infull in our hoofirst editions.] HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAG-TlOUNaDS. Her Majest 'osNloindav, New Ladge; Wednesday, Dolphin (Slough/; Friday, Skiraiet (Mlairlw); at el~evn. Surrey-Tuesday, Mr. Maydivell's, Leatherhead; Saturday, Reigate. u)otehas. Brighton-51onday, Putcham; Wednesday, the Race Subscribers-only content

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