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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edington EDINGTON The parish of Edington lies about 2 miles east of Westbury . 1 It is an irregular rectangle in shape, with a wedge-like projection to the west. Its length from north to south is about 6 miles;

    Parishes Aldbourne Aldbourne c. 1838

    Parishes Aldbourne ALDBOURNE Aldbourne, a downland parish north-east of Marlborough and south-east of Swindon , includes Aldbourne village, the hamlets of Upper Upham and Woodsend and part of that of Preston , and the deserted hamlet of Snap .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IS WO.RE AND WAGES. Thon workmen in the employ of Mesrs. Chance 5rothers, alali rmnufacturs, Oldbury, have received an intimation that from the fret week in January next the number of working hours will be reduced from fifty- nine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    <s THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. (Renter's Teferafl:4.1 Pzsin, Mfarch 5.-In the Hungarian Delegation, the bill for a credit of 52,500,000 florins on account of rea extraordinary military expenditure was discussed. It was ma pointed oat in the course of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'r'-q" z. ' ~'DISTRICT NEWS. ` 1 . ,| WARWIOL , TOWN' OOOIL.-Yeeterdly. a monthly meeting of this th bod Was held ; tbe Mayor (Cousseillor Stanton) %rcduiig.' de body fo~llowing ' tnhew rates were made: General distsiit, D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT. RO USE OF. LORD, The Lord Chancellor took bis seat on the woolsack at E a qualrter-past four o'clock. Lord Winmarleigh, the Earl of Cawdor, and Lord St, John took the catii and subscribed the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORK AmD WAGES. THE LARGE AND SMQALL CHAIN MAKERS. The conference of employers and men in the large and small chain trade at Dudley yesterday afternoon proved a failure. Some twenty-six men (delegates) attended, but only one representative of Subscribers-only content

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