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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Langton

    Church Langton CHURCH LANGTON The ancient parish of Church Langton , four miles north of Market Harborough , contains five villages which are known collectively as the Langtons . It is divided into four civil parishes, East Langton ,

    Stonton Wyville

    Stonton Wyville STONTON WYVILLE Stonton Wyville is situated about eleven miles south-east of Leicester . The parish, which is 1,217 a. in area, lies in the valley of a south-flowing tributary of the Welland , the river forming its

    Gumley

    Gumley GUMLEY 1 Gumley lies eleven miles south-east of Leicester at the eastern end of a ridge of hills which runs from Husbands Bosworth through Mowsley and Laughton , north of the Welland valley. The civil parish, which is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE DERBY AND OAKS. I wren -ACK -eA ; L AQ - ark --. Ilie great sporting event of the year came off on Wednesday, under the most favourable circumstances: the road and the rail sent their scores of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,?Vzrtblg D'ofa. -LONDON, Saturday Evening. We are on the eve of another recurrence of those antient festivals osn the Dee-watered Olympic arena, for which the good old city of Chester has been so long popular. There will be a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2prtigg. ?Iltdligmct- CHESTER SPRING MEETING. Stewards, His Grace, tiles fnks sf lBeaufsrt, teMrquis of. Angeoy. and lice Earl of Wilton; Clerk of thcs Coesne Mr. Edward VT. Tolem judge, Mr. R. Jolenson, of York ; Starter, Mr. Hibburd ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,?P.qrfillq ?Ilttlfiqma. CHESTER SPRING MEETING. Stewards, His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, the Marquis of Anglesey, and the Earl of Wilton; Clerk of the Course, Mr. Edward W. Topham " ; Judge, Mr. R. Johnson, of York; Starter, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    calliltaial into ?Rfflmldlrg- MoNAy EVENING, Iay 10. Business was dull in every department of the Stock Exchange to-day. Prices of the Funds receded fully a quarter per cent., and the market WRS weaker at the close than it had Subscribers-only content

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