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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Easthampstead

    Parishes Easthampstead EASTHAMPSTEAD Lachenested (xi cent.); Jeshamsted (xii cent.); Esthampsted (xiii cent.); Leshamsted (xiv cent.). The parish of Easthampstead , which lies within the royal forest of Windsor , covers an area of 5,295 acres. Nearly one-fifth is heath

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    Parishes Hertingfordbury HERTINGFORDBURY Herefordingberie (xi cent.); Hertfordburia, Hertfordingebyre, Hertfordiggebiry (xiii cent.). The parish of Hertingfordbury has an area of 2,644 acres, of which 1,223 acres are arable land and 7501/2 acres are permanent grass. 1 The greater part of

    Parishes Hampstead Norris

    Parishes Hampstead Norris HAMPSTEAD NORRIS Hanstede (xi cent.); Hamsted (xii-xvi cent.); Hampstead (xiii-xx cent.); Cifrewast (xiii, xiv cent.); Ferrers (xiv, xv cent.); Norris (xvi-xx cent.). The parish of Hampstead Norris lies on both sides of the Pang Brook, and

    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. In 1086 NORTH PETHERTON manor was part of the king's land and had never paid geld. 85 Its holders owed a fee farm to the Crown; 86 in 1761 the farm of

    Index A-J

    Index A-J NOTE. An italic page-number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish or hundred are indicated by bold-face type. Abendon , Thos., rector of Fiddington , Abraham

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix I, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    Appendix I August 1661 August 1661 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. Aug. 2. Reference by same to the Attorney General and Surveyor General of Crown Lands of the petition of Charles, Earl of Derby; said petitioner

    Charles I - volume 198, August, 1631, 01 August 1631-31 August 1631

    Charles 1 - volume 198 August, 1631 August, 1631 Aug. 1. 1. Petition of George Cadman, Master Gunner of the Mary Rose, to the Lords of the Admiralty. Being afflicted with dimness of sight, prays them to appoint Martin Subscribers-only content

    General Index, E, F, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    General Index E, F E. Eagle , the Earl , Mr., Proctor at Oxford, oration made by Earle , Giles Earl Marshal , see Howard, Thomas, Earl of Arundel and Surrey. Earsham , hundred, Norfolk Eastcombe , otherwise Nethercombe, Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, E

    Index of persons and Places E E. Eachwick , Echwick, co. Northumberland, 419. Eales , Samuel, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Westminster, 253. Eare (Aires, Earl), Gilbert, solicitor, defalcation by, 38, 40, 169, 383. -,

    Charles II - volume 40, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    Charles II - volume 40 August 1661 August, 1661 Aug. 1. 1. Sir John Nicholas to Williamson. His father wants an answer to the Venetian Ambassador's credentials. The letter to Mons. Van Ahlfeldt should mention the reasonable proposals made Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. Private letters from Paris state that the Duchess Alexander of Wurtemburg (the Princess Mary of Orleans) was delivered of a Prince at Neuilly, at 11 o'clock on Monday forenoon. The Duchess of Orleans arrived at the chateau of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. WOLVERHAMPTON MEWrING. YESTERDAY. STtWARDS. Earl of Stamford and Warrington, Lord Courtenay, R. C, Naylor, Esq. Claerk of the Course-3Mr. J. H. MeGeorgo, Barton-on-Trent. Secrrtary and Treasuror-Mr. Moseley, Deaaery Row. Judge-Mr. Jobnson, of York. Two items, closing overnight, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SBTANGFE PR~OCEEDINGS AT CLATR>EOUNT METHODIST FREE CHURCJI, SOABERO', TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GnTI.RMaN,-Under the above heading a series of misrepresentations appear in your columns of yesterday. With your leave, I will, as briefly as possible, give Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TH? COURT. Sund ay. The Queen walked yesterday morning with Princess Beatrice, and Her Majesty drove in the afternoon'to the Glengalt Statue, with 1rincess Beatrice ard the Countess of Erioll. The Right Hon. Sir M. Hiclis.Beach had the honour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHOLERA. BELFAST. New cases Died Recovered Remaining Aug. 3. 30 1 40 161 4. 46 5 40 162 5. 20 3 22 157 6. 30 2 30 155 Total cases 1692; deaths 256; recoveries 1281. The cause of Subscribers-only content

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