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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Bowden

    Great Bowden GREAT BOWDEN Great Bowden village lies on the south-east border of Leicestershire , about sixteen miles from Leicester . On the south and south-east the ancient parish of Great Bowden was bounded by the River Welland ,

    Parishes Bowes Vipont. Gules six rings or . Bowes . Ermine three long-bows gules .

    Parishes Bowes BOWES Bogis, Boues, Bouys (xii cent.); Bouas, Boghes (xiii cent.); Bouexe, Boughes, Bowes (xiv cent.). This parish is composed of the township of Bowes , containing the hamlets of Bowes Cross, Stoney Keld (Staynhoukeld, xiii cent.), Gallow

    Parishes Bassingbourn

    Parishes Bassingbourn BASSINGBOURN The parish of Bassingbourn , 1 20 km. south-west of Cambridge , is approximately rectangular, being bounded on the south by the Icknield Way and divided from Litlington to the west by Litlington mare, 2 a

    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 ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEA~NINGS. Anthrax has broker. out at Wirksworth, near M&atiuk. Four cows and one mare have died. General Booth will terminate his American tour in time to return here aL the beg-=inng oE reh-h. News has been received at Belfast Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3- TI" 7DAY, A-CRC 23, P0 TWO S .GS 17 AND MRS_ :. CHARLES SUGDEN 4AND :;I& FRED TERRY, T-JIM TEE PE NSIAN 5.c w =7Z. C;l- ;cl and Stalls. 4s, r- PSETIOCLAb RQUyST. MRS. CHARLES3 SUGDEN wf'F.Y> <F Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC COMPANIES. NEWBURW'S. The sharebolders of Newburyas at their fifth annual meeting, held at the Grand Hotel, Birmingham, yester- day, were preseated with a report which showed a divisiblebance (after aying the £500 voted to the Uniiversity scheme lset Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Wedncadry scannight, nt North Shields, Jimns Cotnlif'e, Esq. of B llaeurn, Laoeaashire, banker, to Mar, secrtd daunglter of John Ostlo, Esq. of Clifford-H1use, Norti, Shields. On Monday, at Snifith, Mr. John Holliday, nfthis tiwn, bookkeeper, to, Mary, second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -0YRKSHITE ITEMS. - Bes.Hc'kett. of Kirkstall Grange., enter- ii;eveaiu; ZOO children connected with seSchool ,ChiiiresfZs Mission (in which she I'eintorest), at z5r. James's falal, York-street, N:SA E oYs' ThSSrox.-On Satur- aululdiasatir of this misslun woe held at the 'hSunday Subscribers-only content

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