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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The sixteenth century Economy

    The sixteenth century Economy Economy The continuing economic decline of the town, caused largely by a falling off in the wool and cloth trades, led Leland to remark that 'there was good cloth making at Beverley but that is

    Stoke Newington Charities for the poor

    Stoke Newington Charities for the poor Charities for the poor 40 Margaret Jekyll of Newington Green , by will proved 1548, devised a rent charge of 10 s . a year for the poor of Stoke Newington but there

    Funtington

    Funtington FUNTINGTON The parish, containing 3,762 acres, is divided from Bosham on the south by the Portsmouth-Chichester road as far as Bosham Station , and then by Ratham Lane and Clay Lane , from which the bounds run north

    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT AND LITTL E HALLINGBURY 1980

    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT HALLINGBURY Great Hallingbury is a rural parish 4 km. south-east of Bishop's Stortford ( Herts .). 1 It is within the metropolitan Green Belt and has been designated an area of special landscape value. 2

    Parishes Buckden BUCKDEN PALACE BUCKDEN The PARISH CHURCH of ST MARY .

    Parishes Buckden BUCKDEN Bugedene (xi cent.); Bugendena, Buggeden, Bukeden (xiii cent.); Bokeden (xv cent.); Bugden (until late xviii cent.). Buckden lies on the road from Huntingdon (4 m. north-east) to St. Neots (south-east), i.e., the London or Great North

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A ABERYSTWYTH. I.-_ - --_ 1l ___ . - r Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod Iliosog a brwdfrydig, yn y a Nenadd Ddirwestol yn y dref hon, noB Fawrth, y l4eg, i wrando ar Mr. David Davies, yr aelod parchus e dros Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .- LLUTNDAIN. CYXAfNF T IASG, 1877. Dechreuodd y eyfarfodydd hyn eleni dan amgylchiadau gwahanol i'r un 'dwyddyn fdaenorol. Am ystod o haner canrif yr oedd-hen gapel Jewin Crescent wedi bod yn gyrchfan i holl. Fethodistiaid y Brifddinas. Yno yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VIDOCQ. Tomorrow, royal itmo. price Gs. in boards, iTlEf IOIRS of VIDOCQ. Written by HIMsELF. Vol. I. At a-f. Videcq will be enrolled in the memoirs of all time as one of the most ratroerdinary characters of his age. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZES. .. I YoaK, AUGUST 6.-TATE V. LINTON AND WIFE.-This was an action hrpught by a husband to deprive his wife of her clothes. Mr WIaLMs stated that the plaintiff had married the daughter of the defendants, and as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL EXAMINER. CITY, SATURDAY, ONE O'CLOCX. There has been but little fluctuation in the funds since our last; but towards the end of the weel;, their tendency has been downwards. The expectation of Var between France and Russia seems Subscribers-only content

 

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