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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Almshouses Shrewsbury

    Almshouses Shrewsbury 33. THE MERCERS' ( OR ST . CHAD 'S) ALMSHOUSES, SHREWSBURY These almshouses were founded in the early 15th century by Benet Upton , who endowed them with rents arising from two tenements in High Street .

    Gloucester Sites and remains of religious houses

    Gloucester Sites and remains of religious houses SITES AND REMAINS OF RELIGIOUS HOUSES LLANTHONY PRIORY. 1 The priory of Llanthony Secunda occupied a low-lying site south-west of the town, bounded on the west side by the lane to Hempsted

    Social history Charities for the poor

    Social history Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR For a small and relatively rural parish Chelsea received many charitable donations at an early period, 11 charities being endowed between 1590 and 1660 and a further four before

    Parishes Streatley with Sharpenhoe

    Parishes Streatley with Sharpenhoe STREATLEY WITH SHARPENHOE Straillei, Stratlei (xi cent.); Stredlegh (xiii cent.); Shappenho (xiv cent.); Sharpenhoo (xv, xvi cents.). Streatley is a village and parish with an area of 2,500 acres, of which 1,885 are arable land,

    Ealing and Brentford Manors

    Ealing and Brentford Manors MANORS. The manor of EALING or EALINGBURY was presumably the 10 hides at Ealing granted in 693 × 704 by Ethelred, king of Mercia, to the bishop of London for the augmentation of monastic life

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OLD BAILE Y. On Mond~ay, .lickard Broderick was put to the Bar: he was otte of several prisorners who bad p-eaded griity Of laving forged 1Parth Notes it hic poasessions but it secnms some of them had been inducedc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW.S FROM]: THfE CONTTNENT, RECEIVED YE.S- TERDAY AFTERNOON. NiNT5 BuLLE-TIN OF 7THB FRENCHF ARMY. Yienne, Mvay 19. After the army hadf a few days rest at V inna, the necessary prepajations were made for the important passage of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EASTr INDIES. _ ~ ~~~~ il A ne war, as our readers know. haa bmn C<q' nnmced in wa -hich inav lead to very Iml L" sul&,-caueud, as the Government papers Is -t Ferru ujsilt ,ondulct of the GQovernment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. I DREADFUL ACCIDENT Blzom FtRB-DADIP.-011 Me1siaV ":ilit la': Whitehaven was thrown into the utmost agitationl, by :aan li xphi of fire-damp, fromthe William Pit (a name of disastrous imnori-i i:ine helongine to the Earl of Lonsdale. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. A fire broke out on Tuesday night, sooim after tea o'clock, at Marriott's c uttol.mulnfactoryb Co ipton-street, Clerkenwell. By the exertions of the ;6nen it vvas prevented extending beyood that building, thLe isterior of vllicb, however, Subscribers-only content

 

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