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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park HARNALL, RADFORD , AND WHITMORE PARK HARNALL Harnall is the former name of the district in Holy Trinity parish, part of which was

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Foleshill

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Foleshill FOLESHILL The large ancient parish of Foleshill lay to the north of Coventry . The area of the parish was 2,689 acres in 1891 . 79 Parts of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675 ECONOMIC HISTORY. Ducklington 's open fields covered much of the central part of the township. 76 Before inclosure in 1839 the furlongs were grouped in five fields, with Beanhill field

    Parishes Ardley

    Parishes Ardley ARDLEY The parish lies on either side of the OxfordBrackley road, roughly mid-way between the markettowns of Bicester and Brackley ( Northants ). In the early 18th century it was described as of 'not many more than

    Parishes Wokingham

    Parishes Wokingham WOKINGHAM Wokyngham or Wokynham (xiii cent.); Ockingham, Okingham , Okyngeham, Oakingham , Wokinghame (xvi cent.). Wokingham was formerly situated in two counties, most of the town being in Berkshire , a part of the town and about

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, 1833-35

    Council Minutes 1833-35 Cardiff Corporation Minute Book. 1833 1835. 1833 Sept r 27 Friday. To fill vacancies caused by the deaths of Joseph Wheeler, Thomas Bourne and Francis Minnitt, the following were made Assistants and Capital Burgesses, namely, John

    Manorial records, Introduction

    Manorial records Introduction CHAPTER III. Manorial Records. MANORIAL Records are those which, appertaining to the government of a manor or lordship, are or have been in the legal custody of the Lord or his Steward. They are to be

    Council Minutes, Book No.VII (3), 1818-33

    Council Minutes Book No.VII (3), 1818-33 Minutes of Council. Book No. VII. (3). 1818 1833. A thin quarto, bound in rough calf. Cardiff Town to Wit At a Court of Aldermen holden in the Council Chamber of the said

    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    Corporation Miscellanea Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822 Common Attornies' Accounts. 1783 1822. [Thin paper book bound in blue marbled carton. ] Accounts of John Waters and Thomas Stibbs, Common Attorneys for the Years 1783, 1784, 1785 and 1786. Disbursements as

    Council Minutes, 1835-43

    Council Minutes 1835-43 Cardiff Council Minutes 1835 1843. Cardiff Borough to Wit AT a Meeting of the Councillors of the said Borough, held at the Guildhall in the said Borough on Thursday the 31st day of December 1835, for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . COLESHILL ATHLETIC SPORTS. The twentieth nu amateur athletic and cycling sporti promoted by the Coleshill Athletic Club were h beld at Coleshill yesterday. Altbough the weather wws I very cold during the earlier part of the day, them Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. Tfo Me Editor of the Daly Post.-Sir,-The First meeting at Newmarkeb was certainly not f;voured in the way of weather, for a cold wind pre- ,ied for the most part, and on Thursday several hy showers descended Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i WHLT-MONDAY IN Ml~MINGHAM. l . I I What would life be without Its Bank Holidays? if we could imagine them blotted out of our calendar, and the glowing hopes, the happy realisa- tionS, and the cherished memories which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. | To the EBditor of the Daiiy Post.-Sir,-Such in- i different snort has been furnished ab Nottingham, La L Leicester, 'and Lingfield this week that the three meetines might with advantage have been dispensed with and it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : SPORTING NEWS. To the diftor of the Daily Post.-Sir,--Quite; a sensation was caused in sporting circles when it transpired that the Albert Club, London, had been raided by the City police, and over a hundred of its memners Subscribers-only content

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