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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Long Stanton Economic History

    Long Stanton Economic History ECONOMIC HISTORY The 12 hides at which Long Stanton was rated in 1066 contained only one manorial estate, of 4 1/2; hides; the remainder was divided among 29 sokemen who probably held between 1/2; yardland

    Ducklington Local government

    Ducklington Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In 1279 the lord of Ducklington manor had view of frankpledge conducted by the bailiff of Bampton , presumably a franchise acquired from the lord of Bampton manor. 53 The lord of Ducklington was

    Hemingbrough Osgodby

    Hemingbrough Osgodby OSGODBY The village of Osgodby lies 2½ miles north-west of Hemingbrough . The township nowhere reaches to the Ouse and it consists mostly of slightly elevated ground, exceeding 25 ft. above sea-level. In the south it includes

    Histon Economic history

    Histon Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY In 1086 a quarter of the available ploughland in Histon was on the two home farms, each of which had 2 ploughteams, and the rest was farmed by 29 villani and 42 lesser peasants

    Parishes Rousham Rousham , 1721

    Parishes Rousham ROUSHAM Rousham 1 lies in the Cherwell valley, mid way between Oxford and Banbury , c . 11 miles (18 km.) from each town; the parish covers 1,068 a. (432 ha.). 2 Its northern boundary follows the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR BENTLEY'S ANNO UNCEMENTS FOB November and December. EARL RUSSELL. COMPLETION of the LIFE of CHARLES JAMES FOX. By the Right Hon. Earl RUSsELL, K.G. Vol. III. Crown 8vo, 12s. LADY HERBERT OF LEA. IMPRESSIONS of SPMN. ]y the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. ILIDDEIIMINSTER. i.BLNEVoLENT Act. 1,y the kindness of Mrs. Walter lFeuning, of Spring Grove. the aged poor in the Kidder- uinster Union were, or New Year's Day, provided with a plentifuly supply of tobacco for the men, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. ST. AL.BANS RACES. YESTERDAY. Acor ja,.tBb..... ...T. Cook 2 Belting: 2 to era Aiax-Woxi esily by three-queters of a The RlAILWAY CLADhSXNG PrLATE Of 80 soya; twoC-yea-oldus 6et 8ib, three est illb, four gat 181b, live and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For T01abider of Sales by Azjtjeicoj die., by Xcqiv Cook.sey acid Soin, Cux,~, Be~d Roion _4diie, WVoottonm; Sm~it, &eiz and Oakl,,ey; Kyieg; ond O(tt *,qf.rn, anl FVOOldridge, see joage 8. SAU~S BY AUOTIOIQ. Ciearacutsale, at Lauerel Grove, Sheldon, - Subscribers-only content

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