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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Beaconsfield

    Parishes Beaconsfield BEACONSFIELD Bekenesfeld (xii-xvi cent.). The parish of Beaconsfield covers an area of 4,504 acres, of which 1,994 are arable land, 1,294 are laid down in permanent grass, and 995 included under woods and plantations, chiefly beech trees.

    Parishes Harrold

    Parishes Harrold HARROLD Harewelle (xi cent.); Harewode (xiii cent.); Harewold (xiii-xvi cent.). Harrold is situated on the eastern borders of Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire . The area is 3,241 acres, of which 1, 3821/2 are arable land and 1, 3963/4

    The parish of Tatham

    The parish of Tatham TATHAM 1 Tathaim, Dom. Bk.; Tateham, 1202; Thataim, Thatham, 1212; Tatham , 1241. The local pronunciation is Taytam. Tatham proper lies in the valley of the Wenning, the parish church being placed on the northern

    Index L-Z

    Index L-Z L Ladermanes , 351 n Lady Dashwood 's stick , 275 n Ladyflat , Gt., 352 n Ladyflat , Little, 352 n Lag Bank , 400 Laith , Higher, 357 Laithbutts ( Cantsfield ), 237 Laithwaite ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. GLADSTONE IN WORCESTERSHIRE. I The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone and Mrs. Gladstone, with other guests, are on a visit to the Right Hon. Lord Lyttelton, at Hagley Hall A meeting on behalf of Home and Foreign Missions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALARMING FIRE AT WHITTINGTON'S MENAGERIE, An alarming fire broke out yesterday morning, in Whit. le tington's Menagerie, which, for some time past, has been t stationed on the vacant piece of ground by the side of the eO Chapel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i MARRIAGE OF THE RON. MISS LYTTELTON, AT HAGLEY. The marrniago of the Hon. Miss Ljttelton with the Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot was celebrated yesterday, at Hagley. The family came down from town on Thtsday gurposoly for the wedding, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIR. PLIMSOLL'S APPEAL. ACTION AGAINST Mr. 1PLIMSOrL oIn tho Cout of Queou- f'ench,'yesterday, tho Attorney- Generml moved for a rule 'bri on behalf of-'.1r. Norwood, M.P., for criminal information for libFel. He stated that LMr. Norwood had never lost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLViEItAMPTON. FATAL AcemiFINrs TO' CQilLDn~eN,,.Yoqterday-: a in- quest was held, on EIftblzaothr Dean, aged 7 Years, who hail taken fire inltle house of her parents, at No. 3 Court, Dn lo'Stct, wvhilet attempting to toast breed, anid Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface PREFACE. The papers comprised in the present volume carry on the Calendar History of the reign of Charles I. during the latter part of the year 1638 and beginning of 1639. Among the more noticeable papers are those Subscribers-only content

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