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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sedgefield

    Parishes Sedgefield SEDGEFIELD Ceddesfeld (x cent.); Seggefeld (xii cent.). The parish of Sedgefield included in 1831 the townships of Bradbury , Butterwick , Embleton , Fishburn , Foxton with Shotton , Mordon and Sedgefield , and had an area

    Parishes Hardwick

    Parishes Hardwick HARDWICK Hardwick is a small and compact parish of 1,438 a. situated about 5 miles west of Cambridge and having as its northern boundary the main road from that city to St. Neots (Hunts.). To the east

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    Parishes Bishop Middleham BISHOP MIDDLEHAM The parish of Bishop Middleham included in 1831 the townships of Bishop Middleham , Cornforth , Garmondsway Moor, Mainsforth , and Thrislington, and had an area of 5,940 acres. These townships constituted the ancient

    Parishes Guisborough Guisborough Priory. Argent a lion azure with a baston gules . Chaloner. Sable a cheveron between three cherubs or . Tocketts. Argent a lion azure with a baston gules .

    Parishes Guisborough GUISBOROUGH Gighesborc, Ghigesburg (xi cent.); Gyseburne (xii-xiv cent.). To this parish belong the hamlet of Barnaby and the townships of Guisborough , Commondale , Hutton Lowcross, Pinchingthorpe and Tocketts. The soil is in some parts rich loam

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 13th November 1838

    Tuesday 13th November 1838 (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Lord Esher's typescripts Transcription Thursday, November 13.- Got up at 9 and breakfasted at ½ p. Read in Wilberforce. Signed,&c . Wrote my journal. At 20 m. p. 1 Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. ' I 1X-nt~t~gPX` a-, 1 CW t A-ND JO)URNAL., :I _ _ _ _ _ _ SATURDAtY, D}ECE5MBER 21, 1869. LOCAL WEATHER FitoltEt-usT.-Fcstrriy and nwrth- j ,estcrlb wizds; 'weather colder; somc cold showcrs, with hyri Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORCESTERSITRE UNION oP INSTITUrES, ANNUAL MERETING AT MALVERN, YSTEHDky. (From our owin eofn The annual meeting of thne delegates from the vAne55 inctitutes. in the Union: was hold yesterdoy, at M1,1vora By invitation fropa Dr.,Gtnidrod,,theu smPaqy broakfaeteg at Tewiihsf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOIMENTS. THE WARWICKSHIRE HOUNDS.-.Quarter to BkeM. Thursday.... Feb. 27 . Lower Shuckburgh. Friday - 28 . Traitor's Ford. THE NORTH WARWICKSHIRE HOUNDS.-leens. Thursday .. Feb. 27 ... Blue Boar, near Dunohatcrb. Friday. -28 .. . Solihull. THE WORCESTERSHIRE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FUNTING APPOINTMAENT. THE WAItW-ICRS21EB HOUNDS-At a utarlter before REesen This day ...... Nov. 24 ........ Ciarlecoto Paric. Thursday . , 27 .......... lHarwoud':i House. lridoy ....., , 28 .. . Farnboroulh. Saturday .... .. 29 ... Billebley H. Ll. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. THE NORTH WARWICK(SHIRE HOUNDS.-At Bites. ThiSdaY .... Dec. 10 .......... Bull and Butcher, Right. Friday .... , 12 ......... Hay Wood. THE WARWICKESHIRE HOUNDS.-At Eleven. Tlis day .... Dec. 10 .... , Newbold Pacey. Thursday .... 11 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Introduction, Section 12

    Introduction, Section 12 Introduction, Section 12 Wolsey is unconscious of his danger. All this time Wolsey was at Cawood, wholly unconscious of the danger which awaited him. On the 1st of November Sir Walter Walshe, one of the gentlemen

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    General Index H, I, J, K H H. H. , London, letters of Hacket , John, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield Hackett , , sea chaplain Hackney , Middlesex, manor of Hackney coachmen , see London and Westminster, hackney Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Hardwick Hall, 1879

    Hardwick Hall [landscape] View of Hardwick Hall seen from the gardens; in the foreground, a man seated with two dogs; beyond, a thicket of trees; in the far distance, the top of Hardwick Hall seen above the treetops; a

    Old Hardwick Nottinghamshire, 1799

    Old Hardwick Nottinghamshire View of Hardwick Old Hall, a roof-less Elizabethan manor with trees in front, the gates to the garden of the new Hall to right and three figures walking on the left; illustration to the 'European Magazine'.

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