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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Frampton on Severn Frampton on Severn

    Frampton on Severn Frampton on Severn ECONOMIC HISTORY. AGRICULTURE. Unlike most places in the area, Frampton was said in 1086 to be worth as much as it had been in 1066 . In 1086 six of the nine plough-teams

    Greenford Introduction

    Greenford Introduction GREENFORD The ancient parish of Greenford lay to the northwest of Ealing . 1 It covered approximately 2½ miles from north to south, and 1½ from east to west, and in the 1860's comprised an area of

    Parishes Clifton Hampden

    Parishes Clifton Hampden CLIFTON HAMPDEN The modern parish of Clifton Hampden dates only from 1819, for until then Clifton was nominally a chapelry of Dorchester . 1 The boundaries of Clifton , however, appear to have remained unchanged from

    Swindon Churches

    Swindon Churches CHURCHES. Until 1845 Swindon had only one parish church, namely, the church of Holy Rood, lying in the middle of what was to be called the old town. By 1845 another church was needed for the new

    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets

    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets AGRICULTURE. As has been shown, there were five separate estates in Swindon , excluding Walcot , at the time of the Domesday Survey. 1 The largest was the 12-hide estate of Odin the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS. ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHT LivES LOST- The Quebec Mercury of May 22 says :-Four of the crew and four of the passengers of the brig Minstrel, Captain Outerbridge, arrived here yesterday, bringing disastrous in. telligence. The Minstrel left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FOREIGN NEWS. FRANCE. The Chamber of Peers commenced on Tuesday the consideration of the budget of expenses. The two prin- cipal questions incidentally discussed were the affairs of Syria and the negotiation relative to the Jesuits. Upon the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT. :NIS. 'BILSTON." PROPOSED SALE OF '.HE ADVOW8ON OF ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH, 'STORMY PROCEEDINGS. Yesterday, a public meetingJ 6alled upon 'equisition by the Rev.,EI. S. Fletcher, was held to consider the'pi`opritly of elling the livgin of St Leoard's at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT. FIRST CoUma. Dr-VOiE ME. COil~st~S[(INEI SANDImeti. A SVsirous CllAuemw. AnappIicatiO"``L was mada o t"cCourt'this meriting on bthalf of Mr. Whitmere, the official Assignee, for a summosilO against a bankrupt, who had a short tisas sines rocaived Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARREST OF THE ACCUSED IN WOLVER- I R T HAIPTON. i [FRioer oai own Reporteri-] Yestorday morning a man was arrested in Wolverhamp- ton, and afterwards brought up at Petty Sessions charged with kaving perpetrated a foul murder in Subscribers-only content

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