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    Parishes Shotover

    Parishes Shotover SHOTOVER Shotover, three miles east of Oxford , is a prominent ridge rising out of the Headington Plateau to 599 ft. above sea-level. Its northern slope is mainly park-land belonging to Shotover House while its southern slope Victoria County History

    Parishes Cowley

    Parishes Cowley COWLEY The ancient parish of Cowley is now almost entirely within the boundaries of the City of Oxford . 1 Before the alteration of its boundaries it covered 996 acres 2 and reached south-eastwards from Magdalen Bridge Victoria County History

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Keble , John, Keble College , Keble Road , Keene : Hen., John, keepers of Oxf. , Kemp (Kempe) : C. E., Mary Jane , Sir Nic ., Kemp Hall , Kendal , Ann, Kenilworth (Warws.) , Victoria County History

    Charles II, July 1673, 01 July 1673-31 July 1673

    Charles II July 1673 July 1673 July 1. Sir C. Lyttelton to William Bridgeman. A commission being to be drawn for a chaplain for the Duke's regiment I asked his Royal Highness last night how the regiment should be Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Henry VIII, November 1545, 26-30, 01 November 1545-30 November 1545

    Henry VIII November 1545, 26-30 November 1545, 26-30 26 Nov. 875 . Gardiner, Thirlby and Carne to Henry VIII. R. O. St. P., x. 719. Yesterday, Skepperus came to say that the Emperor wished his Council to declare to British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PETTY SESSIONS. BULLINGDON DIVISION. a County Hall, Oxford, Saturday, Juk?, 30th. a Before G. W. Child, Esq., Sir W. Markby, and L. e Hoskyns, Esq. e MovING Pros wVIaouT , LIcENCEL-Williama He zell .Lay, farmer, of Stoventon, was summoned Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fjublir ffoticis. __ -^RT-l-E ASTERN RAILWAY. .ruiEl'lC SPORTS AT DARLING- -4 Ik 1 -* I*'1 *' T ON, JUNE sth. \ -vrfRSIONS will be run as under:- * *™ .. Crook, Stanhope, Bishop Auckland, IT0° ! ' *' c Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ***Notices of Marriages containing an** announcement be*,*-* the merefact of celebration are subject to the charge of 2j. Si each. The tame charge ta alto made for Notice* of Death ' mhen any epeeial reference i* made to tha Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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