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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Malvern

    Parishes Little Malvern LITTLE MALVERN Malvern Minor, Parva Malvern , Lesser Malvern (xvi cent.); Milberne Parva (xvii cent.). Little Malvern is a small parish on the Herefordshire border of the county containing 721 acres. The village lies under the

    Parishes Hanley Castle

    Parishes Hanley Castle HANLEY CASTLE Hanlie (xi cent.); Hanlega, Hanlegam, Hanlea (xii cent.); Hanlegh (xiii cent.). Hanley Castle , which appears to have been known alternatively as Potters' Hanley , 1 is a large parish, and until 1894, when

    Parishes Welland

    Parishes Welland WELLAND Wenlond (ix cent.); Weneland (xii cent.); Wentlande, Wenlond (xiii cent.). The parish of Welland lies in the south-west of the county. It has an area of 1,888 acres, of which in 1905 498 were arable land,

    Parishes Mathon

    Parishes Mathon MATHON Matma, Matme (xi cent.); Mathum, Mathene, Mathermayn (xiii cent.); Mathonaching (xvi cent.). The Worcestershire part of Mathon , now known as West Malvern , forms a parish on the west side of the Malvern Hills .

    Parishes Castlemorton

    Parishes Castlemorton CASTLEMORTON Moreton, Mortun, Morton Folet or Castel Morton (xii-xiv cent.). Castlemorton is a large parish comprising 3,701 acres, more than half of which is pasture. 1 It was formerly very well wooded, part of it lying within

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES.. ., - -. I| SUSPIeCouS CASL.-Intelligence received at Lloyd's de- tails the particulars of the loss of the ship Snladin, near Halifax, under very painful circunstances. The Saladin. 2413 tons burden, was built at Newcastle in the year Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. An accident happened at the Malton Railway Station on Saturday, by which a porter named Rawling had one foot cut off, the other partly so, and his skull cracked. He was uncoupling some horse- boxes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. if might give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tall him his fate if be resoived to venture upon the dangerous precipice oftellingaublassed truth let him proclaim war with Maenkind-nleither to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. REPORTED SURRENDER OF THE FEDERAL ARMY. The following telegram was received yesterday from Cork: Cork, July 18. The Glasgow has arrived. Her departure was delayed for an hour to receive a telegraphic despatch from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CiUPMNT EVENTS. [A mark (5) lh attached to the Events dicussed or rO fully pi1rrated in tliY week's ExKlAMIEJ.) 4MERIOA: .OREIGE. Ae~u~st 19.-.A great peace convention is held at 5yr cnse. Addresses are delivered Iby Vaalladightiin FerqAndo Wood, and Subscribers-only content


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