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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bayton

    Parishes Bayton BAYTON Betune (xi cent.); Bertona, Bedtona (xii cent.); Beyton (xiii cent.); Baynton (xvii cent.). The parish is bounded on the north and west by a portion of Shropshire , from which it is partly divided by the

    Parishes Mamble

    Parishes Mamble MAMBLE Momela (x cent.); Mamele (xi cent.); Momyll, Mawmill (xv cent.); Mombell (xvi cent.). Mamble lies in the north-west of the county, on the road from Tenbury to Bewdley . It is bounded on the north by

    Parishes Cholsey

    Parishes Cholsey CHOLSEY Ceolesig (ix cent.); Celsei (xi cent.); Chausy (xiii cent.); Cholsey (xv cent.); Choulcey (xvii cent.). Cholsey lies low, most of it being about 200 ft. above the ordnance datum. The level in the east by the

    Parishes South Moreton

    Parishes South Moreton SOUTH MORETON Mortune (xi cent.); Sudmorton (xiii cent.); South Morton , South Moorton (xiv-xvii cent.). The parish extends southward from a height of 200 ft. on Down Hill above Long Wittenham , and is bounded on

    Parishes Drayton

    Parishes Drayton DRAYTON Draegtune, Draigtun (x cent.); Draitune (x-xi cent.); Draiton (xi-xiii cent.); Drettun (xii cent.); Drayton (xiii-xx cent.). Drayton was a dependency of St. Helen's , until 1867, when it was made an ecclesiastical parish. 1 The ecclesiastical

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rebuilding of the City London.

    Rebuilding of the City London . of: With such Inscription thereon, as hereafter by the Maior and Court of Aldermen, in that behalf, be directed. Of the Rebuilding of the City of London so Speedily, Substantially, and Splendidly effected.

    Book 1, Chapter 13 The Bridges of LONDON. Other Bridges.

    The Bridges of LONDON . Other Bridges . the Mill which should stand nearest unto the Stone work of the Bridge should be twelve Foot off from any Part of the Bridge. And because the City should have a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS FROM THE COUNTRY. LATTER-DAY SAINTS.-The 'Perth Advertiser' says: " On Sab- bath night a number of the disciples of Joe Smith were observed wending their way through the town, as if bent on some special pur- pose; the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'TSATEE ROYAL, BIRINOHAM. sMR. T. MEAD., EERay LTB~qING. THIS EVEING (Satarmy), yebrugwy 11, 1865. TTRE COIRSICAN DBOTEER, WIth tbe Grand Masquerade. To e nude with the great Pantomime of `OLD KING COLE.R rt Wilb '.! ~ig cent Scenery, hb' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HE~HAF F1BPAID ADFTIBE& For consecutive Insertlonrt Of the clallOOO of ADVERTISEMENTS partICuladiced below, the following are the charged - Two lines (nine words to pllRoe) ....... Ditto Three inertionsO ..... 1I0 Ditto Sirx jusertionsd ......1 1 ( Three and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0r Tallarsand Clohlhera,-T, be DISPOSED F oapplu T and tbsiving neighbourhood, an old-esaloe rd.Fr Iurs, ja;.,20, Stock eptionsil -,rent low * prsnPopitretig lom usle~aAddseffa. B. 03, Dailyjotc24 Al Firfit-class Willinery and Fanes, BUSINE13% establtshed 14 Bt~ckyear`. In it neigbbouruing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP PREPA ID -ADVFERTISEMENTS. For coiuiecc-tnve binortierns of the classes of Ai)V~itT SEIYENTS particularised below, the followvirg, are Vie charges --a. d. Twrt lines (iine woonls to a line) ..... 06 Ditto 'hlree cnsertions ........ I0 Ditto c, x Subscribers-only content

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