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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval Beverley Topography and Growth

    Medieval Beverley Topography and Growth Topography and Growth The early topographical development of Beverley cannot be reconstructed in detail. The first line of expansion from the settlement around the minster is likely to have been east and west, along

    Outlying townships Beverley Parks BEVERLEY PARKS c . 1980

    Outlying townships Beverley Parks OUTLYING TOWNSHIPS Beyond the boundaries of the borough but within the liberties lay the townships of Molescroft , Storkhill and Sandholme , Thearne , Tickton and Hull Bridge , and Woodmansey and Beverley Parks .

    Beverley , 1700– 1835 Economy

    Beverley , 1700– 1835 Economy BEVERLEY, 1700– 1835 Economy 'This town is well built, and very seemly; rich, and well populated', reported a visitor to Beverley in 1703 , 1 and other commentators in the 18th century were similarly

    Horninglow Introduction

    Horninglow Introduction Introduction Lying on the west side of Burton , Horninglow stretched from an arm of the river Trent , where there was an early settlement at Wetmore , westwards across an expanse of moorland and then up

    The parish of Ulverston ULVERSTON

    The parish of Ulverston ULVERSTON Ulverston; Mansriggs ; Osmotherley ; Subberthwaite; Egton With Newland ; Lowick ; Blawith ; Torver Church Coniston The parish of Ulverston occupies the western side of Furness for a distance of nearly 17 miles,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F ~I&E aio unds.....LI - I~~~Xt,Aoda ............ 2, 6,00.£t IgMU~HY 6rFFICE: 81, COLMOIE ROW. LOCAL DERWMoRAT. ~W1Backley. Esq- Herbert P. Bwi~o~,7 Wiiivims.TAlq.. JP I zclrmAay. HUGE D. LZWM8 I. VI !. . NOLIA DFMULCENT , . . ...us DELICIOUS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HE BACHf & DARKER. N TEBIRMINGHAM MOLURSING AN FUNrltAis %VAIIE,11USE. 42, NEW STRFEt'T. 2 EVERY R rsl.~T Ot~ LADLES, MO~URNING. MANTLEi-h, MILL11NE.tiY, COSTUMES, AND DRESSMAKING. 12UNIUAies CoMPLh.TELY FURI%2SHED. TELErIIoNr. No. E273.1 ---,ALES BY PRIVAT11 CONTRACT. LTIGIRLE OEIGI H U Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YORKSHIRE SOCIETY. ru8HE Sixth Annual MEETING of this Je Society will be held at the London Tavern, Bis:sopsiate-Street, London, on WEDNESDAY, the LORD LASCELLES, M.P. in the Chair. STEWARDSa. 'ir M. Sykes, Bart. M.P. John Smith, Esq. M. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (CIRCUL.4.2.) My LonD, HI ERUALL) 16thIJULY, 18t7. ACT havring been pansei in y tore last nafarliaent, eipowerina his Majesin by Order in Connoil to suspendithe Cahling out ofrva't, Militia of the United Kingdoa, or any Part thereof, "or the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIHORP-ARCH. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. JOHN ROImxSON, At the Seizilnary at !tostou (commonlJy called 9lhorp-Arvh.) iaxr Welherl,. itl the t otity of Yor/, ot Fridzy. the 19lh Day of .Septfeitber, 1617, at Tivlcveo'C~'leh at Nooo, iiltogetletr, Subscribers-only content

 

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