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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Oakington Economic history

    Oakington Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY Of c . 14½ ploughlands recorded in 1086 , 8, of which 4 were in demesne, belonged to Crowland abbey's manor, which, besides employing 3 servi , had 14 out of 32 villani ,

    Parishes Alcester ALCESTER Sketch Plan of town showing positions of ancient buildings 1938

    Parishes Alcester ALCESTER Acreage: 1,782. Population: 1911, 2,168; 1921, 2,259; 1931, 2,195. Alcester is a long, narrow parish extending to the south-western boundary of the county, which is here formed by the Ridgeway . The town lies in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPOND ENOS. To the EDIToa Of the DALY POSt. Sir,-If in this letter I bring up once more to the sur- face the oft repeated subjects of the distress in Laneashire and emigration, it is because one sees every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW 1,NTELLIGENCE. VICE CHANCELLoR:U COURT.-Ararll 16. ' I~fate Vtha2t,seWor Wood, .Before Vkv,.Chan~~r or GOUGIH V. PRIOR- : .T]'is -uit was instituted by the ptntiff, a solicitor at Wolverbamliton. to restrain the defendan:, a gslialtor now pyrctising' at Birminghar, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coo. itPIONDEPCK. lUul'ITAL SPINDAY. Tv II, , C vrloi 'J d, D,%IlY t' Vi. si, Tlre ratt of [, Ve-h ol.he yrestorday userning to the tie1f ~jetilem ice1~fludod the attmndance, If luilny atCbsII 110 wh tu l~i lwr'vwiso havo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SKATING AND SKATES. Ever since that fatal fall of Icarua,: when his waxen wings were melted by the sun, man has been often 1 trying some more speedy means of locomotion than his legs nd feet allow. da has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON:GAZ- .-', LON7DON GAZETTE, FtRIDASY, Sept. 13. ~ , . -- X , OVY9. 1.t BANKRUPTS. c All the Areetiflr.s cf Conrrrrisylooerr in irlddleosex are heid at te : Coin 7issicrnors' Court, Blainghall Street, London. t JACKSON Mallett Case, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Elizabeth Grindley, Theft, 16/04/1735

    31. Elizabeth Grindley , was indicted for privately stealing a Guinea, 3 half Guineas, and 2 Shillings and six Pence, from the Person of Roger Brown , March 30 . R. Brown. Between ten and eleven at Night, going

    SARAH JONES, Theft, 01/07/1812

    547. SARAH JONES was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 2nd of July , from the person of James Purcell , two shillings, and two 1 l. bank-notes, his property . JAMES PURCELL. I am a boot-clicker . Q.

    Ordinary's Account, 20/12/1731

    which Pain complied with, tho' disappointed in his Design, having beset that House also, as he had done the Other. They had not been long in the Field, but a Gentleman came by in a Chaise, the Prisoner stop'd

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