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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    List of maps LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SERVICES. There are court rolls for Ifield manor for the years 1534-5 1 and 1739-1949 . 2 Already by the 16th century courts were apparently held only annually. 3 Between 1739 and

    Parishes Middleton St. George

    Parishes Middleton St. George MIDDLETON ST. GEORGE Mideltone, 1200; Middeltone, 1230. This parish contains but one township. It lies on the left bank of the Tees, which here flows east and south-east; the adjacent parishes are Low Dinsdale on

    Paddington Economic History

    Paddington Economic History ECONOMIC HISTORY. Agriculture. Paddington , with Knightsbridge and Westbourne , was probably included in the 13½ hides in the vill of Westminster which were attributed to St. Peter's abbey in Domesday Book. 6 The manor was

    North division Withernwick Withernwick 1812 Withernwick Church Before Rebuilding In The 1850s

    North division Withernwick WITHERNWICK THE village of Withernwick lies 14 km. northeast of Hull and 4 km. from the coast. 30 The southern parish boundary is formed by Lambwath stream, an ancient boundary which formearly also separated the middle

    North division Rise Rise Plan , 1716 (North To The Right ) Rise Hall , Remodelled 1815-20 Rise 1762 Rise Church Before 1844

    North division Rise RISE The small village of Rise lies c . 11 km. east of Beverley and NNE. of Hull and 7 km. southwest of the coast at Hornsea . 98 Close by, on the edge of Rise

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUTESDArS LONDON GAZETTE. This Gazette contains an extract of a letter frlt m Scomberg, of his Majesty's ship Loire, giving an accoust( ;the capture-of Le Hebe, French national shi? of war, rolnli, eighteen 24-pounders, carronades, and twvo longtweivej, aitj Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PANSHANGAR OAK, HERTS. ,R. M EDLAND respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry i of the County of Hertford, as well as the Public in general, that his Plate of the above magnificent Tree is published, and may be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EXAIINER ON POLITICS, LITERATURE,- AND FOR THE YEAR 1835. THE FINE ARTS. T .HE Tt kun'bag Da-pert PARTY IS THE MADNESS OF MANY FOR THE GAIN OF A FEW.-POPE. LONDON: PRINTED FOR A. FONBLANQUE, BY GEORGE LAPHAM, AND PUBLISHED Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Tales of the Yoads'and Fields. A Second Series of "The Two Old Men's Tales." In three volurmes. Saunders and Otley. This writer has lost none of her force and freshness. There is no tale in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Mr Midshipman Easy. By the Author of Peter Simple. Saunders and Otley. 3 vols. We had the lees of Captain Marryat's genius in Japhet is Search of a Father, and lW Midshipman Easy is the washing Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The British League., 1847

    C ci ] f \)t ©li ©ah tree, A DUET. Words by W. H. Crome . Ezzt ?s; Bz-fc I Music Ouigixal. f=Ezjsa=b^ Frtz±*q In fo - rests -F--F-F- fe^33-B=sil-«= S^lz^l:^Effi ^ir^Ti^ter^ T1 11 11 11 1 r feEE Subscribers-only content

    The British League., 1847

    THE OLD OAK TREE . 65 Ji ^zz-fez^zzt^- zz^zz±zz^z=|: V- al-=T- g= & =* -O -=1- 1" j^j^ihfe^l: In forests green, v\ here the old Oak Tree Of mossy dells is the monarch free ; By the bloomy heath, Subscribers-only content

    An address of the tanners of the United Kingdom, 1820

    10 hope , I shall not sink into the grave, without this proud and consoling reflection. > The objects I have in view are manifold, viz. the protection of the Oak Tree for the support of o«r National Defence; Subscribers-only content

    An address of the tanners of the United Kingdom, 1820

    11 depe ndant upon a precarious supply for its existence; it being a well known Fact, that the Quantity of Bark to be procured, depends not on the will of any man to cut his Timber and sell his Subscribers-only content

    An address of the tanners of the United Kingdom, 1820

    6 That some steps of this nature will be taken by the Government, admits of little or no doubt; the protection of Oak Timber being, from a variety of considerations, a matter of vital and national impor¬ tance ; Subscribers-only content

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