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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying parts of the Liberty West Donyland West Donyland c . 1846

    manor was offered for sale in 1880 the surviving copyholds were valuable chiefly as potential building land. 34 Old Heath heath or common, along Old Heath Road , and at least part of the marsh along the Colne were common

    Outlying parts of the Liberty Introduction

    Outlying parts of the Liberty Introduction OUTLYING PARTS OF THE LIBERTY INTRODUCTION The liberty covered c . 10,000 a. around the built-up area of the town, and comprised the outlying parishes of Lexden , Greenstead , Mile End ,

    Modern Colchester Political history

    Modern Colchester Political history POLITICAL HISTORY The Reformed Borough 1835-92 National politics, as manifested in movements like Chartism and events like the repeal of the corn laws, affected politics in Colchester , but local circumstances, such as the strength


    Port PORT The Anglo-Saxon port appears to have been at Old Heath , called from the 12th century Old Hythe , where a 7th-century pot of Belgian origin has been found. 48 There was still a landing place there

    East Donyland Church

    East Donyland Church CHURCH. The advowson of East Donyland church was confirmed to St. John 's abbey, Colchester , in 1178 , and the abbey retained it until the Dissolution, presenting to the rectory regularly except in 1387 and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. L I ----- ; 'DUDLEIY.' lBeAss or OuA55.D1A055.At ~the. usual weeledy meeting of this body, beld yeSterday, Mlr. Barra presided,' anal, there were alsO orssnt:ltfasr. Giffltlis, 'Parker,' Grocutt, Caddick, Hill, llsrlsonGr~eW~yTwist, Jones, Higga, 'and Mills. The out'- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HEAVY PENALTIES FOR COLLIERY OFNENOES. A CHARTERMASTER IMPRISONED. Yesterday, in the Wolverhampton Petty Sessions Court, before Mr. Israc Spooner, the Stipendiary, certain InfringeUments of the Mines Inspection Act were visited wlth somewhat heavIer penalties than has hitherto been usual. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OnX SHILING ADVERTI.SEMN~TS. fbS dwpg fo MAveW9 et oomhl d uth gmeg kea4 of "WAted" Im ONE SxIFLurG for Wantyfoa w*d, and summol for eve8 etlonal tet wormd Thems rtos ut MOI 0on db to imeh advertaements u pM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BOUNDA1hY COMrviSrlsONElS IN I SLUE WiB UlhY. l csterday, JS.Dugdane, Esq., barristor, and Capt C. E. Wilson of the loyal Engineers, asuistant Boundary Comni mlisitoners In the Midland distriot, sat at Shrewsbury for the purpose of hearing evidence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To LADIES. DRESS AND GARDEN HATS, TRIMMED HATS & BONNETS, FLOWERS & FEATHERS, 193oY' SAILORS' HIATS, Of every description and the newest falions, at' C. %VARREN'S, ZUTrON UOUSE, 10, UNION STRERT, BIRMINGHAM folposite Chamberlain and King's). 123 CANDIDATES FOR Subscribers-only content


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