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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Mills

    West Drayton Mills MILLS Drayton water-mill, belonging to the manor, was mentioned in surveys of 1086 77 and 1222. 78 It is known to have been in continuous existence from 1467 at the latest, and appears always to have

    Elsworth Economic history

    Elsworth Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY Ramsey abbey's manor, which dominated the parish in the Middle Ages, comprised all but 3 yardlands out of 10 hides in 1086 . 16 In 1279 only 60 a. of lay freehold and the

    Woodford Economic history

    Woodford Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. The wealth of woodland in Woodford long determined the economic life of the village, providing timber and some pasture, while restricting the amount of arable land. The Domesday survey with its estimate that 500

    Laughton

    Laughton LAUGHTON Laughton lies thirteen miles south-south-east of Leicester in the hills along the Northamptonshire border. The roughly triangular-shaped parish has an area of 1,151 a. Most of the parish lies above 500 ft. and the Laughton Hills ,

    North Petherton Economic history

    North Petherton Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. Agriculture. The parish included 13 estates in 1066 of which by far the largest was the royal manor of North Petherton ; that manor contained land outside the parish including what later became

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER-COLOURS. The public curiosity and expectation, excited by the charming Extibi- tions of this Society for many past years, will be fulfilled in the Exhibi- tion of this year, viich opens to-morrow. Its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, July 14. PARTNE1RSHIPS DISStOiVED. C. Knigbt and W. G Wbite-F. K. Haut and V. Brookv, editors-Go Tougeh and i. Woodbinef, Wender, Euck inghlm | Abire.coah r Satore.-$. Joawe "d H; fjtEastcbeap, -S. Smith and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. THE ROYAT ACADEmy EnIBITION. We see marks set in our catalogue against one or two pictures which we have omitted 'to name in the preceding notices. Mr Webster's cottage interior, with a child studying the A B Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE FINE ARTS. THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITIoN. The private view of the Royal Academy Exhibition, to be opened on Monday, was rather thinly attended, yesterday being unfortunately one of the most raw and rainy of April days. There can Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ff,4z ?nftxuafiian 6xtibi ,ItIOIT. DENMARK, SWEDxE, AND NOnWAY. b1e ISlmushtan froomts. A hearty greeting to the sons of the old Norsemen from a nation proud to feel that its own life has been strength- ened by some drops of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Supplementary documents

    Appendix Supplementary documents APPENDIX. I. Ratification by the Dean of Guild and whole Merchants of the Burgh and City of Glasgow of the Suckening of the Inhabitants to their own Mills. Glasgow, 22 September 1608. [ Original in the

    Council Minutes, Minutes, 1794-1817

    Council Minutes Minutes, 1794-1817 Minutes of Council (continued). 1794 1817. Thick folio volume bound in rough calf, only quarter filled. Cardiff Town to wit. At a Court of Bailiffs Aldermen and Assistants holden for the Town of Cardiff aforesaid

    Historical preface, 1636-7

    Historical preface 1636-7 1636 7 On 13th February, 1636, a letter from the archbishop was produced to the magistrates and council, setting forth that he had subscribed a signature anent the patronage of the Blackfriars kirk and sent it

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages ci - ccl

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface Pages ci - ccl Page ci., line 3 of first column of footnote, after "Glasgow" insert: See his life by Wodrow Collections (Maitland Club), I., part i., pp. 71 96. line 13

 

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