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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Wallingford Honour and borough

    The borough of Wallingford Honour and borough HONOUR The castle of Wallingford was the 'caput' of a considerable honour to which manors in Berkshire , Buckinghamshire , Oxford , Middlesex , Surrey , Hampshire and Worcester belonged from the

    The borough of Wallingford Introduction and castle

    The borough of Wallingford Introduction and castle THE BOROUGH OF WALLINGFORD with THE LIBERTY OF CLAPCOT Welinga, Wealinga-ford (ix-xi cent.); Walenge, Warenge, Warine-ford (xi-xii cent.); Walingeford (xi-xvi cent.). Wallingford stands at an elevation of 165 ft. above the sea

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BATES, Thomas (by 1526-87), of Morpeth and Holywell, Northumb.

    BATES, Thomas (by 1526-87), of Morpeth and Holywell, Northumb. Constituency Dates Morpeth Apr. 1554 Morpeth 1555 Morpeth 1558 Ofifces Held Receiver for William, 3rd Lord Dacre, Wem in 1547-8, Morpeth in 1549-50; j.p. Northumb. 1558/59; surveyor, Exchequer, Northumb. by

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Index O Ochiltree , Lord: with James 6th in Annandale, and at Newby (22nd 24th Nov.), 464; to be lieutenant, ib .; Andrew, lord: to Scrope (30th Nov.), 469; appointed lieutenant and warden of West March, ib .; has Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    Index S Saame , Edw., II. 561. Sabbys keye ( qu in London?) , II. 681. Sabffurthe , John, II. 30. Sabian , , I. 216. Sabyn or Sabyne , Wm., I. 688; II. g. 1311 (19). -,-, letter

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tale" is as follows: Whilst four men and a boy were at work in a pit at the Old Moor, Moor Lane, a "tree" and its accompanying "lid " by some mischance fell, and a few tols of coal fell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANOTHER ALARMING RAILWAY OOLLI81ON1 NEAV BARNSLEY. IBI, our 0,orresponeient.J Between sli and seven o'clock, on Saturday morning, another accident, of an alarming nature, occurred on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, between Womnbwell and Wath, about Rix miles from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -WANTED" IGLASS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID RATES apply to the felo-iuxg: Classes of Advertise.' mrtmts, to the eze?,scion of all trade addresses: flottiE To LEt On 8ALE. Ptrsnr, ltllSCs;LLANEoW5 AsmenLYSca APAR7stsoio,-z fitACtiI'NERY AttD TOOtS, LOST OR. Fousa. 16 Words, once Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANGEL INN, FERRYBRIDGE. near PONTEFRACT. Messrs. DALE and SON are Inatructed by the Representatives of the late Mr. Atkinson, to offer for Saie by Auction, on Alan. dayf, Tuesday, Wednesday, 'aid Thursday, t he Titenty-Sixill, Tureety.Seventih, Twentais.Eig~hth and Twenlty-Nindis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEWSBURY.-BF Mr. STEWART, on Wednesday, the FouS-LO Day of .Sugwto next, at Eight o'Clock In the Evening, at the House of Mr. Ocleerby. the Royal Hotel. In Dewsbury, inl the County or York, (subject to such Conditions as will Subscribers-only content

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