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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old Stratford Old Stratford Village

    Old Stratford OLD STRATFORD The village of Old Stratford grew up on either side of Watling Street close to the point at which it crossed the river Ouse into Buckinghamshire , where the larger settlement of Stony Stratford similarly developed

    Furtho FURTHO Site of Furtho village

    Furtho FURTHO The ancient parish of Furtho occupied 693 acres towards the south-eastern corner of Cleley hundred, forming a strip of land running south from a northern boundary represented by a short length of the river Tove (which is

    Cosgrove COSGROVE Cosgrove Village

    Cosgrove COSGROVE The ancient parish of Cosgrove occupied about 1,760 acres 1 in the south-eastern corner of Cleley hundred, separated on the south by the river Great Ouse and on the east by the Tove from the Buckinghamshire parishes

    Chairman's foreword

    Chairman's foreword CHAIRMAN'S FOREWORD The Northamptonshire Victoria County History Trust was set up in 1995 to reinstate the Victoria County History of Northamptonshire . The last volume of the original series of six had been published in 1937 .

    Passenham PASSENHAM Site of Passenham Village Deanshanger Village

    Passenham PASSENHAM The ancient parish of Passenham occupied some 3,250 acres in the extreme south of Cleley hundred, adjoining Buckinghamshire on the south-east, from which it was separated by the river Great Ouse . On the south-west the boundary

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Th1e Heimshringla: or Chronicle of the Icings of Norway. Translated from the Icelandic of Snorro Sturleson, with a preliminary Disserta- tion, by Samuel Laing, Esq. Three vols. Long- man and. Co. We cannot better describe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AS NE ) A TREST -N EWSSS [Retster's Telegrams, pes .Press .4 c - io,J FRANCE. *PARIS, DEcseBER 8 (Evening). a The Thambar of Deputies conolude4 to-day the debate: Dn the ordinary Budget. Before the vote, it. Durfoot a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORCESTER. o . 1 . _,. to SUioCDE9.-On Sunday evening James Bishop (37), ] It horsLhair-drcsser, Fish Street, committed suisideby hang- i n ing himself to the door of his bed room. Deceased had 1, come from Manchester some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOIUTH WARWICISHIRE ELECTION. THE POLLING, Thse Psolling in South FW~arwielcahiro for a member to fill As wee the vacancy occasioned by tho lamented death of the f a, Hun. Gilbert Leigh, took'place yesterday. According to .0 at the provisions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I COUNTY QUARTER SESSIONS. I 4, WARWICKSKIRE. TThe Epiphany Quarter Sessions for this county took _place at the Shire Hall, Warvick, yesterday. Mr. J. S. )f Dugdale, Q.C., MP., presided; and there were also _ nresent Lord Bze]allj (Lord-Lieutenant), Subscribers-only content

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