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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Mary Extra

    Parishes St Mary Extra ST. MARY EXTRA The ancient parish of St. Mary Extra, together with that of Sholing , was in 1903 formed into the civil parish of Itchen . 1 At the time of the last Ordnance

    Cherington Introduction

    Cherington Introduction CHERINGTON The rural parish of Cherington lies four miles NNE. of Tetbury . It covered an area of 2,267 a. 1 until 1935 when a detached part of Avening parish on the north boundary, comprising 1,157 a.

    Parishes Turvey

    Parishes Turvey TURVEY Torveie, Tornai, Turveye (xi cent.); Turveia (xiii cent.); Torfeye (xiv cent.). The parish of Turvey , containing 4,001 acres, is situated on the banks of the Ouse , 7 miles westnorth-west of Bedford . Of the

    Parishes Ditchling The PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARGARET DITCHLING

    Parishes Ditchling DITCHLING Dicelinga (viii cent.); Dyccanlyngum (ix cent.); Dicelinges, Diceninges, Digelinges (xi cent.); Dychenynge (xiii-xvi cent.); Dytcheling (xvii cent.). The parish of Ditchling has an area of 3,844 acres. It is a long, narrow strip little more than

    Dunnington

    Dunnington DUNNINGTON The Village of Dunnington , which was an Anglian settlement, 1 lies about 4 miles east of York on the southern flank of the York moraine. 2 The small hamlet of Grimston , also Anglian, occupies a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. THE PRESIDENT STEAMER.-The Lyre packet has arrived from the Leeward Islands, having quitted Mar- tinique on the 9th of March ; Dominica and Guadaloupe, 10th; Antigua and Montserrat, 11th; Nevis and St Kitt's, 12th k Tortola, 13th ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. r (~rsom Letst Nifq.,t', Gce& J BANKRUPTS. AnTmUR Sern'rr7, 13 and 14, King Street, CheAPedde, eonaom I.accountant,. TnOMAs TironoooD, 10, BlOckstoCkREOd, South Bonney, .e Middilesex, boker. Is WILLIAX P.oniAnrD Luscoyenrn, 14, Marlbcrough Road, cGal. sea, and 44, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stret (Clmor Chabrro.-O~ce toLt next jawed s. oarrrrriatowt each T~~~~~~~leb vat oneo 'eoe 0.-bsn loA 5reia~Oi£~,£25 t £0. per roonm. 06934 rs cBo~skBonfis lor. Rent Z10_.=-Apty, Hou-se. fl'rerer,151 Ed~iil'Street. .OM81 ~~i Floor, with aciersate entrance. cord lock uip to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    istenratrefrom Lane, isI l~- ~, woretoesLane. 'il ~~ the Vi~ctrie into -bumufct3, C ors hepping, ovnty Tj 1l-crioiisg low. Ls,4 thee years U 1iipl0d. Rtent dI. A spe hiice for energy anPcresrae-Aplto ThormseWr iu HotW l~tte~poalt.-e th LwrgonsEtac), g~o-d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR SALE-LANTD AND BUILhDINGS.- piO-PERTY op and tw 1vo Front Double Ioss an 1 SALTLEY. - Five sobstontial, coraveulontlY - arne toi w1 ose;%ell lassihed tisroughout. l'rics L600.-.Coe4, 0herry Street. I60 'IMALL, lHath (Green Lauol,-EX00ellest small Freehold Residence tW Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    James I: Volume 20, April, 1606, 01 April 1606-30 April 1606

    James I: Volume 20 April, 1606 April, 1606. April 1 ? 1. Questions propounded to Darcy [Garnet ] , Provincial of the Jesuits in England, respecting excommunication, heretics, the Gunpowder Plot, the authorship of a book against the King,

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    Index of names and places P, Q P. Pack (Packe, Peak): Christopher, afterwards Sir Christopher, Knt., i. 388, 698, 880, 888, 914, 928, 1007, 1071, 1072, 1288. alderman of London, i. 1087, 1261; ii. 38, 105, 149, 619, 973,

    General Index, S, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    General Index S S Sacheverill , George, letter to Sacker , Thomas, prisoner in Chester Castle, examination of, ordered warrant for a pardon to Sackville , Charles, Earl of Middlesex and Dorset, arrears due from, to Lord Conway security Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, H

    Index of names and places H H. Haach . See Hatch. Haberdashery , i. 277; ii. 848. Haberfield (Haberfeild), William, i. 268, 1246; ii. 21, 1290, 1374, 1437. Haberhouse . See Arbour House. Hacch . See Hatch. Haccombe (Hackcom),

 

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