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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Savernake SAVERNAKE c . 1817

    Savernake SAVERNAKE Savernake parish 84 lies immediately south of Marlborough . Its land is roughly conterminous with the main part of Savernake forest as defined in 1300 85 and was extra-parochial. In the later 18th century the west part,

    Burbage BURBAGE 1843

    Burbage BURBAGE Burbage parish 23 lies south of Savernake forest and at the east end of the Vale of Pewsey . It contains Burbage village, 9 km. SSE. of Marlborough , and Durley village, hamlets called Ram Alley and

    Parishes Stoke Goldington

    Parishes Stoke Goldington STOKE GOLDINGTON Stoches (xi cent.); Stokes, Stocking , Stok Goldington (xiii cent.). Stoke Goldington has an area of 2,352 acres, of which about 190 acres are woodland and the remainder equally divided between grass and arable

    Easton EASTON IN THE EARLIER 19TH CENTURY

    Easton EASTON EASTON IN THE EARLIER 19TH CENTURY Easton village stands 7 km. SSE. of Marlborough near the centre of a parish which measured 900 ha. (2,224 a.) until 1987 , 6 when 3 ha. was transferred to Burbage

    Parishes Belbroughton

    Parishes Belbroughton BELBROUGHTON Broctune (ix cent.); Brotune (xi cent.); Bellenbrokton (xiv cent.). The parish of Belbroughton has an area of 4,748 acres, comprising, in 1905 , 2, 0123/4 acres of arable land, 2, 1951/2 acres of permanent grass and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Dunstan Precinct, Ram Alley

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Dunstan Precinct, Ram Alley City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Dunstan Precinct, Ram Alley 9 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value

    Glossary

    Glossary (C) Glossary average : apportionment of loss caused by intentional damage to a ship (e.g. cutting away of masts or boats, or sacrifice of cargo) to secure the general safety of the ship and cargo. In which case

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Dunstan in the West

    Inhabitants of London in 1638 St. Dunstan in the West ST: DUNSTAN IN THE WEST. (3/4 parts within the Liberties.) RENTS MS. p. 396. The Valuation of the Rents and Tythes of the Parish of St. Dunstans in the

    Index of places

    Index of places Acorn Alley Adlin Hill a . Angell Alley a , Court Anker Lane Armorers Rents Ave Maria Lane Back Alley Ball Alley a . Barbican a . Bare Key Barrs Precinct a . Beech Lane a

    General Index, R, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    General Index R R. Rabanockes , Samuel Rabenett , Capt. Thomas, letters of Raby , lordship of, co. Durham manor of Park Raby , John Rachel , the, of Aldborough Rack , the Radley , co. Berks Ragley , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE. MR. PAGE'S LIFE OF DE QTJINCEY. Thomas de Quincey: his Life and Writings. With Unpublished Correspondence. By H. A. Page. London: John lHogg and Co. De Quincey deserved a better biography than this. The commendations that have been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lwittraril 'Ttotim. LoSDoS SOCIETY. London: 9, St. Bride's Avenue. London Saci-ty for October optns with a raey story, "Wanted, a Wife with Money," which is followed by a number of tbose light, sketchy papers for which the I magazine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. I THAEME. T31AM, AGRIIULTuRA, AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.- The Executives of the above-named Institutions have agreed to hold their annual meetings on the same day, viz., Wednesday, September 7. The Horticultural Show will be held, as usual, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WORLD'S DOINGS. THE PUTNEY TRAGEDY. TRIAL OF THE ACCUSED. Before Mr. Justice Grantham, Amelia Francis, 36, and Charles Charlwood, 37, were indicted ou Jan, 16, for the wilful murder of Ellen Matilda Franklin, at Putney, on October 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MANCHESTER AND SOUTHAMPTON RAILWAY. r ' tne from Southampton to Cheltenham to join the Midlands Railway, with connecting Lines to join the proposed London, Oxford and Cheltenham Railway, the Great Western Railway, and tht Basingstoke and Salisbury and Bishopstoke Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/12/1684

    ing into bad Acquaintance, he Grew negligent of his Duty to God, and by degrees very Intemperate: That he also was addicted to Lying and Swearing; that he seldom Prayed to be kept free from the Temprations of Satan,

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