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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction ST. OSWALD'S The ancient parish of St. Oswald 1 lay around three sides of the city of Durham and occupied all the right bank of the Wear , the boundary following the course of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CONS.CP.1826/5

    fieldname Moor Close (Moor Close) : fieldname Blancholmes (Blencholmes) : fieldname Middlestyes (Middlestyes) : fieldname Stonepits (Stonepits) : fieldname Red Hills (Red Hills) : fieldname Dody Hole (Dody Hole) : fieldname Beckfield (Beckfield) : fieldname East Brierhills (East Brierhills) :

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, December 1752, Volume 60, 01 December 1752-31 December 1752

    Journal, December 1752 Volume 60 Journal, December 1752 Tuesday, December 5. Present: Earl of Halifax, Mr. Pitt, Lord Dupplin, Mr. Fane. New Hampshire. New York. Read a letter from Mr. Tomlinson, agent for the province of New Hampshire, to

    Index, M-Y, 01 January 1750-31 December 1753

    Index M-Y M Macgie , Mr., storekeeper in Nova Scotia, 74, 77. Mackey , Lt. Charles, of Georgia, petition of, 438. Mackey , Robert, 411. Mahon , Port, Minorca, 34, 87, 147, 186, 206, 209, 233, 257. Main ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. INE;W6 VI, ICnLD bad. The Princess of WALES is suffering from a slight cold, which prevented her leaving Sandringham yesterday for London. According to the most recent arrangements, the QUEEN and Princess BEATRICE are expected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *aies b atuction. MISCALL, ALBION-STREET, LEEDS. Interesting Collection of High-elaaj Modern Pictures, oith guarantee Soperi Mdemmr. HARDwi of Authenticity. h ol yAr mcv ennIC r favoured with instructioiis t elb n- e to, at the Music-hiall, Alibion-~street, Leeds, WONo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '6~akcs bp auction. T0345LIVERY 'STAISLES, FOUNTAINE-STREET. LEEDS. MRE fSIX HOticiEs, draghe from the B Field Battery of th4 Royal Artillery. M MeM. HARDWICK will Sell by Auction, on Tuesdlay sisal; Sit I irat Decembtr, at thle Stables, Fouutaine-etreet, QIX Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AN INTERESTD'G BOOK. A book of more than ordinary interest has just been p"ese"ted to the Leeds Public Librarv by the Trustees of ins Bintish Mruseum. The title is The Book of the Dead. }'c-iuile of the Papyrus of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fliADE" AM) f"ENDNG11'. A potioni ot the Commercial News will be founil oii the Fifth alld Eleventh Pages. j 4 pe! ., Aug. 21,n'ia. BNrE RA7F 3 D p riaL, Sept. 25, 1890 Fp.oi 001ou oWN CORilESPONnDEN'.) tosnotsS, Friday+ Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Inquiries relating to negro emancipation., 1829

    30 can be no service so delightful as that in which a missionary is engaged, especially when he finds himself surrounded by numbers whose hearts and ears are open to receive the Gospel. The eagerness with which many of Subscribers-only content

    British troops serving in the East Indies, 1840

    12 cons titutions of Europeans on their first landing Wooden Bar¬ racks on the Esplanade, or the Red Hills , for a residence in the hot months, with free exposure to the sea breeze, would prevent all the inconvenience Subscribers-only content

    Colonization, defence, and railways in our Indian empire, 1857

    DEFENCE, AND RAILWAYS. 173 secure to it the whole of the traffic passing between the termini. The committee estimated the traffic on the Madras and Arcot line at 43,681 tons a year, producing, at 2\d. a ton per mile, Subscribers-only content

    Colonization, defence, and railways in our Indian empire, 1857

    174 INDI AN COLONIZATION, road materials on the old plan, under which a heavy cart-load of material, weighing about l,000lbs., is conveyed more than seven miles for seven annas, the regulated hire for a cart from Madras to the Subscribers-only content

    Cacao: how to grow and how to cure it, 1882

    17 From the above table of rainfall it will be noticed that the highest annual rainfall took place in 1865 , when there fell 85.29 inches : the lowest in 1873 , Avhen there only fell 44.02 inches. The Subscribers-only content

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