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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shipston-on-Stour

    Parishes Shipston-on-Stour SHIPSTON-ON-STOUR Scepwaeisctune (viii cent.); Scepwestun (xi cent.); Sipestone, Sepwestun, Schipton (xiii cent.); Sepestonon-Sture (xiv cent.). The parish of Shipston-on-Stour , which was formed out of the large parish of Tredington in 1719 , 1 is one of

    Parishes Whitchurch

    Parishes Whitchurch WHITCHURCH Acreage: 1,988. Population: 1911, 159: 1921, 168; 1931, 143. The parish lies on the left bank of the River Stour , which forms its eastern and northern boundary, the Humber Brook bounding it on the west.

    Parishes Burmington

    Parishes Burmington BURMINGTON Acreage: 7521/2 . Population: 1911, 142; 1921, 125; 1931, 101. The small parish, 11/2 miles in length from east to west and 3/4 mile in breadth, is bounded on the south and west by the River

    Parishes Idlicote

    Parishes Idlicote IDLICOTE Acreage: 1,419. Population: 1911, 101; 1921, 92; 1931, 84. This small parish is bounded on the north and west by a tributary of the River Stour . The ground rises gradually from 212 ft. at the

    Parishes Sutton-under-Brailes

    Parishes Sutton-under-Brailes SUTTON-UNDER-BRAILES Acreage: 1,175. Population: 1911, 131; 1921, 119; 1931, 103. Until 1840, when this parish was transferred to Warwickshire , by which county it was entirely surrounded, it formed a detached island of Gloucestershire , owing to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. In Hants, adjoining Hitclered the splendid seat and domain of * od arnavn THE fine ESTATE of CRUXEASTON and WOODCOT, alto- gether 2118 acres of FREEHOLD LAND, a great portion tithe free, the eoor rates very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -SALES BY AUCTION. In Dorsetsbire, near to Blandford.-A Sporting Residence, adapted to a large Familyand not yielding in its attraction to any SpgortingVillain the Country with corresponding Offices, and Eleven Acres of Wrass and and Plantations, with a Manor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ITHE COMMITTEE ON MR. GRAY'S CASE. e The Committee of the House of Commons on the ques- n tion of privilege raised by the recent imprisonment of Mr. aGray, hf.P., for contempt of conet in Dublin, met again yesterday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MINES DRAINAGE COMMISSION. A monthly meeting of the South Staffordshire 1ineo Drainage Commissioners was held yesterday, at the offices in Wolverhampton; Mr. B. Hingley presiding in the absence of the chairman (Mr. Walter Wfilliams), through ill-hcaltb.-A letter was received Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. " .. ...- - . --v- -- - l -- ws .rsnilr~adamXll P-1,1 'flftotg AND JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1884, It has been decided to refer the wages disputQ inlta the North of England iron Subscribers-only content


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