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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Caldecott Pipewell Abbey . Party argent three crescents gules and azure a crozier erect or .

    Parishes Caldecott CALDECOTT Calcot, Calcoote, Caldecote (xvi-xvii cent.). The parish of Caldecott covers 1,162 acres of clay and loam land given up wholly to grazing. The ground falls from the north, where it is over 300 ft. above the


    Welham WELHAM Welham lies four miles north-east of Market Harborough on the north side of the River Welland which here divides Leicestershire from Northamptonshire . The civil parish, 1,143 a. in area, extends north-westwards from the village, which is

    The Hundred of Gartree THE HUNDRED OF GARTREE

    The Hundred of Gartree THE HUNDRED OF GARTREE THE HUNDRED OF GARTREE The configuration of the hundred is shown as it is believed to have been in 1831 , except that (i) Holyoaks was then in Stoke Dry (Rut.),

    Carlton Curlieu

    Carlton Curlieu CARLTON CURLIEU The parish of Carlton Curlieu , which is 1,406 a. in area, lies nine miles south-east of Leicester . It is bounded on the north by the Gartree road and on the west by one

    Medbourne NEVILL HOLT HILL

    Medbourne MEDBOURNE The ancient parish of Medbourne , which is 3,034 a. in area, includes the township of Nevill Holt , and this is described in a separate section below. 1 The following account concerns the civil parish of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. THE SUEZ CANAL,-The traffic receipts of the SueB erday Canal on Thursday wvere 100,000 francs. 3rta~ ~Musurns Pacha, the Titrkish. Ambassador, had an inter- n the view with Lord Granville at the Foreign Office yesterday, with . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SEVERE WEATHER. The burstin rf the embankment of the canal at Tet- ternball, des rited yesterday, wvill mnean consideralble loss to the Staffordshire and WVoreebtershire Canal Company, i and causo much cucunvetienze to tr.e mes who have charge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Sale of Wines and4Spirit - T . ng 'to.decline Businesa,'rTea 3 "forb his Fie-f, ttt e' s nolv SE rl "?ctf u r'r Whole of his STOCK of. r8OR ,VI '' FORgIGN~and BRITISH SPIRITS' t Er R nd Prices, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANOHESTERi, OLD HAM, & HUDDERS- fi FLEILD JUNCTION RAILWAY. (provisionally Registered.) Capital £5 ,00,n 2~5,00O Shfles of £20 each. JeSTn Buess, Esq. ilerofghreeve of Manchester, director of ' the L,6ndoTS and Manchetester t Renmington's) and Manchester and Chester radi1ways Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SKATING. NATIONIAL SKATING ASSOCIATION. YORKSHIRE BRAN-CH. AMATEUR RACING IN LEEDS. The Yorkshire branch of the National Skating Ass- ciation on Saturday promoted a couple of races for amateurs on the ground of the West Riding Athletic Club in Meanwood-road, Subscribers-only content

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