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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Holleth, Cleveley and Cabus

    Townships Holleth, Cleveley and Cabus HOLLETH Holouth, 1326; Holuith, 1329; Holough, 1375. This township is entirely separated from the main part of the parish by Forton in Cockerham , and about 60 acres of its southern edge lie in

    Townships Hambleton

    Townships Hambleton HAMBLETON Hameltune, Dom. Bk.; Hamelton, 1176; Hambleton (xvi cent.). This northernmost portion of the parish is cut off from the main body by the River Wyre , the boundary on the south-west side. It has an area

    Townships Cleveley

    Townships Cleveley CLEVELEY Cliveley, c. 1270. Like Forton , Cleveley lies in Amounderness Hundred, and is divided between two parishes. The greater part, including a small detached fragment on the south-east bank of the Wyre , is within Cockerham

    Townships Singleton

    Townships Singleton SINGLETON Singletun, Dom. Bk.; Schingleton, 1168; Singelton, 1176; Singilton, 1257; Singleton , 1286. The larger part of this township is known as Great Singleton with 1, 5751/2 acres; it contains the village and chapel near the centre,

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    Townships Nether Wyresdale NETHER WYRESDALE Wyresdale, 1246. The township retains the name of the large district of which it forms part. The River Wyre in general bounds it on the west, and Grizedale Brook on which at one point

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CGLEANINGS. It is reported tbat ithe new 3ish aMarkct at FaTringdon st Street is almost ready for eccaipation. 'o Canon Farrar's new work, "The Early Days of Clhris. i lanltv," will be issued- by Messrs. Cassell, Petter, Galpin I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW.3 OF THE DAf. AND JOURNAL N -ONDAY, MA-Y 4, 187' - Tile Times says in. regard to Rugby School iqriends of the school will be glad to lmnow that the entries this term quadrupile 1he departures; that work Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ----------c~ LEEDS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. HEELEVENTH SESSION, during which the T foI wng COURSES ,.f LECT URES will be delivered, will commence on F0TDAY, OCTOBER Est, 1841. ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, taid PATHOLOGY, byhMr. T. P. TEALE., FL.S., Mr. GAOLrca, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Notimt of e~pplicationl to Parliament. XIIDLAND RAILWAY.-(New Lines and Addi- INJ tional Powerp.)- New B3ranch Itilwiys in thle coantias of L~ry eicester, Nottinglioto Stafford, lHertliord, Bedford, and in the Avest Riding of the county of Y!ort; Alterationis 0n1 Abandonmoent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rc~fonunid frem thir Fi~ftho T1age.) De'ilrsble, Investmlent. Vlal ta in the perish of Wouland, nson Amilgebl. Early ia Ausust next, W~EB WHITFSTUME ESTATE, dontaliain g 5055 or r eeno n heccuate f M.'orns Olzbe The etateconssts f a t2D5?t5~ Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Index B B Babbicombe (Devon) , 839. Bach , John, lottery manager, 648, 689. Bache (Batch) , John, felon, 199. Bacon , Sir Edmond, 233. -, Dame Susanna, 233, 345. Badcock , Henry, 73, 514, 569. Baddow Magna (Essex)

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