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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chapple Nonconformity

    Chapple Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY There is no evidence for any nonconformity in the parish until a Congregational mission room was opened at Rose Green in 1901 . 52 It remained open as a United Reformed church in 1999 . E.R.O.,

    Chappel Introduction Chappel c. 1810

    Chappel Introduction CHAPPEL THE small parish of Chappel , earlier Pontisbright, lies c . 7 miles west of Colchester , in the Colne valley. 57 Although the part of the parish north of the Colne was until 1889 intermixed

    Chapple Econmic History

    Chapple Econmic History ECONOMIC HISTORY The early agricul- tural history of Chappel was similar to that of neighbouring parishes, scattered acres and half- acres of land being consolidated and inclosed in the 12th and 13th centuries. The Hospitallers received

    Parishes Balsham Balsham , 1617

    Parishes Balsham BALSHAM The parish of Balsham 1 lying 9 miles south-east of Cambridge and 3 miles north-east of Linton , covers 4,550a. 2 The boundaries have long remained unchanged, following on the north-east, north-west, and south-west respectively the

    Townships Worsley

    Townships Worsley WORSLEY Werkesleia, 1195; Wyrkedele, 1212; Whurkedeleye, c. 1220; Worketley, 1254; Worcotesley, Workedesle, 1276; Wrkesley, Wrkedeley, Workedeley, 1292; Wyrkeslegh, Workesley, 1301; Worsley , 1444; 'Workdisley alias Workesley alias Worseley,' 1581. The ancient township of Worsley measures 41/2 miles

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. l.Froes n Icelt's Oateect. BANKRUPTS. Josnprr FonD, Ironmonger Lana, London, and HaerNe B. D POLLARD, of the samoe place, law stationers, dealers in wall 1 paplcrs. and commimsloln agento, tTading as R. II. hill and Co. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER PRESS FlNDy SPEECH BY LORD CROSS. Thetwenty-eigh th anniversary dinnerof the Newspaper Press Fund was held on Saturday evening at the Hotel Mdtropole, London. Amongst the guests were Viscount Cross, G.C.B. (in the chair),. Sir Algernon Borthwick (uresident), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE RAILWAY RACE., TEE EAST COAST MAKE ANOTHER :1. -ATTEMPT. The Press Association states that the East Coast -Railway Companies were making an attempt last night to break all previous records. A train was to run thruugh to Doncaster Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STRANGE SUICIDE IN LONDON. A RGDIME WGSLkN rOUND Df AD. I Last snigit, at the Chelsea.To Ha1, l r. Drew, the t Wean London Coroner, held, a long inquiry into the circumstances attending the suicide of a young lady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CONSTA13ULARY. List of the Sub-Inspectors of tie Consteliahtry Force for the I Province eJ Ulsters liph thitr Stations. - ULsTER.-Antrim, Capt. Flinter, Ballymena; Armagh, Capt. Henry, Armagh; Cavan, Capt. M'Leod, Cavan; Donegal, Capt. Taylor, Raphoe; Down, Capt. Crofton, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    A LOGICA L REASON. 61 place of worship. Thousands who never entered such places, and who therefore all the more needed the gospel, heard it from his lips, and were saved. It is therefore not surprising to find him Subscribers-only content

    Evils of the state of Ireland: their causes, and their remedy - a poor law, 1835

    29 In N ovember last the house of John Murphy , Esq., of Woodford , was attacked and fired into, and a threatening notice left, because he had taken a farm of which the previous tenant had been dispossessed. Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    A LOGICA L REASON. 61 place of worship. Thousands who never entered such places, and who therefore all the more needed the gospel, heard it from his lips, and were saved. It is therefore not surprising to find him Subscribers-only content

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