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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Rushton James RUSHTON JAMES 1991

    Leek Rushton James RUSHTON JAMES Rushton James was formerly a township in Leek parish and later a civil parish 1,390 a. (563 ha.) in area. 17 It is pasture, with scattered settlement along the Leek-Congleton road , which runs

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Kent : Phil. (brickmaker), - (builder), Kerrygold Co. Ltd. , Kevelioc , Hugh of, earl of Chester , Key : Rob., fam., Keyworth , W. G. , vicar of All Saints', Leek , Kidd : John, and

    Horton HORTON 1991

    Horton HORTON Horton, 4 miles north-west of Leek , was formerly a chapelry of Leek but a separate parish probably by the 16th century. 1 The area is rural and in the north-west part includes Horton Hay , formerly

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IIh>:iESfN-ERS, HOStERS, HATTERS, &c. Queen-Street, vetar St. Alkmund's Cluirch, Darny, P ilESENT tlheir. rfitpeiliid Coniplimehtts to the Ladies 1 and Gentlemen of i3erbyand its Vicinity, afflriig them thtat, thould the public patronage 'attend their Enu deavours, they will-never wvitally Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WaateI.IJrnerliatecly.: A PROFESSED WOMAN COOK, perfely mltlrefs ;A. of her Bufinefs in:all its branchea) not under thirty- -five years of age, who can have ar u1ndeniable chaitater h foa her laitplace, where fie mufthavel'ked tral years, . and who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Notice is Hereby Given, s 'HAT Application is intended to be made to Parlia- * ment in the next Seflion, for an A't to continue the _ Term and alter and enlarge the lowers of two leveral M, Ats Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. EDIVARDS, HARPER TO TIIE EARL OF UXBRIDGE, R l ESPECTFULLY informs the Inhabitants 6f Derby, 'and its Vicinity, that he inteids performing on the ORIGINAL TRIPLE WEL:CH HARP, Several OvaiiTUR18, Englilh, Scotch, Welch, and Irilh Asas, with his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I I TH'EATR'1'5 , (CO\ENTRY. -A B1t hlis .1NahfLjy'r SCtA ts. F di THE YOUNG ROSCIUS. II; IrTli, Celebrated MAr~STER J.FTTY, hetter ktoen by fi T ille Name ofthe YOUNG i OSCULS. is engaged for to iOUR AlIGH'1TS ONYLY, Subscribers-only content

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