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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Horspath

    Parishes Horspath HORSPATH The parish of Horspath stretches from the slopes of Shotover in the north across the valley of the Northfield Brook , a feeder of the Thames , to the slopes of Cuddesdon and Garsington in the


    Lydney LYDNEY The large parish of Lydney 33 lay 21 km. southwest of Gloucester on the west bank of the river Severn . It contained the small town of Lydney with an adjoining village called Newerne , the village

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, May 1712, 21-31, 01 May 1712-31 May 1712

    Warrant Book May 1712 May 1712 May 21. Warrant by Treasurer Oxford to Spencer Compton to pay 20 l . to Samuel White as royal bounty. Money Book XXI , p. 520. Letter of direction for 3,000 l .

    Index, S, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    Index S S Saaros , de, Count, charge of transporting him, 553. Saassenraad , Engelfregt, late doorkeeper of the Court of Admiralty in Holland, 439. Sachems (Indian chiefs), instruction of in Christian ways, 228. Sacheverell , Timothy, waiter and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . '(l t/1t ood fl,'d0d,4zectid's Crdi)da's. W HEREAS JOHIN WOOD BROAD. HEA n, ofTotties, in t1C Parish of litkbrlr- ton, in the Couaty of York. Clothier, hath bv In- denture bearirg Date the:31at [iv of August Instant, assigned over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ti 5~tOS B#ZrienpSJrltlrupi L Persons W w1 m stsnd in d itod lo t tle A EofJAMt-FeS CRAVEN, of Heaton, in the Parish of Bradford, in the County of York, and THOMAS CRAVEN, of tIe le, in the said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DANCING. WR KAY .respectisliy bemq Leavr. in 1Y n form tme -Ldies and G tlernen of Lotedsn th V, Vcmnity, that at the request:-of Many Yerslectablo .1 ,inuiils,lhe intendls fpeningAn-Adeidcumj'for Dancing on Saturday, tile 28th [inst. Termsc knoWn by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THECOMMdERCIALSALERBO(MS. STERNE'SBUILDINCS, PAPR HNGIGSLEEDS. PAPER UANGINGS IN GREAT VARIErY. Messrs. HFppER and BARKER will BELL BY AUCTION, at their BoOen. on Tucsda, sext, March Sixlicelth, 1852, a LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SiOCK OF Ai PAPER EIANGIXNxS, manufactured on flock, satin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALE OF PAPER lANGINGS ON TUESDAY NEXT. Messrs. II iPl'EPR and BARKJIR will SELL BY AUCTION, attihe (ComincTcIl Sale IOomsA, lterinslls'auildings,Leeds, on Itiestiy nse, ert/ch Twesiy-tIird, 15S2, about 265OO F~th PlECESOF PAPERA H1ANGINGS, 1 2lU500 pils a g~cd~teavarioty of Subscribers-only content

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