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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clifton Hampden

    Parishes Clifton Hampden CLIFTON HAMPDEN The modern parish of Clifton Hampden dates only from 1819, for until then Clifton was nominally a chapelry of Dorchester . 1 The boundaries of Clifton , however, appear to have remained unchanged from

    Townships Whalley

    Townships Whalley WHALLEY Hwaelleage, Hweallaege, A.-S. Chron. 798; Wallei, Dom. Bk.; Wallebi, 1182 (exceptional); Wallega, 1183; Walelega, 1211; Walleye, 1245; Qwalley, 1257; Walley, Wallay, 1258; Whallay, 1298. The township of Whalley lies along the Calder as it flows north

    Parishes Salperton

    Parishes Salperton SALPERTON Salperton, which lies 13 km. east of Cheltenham , ceased to exist as a civil parish in 1935 when it was united with Hazleton, to the south. 1 The ancient parish, known by the 18th century

    Nazeing

    Nazeing NAZEING Nazeing is a parish of 3,952 a. lying about four miles north of Waltham Abbey and bounded on the west by the river Lea . 1 Most of it is still rural, but during the past 40

    Index A - Z

    Index A - Z The plates referred to are between pages 152 and 153 Page numbers in bold type indicate the main entry for a place. The following abbreviations have been used: Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Bart.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. An alarming fire broke out on the night of the 11 th instant in the house of AIr Elliott in the Westminster road, and communicated with the es- I tensive coach-factory adjoining, belonging to the same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Th'FTRE9':=PRE1 BOXESl St-IEanhESAP'srIV TE BXEtL-T tSAMS'S Library, St. -ames's-lstr Aedte , for the Nigiht, for large or sm arties, at Druryl Paa Covet-gadenand Adeiphi Thezatres;, risatruylne, Terms of Sabseription to Sams's Library, The Year Half-year - _ _ G Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gTAive AL- t POLITICAL UN ION.-A PUPBL MEETING L ATIoObaNALfull free will beeta ersnaio t h epe l for the purpose of, formlig a UNIONIwith -the following Objects, il be 'held on MONDAY NEXT, at Twelve o'Clock, for O Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THiE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I might give w short hint to an impantiol writer, it would be to tell him his fate. I f he resolves to ven ture xsgon the da.ngerousc precipice cf telling xnhiasoe1 truth, let himt procloim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOUIS NAPOLEON'S INVASION- Tihe Mniteur of Monday contains the ordonnance toovokiog the Court of Peers, and 1hargibg it with the "lsl of Louis Bonaparte and his accoerplices. Louis Bonaparte himself had arrived at the Castle of Ham, from `hetlce Subscribers-only content

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