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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    Potterspury POTTERSPURY The ancient parish of Potterspury stretched across the whole of Cleley hundred near its southern end, from a north-eastern boundary represented by the river Tove to a south-western boundary with Whittlebury parish in the middle of Whittlewood

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    Index K-Z Kainneto , Peter de Kay , Thomas Kaye , Augusta Hatfield : see Wentworth A. H.; John Hatfield Keen , - Keire , Sir George Kelmarsh Kemp , Bennett; Sarah: see Winters , Sarah Kendale , Robert

    Alderton ALDERTON Alderton Village

    Alderton ALDERTON The former parish of Alderton , which was transferred entirely to Grafton Regis in 1935 , 1 occupied some 878 acres to the south and west of the river Tove about nine miles south of Northampton and

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, August 1717, 11-12, 11 August 1717-12 August 1717

    Treasury Warrants August 1717, 11 12 August 1717, 11 12 Aug. 12. Royal warrant dated Hampton Court to Charles, Lord Cornwallis, and James Craggs, senr., Postmasters General, to pay to Isaac Manley, Deputy Postmaster of Ireland, 200 l. per

    Index, W, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    Index W W Waddall , John, tenant of a messuage in St. James's parish, 371. Wade , [George ] , major general, regiment of foot, 91, 734; regiment of horse, 502. -, John, clerical fee due to, 97. Wadeson

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES. In fioe though very cold weather the ,Northampton ~ mnerting was commenced to-day, the attcndance beling ¶ satisfactory enough, but the sport turningg out somnewhatg disappointing. The chief event-the Earl Spencer's Be Plate-wvis won by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SP')RTING NOT&S. CURRENT TOPICS AND ANTICIPATIONS OF NORTHAMPTON. To tIe EDITOR of tte DAsy PORT. Sir,-A melancholy topic is this week furnished in the death of Lord Glasgow, which took place at the Scottish residence of the noble earl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RACING NOTES. To the EDITOR of the BnbWmNaoW[AM DAILY Pos. Sir,-The meeting at Northampton was a very great success, both in point of sport and attendance; and at times people were disposed to forget the cold in the excite- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTiNG NOTES. CP'I{PENT TOPICS AND RET l'OSPECT OF NOltTHAWiP37]rON T; (lie EDITOI of the DAILY POee L Ahil-t the sport at Northanpeoll was of a fair-class character and wituessed by one of the largest attendances known at that place, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INUELLIGENCE. NORTHAMPTON NOTES. Ihe smallest field that ever contested the Northamptonahire Stakes was that over which Jester proved victorious this afternoon; and the connparative failure which the meeting proved, as far as regards the sport, demonstrates the harm Subscribers-only content

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