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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of West Acre

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of West Acre 35. THE PRIORY OF WEST ACRE Ralph de Toni, the great Norman baron, to whom were granted by the Conqueror twentytwo manors in Norfolk , in conjunction with his wife

    The priory of Weybridge The priory of Weybourne

    The priory of Weybridge The priory of Weybourne 36. THE PRIORY OF WEYBOURNE The Austin priory of Weybourne , or Waburn, was founded in the reign of King John by Sir Ralph Mainwaring , and dedicated to the Blessed

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Great Massingham

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Great Massingham 29. THE PRIORY OF GREAT MASSINGHAM A small Austin priory, dedicated to the honour of the Blessed Virgin and afterwards to SS. Mary and Nicholas, was founded at Great Massingham

    Alien houses The priory of Welle or Well Hall in Gayton

    Alien houses The priory of Welle or Well Hall in Gayton 122. THE PRIORY OF WELLE OR WELL HALL IN GAYTON 1 William de Streis, about the year 1081, bestowed the manor of Welle and the advowson of the

    House of Cistercian nuns The abbey of Marham

    House of Cistercian nuns The abbey of Marham HOUSE OF CISTERCIAN NUNS 20. THE ABBEY OF MARHAM This abbey of Cistercian nuns was founded by Isabel, widow of Hugh de Albini, earl of Arundel . It was dedicated to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    }~~~~ i; ,E - i~, -j . .; ;: , j: j :nEs':'x', s ,x -B - l [IM Lh itIDr VLUGrA&R&. I THIE OUTRAGE iN ANGLESFA.. Yesterday atternoon, tih Vatiatates at- V.alleP Patty: Session doecdedto, take alithe evidencea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL AMD MONETARY. I [From our citu CorrcsnoadeRcl Lo*NoN, Friday Eveninr. Bank rate of discount since March 13, 1890, 4 per cent. There was a good demand for Money in Lombard Street to-day, while the supply of floating capital Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POUNDHAYVIL. WiENT.-ON SALEb PiIAT CC 4jad most desirbl FREHE flllgibly situntped in thle beftuttf~l l,_n"picturesque Vil-th lage of litonudhay, distinguish ed, high Chbaract r flri and Resspectability of the Nelgighbourlsodd the Beauty iand F Leo8, mi- vsth't s ei.nlytlrtan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I MALTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW Favoured with charming weather, the Malton Agricul- tural Society held its eighteenth annual show yesterday, and wras patronised by a large number of visitors, in- eluding many from York, Scarborough, and other towns. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'lROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW IN DERRY. rger 3ort SECOND DAY. hbat 3035 [FtOr un OR i'flOnTwt.] iad. DEnn~Y, THURSDAY.-This seems to bo the ladies LOS'l day of the show. The fierce anxiety with which the many competitors waited yesterday for Subscribers-only content

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