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Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837
Sangster, J. 1801 15 Apr. Cox, W. 1801 15 Apr. Bowman, J. 1801 15 Apr. Healey, ... 1773 22 July Palman, F.A. 1784 14 May Chamberlain, J. By 1789 Braund, T.
A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 4
Sport SPORT Wiltshire has a number of natural physical features which have played an important part in determining the forms of sport pursued within it. The large expanse of downland, more than half the total area, is particularly suited for sports...
Dictionary of Traded Goods and Commodities, 1550-1820
(1966, pb 1989) Cox, James Stevens (1966, paperback 1989), An Illustrated ... (1990) Cox, N.C. (1990), 'Imagination and Innovation of an Industrial ... Archaeology Review, XII/2, 127-44 Cox (...
A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 5
Sport SPORT Horse-racing Newmarket Heath, for three centuries the headquarters of English flat-racing, 1 owes its position partly to the capacity of its chalk downland to provide extensive courses of elastic turf over smooth and open ground for...
Survey of London: Volume 24, the Parish of St Pancras Part 4: King's Cross Neighbourhood
Hospital; 182227, Fred Maples, solicitor; 184063, Miss Compton Cox, daughter of Colonel Compton Cox, vice-president of the Foundling Hospital 180506
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 4, the City of Gloucester
Gloucester Outlying hamlets OUTLYING HAMLETS Outside Gloucester but included in the parishes of some of its churches lay the hamlets of Barton Street, Kingsholm, Longford, Tuffley, Twigworth, and Wotton. 1 With the extraparochial places of...
A History of the County of Shropshire: Volume 10, Munslow Hundred (Part), the Liberty and Borough of Wenlock
Church Stretton CHURCH STRETTON The extensive parish of Church Stretton contained 10,286 a. (4,163 ha.) c. 1831 62 and, save for excrescences at the southern end and the north-western corner, approximated to a compact rectangle over 8 km. from...