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  • [Info] A Literal Extension and Translation of the Portion of Domesday Book Relating to Cheshire and Lancashire, and to Parts of Flintshire and Denbighshire, Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire (published to accompany a facsimile not included here; Domesday text in Latin and English; Chester: Minshull and Hughes; London: Vacher and Sons, 1863), ed. by William Beamont

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Filed under: Land tenure -- England Filed under: Land tenure -- England -- Cheshire
  • [Info] A Literal Extension and Translation of the Portion of Domesday Book Relating to Cheshire and Lancashire, and to Parts of Flintshire and Denbighshire, Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire (published to accompany a facsimile not included here; Domesday text in Latin and English; Chester: Minshull and Hughes; London: Vacher and Sons, 1863), ed. by William Beamont
Filed under: Land tenure -- England -- Lincolnshire Filed under: Hyde Park (London, England) Filed under: Kensington Gardens (London, England) -- Fiction Filed under: Lancashire (England) -- BiographyFiled under: Lancashire (England) -- Description and travelFiled under: Lancashire (England) -- Fiction Filed under: Lancashire (England) -- Social life and customs -- FictionFiled under: Lancashire (England) -- History Filed under: Lancashire (England) -- History -- 19th centuryFiled under: Lancashire (England) -- History -- Sources Filed under: Lancashire (England) -- History -- To 1500 -- SourcesFiled under: Lancashire (England) -- Humor Filed under: Lancashire (England) -- Languages -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Lancashire (England) -- PoetryFiled under: Lancashire (England) -- Social life and customs Filed under: Preston (Lancashire, England) -- Church historyFiled under: Cotton manufacture -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Cotton trade -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Folk songs, English -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Folklore -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Normans -- England -- Lancashire
  • [Info] A Literal Extension and Translation of the Portion of Domesday Book Relating to Cheshire and Lancashire, and to Parts of Flintshire and Denbighshire, Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire (published to accompany a facsimile not included here; Domesday text in Latin and English; Chester: Minshull and Hughes; London: Vacher and Sons, 1863), ed. by William Beamont
Filed under: Occultism -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Witchcraft -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Songs, English -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Tales -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Walking -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Weavers -- England -- LancashireFiled under: Working class -- England -- Lancashire

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