Journals Of The House Of Commons

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... the Admiralty; 4. Bath - -' - - - - * - '- - - - — - Void Election ; 101. Cambridge
Borough - - - Frederick William Trench, Esquire - Storekeeper of the Ordnance;
359. Cambridge University - - - Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal - Lord Chief
Justice of the Court of Com. _ " rnon Pleas; 383. Cm-hsle _ — - - - S“Bg::: Rein";
_Ge°:€e Gtahami} Steward of Chiltern Hundreds; 4. ' Daniel O'C°m1%l1, Esquire
- - Refusal to take the Oath of Supremacy; 325d of Chiltern Hundreds ; 229. Clare
County - n ...

Chiltern Firehouse

Author: Nuno Mendes
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607749939
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Menu development and tastings for the Firehouse started almost ten months
before we opened our doors, back in summer 2013, and they gave me a chance
to reminisce about my days in North America and the flavors I brought back with
me. Big North American cities are cultural melting pots, which makes the food
scene particularly exciting. Far-flung ingredients such as chipotle chiles, miso
paste, and umeboshi are commonplace in many of the cities' kitchens and
emerge on menus ...

A Journey Through The Chiltern Hills

Author: Jills Eyers
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445636522
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Hambleden is a small Chiltern village located just north of the River Thames
betweenthe townsof Henley andMarlow offthe A4155. It is a charming valley,full
ofcharacter, and ithasbeen thelocation for many historical films. The villagelies
inadry valleyofthe Chilterns, the sinuous nature of which ismarked by the
HambleBrook. TheHambleden Valley is cut into Middle and Upper Chalk (the
Lewes Nodular Chalk, the Seaford and the Newhaven Chalk Formations).
Thishas provided the ...

The Chiltern Hills

Author: Les Ham
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1466914343
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To the north east of Nettlebed is Windmill Hill where indeed there was once a
windmill. The last one burned down in 1912. It was situated about 500m up Mill
Lane. Two pudding stones are displayed at a road junction by a bus shelter. The
pudding stones were used by the ancient Britons as signposts standing in a line
from Grimes Ditch in Norfolk to the Thames at Pangbourne, they are about 4000
years old. 27. Northend A small village with a duck pond. 28. Parmoor St
Katherine's in ...

England S Gazetter

Author: Philipp Luckombe
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Chillington, Kent, not far from Maidstone. Céillington, Staff. to the S.W. of
Brcewood. Chillington, Sussex, .N. of Lewes. CHILMARx, Mälts, on the river
Nadder, near Chicklade, is a pleasant village, noted for quarries of good white
stone; 12 miles from Saiisbury. Fair July 30. - Chilmore, Warw. near Coventry.
Chifton, Kent, near Boćton-Malherb. Chilswell, Berks, near Abingdon. Chiltern All
-Saints, Wilts, E. side of Warminster. Chiltern St. Mary, Wilts, near Haresbury.
Chiltern Green, Hertf ...

Dictionary Of Jargon Routledge Revivals

Author: Jonathon Green
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131790818X
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Chiltern Hundreds n [UK] [Politics] the stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds of
Stoke, Desborough and Burnham was established to rid the Chiltern Hills of their
many predatory bandits. This requirement fell into disilse, but since 1707 the
taking of this stewardship has been used as a legal fiction to permit the
resignation of an MP. To hold an office for profit under the Crown - such as the
Chiltern Hundreds — automatically disqualifies an MP from sitting in the House of
Commons.

Manual Of Borough Law

Author: William J. Gilchrist
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CHEWTON.—(Created December, 1860.) Commencing at the south-east angle
of the Municipality of Castlemaine; bounded on part of the west by that
municipality, being a line bearing north one hundred and seventy chains; on the
north by a line bearing east three miles; on the east by a line bearing south three
miles; on the south by a line bearing west three miles; and on the remainder of
the west by a line bearing north seventy chains to the point of commencement. 14
, CHILTERN.

The Victorian Statutes

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Commencing at the south-west angle of the township reserve of Inglewood;
thence by a line bearing north one hundred and sixty chains; thence by aline
bearing east one hundred and sixty chains; thence by a line bearing south one ...
Commencing at the north-west angle of the town reserve of Chiltern proper;
thence by the north boundary of that township and the north boundary of the town
reserve of Chiltern east bearing east one hundred and sixty chains; on the east
by the east ...

Wildlife Of The Box Ironbark Country

Author: Christopher L. Tzaros
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
ISBN: 9780643069671
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Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park Location and access: Chiltern-Mt Pilot National
Park, 20 kilometres south-west of Wodonga, encompasses the undulating hills
surrounding the township of Chiltern, and much of the Mt Pilot and Barambogie
Ranges between Chiltern and Beechworth. The Chiltern section is dissected by
the Hume Freeway. Sections of the park north of the freeway are best accessed
via signposted tracks leading off the sealed Chiltern-Rutherglen Road, Old
Howlong ...

Die Ehen Der S Hne Gottes Mit Den T Chtern Der Menschen

Author: J.H. Kurtz
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5876712493
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... wissen wird, was er sich dabei zu denken hat. Schon dies führt uns. m-der Ann'
ahme, dass der Name „Gottessöhne“ ein allgemein bekerinter, stehender, im'
Sprachgebrauch 'flxi'rter terminoe ist. Wir ziehen also den Sprachge« brauch, so
weit uns derselbe im A. T. zugänglich ist, zu Rathe. Wir finden denselben
Ausdruck zunächst im B. Hieb, dessen Abfassung haut zu Tage ziemlich
allgemeindeni salomonischen Zeitalter zugewiesen ist; nämlich-in Hieb l, 6 und 2
, l: n*nhnyr ...