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Etwall is a civil parish and village in Derbyshire, England. It is located southwest from Derby on the A50.
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by Adam BLACK (Publisher, and BLACK (Charles) Publisher.)
ETWALL is a large and important village with a most interesting church, in which are many fine monuments and monumental brasses to the Portes and others, and the famed “Hospital” for a certain number of pensioners. This village, with its ...
Its Towns, Watering Places, Dales and Mansions, with Map of the County, Plan of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall
ETWALL is a large and important village . with a most interesting church, in which are many fine monuments and monumental brasses to the Fortes and others, and the famed " Hospital" for a certain number of pensioners. This village, with its ...
by Great Britain. Parliament
Etwall is a parish having an almshouse for six of the poorest of the parish, who receive weekly £1 84!. Careful inquiries were made by the Commissioners, which showed that the chance of being elected into the almshouse had attracted to ...
The Parliamentary Debates (1879)
by Great Britain. Parliament
Etwall is a parish having an almshouse for six of the poorest of the parish, who receive weekly £1 8:. Careful inquiries were made by the Commissioners, which showed that the chance of being elected into the almshouse had attracted to ...
The Literary World (1880)
Etwall is an agricultural parish, having at this time just fifty-eight labourers living in it. The income of the charity applicable to school as well as almshouse, approached ,£3,000 per annum. Careful inquiries had been made which showed that ...
Containing the Names, in Alphabetical Order, of All the Counties, with Their Several Subdivisions Into Hundreds, Lathes, Rapes, Wapentakes, Wards, Or Divisions; and an Account of the Distribution of the Counties Into Circuits, Dioceses, and Parliamentary Divisions. Also, the Names (under that of Each County Respectively) in Alphabetical Order, of All the Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns, Villages, Hamlets, and Tithings, with the Distance of Each from London, Or from the Nearest Market Town, and with the Population, and Other Interesting Particulars Relative to Each; Besides which There are Maps; First, One of the Whole Country, Showing the Local Situation of the Counties Relatively to Each Other; And, Then, Each County is Also Preceded by a Map, Showing, in the Same Manner, the Local Situations of Cities, Boroughs and Market Towns. Four Tables are Added; First, a Statistical Table of All the Counties, and Then Three Tables, Showing the New Divisions and Distributions Enacted by the Reform-Law of 4 June, 1832 by William Cobbett
ETWALL, 6 miles S.W. from Derby. Popula. 593. EY AM, 4 miles N. from Bakewell . Popula. 1,516. FAIRFIELD, in Hope parish, and popula. included therein. 1 mile E. from Buxton. FERNILEE, in Hope parish, and popula. included therein.
by Friedrich Adolf Ebert
Etwall. Ox., typ. Clarend., 1771. 8°. Also on large paper. The two Alcibiades and the Hipparchus are included.
Dictionary of Pub Names (2006)
Hawk and Buckle Etwall, near Derby. Others at Llanefydd, Clwyd and Denbigh. A reference to falconry, and the French expression en houcle, which means that the hawk is tethered by a leash attached to a ring. Hawkins Arms Probus, near ...
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