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OUSEOffice of University and Science Education
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"There was the old party what engaged me a waitin' in the 'ouse at Purfleet.
So long as this 'ouse is known indefinite as Billickin's, and so long as it is a doubt with the riff-raff where Billickin may be hidin', near the street-door or down the airy, and what his weight and size, so long I feel safe.
'Things cannot too soon be put upon the footing,' said she, with a candour so demonstrative as to be almost obtrusive, 'that the person of the 'ouse is not a box nor yet a bundle, nor a carpet- bag.
ack said"oth our families hae receied support from ope ouse in the past and we would like to GIE something back to say thank you."
This illustrated oral memoir details a bygone era on the River Ouse in Yorkshire, offering the recollections of bargeman Laurie Dews of Selby, the last generation of a family of bargemen on the Yorkshire Ouse.
Flowers left by the River Great Ouse in Bedford, close to where mother-of-three Leanne Gordon drowned
In that role, he was recently invited to accompany two RAFA colleagues to a welfare meeting at Linton on Ouse.
The exhibition will detail how upper levels, accessed off Ouse Street, are planned to host residen tial properties of between one and five bedrooms.
FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN THIS COMPETITION, Text ECWIN1 followed by space, then your correct answer, name, ouse number and postcode to 84080 or all the competition line on 0901 229 3351 please take care when dialling).
Olivia Laing has written a lyrical tribute to the River Ouse in Sussex.