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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lincoln's Inn Fieslda;* or of the Aitc- tiotteerit, 12. ('etunon Stree~t, Birntinghans. 683 1'ETLLVGJTON WOOD. MEREPORDSHIRK FREEHOLD LAND AND COPPICE WOOD. 1,fESSRS. JAAMES and LISTER LEA will Sell by .V II Auction, at the Green Dragost Hotel, Ilereford, on ORIDAXP, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    If,. F. I t. Julio nad late Mrs. T. Jay, and stuitiate in the midst of genie pro. The Coppice Wood thereoms is about fifteen years' growthi, and re- gsslarb'stored with Oult suilings. The above will lie sold in oiis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by woods of the Rev. HIF St. John anlaeSr..Jy and situate, in the maidet of game pre- ser-yes. Tlrr Coppice Wood thereon is about fifteenyears! growth, and re- gularly stored with Oak saplings. Thn' above will he sold in one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The above Eilile affeods ,erey coofidrerabl Alllantira both Wood and Watery iraving Four. hrabiuit its ornamevtal sprles of tich Coppice Wood, as ttt. ft1 many Valuable T'i- ner and other Tiers wilbt, it Iune, aboundoidg 'in a Variety of Filb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    affords very corifiderab-te Advantages from both Wood and Water, i'aseng Fout beautiful and high y orosmental Springs rf sich Coppice Wood, as well as a great mwsy saltable Tlimber and other Teres within it, The River Lune, aboundiog in a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 6 April 1668, 06 April 1668-06 April 1668

    Deane was committed, a Clause by them agreed, in pursuance of the Direction of the House, for disposing of Coppice Wood, in the said Forest: Which was twice read. The Question being put, To agree to the said Clause; It

    Warrants etc, August 1699, 21-25, 22 August 1699-25 August 1699

    Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of 70 acres of ground formerly called Coppice Wood in order to a grant thereof to Henry Washington for ever on payment of 350 l . Prefixing: said

    Warrant Books, May 1714, 21-20, 21 May 1714-31 May 1714

    the Duchy of Cornwall and held by Christopher Brown under an Exchequer lease and on which stands a little Coppice Wood, part of the said tenement, which the said Brown some time since assigned to one Cutty. Ibid ., p.

    Index of persons and Places, C

    George's regiment, half-pay for, 154. -, Walter, ensign in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 155. Copenhagen , Denmark, 11. Coppice Wood , grant of, 136. Corbet , , 1, 10. -, John, major in colonel Leigh's Dragoons, half-pay for, 447.

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    captain, information against, 297. -, John, lieutenant colonel of marines, 329; half-pay for, 449. Hobby , Peregrine, grant of Coppice Wood to, 136. Hobday , Richard, affidavit of, 423. Hobdy , William, a witness, 113. Hoblyn , John, tenements in

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