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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, August 1701, 01 August 1701-20 August 1701

    ] 40 l . to the Earl of Ranelagh for two years' allowance for hay for the deer in Cranbourne Chase. Treasury Minute Book XIII , pp. 32 33. August 1, afternoon. Present: Lord Godolphin; Chancellor Boyle; Mr. Hill. [The

    Index of Persons and Places, I, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    -, William, master glazier, 332. Ireton , , lands in co. Flint, 278. Ironmonger , Benjamin, a Keeper of Cranbourne Chase, Windsor Forest, 226. -, Katharine, pension for, 213. Isham , John, order on duties on coals and culm assigned

    Index Of Persons And Places, J, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    Subject Index Army. lease of office of Ranger and Keeper of Bagshot Park, etc., 331, 355, 427. Ranger of Cranbourne Chase in Windsor Forest, 241. later Treasurer of Chelsea Hospital, 39, 211, 232, 261, 276, 301 accounts, 40, 190, 223,

    Treasury Minutes, October 1717, 2-31, 02 October 1717-31 October 1717

    Woodward. Referred to the Surveyor [ General ] of Woods. A letter from Mr. Young about trees felled in Cranbourne Chase in Windsor Forest. Read. Register of Papers T 4/20, p. 40. Oct. 30. Treasury Chambers, Whitehall. Present: Mr. Baillie,

    Index, J, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    of, 368. -, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, annuities, in the name of, 274; reversionary, purchased by, 183. Keeper of Cranbourne Chase, Windsor Forest, 95. Paymaster General of the Forces, 166, 240, 315. accounts of, 59, 88, 174, 196, 384, 458,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sunninghill

    to Staines runs eastwards through the parish and is intersected by roads leading to Old Windsor , Winkfield and Cranbourne Chase . Sunninghill is watered by the Blakmoor Stream. It has also several springs, one of which, 'The Wells,' is

    Cranborne Chase

    [Smart ] Chron. of Cranborne ( 1841 ), 252-68. J. C. Cox , 'Royal Forests of Wilts . and Cranbourne Chase ', Memorials of Old Wiltshire , ed. A. Dryden , 88. First Pembroke Survey , ed. Straton, i. 69.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an individual who has bee' plucked at a minor establishment belonging to the defendant. According to the Act disfranchising Cranbourne Chase the rights of Lord Rivers therein will cease on the l0th October 1830. Meaflwhile the gradual destruction of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. lNolson'a ei by North Idncoln-Peahen, 7tatlOlb - 1 iRosli fiw~ zIL Wooloot),- Nois y aehns Prince Tech (Hibberd), Cranbourne Chase (Andews), and Nigara colt & Deakin) also ran.-Betting: S to 4 o Steppe, 4tol1gstAIDs Mataer, S tol1 agat any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after careful research, by ft James B. 8. Stormay. There are papers in the part also on Y "The Cranbourne Chase Excavations" and "The Drake so, Family." Articles on " Charles Watertonl,"' on "Buso 8, in Northumberland." and on "Belsay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -be Princo of WWales's Mousme Moarsh S 9 Lord Wm;. Beootirek's Supreme H. Lacel a 8 9 Lord Cadogwa's Cranbourne Chase J. Waugh 8 9 Mir. J. Cannon's Belle iber Owner 8 9 Lord Cardros'' Lady Galloway Pickering 8 9 Subscribers-only content

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