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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churcham Manors

    of fish and wildfowl, 20 and swans were later kept. 21 Shoell Pool and Horse Pool (by then called Dog Kennel Pool) were stocked with flounders in 1772 . 22 Deer were kept in a paddock north of the house

    Cucklington Cucklington in 1838

    75 a. on the Phelips estate. 15 By the same period two substantial holdings, Clinger and Upper Shanks or Dog Kennel farms, had been created on the Dalton estate based at Shanks. 16 The farming in the parish was said

    Wilton Churches and Protestant nonconformity

    an inclosed meadow of about 20 acres, 3 acres in Burden's Ball Mead , 2 acres of meadow in Dog Kennel Close, and another Parsonage Mead of some 2 acres, for meadows, orchard land, and gardens close to the rectory

    Isleham Manors Isleham Hall in Early 18th Century

    1468 south of the middle part of East street, 81 was abandoned after the 1750s . The empty 5-a. Dog Kennel close, probably representing the abbot's meadow off Newnham street , mentioned in the 1460s , remained with the college

    Parishes Great Tew Great Tew (c.late 18th century) Great Tew , 1774

    low gothic arches, stands in the garden of nos. 36-7 , near a site known in 1767 as the Dog Kennel ; it was apparently built to house beehives. 95 The village stocks survive in mutilated condition on the Green

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 4

    a Stone Landmark set up. And from thence it runs Westward to Tottenham Court Road , so to the Dog Kennel ; and thence to St. Giles's Pound , where it crosseth the Road into Hog Lane , running down

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    witness fell down. fie was left four hours; they then returned, and took him to a house called the Dog Kennel. It was not till two hours after that any surgeon came to him. Witnesses for the Prisoner deposed that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Red Clothing, Cornicr Poles, caneo and Wi'ndsor Chairs, Sofa, Cleelois, PI'ntInge anid Pictures, Gaelittinye, w otik and deal Tables, Dog Kennel, large and well-built Wood Shed; Ijitohon Utensils, SHOP FITTINGS AND FIXTURES,. yl) Tea and Coffee Urea, Tea) Canieters, Seolee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CoeisnMoaowy 'I Piuslbe. alid ethers ; Kitcheu Furuniture, Cooking Utensils, len Br Knife Ataclile. Law~n oitior, Laily's Fur Vap, Dog Kennel, and ' ithctr Itemlis. Whlileb will lie SoltI lie Aucation. of f3C x BOWVN G& O,, TO-MORROW (Thursday), as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last, and came away about ten o'clock. I come home by the Dog Kennel house-me and a girl. We went on together talking down the Dog Kennel Lane, and the girl said she saw s00o0e one at the corner. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    co, wae not gone into. 'o et mnonth, hire. SUSPaRT-sc PscKrocKErs.-On tile 30tii of wwalkillE hi Thompson, of the Dog Kennel Fsarisn c goln and Congreve Street, in this borough. SOho bad Wa abstracted by silver to the amrount of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, June 1708, 01 June 1708-30 June 1708

    privy seals . [The Queen reads ] the Surveyor General's report on Lady Diana Howard's petition relating to the Dog Kennel in St. James's Park. The Queen will speak with Mr. Wise about this . The merchants concerned in the

    Index, L, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    376. Cockpit, 75, 185, 233, 308. Coleman Street, 53. Cotton House, Queen's Library moved to, 131. Doctors Commons, 310. Dog Kennel, St. James's Park, 27. Dogg Fields (Dogfeild) alias Mulghay, 273, 342. Fleet Prison, 107, 235, 467; Warden of, recovery

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    Howard , Charles, Surveyor General of Customs for Northumberland and Cumberland, 147. -, Lady Diana, petition relating to the Dog Kennel in St. James's Park, 27. -, James, Customs collector of Berwick, 147, 196. -, Phil., colonel, petition for royal


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