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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, August 1706, 1-15, 01 August 1706-31 August 1706

    20 l . an acre for looking after and maintaining the royal gardens and plantations at Hampton Court, the Great Plantation on the north side of Windsor Castle, the garden at the Lodge in Windsor Great Park, and all the

    Warrant Books, January 1715, 1-10, 01 January 1715-10 January 1715

    manual of 3 Aug. 1706, to wit for keeping all the royal Gardens and Plantations at Hampton Court, the Great Plantation on the North Side of Windsor Castle, the Gardens at the Lodge in Windsor Great Park and all the

    Treasury Warrants, October 1702, 01 October 1702-31 October 1702

    ] Officers of the Works to report on the enclosed bill of Henry Wise for work done in the Great Plantation on the north side of Windsor Castle amounting to 118 l . 18 s . 0 d . and

    Index Of Persons and Places, W, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    Plantations, maintenance of, 733, 734 contractor for. See Wise, H. works in, 9, 16, 257, 340, 375, 616, 619. Great Plantation, 733, 734. goods carried to, payment for, 386. Governor and Captain of. See FitzRoy, G., Duke of Northumberland. King

    Index, U, Z

    969. Gardens: border next the fruit tree wall, 65. the garden to the House in the Great Park, 66. Great Plantation at the North side, 64, 65, 66, 369, 376. works, 65 66, 88, 315; and See Royal Gardens; Wise,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHAIOLESTONE. near WAKEFIELD-To INNEEEPEs. - M By Mr. STEWART, en Friday, the Fourth Dayaflune,1041, at Seven o'Clock in the Evening, atbte House of irs. Lyle. the White H-orse lfIi, In Wakieflield, in the County of York, sub-i ject teo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    County Antrim, thorough as they were as far as they went, were limited in scope in comparison with the "Great Plantation in Ulster," for which.Tanties. 'a reign will be for ever remembered in Ireland. It is extremely difficult to make Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calls each Night in their American Entertainment. For prosf of the same apply to the Managers. ST. JOBN, the Great Plantation Dancer, Inimitable Strutter and Jiggist, and Original Railway Rattler, cannot fail to please asy audience; whilst M~rs. ST. JOHlN, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in one. Dramca and Variety. Negroes, Dogs, Donkey, &c. Ban joists, Dancers, White and Coloured, Specially Engaged for the Great Plantation Scene. Unlimited Supply of Wall Printing. Unlimited Supply of Window Lithos. (Seven different Styles). Our Daily Street Parades with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    keeper, deposed that about 11 a.in. ou the 13th of April I he saw OUington, who was in the Great Plantation, start a leveret about hali grown. He ran after it, picked iit up, and put it in his pocket. Subscribers-only content

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