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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 5 January 1649, 05 January 1649-05 January 1649

    the Chains that are within the said City and Liberties thereof: And that the said Chains be secured in Leaden Hall , until the House take further Order, for the Use of the several Wards to whom they respectively do

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 06 March 1626, 06 March 1626-06 March 1626

    Volume 1 06 March 1626 Lunae, 6 Martii Leaden Hall Market. L. 1. AN Act for the Changing of the weekly Market, for Buying and Selling of tanned Leather, at Leaden Hall in London, from the Monday to the Tuesday.

    Limestreete warde

    builded in Leaden hall .; Legacies giuen by Simon Eyre.;Dayly seruice by noate, & c., and three free schooles in the Leaden hall.; Liber albus. Beame for tronage of wools at Leaden hall. The next is Leaden Hall, of which

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 7 March 1644, 07 March 1644-07 March 1644

    in the Employment wherewith Sir Wm. Waller is intrusted, One Demi Culverin called Kill Cow , Three Drakes at Leaden Hall , One Demi Culverin Drake, and one Sacre Drake, upon Shod-wheels with their Carriages; and for Carriages; with Provisions

    Wills, 6 Henry IV (1404-5)

    Roll 133 (84). 1 Among the names of his co-feoffees of Leaden Hall appears that of Ro bert Rykedon, who, according to Stow, conveyed the manor of Leaden Hall, together with the advowsons of S. Peter's Church, the church of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    |SPECIAL CO1{RESPONDENCEs 1 1 (BY PRIVATE TELBiQRAPE.) LONDoN, Wednesday Evening. t Dr. Lushes Medical Act Amendment Bill occupied t the House of Commons to-day, and gave rise to an animated discussion. But as Government are in the 1 field Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edge cantered six furlongs twice ; Sea Song, Buccaneer, and Hurst cantered ; Jones' Lord Chatham, Fourn Poetaz,'Carn-onia~n, and Leaden Hall cantered a mile. Vincent'-E.arl of Shifnal i'slloped a, mile. May's ,Hinnington wAas sent two miles. Waiting's Kaikoera, Torm Cribb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Implements in Husbandry, and remaining part of the neat Furni- ture and Effects of Mr. RICHARD KEMBALL, deceased, at Leaden Hall, Stoke. WETHERDEN, NEAR STOWMARKET. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. By Messrs. BIDDELL and BLENCOWE, In September, THE highly valuable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Implements in Husbandry, and remaining .part of the neat Furni- ture and Eft'ects of Mr. RICHARD KEMBALL, deceased, at Leaden Hall, Stoke. DARSHAM'S FARM, WETHEIiDEN, NEAR WOOLPIT. On Saturday, September 22d, at Ten o'clock, on account of the unusual number Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House, Melton, iv this county. On the 30th ult., aged 19, Walter Joseph, youngest son of Mr. John Crooks, Leaden Hall Farm, Stoke- by Nayland. On the Sist ult., at his residence, Bury-street, Stcw- market, aged 43, Mr. Henry Baker, Subscribers-only content

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