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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Social life

    the New Friendly society met at the White Horse . 79 and another society at the Robin Hood and Little John . 80 The United Society of South Mimms , which met at the Bull, Potters Bar , in 1807

    Finchley Charities for the poor

    between Dollis brook and Nether Street . In 1757 it consisted of two tenements and Homefield and Great and Little John 's fields. 98 It was let at £18 in 1682 , £42 in 1794 , and £67 12 s

    The borough of Reading Charities

    by the said ministers, subject to the repair of testator's monument. The endowment consists of a farm known as Little John 's Farm in Tilehurst , containing 53 acres or thereabouts, awarded in 1817 on the inclosure in that parish,

    Parishes Litlington

    on the turnpike. 40 It was still open in 1978 . The village inns included the Robin Hood and Little John , recorded by 1811 . 41 Named from a local fable that an arrow shot by Robin grew into

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS IN 1842

    ( Herts .) 76 led to some growth at Potters Bar . A third inn, the Robin Hood and Little John , was built in High Street , and to its south on a new site stood the Swan with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the escape of Robin, resorts to the forest as Will Scarlett, attended by a servant, six feet high, called Little John. A code of laws is promulgated, and one or two legendary adventures dramatised, until at length Richard Cmur de Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    She by Maid Marian's name be only called. llluatilda. I am contented; read on Little John, Henceforth let me be named Maid Mariani. Little John. Thirdly, no Yeoman following Robin Hood In Sherwood, shall harm widow, wife, or maid, But Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tegent's-park. lie was inr his latt year. His name is connected with our literatire as being the little fcllowv-fltugl Little John, as his Grandfather playftlly called hhn-to whovm Sir Walter Scott ad- dressed his " fales of a Grandfather ;" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Ima. cloth, ls. T EACHERS' TALES, No. 1. REBECCA W1L- TSON, the CUMBERLAND GIRL. By the Author of ,Little John Mieek," &c. London: Houlston Hughes, Strand; and John Green, 121 Nesgatestreet, J.ately published, LIVE and LET LIVE. By Miss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    published, T EACHER'S '['ALES, No. 11, HARRY J WINTER, the Weaver of Borough Place. By the Author of " Little John Meek," General Reading," &e. 18mo. cloth, gilt, ls. London: John Green, 121 Newgate street; and Hoaslton and Hughes, 192 Subscribers-only content


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