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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, August 1717, 11-12, 11 August 1717-12 August 1717

    repairs are required at the Lodges, their barns, stables and outhouses: s. d. Wakefield Lodge 71 16 0 the Little Lodge upon Wakefield Lawn 25 19 0 the Page's Lodge to Wakefield 12 0 0 Hazleborough Lodge 19 7 9

    Index, W, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    513; the Page's Lodge to, 513. Shrobb Lodge, 513. Wakefield, Lodge, 513; the Page's Lodge to, 513. Wakefield Lawn, Little Lodge upon, 513. woodward of, patent fees in lieu of poundage, 136, 314. See also Newton, T. Whitton , ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    K~atU'e, Hill, Dud ey. e3359 0. R.Waitd Situation. ill large li1111 or no Seontd - Hond. Good charaoter.-R. W., Little Lodge, Droitwieb. 04671 irS ~.~lLER l~ater.-Watodby a respectable married ialn, a P Situstion os General Miller, who tboroushily underotatdon his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pasture LAND, near thereto and occupiedi therewith, called by the several Names of the Upper Sliaking. the Croft, the Little Lodge, the Six Days' Work, the Bowling Alley, tile Flashes, and tile Birks, containiing together by Esti- s rnation, 37 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pasture LAND, near thereto assd occupied therewith, called by the several Names of the Upper Shakitig, the Croft, the Little Lodge, the Six Days' Work-, tCie Bowling Alley, tle ],lashes, and the Birks, containing together. by Esti- mation, 37 Days' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were married in the Romnu~ Catholic Cha~pel at Passae, aad for a while they a- out to live in Little Lodge, at Horlsehihe<. From t~he start the poor w.oma~n wits treated badly, andl she fraguently compla.ined to the police about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obser- vance of the old custom of Harvest Home, which is now too generally forgotten. The labourers on the Little Lodge Farm, Great Bardfield, Essex, with their wives and children, numbering in all 227, were on Friday last pro- vided Subscribers-only content

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