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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cliff dottage,-Pembray, Car. y martlsenahIre, now of 86, St, Jaie3' Street, Piccadilly, Middlesex, 51 gentleman. Gxonoz PAnesoNs, sen., 32, Manor Place, Walworth Road, Surrey; also of 16, Tuscau Street, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, engineer and machinist. MOsBS BeINSAUDE r, and JACOB Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tc y PiftfeetslidBat w.Plano. Terms moderate. 00132 - APARTMENTS Isomfortable). for a Gentleman, sr two Gentle. A.S.men fylends,-Apply, 4, Manor Place, Homer Street, Malfsslej Road. ' c8414 A PARTMENTS, for a Geustloman or Fiends; cmfortable, good AP attendance; piano. No Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very cheerful.-Aebby Hosae, Sutton Cold' ,Sfeld. 80t A. PARTMIINTS (comfortable), for a Gentleman, or two Gentle, r-Atlmen frierds.-Apply, 4I, Manor Place, [Iomer Street, Mooflei -Road. doll1 l PARTMENTS, for a Geetlemari or Friends; comfortable; good - A. attendance ; piano. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aston Cress. c9R01 hea -.of APAR~TMENTS.te A XAIT~MISTS (comfortable), fora, Gentlensan, or, two Gitote- WI A]'ten ranode -Apply, 4, Manor Place, Rtomner 9treetMsle Road, - ' ' B4e4 lao PARTISENTS, for Total Abstainer, StaPool Road, oes e A Road. T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mmr. Gibbine, Ill Carpenter Road. o0d02 APARTMENTS. APARTMENTS (comfortable), for a Gentleman, or two Gentle. AI mon friends.-Apply, 4, Manor Place, Romer Street, MsoacieS -Rood. .c8414 A PAR.TMENTS lcosmfortahle); sitting room, two hod roomo, to- X3- gether or separate.-Apply, 134, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI - Volume 6, January 1549, 01 January 1549-31 January 1549

    Sir Wm. Goryng. Jan. 21. 4. Similar inventory of goods, & c. belonging to the Lord Admiral, at the Manor Place of Sheffield and Forest of Worthe, co. Sussex, taken by the same parties. Jan. 28. London. 5. Wm. Gyffard Subscribers-only content

    Errata

    Wyllond read Wyllone. 16, 12, 21, for 2 November read 22 November. 16, 20, 27, for Mener Place read Manor Place. 17, 34, for thirteen shillings read thirteen shillings and fourpence. 18, 29, for 2 Mary read 1 Mary. 18,

    Elizabeth, August 1567, 16-31, 16 August 1567-30 August 1567

    without coercion that he should be governor, she will never admit anything that shall affirm the same. From the Manor Place at Guildford, 20 Aug. 1567. Signed . Hol. Add. Endd ., with seal. Pp . 3. August 21. 1617

    Entry Book, August 1686, 21-31, 21 August 1686-31 August 1686

    the wood called Kaynhoe Park Wood, lately demised to Thomas, Visct. Fenton: the scite of the manor and the Manor Place of Gillingham, lately demised to Thomas and William Short: divers tenements in the town and port of Dover, lately

    Index

    Malthus , T. R., x Manchester , 53, 78, 140, 159, 174, 190, 192, 193, 204, 207-9, 211-13, 218 Manor Place , 116 Mansion House Street , 120 Manwaring , W., 68 Markham , J., 234 Mark Lane , 120

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1835/2

    Location: St George In The East (Middlesex) Place(s): Cable Street (Cable Street) : street name Wellclose Square (Wellclose Square) : street name former residenceSt Mary Newington (Surrey) Walworth : undefined Manor Place(Manor Place) : street name Notes: Died intestate

 

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