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    September 1649, An Act For the continuance and maintenance of the School and Alms-houses of Westminster., 26 September 1649-26 September 1649

    Peterborough, for the Fee -farm Rent of the Manor of Sudbury, Seven pounds. The Lady Brudennel, for the Manor of Dean, Eighteen pounds. Com. Oxon. John Banks and Thomas Gilder, for the Manor of Islip, Fifty four pounds nineteen shillings British History Online

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    valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE in Alr'riaton, in the said county, the land-tax of which is redeemed, consisting of the Manor of Dean Court, otherwise Dear, Place, with the royalties, court-bryon, quit rents, he- [ rim, reliess, eve. thereunto appertaining; also ofa Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ESTATE in x__. Alfriston, in the said county, the lar 4 -ra\ of winch is redeemed, consisting ofthe Manor of Dean Court, therwise Dear. Place, with the royalties, cnuri-baron, quit rents, he- riots, reliess, fee. thereunto appertaining; also of" a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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