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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lee

    xiv cent. Lee (or The Lee ) is a small parish, lying on the northern slopes of the Chiltern Hills . It contains 502 acres 1 of land, which are divided into arable and permanent pasture lands in nearly equal

    Edmonton Introduction EDMONTON c. 1600

    A new straight canal was begun a little to the west of the meandering river in 1770 . 15 The Lee Conservancy Board, 16 which was established in 1868 , was taken over by the Metropolitan Water Board in 1904

    Metropolitan Essex since 1919 Local adminstration

    Conservancy Board and of the costs of any works carried out by the Lee Conservancy Board which contributed to land drainage. 29 The area for which the Havering Commissioners had been responsible was divided among three boards: the Lee

    Parishes Wolverley

    60 In 1809 John Knight obtained from the Dean and Chapter of Worcester a lease of their messuage called The Lee at Wolverley for twenty-one years, and seven years later he acquired the lease of an estate in Caunsall and

    Local administration and public services Utility services

    in 1881 by Lamorock Flower, the sanitary engineer of the Lee Conservancy Board, and every local authority in the area was circularized about it, but nothing was done. The Lee Conservancy Board again brought out this scheme in 1897 and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. Ihe Palais Royal. By'the Au. 11. How wvill it End.r By Abbott thor of " Henri Quatre, or The Lee. Day's of the League." 12. Recollections of a Royalist 4. Virion of Time. Officer. By Colonel de R-. 5. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MESSRS BLACKWOOD'S MONTHLY ..LYJ. PUBLICATIONS for MAY. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, No. CCCXCI, price 2s. 6d . CONTENTS - l. The Caxtons, Part 1., 2. Education in Wales. 3. The Silver Cross. 4. Heigh-4o? 5. Republican Paris-(rlarch. April, 1848.) 6. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Danish, by Bonl noran. Part III.-Conclu. Gaultier. , Jion. II. Irish Rivers.-No. VI. VL Early Progress of Chris- The Lee. tianity. III. Paddiana. VII. The Irish Fisheries. IV. The Artist's Married Life. VIII. The Eve of St Silvester. V. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    became general. The Lee, by signal from the Plover,passed throughthe stakes to the supportof the Admiral. The Plover and Opossum were, however, soon obliged to slip, the fire being too heavy for them, and, followed by the Lee, dropped clear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tenant John J. Gregory. 8. The Orwell, 2 guns, 60-borsepower, 268 tons, Lieutenant Alfred F. Marescaux. PORT DIVISION. 9. The Lee, gun vessel, 5 guns, 80-horse power, 431 tons, Commander Charles W. Andrew. 10. The Magnet, gunboat, 2 guns, 60-horse Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Introduction

    1937), 2nd edn., introd. by S. M. Rosenblatt (Newton Abbot, 1968). Additional correspondence of W. Lee is included in 'The Lee Papers', a microfilm publication by the Alderman Library, University of Virginia. Norton was English, though he had lived in

    Henry VIII, November 1523, 16-30, 01 November 1523-30 November 1523

    Cryklade and Staple . Lidiard Milsent, 6. Pirton, 12. Burgh of Criklade, 7. Somerford Kaynes, 1. Asheton Kaynes, 1. The Lee, 2. Northmarston, 1. Eysy, 1. Latton, 2. Polton, 1. Rodborne, 4. Mordon, 1. Haydon, 2. Haydonwike, 4. Sevenhampton, 3.

    Index, L, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    (Lassingbie) , Yorks., near Kirkleatham, ii. 181. Lazonby (Lasyngbye) , Cumb., i. g. 1166 (26). Le. See Lee. Lea (The Lee) , Glouc., ii. 436. Lea or Ley (Lie) castle , near Portarlington, in Ireland, i. 915. Leach , East-,

    Henry VIII, November 1546, 21-30, 01 November 1546-30 November 1546

    Newland Heymedow 16, Brockwere 9, Bicknour (William Werall gent., Thomas Mylle, gent.) 40, Staunton 28, Ruardyne 32, Flaxley 11, The Lee 20, Mychell Deane (John Bridgeman, gent.) 46, Abynghale 28, Lytell Deane (Ric. Ketford, gent.) 50, Blakeney 12, Northwood 1.

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

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    CP.I.2530

    Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1795 - 1795 People & Places Participant: ThomasNickson [Nixon] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: ElizabethDod [Dodd] Role: defendant Details: female; Widow Location: Hexham (Northumberland) Place(s): The Lee(The Lee) : undefined

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