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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    and half to Yardley . 63 One was Potterspury Park to the east of Watling Street , the other Wakefield Lawn , which lay within Whittlewood to the west of the Roman road. The boundaries of what were by the

    Index K-Z

    in; Talbot alehouse in; Taylors Moor in; The Beeches in; Undivided Land in; Wakefield Home Farm in; Wakefield Lawn in; Wakefield Lawn Lodge in; Wakefield Lodge in; Wakefield Walk in; White House in; and see also under Yardley Gobion ;

    Alderton ALDERTON Alderton Village

    and meadow for £35 which had previously belonged to the Bland family; 77 and in 1779 Charles Heath of Wakefield Lawn did likewise when the duke paid £160 for two cottages in the village (one of which by 1817 was

  • * British History Online *

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

    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 the Page's Lodge

    Index, W, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    Shellbrook, Lodge, 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

    laid on Brooklyn, who wonM a-y.The Hunter Iwvlo was niot so much fancied as Gwendolino or Pie-nan) secured the Wakefield Lawn M Staikes,, the uitchlcly Stakes ,rVed a mere exercise C. canter for WV aterproof, and sony up.etl a real Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SISTER TO VEDS will have much difficulty in disposing of the lot opposed to her in the new prize-the Wakefield Lawn Stakes, Wednesday's event being some- what dependent upon those of the previous day, may ha dismissed in a few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very easily. However, there is clearly a better day in store for Lunuley, when he is thoroughly prepared. The Wakefield Lawn Stakes justi- fied the character whiebTit-bit had earned at Newmarket, from her good looks and clever action1 and she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she knockled a man down andl was also disappointed in thle race. Wit-Bit defeated Pat6 halasd- somely in the Wakefield Lawn Stakels, but she is souse pounds behind her stable-companions, although she enjoyed a fair reputation from the Sister to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    home in the frontrank. Withregard to tomorrow's racing, Ithe Althorp Cop Stakes will go to Neeusxaicc or GOUeRses the Wakefield Lawn Stakes to PATire isi; the St. Liz Handicap to STOCSrsUNSE ocrlirueL1UAc; and the Spencer Plate to UYstnL or SrriANoTea Subscribers-only content

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