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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornchurch Manors

    Osbert de la Beme, from whose family it was known as Beme (or Beam ) Land. In 1249 Osbert's daughter Beatrice, and her husband Thomas Gernet, granted Beam Land in fee to John Waleys . 6 It later passed to

    Dagenham Economic history and local government

    In 1594, after a breach in the river Beam , the commissioners of sewers ordered the resulting creek to be 'inned', at the joint expense of Dagenham and Havering levels. 111 The Beam (sometimes called Dagenham Creek ) was again

    Colne Engaine Economic history

    Brook (150 a.), Knights and Bromptons (148 a. each), Elms Hall (125 a.), and Collins (later Green ) and Parley Beam (122 a. each). J. J. Mayhew of Over Hall owned a total of c . 444 a., Robert Hills

    Horninglow Introduction

    called Dot, possibly a Viking, 18 was probably associated with a post or pillar ( Old English beam ) used in pagan worship: Beam hill, recorded in the 13th century, lay north-west of Horninglow village where closes called Baymill survived

    Tugford TUGFORD , THE HEATH , AND NORNCOTT 1770

    ford on Trow brook and crossed its north-western extremity as what was called Tile Pits Lane, 14 and left by Beam bridge on the Corve. 15 It was said to be the Bridgnorth-Munslow road c . 1575. 16 From Tugford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eich oe3. Ceisiwn ei arwain at. duw, ac i ymospwng i ewsyDaw. D.redaieiu' d. ynceisi g,-~eyd hyny, ..a'i fpod^yn eael:nerth> Beam nuKezn gliniau gydag ef anrv vweithian, ger bran Diuw *darhlenasO=m amryw. ranauao'r Bibl, unegis'Salm ~e.'vui ,ae> saish xlv.- Rn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20 1lath wrth 12 pe llth a bydd y pest o'i adeiladu, c' tr a phlb peth oddeutu iwr 1300p Beam am oddeutu 18 mis ye cae at y gorchwyl hwn trwy dd y District Meetings a'r Henaduriaeth, &c. ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tna y, dYsgI' Y gyabanol donan. Am Mr. eee, a cadaeydif sMr. Jenkins, el arweinydd, nit gallasalddlimf od ye fwyhapns. Beam bron aegheflo Mr: GrIfflth5, Pontr'~il; a Mr. Smith yagolteistr. Poetpool. swerch y yarod hwyL Yr y4dVm nI ye djol~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sefydliad Gomeraidd y dyddian yma, a hyny yn ngwyneb y cynydd atuthrol a wneir gan yr iaith Sx esneg. Beam yn meddwl lawer gwaith-mai lladd ar yr hen iaith fuasai yn yr oes hon ga5 bsant Hengist, ac y buuesm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PATENT, am. :Ii LLS .. Yw'r unig feddyginiaeth so yr gelfir ymddiried ynddynt at Dr `ps 49,;, dwfr, GravelG nt uid a n Asthu'a, ChwYdd yn ia cYmysgaroedd, Po n yn en C~mp~a Chwg~y~clii~iU, Yw'rhfeithia gfyreth iolfynigwoll y gefydakhod; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 June 1814, 29 June 1814

    Service " of Ireland-" to which they <^efire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was read the Firft Time, AMef. N B St. Gr prc Bil Var Pat Leg Stan ties 1 Bill. Beck Serie; Ctari Beam Bill. Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1823, 23 May 1823

    Mail 709 yss's illy Beam Bin lly 3d. Gas ?ill. Bill. •* of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled, '* " An Act for rebuilding the Church and improving " the Churchyard of the Parish of Saint Paul Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    at the same Time broad on her Beam, measure a large Tonnage I believe, according to the English and American Mode of Measurement, they take Two Fifths of the Breadth of the Beam for the Hold; it depends therefore more Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Work on India. It consisted of Two upright Cylinders of Wood or Stone, worked by Buffaloes, yoked to a long Beam passing from the Top of one of the Cylinders. It was fed by introducing the Cane between the Cylinders Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    307. See in/ra, ill, (JVoraanZon.)—-— Alton. Seein/ra, 122, (EocZc.)—«—Alton's Wood (Worcester); Bill ordered, lix. 15. JVoZ presenZed.——-—Alvaston. See infra, 21, (Beam ffeaZA.)———Alvaston and Boulton (Derby); lvii. 154. Bill presented, 415. Petition for provision; Referred to the Committee on the Bill, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants etc, September 1699, 26 September 1699-26 September 1699

    York he has yearly transmitted four quarterly accounts of the public revenues arising there by the Customs, Excise, the King's Beam, Quit Rents and such Aids as have been sent thither from the adjacent Colonies for the security of the

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 10 June 1830

    at the same Time broad on her Beam, measure a large Tonnage? I believe, according to the English and American Mode of Measurement, they take Two Fifths of the Breadth of the Beam for the Hold; it depends therefore more

    Introduction, Miscellaneous notes

    Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer and Michaelmas, p. 128, was probably a series of lights on a beam by the great Rood, the Rood beam. In 1495 6 the light was temporarily taken down, during which time certain of the subscribers

    Wills, 21-38 Henry VIII (1529-47)

    is wanting in the series. ] 1 Ob 15 January, A.D. 1521-2. 1 Where merchandise was weighed at the King's Beam. As to the connexion which the Grocers' Guild had with the business of weighing goods brought into the City,

    Glossary

    tronage, tronagium , payment made for weighing goods at the public beam, i. 155; so tronare , to weigh at the public beam or steelyard; tronarium , public beam or steelyard by which heavy articles were weighed. Cf. Trongate of

 

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