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  • * Victoria County History *

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    King's Stanley Introduction

    rents paid for them to the manor were believed to be for former common land which they occupied. 75 The Blackbirds , a stone cottage at the top of the lane, was recorded in 1733 when it was an alehouse.

    Woodditton Woodditton in 1815 Newmarket 's Cambridgeshire Suburbs

    and Saxon Street the main public houses in existence by 1764 continued in business in 2001 , respectively the Three Blackbirds and the Reindeer, but Little Ditton had only beershops after 1830, the last of which, the Marquis of Granby

    Leyton Introduction WALTHAMSTOW (SOUTH), LEYTON , AND WANSTEAD , 1965

    Hood ( 1670 ), all in Leytonstone . The Robin Hood became the Red Lion by 1766 . The Three Blackbirds , Leyton , existed by 1705 . 102 All these have been rebuilt, together with the Bell and the

    Index L - Z

    Bowling Green , 178 Chestnut Tree, 176 Horse and Groom ( Ferry Ho .), 178 Lion and Key, 178 Three Blackbirds , 178, 234 n William IV , 176 n pub. svces., 211-14 rly., 174, 181-2, 202-3 rect., 185, 215

  • * British History Online *

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    DE LAUNE, Paul

    incorp from Padua. FRCP 1618. Birken thesis. Brother of Gideon, ?son-in-law of ARGENT. Known London address St Anne's Blackfriars (Three Blackbirds) (?) Parish St Anne Blackfriars Ward Faringdon Within Date 1642-54 College membership Date of BA 1608 Date of MA

    Journal, October 1743, Volume 51, 01 October 1743-31 October 1743

    for retrenching the charge of that Province , arising from the bounty, given by a former Act for killing Crows, Blackbirds etc. Ordered that the said Acts be sent to Mr. Fane, for his opinion thereon, in point of law,

    Cecil Papers, January 1605, 1-15, 01 January 1605-15 January 1605

    . 10 d . "Snites" [snipe ] 10 5 s . 2 d . Larks 3 doz. 3 s . Blackbirds 10 2 s . 6 d . Mallards 2 2 s . 6 d . Oysters, great 1 bush.

    Backwell - Byfield

    Will, Boyd 24749 (5) CSB, IV, 22b BARD, Maximillian Ald Castle Baynard, 1651 (1) Co Co Bread Street, 1660-2 'Three Blackbirds', Cheapside, St Peter Cheap, 1641, 1681, Hammersmith, Middx, 1691 (2) GIRD, M, 1652, 1663 (3) d 16 Feb 1690/1,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Lads of she Village," and " In verity, damsel;" abin, Mr Wilson, in schick he still sieg 'Mi~dst Thrushes, Blackbirds, Nightingtales." "I'v'e locked up all my Trcasure," "Women are Will o' the Wisps," " With rpect, sir, to you Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the mouth of the ass. Parrots in cages will pull off their own feathers, and eat them by the dozen. Blackbirds, although on very short allowance, caused by the frosty weather, would not touch their favourite ivy berries, which were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE THEATREB. Little Bopeep, Four-and-twventy Blackbirds, Aui Baba, and Abon Hassan are among the old friends whom it is our happiness to meet this Christmas. In accordance with a custom that does credit to the English character, our thea- tres Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2s.: extra cloth boards, gilt edges, 2s. 6d. HONOR BRIGHT: or The Four-Leaved Shamnrock. By the Authors of " Two Blackbirds," " Robin and Linoet," &c. With full- vag e Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth, bevelled boards, 3s. 6d. THE OLD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    those blackbirds served il c ; to him for breakfast, or diner, or whatever lie liked to r call it. You remember tfle little song- Sing a song of Sixpence, o A pocket full of rye ;c 1yousr andltventy blackbirds Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 June 1797, 27 June 1797

    " and for making and keeping in Repair a Road from " the Turnpike Gate, at the Sign of the Blackbirds on " the Stapleton and Mangots Field Common Road into " the Bitten zndToghill Common Road:" to which they Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1797, 27 June 1797

    His prefent Majefty, intituled, " An " Act for making and repairing feveral Roads round the City of Briflol; and for making and keeping in repair a Road from the Turnpike Gate, at the Sign of the " Blackbirds, " Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1797, 28 June 1797

    the Houfe of Lords. 373 t: Blackbirds, on the Stapleton and Mangotsfield common " Road, into the Bitton and Toghill common Road." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed: Their Lordfhips, or Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1797, 29 June 1797

    of Briflol; and for making and keeping in repair a Road from the Turnpike Gate, at the Sign of The Blackbirds, on the Staple- ton and Mangotsßeld common Road, into the Bitton and Toghill common Road," was committed. Royal Bank Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1797, 30 June 1797

    and for making and keeping in repair " a Road from the Turnpike Gate, at the Sign of the " Blackbirds, on the Stapleton aad Mangotsfleld com- " mon Road, into the Bitton and Toghill common Road." The Queftion was Subscribers-only content

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