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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    darawiadol, ac go dangos chwaeth dda go y dcthalydd, ac y maent yn ryfiwyno gwersi tra addyagiodol i'r darilenydd."-PARCE. 3. Boon, B.A., Treffynon. "Dengys yr awdwr chwaeth a barn yH newisiad y darnau a wnaent a fyny y llyfr hwn; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by BI It 1Wi1; brte iit' A iitilo9¾,t:1clte Earl of Clerendae,the hi' lit lo. r' ianlcee Co)untess IVuldegeave, the11 lgb Boon. !C~clllt~s I f~adl oL ia nel orlaeller ceineetpersons, eeolsi(; '' unvose tnstieiiisle ac.oiuipnY each bottle. mld exelodi a~soel7foe etneid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwelad a gefais trwy gymneryd eich Pills gwerthfawr, sef HUGHEES' PATENT DROP8Y PLLS. Y~r oeddwn yn cael fy rclino gan Boon mnar yn' y Coin, Diffyg Dwfr, chwydd mawr yn y traed, no ityny 'r rbhan, isaf o'r corii, fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gefais trwy gymeryd eich Pjll d a- gwerthfawr, Fef HUJtGHES'PATENT DROPSY PILLS. Yr o x, oeddwn yn qael fyeino gan Boon mawr yn y Cefn, M id Diffyg D vcbwyddmawn yn y traed; ssi fyny i'r rhan y ut isaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gefais trwy gymeryd eich Pills d gwerthfawr, sef HUGHES' PATENT DROPSY PILLS. Yr o, oeddwn yn caol fy mlino gan Boon maR r yn y Cefn, w Diffyg Dwfr, chwydd mawr yn y traed, 0o i fyny i'r rhan yj Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Temple Rockley

    was bound to find one woman to milk the ewes and make cheese, also for shearing and washing the sheep. Boon -work at the harvest time and the small payments in kind to which the tenants were entitled were fully

    Townships Overton

    to grind his corn where he would instead of at the lord's mill on the Lune to the thirteenth measure. Boon silver, 71/2 d . a year, was another small due. The tenant had also to do part of the

    Bethnal Green The Green: Bethnal Green Village BETHNAL GREEN Bethnal Green village: principal estates

    Road the St. Paul's estate, bounded south by Three Colts Lane and long held on leases for lives by the Boon family, was 'in the hands of Blake and Mead in 1809 . 51 Thomas Blewett Mead , a Shoreditch


    were also eight freeholders holding 7 bovates and other property for a total rent of about £2 10 s . Boon works and renders of hens and eggs were also mentioned. 48 Services formerly owed to Thicket priory are indicated

    Index A-K

    Booker , John L., 147, 150; Septimus, 147, 149, 150 n Boon days , 169, 396 Boon hens , 246 Boon (bone) silver, 62, 62 n , 75 Boon works , 321 n Booth , Agnes, 207 n ; Rev.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Putney.

    more. These last I charg'd you with alive, Being done, I rest, while you survive. But yet I have another Boon , When Fate shall come, (as come full soon It will, and will not be deny'd) That you would


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