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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landbeach Local government

    the late 13th century view of frankpledge was claimed for both Chamberlains and Brays manors, which were each admitted to hold it by prescription in 1299 . Brays had been withdrawn from the sheriff's tourn by 1279 under the liberty

    Landbeach Economic history

    required on Brays every Saturday, to Ely , Wisbech , or King's Lynn , tenants of the larger holdings had to work on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays throughout the year. The Fridays were reserved for ploughing, on Brays between Michaelmas

    Landbeach Charities for the poor

    half Brays manor on lease at her death in 1595 , after which her trustees sold the lease to Christopher Hodson of Shenley ( Herts .). 34 Meanwhile Edward Steward had settled the fee simple of two thirds of Brays

    Introduction Landbeach and Milton c. 1800

    lane, surviving as Cockfen Lane, where a market cross is said to have stood. Extensive closes around the site of Brays manor stretch ed across the south end of the rectangle. Probably in the 12th or 13th century more dwellings

    Parishes Walton

    Brabeu (? Bray ) presented in 1278 , 58 after which date no further reference has been found to the Brays , though at Silsoe , Bedfordshire , where they were also settled, they continued to hold for some time.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 245, June 1593, 01 June 1593-30 June 1593

    been taken' out of some ships as too short, yet are excellent ordnance; asks for them to flank without the Brays at Portsmouth, as those that are there are so old that he dares not shoot out of them, for Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, August 1531, 1-15, 01 August 1531-31 August 1531

    laborars). p. 620. Short cartes caryng of skaffollyng out of the Kinges storehouse callide the Armytage, vnto the Mylk Gate Brays, and caryng of necessares out of the towne and in to the towne (15 laborars). Short cartes caryng of

    Revels, 01 January 1510-31 December 1518

    . and 2 d . a load. Carriage of iron and lead from the storehouse at the Crane to the Brays and the town. To Mich. Maryn, for providing timber, 2 s .; for his passport at Gravelyng, 3 d

    Henry VIII, October 1533, 1-10, 01 October 1533-31 October 1533

    I whelewright mendyng of whelis and making of "exceltreis." Short cartes carrying of ordinance into the towne out of the Brays of Calys to be new stocked and bownd, and out of the towne that be new stockid and bownd

    Guide to the source

    John Wests tnts being 5 small tnts more in the yard behind his house 07/71 Thomas Rowland and for William Brays and first 2 houses in Angell Alley Hospital rent for the improvement 07/72 Littleton Henly for the first 5

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Not Balaam's self, nor Balaam's ass, less free, The veriest mouthpiece of servility; Who, still obsequious to his Lords' command, Brays forth his parable throughout the land; His highest praise to "dress a statement" well With sauce piquante-St Stephen's grand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January 1853 they cleared the " chops of the channel," soon found their way into summer air, and touching at Brays, anl island of the Cape Verd group seldom visited by travellers, found in it a fairy capital. N'0 continued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or silver cocks: lot, WT. R. Rootes ; 2nd, A. T. Mrays. Any other colour codes :. lot, A. T. Brays. Hens, sasy colour let, C. A. Urafer. Swallows, lst aud 2nd, J. H. Gillett. 1 Magpies, blarlr, code or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fe-eg~mst-dlos ti 837, Dsily Posly. e2 b he l TALvundwel.s.gad relibo itlee is Ops fZrInao th Maept as Cetter, nlarge Brays or'T'rsaere sidVsCotr ekh H-ighest referencesa- deis. f96, Dailly Pist. sl' i Ok liEEPR~St~tO Wanted, by Mao o~f excellent nba~- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlacbeetlh . .8 3 leaudlSlni) Keir..11 0 Ali~aln ltackness . 7122 Sailor Prince '.Stockholmn, 7 6B Itts ore . ' Brays .. : 7 4 1-seerii liliprer. Liydelaide . .7 2 Ysrkshiire tI kaI nnee.l7 0 Oct of 'unens HUNTING Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1714, 21 March 1715

    3° Journals of the Houfe of Lords* A. 1714. Committee for the Journal. Comes Berkeley* Comes Rochefler. Comes Abingdon. Comes Holdernefs. Comes Portland. Comes Scarbrougb. Comes Bradford. Comes Rochford. Comes Jerfey. Comes Grantham. Comes Greenwich* Comes Poulet. Comes Godolphin. Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1704, 23 February 1705

    been endeavoured to give Notice to Mr, Tyson, that the Persons, to whom the Cupies were de¬ livered, were Mr, Brays, Tenants; but not meeting with Mr. Tysou himself, on the i oth of this instant February, a Note, in Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1832, 27 February 1832

    read the first time ; and ordered to be read a second time. A Petition of Anthony Addington Watts, of Brays Build¬ ings, in the parish of Saint Mary, Islington, Gentleman, was presented, and read ; taking notice of the Subscribers-only content

    An Act for improving, paving, lighting, cleansing, and watching the Town of Mansfield, in the County of Nottingham. [17th June 1823.], 17 June 1823

    over any of the Streets, Lanes, Roads, High- Brays, Passages, and other public Places within the said Parish, to be al- tered so as that the same Doors or Gates shall thenceforward open in- wards and into their respective Premises, Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee on Record Commission., 1836

    Sir Robert II. Tnglis.] Similar evidence to that sort, and obtained by you- in the cases of the Vnux and Brays peerages ?— Yes, similar, but earlier, 4224, Sir Charles Lemon.] When jou used the word " delayed," do you Subscribers-only content

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