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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Chiltington The PARISH CHURCH EAST CHILTINGTON

    of Chiltington Lane , towards the north end, shows timber-framing and a repaired 17th-century chimney-stack with wide oak-lintelled fire-places. Lower Burrells , farther down on the north-east side, is an attractive timber-framed house. The main range of three bays dates

    West Grinstead Economic history

    some other farms were held by the year. 6 After c . 1750 two large estates came to dominate. The Burrells bought other land in the parish after their acquisition of the manor at that time, for instance Dial Post

    Shipley Economic history

    1867 . 28 About 1900 the Burrells had c . 3,000 a. in Shipley and West Grinstead . 29 The West Grinstead Park estate was sold in 1913 , 30 but afterwards the Burrells bought much land in the west,

    Bramber Rape (North-western Part) Bramber Rape c. 1875 Hundreds and Parishes

    19th the Butlers in Warminghurst , the Shelleys in Warnham and Horsham , the Hursts in Horsham , and the Burrells in Shipley and West Grinstead . London merchants were apparently investing in real estate in Warnham, as in neighbouring

    Nuthurst Economic history

    in the centre, Robert Aldridge of St. Leonard 's house (in Lower Beeding ) in the northeast part, and the Burrells of West Grinstead in the south. Most of the land was tenanted, there being at least 40 farms, some

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 10 [Clothworkers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    the Breadth of them. For Cloth ought to have been two Ells wide from List to List; (which was called Burrells ) according to an old Constitution. There used to be great Contentions between the Telars and these Burilers: Whereupon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for 200 sos's, it for 100 allowed 71b. Vive jurlno s Mr. Bird's Chemicette, by Blue Gown-He~iad sIpI ea, Mr. Burrells Cua Bet 31th..........Morbey 2 IC Mr. Silveatereo Woodford, Set SibI......C. Loates 3 ng I''A~lhplant (Wainwrlgbt) and Craig Gies (F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bees Cour-se.3 Mc. Beaford's Sir Galahad, by, Sir Bevyn-Idein, I Mr. lEankin'e Reprisal, hat 121b-..... l.. all 2 j iMr. Burrells to Beau, set Ilib-...._.. Duona 3 Prelude (Arcleer), Peompano filly (coscer), Quarrelesome (Lash- I mar), Eunuch (Rolsinaon). Diplomats (Booty), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four and upwards 7st. Last five furlousgs of D.hf. Mr. Jewitta Dava, by Rosirucian-Fentlla, u yrs, ast .~~~~~~A. TaylorI1 Alr. Burrells Claulberlaln, 3 yrs, 6st ....T. Loateas 2 Aer I cdfordus Denlson, 3 yra,6st ........ G, Chaloner 3 o lklands Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be (Mj. Busiard) would suggest did oscur later in. xhe 4 vening. The prisoner. Pritchard., and the baby, left. Mrs Burrell's hos accompanied by Eli,.a!:eth Elliott, who- carried the baby to the top of 13ridgq . Street, wvhen the ,prisoner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dresueee M. Cc. and Co., tancheetor o paper merchaant Piamuron, Rhind, and ao., Briunington, cotton andlners . iR. annd J. Burrells, Waterloo-road, tool doalere J.urne and Dawsond Liverpool. dryealier a J. and d. Thempeon, deesfi, grocers W, RBect and Co., Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    First report, 27 June 1798

    Discourse touching the Murmurs of the Tymes, directed to K. J. (King James.) Letter from a Jesuit to Father Rector Burrells, on the calling ofthe Parliament 1628. Reasons why the Lordes should not give way to pro- ceede by way Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1739, 6 February 1740

    Increafe of Horfe thelncreafe Races: And that Mr. Carew, Mr. Thomas Gore, Mr. Secretary at War, Mr. Solicitor General, Mr. Burrells and Mr. Howe, do prepare, and bring in, the fame. Ordered, That the Lift ofthe reduced Officers of his Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1767, 22 January 1767

    Gore, Sir George Colebrooke, Mr. Martin, Mr. Bindley, Mr. Mr. Lowndes reported from the Committee, to whom Walpole, Sir Merrick Burrells and all the Members who the Bill to enlarge the Term and Powers of Two Afits, ferve for the Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1770, 5 April 1770

    being Tenants and Owners of Ordered, That the faid Petition be referred to the Lands and Tenements in Scattergatc and Burrells, within Confideration of a Committee: And that they do ex- the Manor of Appleby, in the County of Weftmoreland:, Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1772, 25 February 1772

    of Common upon certain Traces or Parcels of Common and Wafle Grounds, known by the Names of Bongate Moor and Burrells Moor, otherwife Bitnells fVhimis, lying and being within the faid Manor; and that, if the faid Common and Wafte Subscribers-only content

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