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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Reading Introduction

    as Duke Street , London Street , and Silver Street ; the western as West Street , St. Mary 's Butts , Bridge Street , and Southampton Street . At the junction of Friar Street with the Market Place is

    Great Stanmore Charities for the poor

    the cost of upkeep. The alms-houses, forming a single-storeyed red-brick building, survived in 1971 . 17 Prob. 11/66 (P.C.C. 20 Butts ). P. Davenport , Old Stanmore , 98, 108. C 93/30/7. M.R.O., D.R.O. 14/C1/3. 9 th Rep. Com .

    Ealing and Brentford Growth of Brentford

    and Market Place, the Butts extended from the Half Acre in the east to the Brent in the west and was bounded to the north by Butts closes, part of the Boston manorial demesne. The Butts was relatively narrow at

    Rodborough Introduction Woodchester And Rodborough Area c. 1840

    Court, Stringer's Court, and Achards. 26 In so far as it had a focal point it was probably at the Butts where the road down Rodborough hill forked for Dudbridge and for Stroud town. Some 17th-century cottages survive there with

    The City of Coventry Buildings: Domestic buildings

    was at school from about 1832 to 1835. 62 On the north side of Queen's Road and the Butts (formerly Summerland Butts Lane ), which was built up after 1820, a few frontages with architectural pretensions still survived in 1966

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 7 APPENDIX.

    of all the Lands and Tenements belonging to this Howse; of whose Gift they be; where they lie; of their Butts and Boundes; for what Rent they goe; when all their Leases will be expired; with all other suche necessarie

    Book 5, Chapter 13 [Blacksmiths.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Joyners.]

    the Maintenance of Archery. 1. A strait Prohibition of unlawful Games. 2. An Order for making up and repairing of Butts and Marks, and the Exercise of Shooting at times convenient. 3. For a Provision of Bow -staves and Arrows

    Book 4, Chapter 6 Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury.

    Gardens, Orchards, Lands, Tenements, Medows, Pastures, Leasures, and other Grounds, being of the Demaines of the said Manour; with the Butts and Bounds thereof. As also the Rents and Services belonging to the said Manour: and the Names of the

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Shooting in the Bow.

    And the Citizens used to go out into the Fields bordering upon the City with their Bows , where divers Butts and Marks stood for the Purpose. And being so useful and healthful an Exercise, it had the Countenance and

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    Orchards, Lands, Tenements, Meadows, Pastures, Leasures, and other Grounds, being the the Demesnes of the said Manor , with the Butts and Bounds thereof; As also the Rents and Services, belonging to the said Manor ; And the Names of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fflarrhukabib > &c. MASNACH YD. (Crynodeb o Adroddiadau yr Wyt0no3s.) t Ansefydlog oedd. y-fasiach rnunWn gowenith yn ystod yr 1 wythnos. Mewn rhai dosbartbiadau, eanfyddid arvydd. ] ion o ansefydlogrwydd, tra mewn amngylchiadau erail], 1 tueddai i olwnog. Priodolir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    41arcillab u'bb , Af. MASNACII YD. (Crynodeb o Adroddiadau yr Wythnos.) Achosodd y tywydd yn yrtod yr wythnos gryn lawer o araiwch yn ngweithrediadau y cynhauaf trwy y deyrnas; and er hyny, mae cryn lawer o gynydd wedi ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wras cut ofL' b the bases, or tie. weathier and slhe surf upon the shore, I sent prders to the Butts and 42d Reg iments, i iicm were v iths Sir C Cuattu s fIeet, to land atnd take possession Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SfTURDAY'S LONDONv GAZETrTE. BANKRUPTCY SITPEPSEDED. Ifalsls and T. Nisbett, Angel-court, Throgmorton-strect, brohers. BAN KRUPTS. j, Rt Ireland, Burr-street, East Smithfield, coal-factor, to srrrnder Feb. 24, March 1, April 1, at ten, at Guildhall. Attornev, Mr- May hew, Symond's-Inn. j* Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Susrrey, 'orictfk e; , - i9; M., 27r at elevent, at (G iildhall, Londmi- Attorp57 - 1s. !Arisitn; Chnrch-row; Ntewtngton Butts. J'ahrr elitcer'Mr~rris, ltstable, prtiter, April is1, May 6; 27, at twelve, at Guildhall, London, Attornie- e Bliiioand I'lt i, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTTS, Sir William (1513-83), of Thornage, Norf.

    him, one of which ends,So wise and plain that being here, no man did Butts excel;So wise and plain that going hence, with Christ now Butts doth dwell.His will, drawn up in October 1581 and proved on 11 Nov. 1583,

    GODWYN, James (c.1557-1616), of Wells, Som.

    each received 500 marks, and provision was made for a large number of servants. His son James was executor.PCC 28 Butts, 120 Cope; Vis. Som. (Harl. Soc. xi), 40; Wells Charters (Som. Rec. Soc. xlvi), 118, 190; N. and Q.(ser.

    HALL, Robert.

    pensioner named Ralph Stafferton, a farm at Rainham, and lands and leases in Waltham, Dagenham, Barking and Nazeing. The testator’s nephew, Robert, was appointed sole executor and residuary legatee.E407/1/1, 11; CPR, 1560-3, pp. 190-1; 1569-72, p. 396; PCC 11 Butts.

    AGLIONBY, Thomas (d.c.1584), of Hornsey, Mdx.

    Middlesex’ on 20 Aug. 1581. The will, proved in January 1584, appointed his wife executrix, and his ‘dear and special friends’ Hugh Cholmondeley and Glasier overseers.Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. and Westmld. ii. 327; Hutchinson, Cumb. 195; PCC 25 Butts.

    BRACEBRIDGE, Roland (d.1583), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks.

    treasurer’, was bequeathed to Roland, one of his heirs. A number of aldermen of Wycombe also received small bequests.PCC 6 Butts, 15 Sheffelde; First Wycombe Ledger Bk. ed. Greaves (Bucks. Rec. Soc. xi), 75, 81, 95, 97; Subsidy Roll for


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