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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Nuneaton

    nuns were rebuilding their church, and the king granted them ten oaks out of Kenilworth Woods and fifteen out of Cank Forest. 38 Yet in spite of these and many other gifts Gregory IX, in 1234 , granted leave to

    The ancient borough St. Martin's

    particular, is worthy of mention. Cank Street , St. Martin's , and Peacock Lane form the next series of streets running westwards parallel to High Street . Peacock Lane used to run as far as Cank Street , but from

    The City of Leicester Social and economic history, 1066-1509

    have been held in the Saturday market place since it was moved from there into the lane called Cow Lane, Cank Street , and Loseby Lane in 1597 . 194 Reference has already been made to the Saturday market shambles.

    Parishes Inkberrow

    a well and some trees which must have been in the garden. Local tradition has called it the manor of CANK , and the site is so marked in the ordnance map, but in deeds belonging to Mr. Philip Antrobus

    Leicester Index A - Z

    sch., 336. calidus vicus , see L., St. Nicholas St . Callis , Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159. Cank , The, 362. Cank St. , 46, 52 n , 156 n , 362, 364. Canning Place , sch., see L.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    to Canary , the Grand wines Candeler , Rich., warrant to discharge Cane , John Pardon to Canfield , Robt. Cank , alias Cannock, forest and chace of, grant of Canning Row (London ?) Cannoniers , Payments to debts due Subscribers-only content

    Index A-C, 01 March 1603-31 December 1610

    Earl of Argyle Robert. Campion , Edmund, jesuit Camps Campsall Canaan , maps of Canary Islands Candeler , Richard Candia Cank Cannefield , Robert Cannon Row Canon , Thomas Canterbury letters from ruins at park at Archbishops of, see Whitgift;

    James I: Volume 3, August-September, 1603, 01 August 1603-30 September 1603

    Docquet, August . ] Aug. 31. 40. Walter Bagot to the Council. Sends [Edw. ] Jefferies, a papist, apprehended in Cank, in company with Mrs. Heath, of Worcestershire, and Mr. Holt and his wife, of Warwickshire. Sends also a few

    General Index, C, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    , Zealand Campion , Hugh, account by Mr. William Canary Islands , the Canary wine Canbury , documents dated from Cank or Cannock , co. Stafford Canning Street , see Cannon Street. Cannon Row , document dated from Cannon Street Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, November 1509, 01 November 1509-30 November 1509

    70 . John Gifford, one of the King's sewers. To be, during pleasure, ranger of the forest of Cannok alias Cank Forest, Staff., with fees, & c., from 23 April last, since which he has served without fee. On surrender

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    masterly volume."- xsaminer.-" The Au- thor hot conferred a service on Litcraturc."-Observcr.-" We should like to see the thin octavs Cank the portly royal of Disraeli in alt libra- ries.'-Metropoiitan Magazine. Richard Bentley, Nes% Burlington street, I'ublisher in Ordinary to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    40s. to his. frock eoats, sIlk fDciegk , 35s. to 5s. Ducperfie ssik vldvet celDar and zilk kasteg, 565.; Gaeibroan Cank' taso aid Tweed trousers, es.fHid. toPT . hIz .; fancy doeskin, bpasski, and -Cassimtre, 16ts.,2 Assande l; newspattern aloteofts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Director. N.B-Applications for Agencies may be made to the sItlnaging Dirceter. B RITANNIA MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIA- TION, I Princes street. Cank, Bondon. Empowered by her Mlajesty's ltoyal Letters Patent. 3IUECTOc3, Colonel Robert Alexatder, Blackheath park, Chairman. William Beredgett, Esq. 149 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING NEWS. MANXCBESTER STEEPLEGHASES. YE&MMA.-Itaifell so heavily duigthefor.enoon that the prospect looked very black inded but before, racing commenced an improvement icr the' better tookI place, and the afternoon was bright and springlike. The]I attendance all round at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Local Loans Stock, 3%, 19 1041/, Ex;chequer Bills, 3%,, June ls. pot E~ptiao Government 3% Gear. L;oin Deeds, 102 B Cank of England Stock, S% for nst hall-year, 3, 30 India Stock, 53., 1931, 19r3%, 8,37_%, I, 8y; 1 ]Ditto, Subscribers-only content


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