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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Economic history

    when there were 2,891 a. of inclosed and 3,540 a. of uninclosed land outside the former Chase . 86 There was a pound at Chase Side which had disappeared by 1686 , 87 and one near the boundary of the

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: foxhounds

    Records of the Chase , 32, 33; Reminiscences of a Huntsman , 25. Records of the Chase , 32, 33. Reminiscences of a Huntsman , 25, 26. Ibid. Nimrod, Hunting Tours , 125; cf. Records of the Chase , 53.

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    name of an earlier gate, suggesting that the Chase may once have stretched east of the boundary recorded in 1572 . 72 In 1611 500 a. in the north-east of the Chase were inclosed within the park of Theobalds (

    Enfield Charities for the poor

    the charity had an income of £2 10 s . When the Chase was divided under the Act of 1777, Enfield parish was allotted 200 a. west of Chase Side , which it inclosed and leased out in aid of

    Enfield Other estates

    rs of the Chase or to outsiders as country retreats. West Lodge was occupied from c . 1680 by Henry Coventry , Lord Coventry ( 1619-86 ), a former secretary of state and chief ranger of the Chase . 73

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' 6ohbiaathan. MFDDYLIAU GWIBIOG. Syr,-Wrth ddarllen y GOLEUAD o wythnos i wyth- t nos,. gwelais ofyniad pwysig yn cael ei gyfeirio at y c Parch. D. a. Davies, M.A., gyda golwg ar feddyliau i dynion, a pha bryd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedirhoddi allan U. ar Fortgages uwchlaw 890,000p; ac wedi talu mewn Rhaniadau (yr hyn na bu erioed yn llai na Chase Phant y Cant) uwchlaw 64.300p; mae y swm anghasgledig ar Fortgages yn awr yn 158,856p., gyda gweddill o broffit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3syr an. Wholesale Agents,-Loedons, Barclay Sntton, Nesw- . berry, Sanger, Drew. Barrota, &~ C o. Airisiaol, Collins Clay, Dod & Chase, R~aimee6P°I Eas os & Co. I~eiice.-Thes words "Pile and Gravel Pjlle' ate oygb r I LLYFRAU CYHOEDDEDIG G"a HUGHES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    berry S3anger D~rew- Barron, & o. AUristoi, Collins ) anti loper P~earoe. LiverPOol, BVyan Sons, &; Oo, Clay, Dodl 3s Chase, B ime &c Co. 1 gsle.-The wards "Pi<le and Gravel Pills " ar& coplyrighti, and entc srd t to1085'BS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA TREDEGARI EBRILL 8FjD, 9FED, A'B lOFZD. . LLYWDD-Parch. T. CHARLES EDWARDS, M.A.; C YSGPJFRNXDD-Parch. G. DAVIES, AbOrfi.A. DYDD MAWRTH. CYFZISTEDDFOD Y GXXDEITHA SEA AN BAITH O'R: - GLOIE..: el Ar derfyn oyfarfod y oynrychialwyr, adroddiad O'rf G hwn Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Worthy Maiors.

    Bridge on Fire; such was his Manhood, that he sallied out upon him and his Men, and followed them in Chase along the Waterside , till they were beyond Ratcliffe , and slew and took many of them. In Sir

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls.

    running thorow them, turning Water- mills, with a pleasant noise. Not far off is a great Forest, a well wooded Chase , having good Covert for Harts , Bucks, Does, Boars, and wild Bulls. The Corn Fields are not of

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.Anno. 1521.Ex Regist. Io. Longland. Lincol.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.The wifeof Rob.Bartlet.vse to resort vnto one Ioh. Co-lingworthes house, and therekepe their conuenticle.The wifeof DauidLewes & herfather.This woman was charged forspeaking these woordes:

    K. Henry. 7. Thomas Chase. Thomas Noryce, Martyrs.

    Chase of Amersham wickedly strangled and martyred in the Byshops prison, at Wooborne, vnder William Smith Byshop of Lincolne. an. 1506.1506.Thomas Chase Martyr.AMong these aforesayd, whiche were so cruelly persecuted for the Gospell & worde of Christ, one Thomas

    K. Henry 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.These were detectedW. Rogersby Roger Bennet, forTiler.that they being admony-W. Hardingshed to appeare before þeRoger Har-Bishops Chaunceloureding.at Amersham, neglec-ted so to do.Ih. IenningsRoger Ben-seruaunt tonet, by likeIames Mor-compulsionden.of hys

    K. Hen. 7. Certaine men bearing fagottes. Certaine godly men martyred for the Gospell.

    Thomas Chase of Amersham, wickedly strangled and martyred in the bishops prison at Wooburne, vnder W. Smith Bishop of Lincolne.Anno. 1506.AMong these aforesayd, which were so cruelly persecuted for the Gospell and worde of Christe, one Tho. Chase Martir.Thomas Chase

    K. Henry. 8. The trouble and death of Tho. Man, Martyr.

    William Tilseley, whom I suppose rather to be called Tilseworth, pag. 917. Tho. Chase, Martyr.Vid. supr. pag. 918.An other was Thomas Chase called amongst them, Doctour Chase, whom we declared before to bee murdered and hanged in the Bishop of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 June 1817, 24 June 1817

    or Persons shall, after the passing of &quot; this Act, unlawfully enter into or be found in any &quot; Forest, Chase, Park, Wood, Plantation, Close, or &quot; other open or inclosed Ground at Night, according &quot; to the Provisions of Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1818, 22 May 1818

    upon Tuesday next to the Select Committee appointed by them to investigate the Facts stated in certain Petitions of Messieurs Chase, Chinnery and Com¬ pany, Messieurs Abbot and Maitland, and Mr. Parry, of Madras, in order to their being exa¬ Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1818, 22 May 1818

    &quot; the Select Committee, appointed by that House, to &quot; investigate the Facts stated in certain Petitions of &quot; Messieurs Chase, Chinnery and Company, Mes- &quot; sieurs Abbot and Maitland, and Mr. Parry of &quot; Madras, in order to his Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1818, 23 May 1818

    to the Select Committee, appointed by that House, &quot; to investigate the Facts stated in certain Petitions •&apos; of Messieurs Chase, Chinnery and Company, Mes- &quot; sieursAbbotrndMaitland, and Mr.Parry of Madras, &quot; in order to his being examined before the Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1819, 30 April 1819

    the Petition of &quot; Burnley, and a certain Part of the Township of several Creditors of the Banking House of Chase, &quot; Habergham Eaves, both in the Parish of Whalley, ¦*« Sewell, and Company, of Madras, in the East ,&quot; Subscribers-only content

 

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