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  • * British History Online *

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    Book 1, 1667

    appren Johanni Strangwigg extra Bippsgate norton foldge pro 7 ann a die dat. 20 willielmus Ruff filius Richardi Ruff de Chelson in Com north ton agr. po: se appren Edwardo withers de w e street pro 7 ann a die

    Index, C, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    See Shelley. Chelton , Soms. See Chelson. Chelmscote (Chelmyscote or Chelanscote), Bucks, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1) 802 (19). Chelsea , Midd., I. g, 226 (75). Chelsfield (Chelisfelde), Kent, I. g. 981 (83). Chelson , Soms., I. g. 474

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDREM. _ R. DEAN, TEE GREAT CARPET M A TN9 BEGS TO MOaM- HIS MAN CUSTOMERS THAT HIS ONY PLACE OF BUSINESS IS IN BULL STREET (CORNER OF CORPORATION STREET), AND THAT HE IS NOT ITERESTED MITHR DIRECTLY OR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richard Steer (51), a pauper inmate of St. Lukc's, Chelson, Workhouse, was charged at Westminster Police Court, on Saturday, with refractory condnct, and with inciting other pau pers to insubordination.-John Alfred Dyer, the labour master, deposed that at a quarter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YORIKSHIRE INVESTMENT ANT) AMERICAN MORTGAGE CO. LIXITEMh ANNUAL REPORT- j The axnual report of this company, which is being, voluntarily Wounld up tinder an order of the Court, sue~de ii prlof 1897. has been issued by Mr. W. M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    High Steward's Plate of 50 Sovs, given by his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex (handicap); heists; one mile. The Chelson Meadow Stakes of 2 Sovs each, with 25 added from the fund; three-year olds, 8st; four, 9st 51b; five, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Grosvenor post, the mare eventually winning by nearly two lengths. PLYMOUTH SPRING. These races took place on Wednesday on Chelson Meadow ; and notwithstanding the threatening aspect of the weather, the groun~ was crowded with equestrians and pedestrians. The Subscribers-only content

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