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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stifford STIFFORD & GRAYS THURROCK 1980

    comprised 3 a. south of Stifford Hall. 151 In the same area lay Clapper (rabbit burrow) field, south of the church and rectory. 152 In 1607 Clapper field was a warren belonging to the lord of the manor. 153 That

    Edmonton Manors

    king granted the canons free warren in their demesne lands in Middlesex . 83 Holy Trinity had a grange at Clapper 's Green but i t was leased out by 1303 -14 84 and the priory preferred to draw quit-rents

    Edmonton Growth before 1851

    rather than farmers. There was probably a small agricultural settlement at Clappers Green by the early 14th century, where the Clapper and Sigar families held land and Holy Trinity priory a grange. 37 Palmers Green was mentioned as a highway

    Swindon Churches

    , and the first in the new town. It was built in 1849 on the site later occupied by 'Mr. Clapper 's shop' in Bridge Street and could accommodate 160. 292 In 1858 this chapel was pulled down and a

    Early Man Early Iron Age Fig. 17: a , Caversham ; b, e, g , Wood Eaton ; c, f , Beckley ; d , Filkins ; h , Woodperry .

    at Toker's Green and Tanner's Farm [R.M. and Kidmore End School ] . Pile-dwellings (?), flint axes, & c., at Clapper 's Island, 1882 ( J.B.A.A . xxxix, 344, figs. 1-2; R.M.). La Tene I fibula, at Mickland's Farm (

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 8 APPENDIX.

    Servants, shall give Notice of their being in the Streets with their Tunbrils or Cars by loudly knocking a wooden Clapper , especially in Courts, Alleys, and other back Passages, upon pain to forfeit three Shillings four Pence upon every

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Martin, Iremonger Lane

    14 Mr. Williams 14 Mr. Awbrey 20 Mr. Hobell 8 Mr. Wall 9 Mr. Deacon 4 Mr. Boxe 12 Mr. Clapper 12 Mr. Winch 23 Mr. Rosier 20 Mr. Andrewes with a great warehouse 24 Mr. Hall 13 Dr. Turner

    Accounts, December 1569 - December 1569

    and the Rooffe over the sance bell xxij s It'm payde to John Beggarleye smythe for mendinge of a bell Clapper xvj d , and for mendinge of a Keye viij d ij s It'm payd for wood and Coles

    Accounts, December 1569 - December 1571

    ther quarters wages xxx s It'm payde for washinge the Churche Clothes xviij d It'm payde for cariage of the Clapper of the newe bell iiij d It'm payde for pavinge of towe graves xvj d It'm payde for Bromes

    Cecil Papers, 17th Century

    co. Hereford. At the bottom is written: "The Mylle of Mr Delahay is scituate att the upper end of the Clapper full west from the bridg and the old myll". In an undated document Mrs Helen Delahay, widow of Paul

    Accounts, June 1525 - March 1530

    byll Apperith ix s viij d ob' It'm paid to Henry Roman Smyth for the makyng of the grete bell Clapper & other necessaries, As by his bill duth appere [for xxij s xj d It' for Cools to Watche

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it was in Chancery X (Laghter) and if his- motion Was rejected, he should suggest the advantage of having a Clapper appointed to the Chancery Court, whose duty it should be to awaken the causes every three, fire, or seven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. RloAr, MODERATIONi-In the life of Mrs Elizabeth Thomas, a literary lady, known about a century ago by the name of Corinna, written by herself, mention is made of a house at Barking, called Barking Hall, which belonged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTABILIA. |" In the name of the Prophet-figs! "-On a recent visit of his Royal Hlighness the Duke of Sussex to the town of Stafford, Mr. G. Wynn, a shoe-manufacturer of the place, asked and obtained permission, in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTABILIA. THE GREAT EXAMPLES OF IGNORANCS.-In Mr. Babbag~es valuable book, *The Economy of Machinery," &c., he observes that there is per- haps no trade in which there is so much quackery and ignorance as is to be met with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. j if I might give a short hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolves to venture upon the dan-grous eiplicee of telling unblassed truth, let him proclaim Subscribers-only content

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