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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Mills

    slaughter-house, 91 which stood in Mill Lane (now Money Lane ), on the bank of the Frays River, opposite Pond Closes , 92 and probably close by the 15th-century house known in 1958 as the Frays. In 1650 93 and

    Parishes Strensall

    , 1719) were apportioned as follows, namely:- The church charity: land part of Paddock Steel or Stile Closes , otherwise New Bridge Closes , copyhold of the manor of Strensall containing 2 a. 3 r., let at £5 8 s

    Edburton Economic history

    Edburton and Truleigh were apparently served by open fields in the same way as Fulking and Perching further east. 80 Closes called East and West laines and Town field were named in 1813 ; the two former then lay south

    Edgeworth Introduction

    North Farm which were built by the James family in the late 19th century. 15 Edgeworth Paddock , formerly the Closes , 16 occupies the site of the former Edgeworth Farm, and is a large, late-19th-century gabled residence typical of

    The eighteenth century Religion and education

    for the improvements he made to the palace at Bishopthorpe ; they included felling some of the trees in Bustardthorpe Closes that obscured his view of the minster from the palace. 50 The corporation, representing the official policy of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For Cricket and Football the boys have a field vot far from tire Mousc, UINIVERSITY OF LONDON MATRICULAXON. The Senior Closes at Ardwyn School have been so arranged as to -epars boys directly for the M ntriculation Examination at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spend ing, the evening;* and a,*er t he snp7- |per deoisfhadl een aithdriaown, one of the gentlemen pre- sest', Mr. .Closes, who tesides iii Portlaid-road5 fei downiand cxired, "whilst taking ika g.ass of wile. The deeea)&d -was a yourg'geitlemtan in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the description with the object inrriediately before his eyes. As hecarefullwcommitted to paper the events of every day at its Closes the impressions are most distinct and lively. Bis vivacity and quick sense of exijoyment enable him to depict the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ay C ATLIN'S NORT'H AMEICAIN INDIAN C MUSEUM ~and MODEL of NIAGARA FALLS, Egy~ptian Hall.- 'I his unique Collection positively Closes its Exhibition in London on the ?5ta of May. Open from 'ien till Dusk. Living Figures in full Indian Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drapers. [Lawrance and Plews, Bucklersbury. G. Osborn, Exeter, whip minker. [Keddle and Co, Lime street H. J. Andresws, Plymouth, surgeon. [Closes and Co. Temple. J. Pickles, Preston, cottos spinner. [Giegory and Co. Bedford ru. R. Pickles, Barnsley, lhien mianufacteurer. [Jotes Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields.

    in the Morning, their Herdmen brought in about thirty Beasts into one of the Closes , and kept them there feeding in one of the Closes which the City holdeth. This was signed by Dod , and Matthew, and others.

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Shooting in the Bow.

    and Hedges in such Fields and Closes , as Time out of Mind were allowed to be shot in; and by plucking up the old Marks of ancient Time standing in the said Closes : or where the Banks and

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Houndsditch.

    in and as far as the said Garden or Parcel of Land, containing seven Acres; withal Edifices, Walls, Ditches and Closes , in and about the said Garden, or Parcel of the Lands there being: Which Messuage, Dovecoat, Garden, Gate,

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. Andrew Undershaft.

    quarterly, to every of the said eight Persons, 12d. a piece. Also, he gave unto St. Thomas's Hospital , two Closes of Land or Meadow Ground , lying in the Parish of Shoreditch ; upon Condition, that the Governours of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 May 1818, 1 May 1818

    House or Tenement, with a Barn and " Peat House thereto belonging ; also Two Closes " or Parcel of Ground called Bend Lane Closes, " containing by estimation Five Acres, be the same " more or less, standing, lying, Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1818, 1 May 1818

    c< c< tt a << c< cc c< << c< c< a Barn and Peat House thereto belonging, also Two Closes, called Bend Lane, containing by esti¬ mation Five Acres (be the same more or less) situated, lying and being Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1818, 1 May 1818

    said John " thereof, that then the said John Dambrough, " Heirs and Assigns, shall have the sole and ottages, Closes, Pieces or Parcels of Ground for " DarnhrougA and his Heirs, shall be applied in the 7 « first Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1819, 12 March 1819

    reside in his Dwelling House of Duffield, 13 " all that his Dwelling House, with the Gardens, the " Two Closes in front thereof, Coach Houses and " Stables; and gave and devised all his Estates, " whether Freehold or Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1819, 7 April 1819

    Toleration granted to Pro- " testant Dissenters, by raising the same out of the " Closes and Hereditaments therein and hereinafter " described; all those Closes or Parcels of Ground " in Kirkstead, in the County of Lincoln, called " Subscribers-only content

 

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