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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of fletirc VII-I. " f Iw some or yoll do eat, I 1, Len~ton Season flerti men~t, Feranite, PNrirrichite, and Cranes." lt is commorn in Italy where trey take thren; bhtt I canctel ia- gine whence nor aitesrors procured thern; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O O D'S EDINBURGH MUAGAZINE, No.CCXXXIX. for.Septemb'er, 183S.. Coetents:-I. The 'Ioderil Duittciad-I1. The Sister's Crave. Bv a Young Lady-111. The Cranes of Ibypis. A Ballad fioms Schiller-i . The Science of Swindling-V. Flragents of a Journal in Breta-gnc, &c.-V[. Beyond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been found at twelve hundred miles from any land. Upon their migration he states, as a known fact, that Cranes go and return at the same date, without the least re- gard to the state of the weather, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Friday, the 17th inst, at Eleren o'Clock in the Forenoon pre- cisely. sundry lotsof OLD STORES, eonsistiogof Great Coats Cranes, Fire Engines, Hose Pipe, Tools, Grates, Steel, Iron, Fire-wood, tusnuct Stocks and anrious other articles, the whole of which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nuptials Of their daughter Dell, which fell about thus:- Yes, they came: and among the rest, The King of the Cranes all grandly dressed. Such a lovely tail ! Its feathers foat Between the ends of his blue dress-coat; With Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherborne St. John

    and from that date Cranes Place, or, as it was afterwards called, the manor of Cranes , formed part of the Beaurepaire estate until as late at least as the end of the 17th century. 175 Cranes Farm, which is

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 City government

    in Upper Quay Lane in 1815 and a second machine was installed near the Foreign bridge in 1825 . 27 Cranes were provided at the quay in 1812 and 1828 for the use of the lessee of the weights there.

    Enfield Other estates

    in 1635 some of the former abbey's lands, called Cranes , were held by John Wroth of Durants, while 44 a. near Mores Hatch gate were held by William Pennefather. 14 Crane's farm remained part of the Durants estate and

    Parishes Abbot's Langley

    extensive trade. The following field and place-names occur in this parish:-Wodefield, Whippeden, Water of Gateseye, 7 Reddinges, Kentishe Werke, Tribbes, Cranes , 8 and Connye Mames. 9 There was formerly a gild or fraternity of Corpus Christi at Abbots Langley

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough

    new district has sprung up between the Surbiton Hill Road and Clay Hill , taking the name of Crane's Park from the Cranes , the large house which stood here. The development of this estate has resulted in a continuation

  • * British History Online * *

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    Caveats to Book 1

    not to be turned over or new bound unto any other untill the sd. Rich. Reading dwelling at the 3 Cranes over ag t S t Toolies Church Southwarke hath notice thereof. 1 Junij 1669 william warner the late apprentice

    Chapter 4, Wharfage, cranage and pilotage

    Mr. Padmore was the first who erected Cranes on the Key; Bristol being, at that time, only a Tide Harbour, in which the position of the vessels was continually altered; the introduction of Cranes very much facilitated their discharging; so

    ADAMS, ?John

    Period of medical practice 1606-1634 Address ? near the Three Cranes 1616 Other notes Trouble 1616 1624. Intended to go to West Indies 1624. Known London address near the Three Cranes (?) Parish St Martin Vintry Ward Vintry Date 1616

    Diary, 1552 (July - Dec), 01 July 1552-31 December 1552

    doo lye. The xxx day of September the mayre and the aldermen, and the new shreyffes, took barges at iij Cranes in the Vyntre, and so to Westmynster hall, and ther they toke [their ] hoyth 14 in the escheker,

    Volume 205, Undated 1659, 01 December 1659-31 December 1659

    with their goods, should be restored; the Hopewell and her lading, being within the Act, to stand condemned. The 3 Cranes, being claimed by a Jew living in London, who has produced great testimonies under the hand of the late Subscribers-only content


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