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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Childerley Local government

    leased to Sir John Cutts at £8 a year. 92 The glebe, though possibly farmed by a rector who owned cattle and sheep at his death in 1540 , 93 was absorbed without trace into the Cutts estate, 94 and

    Boxworth Economic history

    It was called Bird's Pastures farm by 1800 , 7 presumably after Henry Bird (fl. 1665). 8 After Dame Anne Cutts had purchased from the Glasscocks, probably c . 1648, the last substantial independent freehold, 9 the manorial estate comprised

    Childerley Manors

    heir male, Richard Cutts of Arkesden ( Essex ), descended in the eighth generation from Richard, brother of Sir John Cutts (d. 1521). 86 Richard died without issue after 1679. 87 His younger brother John, later Lord Cutts , 88

    Lolworth Economic history

    Richard Wells (d. 1598), who held Lordship or Manor farm from Sir John Cutts . 40 Another farmer c . 1610 acted as rent collector to Cutts . 41 Their rents were relatively low: Richard Croft (d. 1612) paid c

    Swavesey Manors and other estates

    . 19 In 1549 Carey sold it to Sir John Cutts (d. 1555)of Childerley, 20 from whom it descended insuccessive generations to Sir John Cutts (d. 1615 ), Sir John Cutts (d. 1646), and Sir JohnCutts (cr. Bt. 1660, d.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 12 The River LEE.

    Ware to Waltham , and so to the Water of Thames . And the Annusance was rehearsed concerning Trenches, or Cutts , made to turn away the Course: And also for Piles, Fitches, & c. fixed in the Course of

    Book 1, Chapter 11 The River LEE, or LEY.

    Cut to be made in it . Scowred and made Navigable . A Commission of Sewers for the LEE . Cutts made on the Banks of it in the Night time, to let out the Water . B ECAUSE a

    Book 1, Chapter 12 The River LEE.

    it. The new Cut to be made in this River deliberated upon. The River foul and shallow, and scarcely navigable. A Sessions moved for Remedy. Made Navigable, and cleansed. A Commission of Sewers for this River. Cutts made therein privily.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Btirdett, with several ofherfiamilv. and aecomnmndated with a spat otn thp bench beside her father, Sir Frfpncis Burdett.- Misc Cq Cutts was tttPn sworn hv the officer of the court; at-ter Wltich tlte Clcrk of th- Peacie read the art Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be received by the Treasurer, J'hns Lboacltere. kseq. Birchit lane, by Messrs Barclay and Co.; Cocks, lNidslph, o :,sd Co.; Cutts and Co.; Irummmond aud Co.; Glys, Ilallitax, ausd Cr.; H-nkeys and Ca.; Herrics. Farquhar, end Ce,.; Rfansos and Co.: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A POPULAR ACCOUNT of the MANNERS it and CUSTOMS of INDIA. By Ret. C. Acra.Na, late Chap. lain at Poorer, Cutts ek and lidtnapore. John Mltetray, Albemarle street. NEW EDITION OP ARNOLD'S THL'CYDIDES. Now ready. in S vole. So, price Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dcbay's I' First Cradle.' The literacy conrtrih~t~uio isseldod papers sac-' The Macoks of the Middle Ages,' lip useviea. E. I,. Cutts, illustrated' Scottns 'Isord cf the lstis ' illustrated; ' Dutch Gel',e-Paintees,' by F NY. Trirholt, illolrm.tedt ' The Dresden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is familiarly called-called at the house of his friend, Senator Bright, *who lives just opposite Mr Cutts', arid it so happened that Pliss Cutts was there also. Immediately after she left Senastor Bright rettiarked to his compeer, " Douelis, it's Subscribers-only content


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