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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hendon Other estates

    freehold owners in 1754 of Decoy farm, which consisted of 99 a. north and west of Temple Fortune ; 21 in 1828 the Wyldes estate was leased to Thomas Clark , who also owned Decoy farm. 22 The college lands,

    Middle division Wawne Wawne Township c. 1755 Meaux township 1650 North Bransholme and Kingswood 2000 Wawne Church

    and their cottages. North Grange and Fewsome Grange , later Meaux Decoy Farm, were recorded again in 1650 ; both were evidently rebuilt later. 38 The present Meaux Decoy Farm may date from the 18th century but was refronted later

    Finchley Other estates

    1815). M.R.O., EA/FIN. M.R.O., Acc. 351/299. B.L.H.L., P.A.F. 1/9; B.L.H.L., Church-rate bk. ( 1859 ). Tanqueray, who purchased the neighbouring Decoy fm. in Hendon in 1854 , purchased Quagg field, part of Sheephouse , in 1857 : M.R.O., Acc. 1368/17

    Parishes Compton Dundon

    inclosure and drainage would destroy the decoy, said to be worth £150 a year. 281 However, the decoy was still let out in the early 19th century and by 1841 was part of Decoy farm, where a single-unit, one-and-a-half storey

    Hendon Growth before 1850

    other houses near Brent Bridge in 1754 were those later known as Bridge House , Holmebush, and Decoy House (so named after a decoy on the Brent ). 25 In the lane leading to Renters Farm, Shire Hall was mentioned

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ag America, oreithian Mr. Deoay *s crail[ yn *deg yraweliad Mr. Paanell 1'r wlad hono. Darieinodd rannan o areithiau Mr. Decoy o nowyddiidur Americanaidd, a dywadai nad oedd yn Isollol snabebyg us welid nifer o'r tramorwyr hyn yn gwineyi en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bUte, ffir the plino0se of formning at Lasudshual Itle birdge Wet brokcn down, aid tde aeido* division cainuanded by but Decoy, vigoruiusly opposed this movemeaut of the enem y, h1t rng threstoned hy the colotuns whIch had passed the ILer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a m5il coach, 7pi..Misfortunes of J. Higgins, 719.. Charge of Murder, 768.. Mr. Hinekley found dead in his bed, 799.. Decoy and ill usage by robbers of Mr. Crossland, 26 Apprentice laws, 344 AMassinatiOn in the forest of Bondy, 651 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    well understood and beautiful efects in MrWiLso5N' Scene on the Erme (44), Mr WATTS' Scene near Ross (17), nod The Decoy Farm (81), Mr TENNANT'S Mfereworth Castle (63)1 Mr AP.NOLD'S Portsea Ferry (SO) and his Suspension Bridgt (127), Mr J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the University of Aberdeen. London; Published by Richard and John E. Taylor, Red Lia cour Fleet street. Recently published in Decoy 8vo. Second Edition, price 5Is TREATISE ot CON~StUMPTION. ASTHMAr A RHEUP.IATIC AFFECTIONS of the CHEST and IIEART, IH OOPING Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Billingsgate Ward

    [b - Antwerp mer. ] 40 Doctor Daniell ( £ 10) 20 Raphaell vande Pitt ( £ 30) 3 Fraunces Decoy ( £ 3) 6 Margeret the wyfe of Gillam Curtein, Joane & Margret his daughters and Haunce his servaunte

    British History Online

    for any Part or Parts thereof and with no greater or other Sum or Sums of Money whatsoever. XIII. The Decoy Pond in the said Manor not subject to the General Commissioners. Provided also That the said Commissioners appointed for

    Volume 196, 1715. Classified (Part III.) and Undated., 01 January 1715-31 December 1715

    page. 40 . A bill of several works performed in his Majesty's Park at St. James's in turning the Old Decoy into a regular pond, and making plantations on each side of it, clearing out the mud, and raising the

    Treasury Warrants, January 1717, 11-15, 11 January 1717-15 January 1717

    Same for 227 l. to Walter Chetwynd, Ranger of St. James's Park, to defray the charge of turning the Old Decoy in the said park into a regular pond and making plantations on each side thereof: as follows: viz. s.

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1611

    at the next General Session of the Peace for co. Midd., for that " she is accused for playing at Decoy in Henry Jeffery's house in St. Katherine's, and that she and one John Gray in her company knowen for


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