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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The twelfth and thirteenth centuries York under the sheriffs of Yorkshire

    iii, f. 190d; E 372/146, m. 7d. Pipe R . 1130 (H.M.S.O. facsimile), 26. R. S. Hoyt , The Royal Demesne in Eng. Const. Hist . 93–96. S. K. Mitchell , Taxation in Med. Eng . 313. Pipe R .

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    the inclosure map " 40 Finchley : development from the mid 19th century " 51 The Bishop of London 's Demesne in Finchley and Hornsey . From estate maps and records " 58 Hornsey in 1815 . From the inclosure

    Bethnal Green Estates BETHNAL GREEN: ESTATES c . 1700

    Bethnal Green Estates ESTATES DEMESNE ESTATES. Bethnal Green lay wholly within Stepney manor. 36 In 1652 a parliamentary survey was made of the demesne lands, mostly within Bethnal Green , sequestrated from the royalist earl of Cleveland . 37 Trustees

    Enmore Economic history

    and for most of the recorded population. Together the four holdings comprised 10 ploughlands but there were only 9 teams. Demesne and tenant estates on the Lexworthy holdings were of equal size. Only 8 a. of meadow were recorded, all

    Domesday Survey Introduction I DOMESDAY MAP

    the demesne. It may be suggested that their omission in Domesday is connected with the exemption of the demesne from geld. Table 3 Difference between Assessment and Demesne and Holdings in Edmonton (72) Assessment h v a 35 Demesne 16

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 February 1819, 15 February 1819

    shall be deemed good Service. Cresswell Upon reading the Petition of Addison John Cress¬ et Ux. Leave well, of Woodhorne Demesne in the County of Nor- for a Bill to t}mnberiand, Esquire, and Elizabeth Mary his Wife, take the _ Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1819, 8 June 1819

    said Ni¬ cholas was Earle of Banbury, and seized of the Title and Honour of Earle of Banbury in his Demesne, as of Fee Tayle to him, and the Heires- Males of the Body of the said William then late Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1819, 29 June 1819

    a Bill, intituled, " An Act concerning « Common Recoveries to be suffered by Attorney in " Courts of Antient Demesne; and to explain an « Act of His present Majesty, relative to the Sale " or Mortgaging of Estates Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1819, 2 July 1819

    An Act common Re- " concerning Common Recoveries to be suffered by coveries Bill- " Attorney in Courts of Antient Demesne; and " to explain an Act of His present Majesty, relative " to the Sale or Mortgaging of Estates Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1819, 3 July 1819

    Bill, intituled, " An Act concerning Common Re- « coveries to be suffered by Attorney in Courts of " Antient Demesne ; and to explain an Act of His " present Majesty, relative to the Sale or Mortgaging " of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has recently been put in a good state of repair. There is a large walled Oar- -den attached to the Demesne. A largeportion of the Estate eond :be profitably laid oub for building pur- poses aIPI aecomodatioflLaInd, being so conveniently Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    means they can fod devise to pay off what remains, 20 The examiners of nes; Mr D H Hughes, 20, Demesne St., Seacorabe, reported yml ; favourably of him, he was spoken in the Preebytery, casc i and permitted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Demesne, the Dublin anid Kilkenny rents, and the advowsoll of George's rectory. The Ty-- rone property, consisting of fifteen denominations, with a net annual rental, deducting tytbe-reirt charge, of 1,9141., brought 50,6261, or o6] years' purchase. The demesne in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not reng complied with, they shot the general and his aide-dc-camp, theose dead bodies they threw over the barricades. General Demesne beis had his leg amputated at the Val de Grace, but is' expected to Vrhcover. TER ARCHBTSrOP OF PARIS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Sale (in about 170 Lots) through the medium of The INCU31- BERED ESTATES COURT. They comprise the Mansion-house and Demesne Lands of Calmolin, the Toan of Camolin, and a variety of well circure stanced Farms, situate in the above Subscribers-only content

 

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