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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sonning with Earley , Woodley and Sandford

    MAIDEN EARLEY was apparently formed out of Earley Whiteknights . In 1362 John de Earley had licence to grant two messuages and 19 acres of land with appurtenances to Robert de Earley and John his wife. 162 Robert de Earley

    The hundred of Sonning Introduction and map

    SONNING CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF ARBORFIELD SONNING with EARLEY, WOODLEY and SANDFORD RUSCOMBE WOKINGHAM 1 SANDHURST In 1086 the township of Sonning , comprising the present parishes of Sonning (exclusive of Earley ), Ruscombe , Arborfield , Sandhurst and the

    The hundred of Charlton Introduction and map

    PARISHES OF BARKHAM HURST SWALLOWFIELD FINCHAMPSTEAD SHINFIELD The above list with the tithing of Earley in Sonning 1 represents the extent of the hundred in 1831 . 2 Since that date there has been a readjustment by the addition of

    Parishes Barkham

    assessed at 3 hides. It was possibly granted with Earley to the family of Earley , for the Testa de Nevill gives it as held of the fee of Henry de Earley . 15 The immediate tenants in the 13th

    The borough of Reading Churches

    may belong the window to the west of the south doorway. In 1410 the church was re-roofed with timber from Earley . The oldest roll of the churchwardens' accounts gives a list of contributors to the cost. The eastern and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CLARENCE STREET 'PERMffiIENT BUI LD I NG - SDCIE TY ORDINARY SHARES, £10 9 EACH.- ESTRANCE FEE, 2s. PER SHARE. Preference Shares are also ieed o ctn tertai , prticuars of wZoc esay be obtained ao !yp'li cationt to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sacks.-1rish Wheat, 350 quarters; and Oats, %9,600.-Foreign Oats, 100 quarters. q4verage Pricesfor tie Week, ending Feb. 15, 1828:-Wheat, 52s. 2d Earley, 30s. 1d. Oats, 21s. 2d. Bye, 31s. 3d. Beans, 38s,. 3d. and Peas, 39s. 3d. Insferial Average Prices for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oats, 26s. Rye, 35s. Sd. Beans, 36sc. 5d. Peas, sA. -'Agregate: Average of six weeks which geveres duty,:-Wheat, 6ts.. i Earley, Sic. d. Oas, 24. lid RyeSo. Dd. Beans,455s. 8d. Peasr,;Ss.53d.; The Arerage Price of iBrown or Muscovado Sugar,:c omputed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shudders, aid also to be compelled to thieve for any daily support,-a crime which I never thought the name of Earley would be coupled with; but whatever may happen to me I shall have to thank you for. I am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' 451009Cs- Irisk . -.|._ 28iO _ 5 - -c Foreign.. 84810 14720 9070 |- l _- GazefteAver-eges. 1 Wheat. Earley. Oats. I I. ris. .Veekenddbept. 17 6m Sd 3905 24s5 Y1s iS' lid' 916 l6dl17 iii Duty.|i3s ........... We2ks Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 January 1742, 14 January 1743

    the faid Appeal; f i / y 3 fld5.4uPon a potion of Charles Annefley th fd?f Cf b h A Earley Com¬ mon to en- clofe, Leave for a Bill: who may have a Copy thereof, and do put in Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1742, 1 February 1743

    from the^Town of Warmin- " fier, in the County of Wilts-" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Earley Com¬ mon, enclof- i»g, Bill. The Lord Cadogan reported from the Lords Commit¬ tees to whom the Bill, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1742, 4 February 1743

    enclofing and dividing feveral Common " Fields, lying in Earley, in the Parifh of Sonning, in " the County of Berks ; and for exchanging feveral an- " cient Enclofures in Earley aforefaid." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1742, 17 February 1743

    for enclofing and dividing feveral Common Fields, " lying in Earley, in the Parifh of Sonning, in the Coun- •'¦ty of Berks; and for exchanging feveral ancient " Enclofures in Earley aforefaid;" and to acquaint this Houfe, that they have Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1742, 22 March 1743

    entered into, for enclofing and dividing feveral Common Fields, lying in Earley, in the Parifh of Soning, in the County of Berks; and for exchanging feveral ancient Enclosures in Earley aforefaid." " 38. An Aft for enclofing and dividing the Subscribers-only content

 

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