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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Growth before 1850

    the 14th century 70 and houses bordered the green in 1572 . 71 Sir Samuel Starling lived in one called Garretts Place in 1635 72 and the White House stood there, together with some shops, in 1686 . 73 The

    Magdalen College

    the New building should be contracted according to the Scheme deliver'd in by Mr Townshend with the addition of the Garretts '. 183 On 28 July the plan is again referred to as Townesend's, and it seems clear that he

    The borough of Lewes Introduction and history Plan of Lewes , 1926 West Gate Lewes and Buildings adjoining

    tenement is alleged to have been held of Kingston-by-Lewes , in the parish of St. Michael ; a tenement called Garretts , on the east side of St. Mary 's Lane, of Hamsey ; 80 and numerous freehold properties in

    Bethnal Green Economic History

    immigrants were poor, a few brought capital or, with some English weavers, prospered to become masters. Master weavers included the Garretts , who had lived in Bethnal Green since the 1670s , 68 had property in Castle Street in 1694

    Index A-J

    , in Enfield , chs., dom. bldgs.: Adelaide Ho ., Clock Ho ., Cottage Place, Elms , Elsynge Ho ., Garretts Place, Hermitage , Sparrow Hall , White Ho ., Worcester Lodge , growth, halls and institutes, pub. hos., Goat

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, May 1686, 21-31, 21 May 1686-29 May 1686

    the Green before the same and along the west side thereof and the ground above the said house known as Garretts Orchard; all at the north-west corner of New [or Richmond ] Park in the parish of Petersham and containing

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 21 July 1642, 21 July 1642-21 July 1642

    Whitmore. Nicholas Raynton. Henry Garaway. Edmond Wright. William Acton. John Cordell. Thomas Soame. John Gayer. Jacob Gerrad. Thomas Atkin. John Wollaston. Thomas Adams. Abra. Reynardson. George Garretts. George Clarke." Adjourn. Nona cras. Origin. the. Origin. the. Sic. Origin. be deliver.

    Index, F

    -, his wife, 382 (3). -, Walter, uncle of lord Thomas, 1. Fitzgeralds or Geraldines, the, Irish family, 1150. -, (Garretts), the attainted, 108. Fitzgerot. See Fitzgerald. Fitzh- , Clement, 643. Fitzherbert , Sir Ant., justice of C. P., 381

    Index, G

    Garnesey. See Guernsey. Garnsforthe , Mr., 1098. Garraice , Card. See Caracciolo. Garret (Garrad), Thos., chaplain to bp. Latimer, 1424. Garretts , the. See Fitzgeralds. Garter King at Arms. See Barker, Chr. Garthum. See Gardham. Garwell , Thos., 969 (p.

    Henry VIII, July 1536, 16-20, 16 July 1536-20 July 1536

    at my lord Privy Seal's coming to Dover. I fear the lord Thomas is this day attainted by Act. The Garretts are all attainted by this parliament. My lord of Richmond is very sick. London, 18 July. Hol., pp .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    debate, But they ne'er shall lay hands on the ark of the State; Away with your Ashworths, and Beckers, and Garretts, Who flock to their meetings and chatter like parrots; Their tongues may be long, and their wits may be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dressed in (lonfedeluto BnlformsX reaClled Garrett'S Farm severaI days ago. Bootll Mas noulwdede In conversatiOn lle denounecd Lillcoln's adssahsulations antl fiaid that the rcBarels offered would tles5 bc illcrCased to half a million Tlle Garretts lettlatle}ted asscrted that they did Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sold looses, but oaly i Packets, Agents ; Lisseter, i, New cc Street; Norris, Five Ways ; Bryan, Congreve Street', Garretts 214,Derten Brdge Horon,234 Brdfod Street; Brown, 6 B Sprig Bll;Mert 27, iknisd Sree, ad 489, Coventry Read ( tireks,22, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hins5r/ who opposed it were in the inisecure condition of acknowsledging a grievancn without itlowring whatt to subititute for Mr. Garretts sweepimng rcredy. There. are three parties interete.d in the game flues- tion--tho landovner, the fayrui, kndl the gener.0 public. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were aroused, and he took a short cut to the Oentral Police Station, where he obtained the assistance of Police-constable Garretts who, acting upon his instruc-. tions, -went round another way into Tower Lane, where the officers ian the prisoners Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The railway, the farmer and the public, 1885

    grinding the faces of the poor and rendering bread dear, are not the Vanderbilts, the Tom Scotts , or the Garretts , but they are the nameless bakers, grocers, and others, who have added this enormous charge to the cost Subscribers-only content

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