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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The eighteenth century Social life

    drawings of the city was published in 1807 . Halfpenny lived in Gillygate and was buried in St. Olave's. 16 A glass painter, William Peckitt ( 1731-95 ), was contemporary with Halfpenny though they can hardly be said to be

    Parishes Higham Gobion

    with his wife Anne, his son William and his brother Arthur, alienated the manor to Thomas Halfpenny . 57 It remained in the Halfpenny family for about sixty years. Thomas, dying in 1684 , 58 was succeeded by his son

    Townships Kirkham

    at the west end of the town. Kirkham and the district were visited by the plague in 1631 . 5 Halfpenny tokens were issued in 1670 and 1671 by Kirkham traders. 6 In 1754 there was a 'chalybeate water called

    South Mimms Economic history

    were many presentments from medieval times for illegally taking wood. 11 On the demesne of Wyllyotts oaks were felled in Halfpenny grove in 1594 so that it might be converted to meadow or pasture. 12 In 1620 woodland was said

    Prisons and gallows

    prisoners awaiting trial. The building was subject to flooding, for some of its barred windows, as may be seen from Halfpenny 's drawing of 1807, 39 were well below the roadway. The debtors' prison comprised four 'convenient chambers', a 'free

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had a peculiarly gmnooth method of obtaining the loan of a halfpenny, for which he was always ready to give his promissory note,which his creditors held as curiosities." Halfpenny debentures were tedious instruments for small " loans," and Starkey may Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. ieywvardLimb'sCo-idnitstreetlinendraper. (Hardwicke and Davidson, Cateaton street. 'r. Daunn, Reigate, Surrey, merchant. [Luttly and Fourdri- 1ier, Upper Thamnes street. r. Halfpenny, Aylesbury street, Clerkenwell, victualler. [Ding. wall, New Bank buildings. J. Johnson, Manchester, innkeeper. [Adlington and Co. Bed- tord rov. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weekly Numbers) Fwopence. Tracts of 32 pages - - O - - One Penny. Tracts of 16 pages - One Halfpenny. Tracts of8 pages ---- One arthing. Every Tsto Months an elegantly-printed and illustrated Volume of 25N pages will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London : W. Benring and Co. Law Booksellers. 43 Fleet street. QHARPE'S LONDON MAGAZINE, for MAY, K) price only Eightpene Halfpenny, contains, in addition to Eighty pages of Letterpress, Five elegant Illustrations by the following eminent Artists: Return of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    latest novelty, pending the new opera announced for to-night, is a slight but amusing farce, ell acted, called Only a Halfpenny. At the ADELPHI Mr Keeley has returned, and Janet Fride the most successful of the pieces recently produced at Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    or alter the impression or any part of the impression of either side of an Halfpenny or Farthing, with an intent to make an Halfpenny resemble or look like or pass for a lawful Shilling or with intent to make


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