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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. Benefactors.

    which Gifts belong to the Poor of this Hamlet . 1662 . David Davison , late of this Hamlet , Esq; by his Will, gave to the Poor of this Hamlet , Ten Pounds per Ann. for ever. 10

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Poplar and Blackwall.

    Women of this Hamlet , at the yearly Feast of our Blessed Saviour's Nativity. Some Time before this, Captain John Crouthers gave a House, now divided into three Tenements, for the Use of the Poor of this Hamlet for ever;

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 Stratford le Bow.

    the Poor of the said Hamlet , to be by them distributed yearly among the Poor of the Hamlet , and have great Charges of Children to maintain, and have no Pension from the Hamlet , on the several Days

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. Wappin.

    in Nightingale Lane , in the Hamlet of Wappin , in a Garden belonging to one who had some Damage among his Herbs, by Reason the Multitude of People there assembled suddenly. In this Hamlet of Wappin , was builded

    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. Customs and Orders.

    within the same Manour, or elsewhere, in Presence of six customary Tenants; or by any Headborough of some Township or Hamlet within that Manour, in Presence of six customary Tenants, in or out of the same Manours. Which Surrender or

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rixton with Glazebrook

    Hamlet , William, Hamlet ; Thomas and Richard being sons of the former Hamlet and uncles of the latter. William Mascy in 1436 confirmed a grant of lands in Cheshire recently made to his brother Richard by their father

    Parishes Woolstone

    Glos . i. 122. The statement in Temple, A Cotswold Hamlet , 31, that the Nind family owned the Grange is unsubstantiated. Glos. R.O., SL 68. Temple, A Cotswold Hamlet , 31. Ex inf. Mrs. G. Evans . E 179/247/14

    Analysis of Bishop Compton 's census of 1676 Ongar Hundred

    interpretation Bobbingworth 86 .. .. 86 All adults Chigwell 500 .. .. 500 Fyfield 210 .. .. 210 Greenstead ' Hamlet ' 25 .. .. 25 All adults Kelvedon Hatch 107 .. .. 107 Lambourne 100 .. .. 100 All

    Townships Pennington

    36 In 1479 Roger Starkey gave to Hamlet Mascy of Rixton the messuages and lands here which Cecily Urmston and Margaret Gnype held for a term of years. 37 Hamlet, son of Hamlet Mascy, succeeded his father in 1462 and

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespearean festivals and theatres

    by Halliwell Phillipps, who demolished it and threw the site into the New Place Gardens . The last performance, of Hamlet , took place on 30 April 1872 . The Shakespeare Memorial Association was founded in 1874 by Charles Edward

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6ehtbiatthan. GAIR AT BWLIY GOR CYMANFA Y TEML. WYB PA YN FFESTINIOG. Syr,-Deallaf fad.pwyllgor wedi ei benodi i drefnu ar gyfer cvmanfa fawr o Deilwyr Da y plwyf uchod ymhen ychydig wythnosau. Dymunw f yn garedig en rhybuddioena wahoddont Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod ef ac eraill oeddynt yn bwriadu cynyg u gwobrwyon mewn eisteddfod ldyfodol, ynneddwl am a2 gynyg mn am gyfieithu Hamlet. o Beirniadaeth Dr. Evans (Iudur), Idris Fychan, ac E EBo y Berth ar y " Llawllyfr canu Penillion ," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae y cemetery i fod. Myn nifer o'r trethdaiwyr, sydd yn preswylio yn yr Hamlet Isaf, ei chael yn Llangynwyd, tra y mae trethdalwyr yr Hamlet Uchaf bron yn ddieithriad dros ei chael gerllaw Maesteg, mewn lle manteisiol i gyfarfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adnabod y natur ddyno; oren; mae wedi cane a phortreadn yn fyw odn blaen ymbob eyfeiriad. Dyma ranau o ymgom Hamlet Wr brydfeith Ophelia am brydfarthwch ye yr un eyfeiriad. - Ophelia.-" A ailld prydferthwob, fy arglwydd, flasnchu ye well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .mae disgrifi'd'o BFruselS heb -son am io Waterloo, yn debyg o fod l etyr hyn. fuasat trajd4J ig :"H3lamlet,' aw Hamlet ei bun:sd wi ei adet allen, snd tfh rywfoddd nen gilydd `gadawodd y Nodwr y cyfienera i r' basio Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Todnam, and burnt at Berry, and there was persecuted out of the said Hamlet, called Cornefield, Ihon Blomfield and his wife, Peke and his wife, husbādmen both, and Ihon Thornes wife, because they would not go to the churche and

 

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