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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1659

    to be punished for his said offence according as they sall think meit and convenient. 21 March 1659. Heigh kirk and heigh steiple . Recommendis to the deane of gild, the maister of wark, with ony wthers they pleas to

    Whinfell

    and Rolland shall bear the third part and to begin their third part at Borough watter and so up to Heigh of the Hill. Dated 2 September, 18 Henry VIII (1526); Orig. at Sizergh. 1537 Lady Katherine Strykland, mother of

    Kentmere

    Brery Close, le Myddestmest close and le Nethermost Close, le Great springe, le Easeinge, le Ewesbancke, le lowe Borwance, le Heigh Borwance," and those houses and buildings at "Parke yeate," and 3 closes adjoining said houses called "les Parke yeate

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 12-22 Charles II (1660-72)

    Scott, currier Thomas West, baker, fil. ( blank ) West Willelmus Benson, potter, fil. Edwardi Benson, potter Willelmus Heigh, inholder, fil. Willelmi Heigh, inholder Thomas Coates, butcher, fil. Thom Coates, butcher Robertus Chapman, silkweaver, fil. Matth i Chapman Samuell Cartwright,

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. William & Mary (1689-94)

    fil. Johannis Wharton, taylor Samuel Bean, fil. Thom Bean, blacksmith Ralph Gale, girder, fil. Johannis Gale, tanner Willelmus Heigh, fil. Willelmi Heigh, innholder Ricardus Peckett, merchant, fil. Johannis Peckett, mercatoris Johannes Swann, fil. Johannis Swann, tanner Johannes Hewittson, fil. Johannis

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chmisto and Patont Medicine Vendo: rlfe Isetany rddrIss for04 suam ato the i acer, s . J. Carke, Cobsuleing Chemit, Heigh Sree tencelo, tWholdale Agents, Barc.lAy BRSeaULondUn, andaill he' Whelsea Tle',s' ' ONEY.-A Private lGentleman, writh snrplng . l~ ocapital, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tiihe su~ffferu Exild sg inf EgtIwtsd,a Swork whidtwe should have thoughtM wouflr yratd haveee viewe wi6 cofuplaeenuyif sanot wbith Heigh ats~~facion, by ever mpin nln.Isoth~vr thaetib an ltrTry is ntwhofi itrtef shi fteue4 by mt~itOfrIN heI wichn u hsually Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    our falls. The Bishops are bit, As the King has thought fit, Bid Tun Houses pull down their old walls, Heigh diddle diddle, The Duke is the riddle; The cow has le'pt over the moon ! The cunning dogs laugh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 o ~ : ., 1 , I . - . V : . ~ - - . I : ~ , i. ...... t; i - ?arcY is the niadness Of sos y or the gain of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THB POLITICAL EXAMINER, If 1 might give a short hint to an impartial writer, it would be to. tell him his fate. If he releds' to venture apon the dangerouO precipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him proclaim warwith Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Out Rawcliffe

    the gates, the chamber over the gates, the chappell, the east buttery with the chamber over it called the lower Heigh chamber, the closet in the same over the porch, the kitchen, the larder, the old rye barn, the slaughter

    Burwell Burwell c. 1800

    m. 4; P.R.O., LR 3/9B, p. 45; cf. C.U.A., D. XVI . 13A, St. Mary 's rectory terrier 1602: ' Heigh town's end'. P.R.O., SC 2/179/20, m. 2; SC 2/179/21, m. 2; cf. below, churches. Proc. C.A.S . xxxvi. 127;

 

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