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  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 2 Richard II (1378-9)

    Norwich came to be known as the "Old Swine Market" from the hog-market formerly kept there, but afterwards removed to Hoghill and "Castle Ditches" (Blomefield's 'Norfolk,' iv. 129). 8 The Hospital of S. Paul, called Normanspitel from Norman the monk,

    Cecil Papers, March 1612, 01 March 1612-31 March 1612

    s 4 d for new rails to be set up at Chappel Henault Park to enclose the Chappel Plain and Hoghill there: and of the sum of 55 l 5 s 4 d for divers reparations to be made about

    Index, H, I

    48 Hogan , Mr. See Hogan, William Hogan , William, Keeper of Little Gardens at Hampton Court installs fountains, 143 Hoghill , co. Essex 342 Hoggeston (Hogson), co. Bucks. 90 Hogson. See Hoggeston Holborn (Holborne), London 61, 221, 279 letter

    Cases brought before the committee, September 1651, 01 September 1651-30 September 1651

    Ant. Duckett, Grayrigg, Westmoreland 160 l . 135 Leftwich Oldfield, Leftwich, co. Chester 80 l . 25 Sir Thos. Sandford, Hoghill, Westmoreland 250 l . 135 Hen. Ward, Rigmadon, Westmoreland 50 l . 135 12 17 March 1652. Discharges granted. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AUCTION", By W BURT, On Monday tlie 20?h of March, 1809, Precisely at Five o'clock, At the Blue Bell Inn, Hoghill, Norwich, Lot l- A LLthat Shop and Dwelling- House, late FA. in the occupation of Mr. W. Weaver, grocer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appointed a police officer for the borough of Middlesbro' Shocbino Dbath- On Monday morning last, the body of Mr. lboioas Hoghill, a farmer, near Eston was round in a lane near that place, quite dead. It is sup- posed ihst Subscribers-only content


    On Sunday laft, in the afternoon, a man, who fince appears at times to be infane, wast ze, feeni near Hoghill, Norfolk, carrying a child in c nd 'his arms, abbout two years old, %vhich he began Ick to bite, Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY MAY 24 TO TUESDAY MAY 27 1746

    would. have fuffer'd the fame Fate had they not pull'd down two Houfes. Laft Thurfday. died,. at his Houte on Hoghill,. Wil- liam Taylor, Efil; Member of Parliament for the Eo- rough of Afkeafon, and late Colleitor of Ma'louw. S Subscribers-only content

    Daily Advertiser, WEDNESDAY JUNE 24 1772

    capital new builtanendveyFrmIategrtelA atgeoFuWtrnd t Houfe. Further Pirticulhark may he had 'of MeItra. Gieenway, Effex-Court,] - Middle-Temple;.or Mr.. Lukis Gayess, Hoghill, Dublin. q unt beongngall Freehold and Tythe free, lett on Leake to fubif'antial Te- nA nanta at 5531 si. Subscribers-only content

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