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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friars minors of Ware

    the Wakes through his grandmother Joan, Princess of Wales . The friars probably enjoyed these privileges under the Wakes and Hollands . Weever ( Antient Funeral Monum . 312) records two or three burials here. Elizabeth de Burgh , Lady

    Warnham Local government

    court rolls of Denne for the years 1685-1764 which were mentioned in the later 18th century. 9 Court rolls of Hollands manor survive for the years 1641 and 17 93; the court was held at the manor house in Church

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Great and Little Heaton

    from lands purchased by Adam de Prestwich and given to his son John, 11 whose descendants sold it to the Hollands of Denton . 12 This family also acquired a moiety of the Radcliffe part of Heaton , 13 the

    Cistercian monks Eastminster, New Abbey

    to say what occurred afterwards, for though the abbey had possession of at least one of the manors after the Hollands had been restored in blood, 22 it appears to have held none of them in the next century .

    Townships Harwood

    of free warren in Harwood was obtained in 1266 -7. 9 The Radcliffes and Bartons of Smithills 10 and the Hollands of Denton held lands in ' Harwood ' for many generations. 11 Adam Mort of Astley in 1630 held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Italian markets 68,700 quarters of bonded wheat, and 41,600 quarters havein the same period been exported from our outports.- Hollands Gin, purchased at Rotierdam, at 19d. a -allon, has, within five days. been sold at Brighton at INs. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by any means, hesitate to say so upon occasion. Now they hold our creed themselves. The Bedfords, the Greys, the Hollands, are now Reformers-ILord John Russell and Mr. Lambton are alternate in their motions for Reform. Such is the fact-what Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tom. . . . 13s. , Riun 14s. Best Do. . . 15s. Irish Whiskey . . . 1-. Scheda-.n Hollands . . . 24s. Fine Orange Shrub . . i4. Fine White Brandy, Noyau, CULrarsa, and Maraschino. Counthy orders, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 6s. 6id. pet gallon: Claret, is. to 16s. per dozen: Bordeaux brandy, Ss. lOd. to 4s. per gallon ; Hollands gin, Ss. 6d. to Ss. I Id. per gallon; Jamaica rum, Ss. 4d. to Ss. lOd. per gallon ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER- CHAT. Our Paris Correspondent says, "1 The opening of the English Theatre at Paris is certainly fixed for the first of next month. It will open with Richard the Third, which character, his best, will be sustained by Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, May 1674, 01 May 1674-31 May 1674

    from Falmouth who reports that about seven days since a French man-of-war came in there, who off Falmouth met a Hollands caper of about 18 guns, between whom there was a dispute for seven hours. The French man-of-war lost about Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 21 June 1642, 21 June 1642-21 June 1642

    the Committee for the Preamble to the Accounts do meet this Afternoon; and bring it in To-morrow Morning. Sir Jo. Hollands , Mr. Cage , Sir Ro. Crane , are added to the Committee for Accounts. Hewett's Loan. Whereas Sir

    Debates in 1675, November 4th-6th, 04 November 1675-06 November 1675

    canvass, it must be had abroad, at Morlaix , and Vitry ." But the best canvass, in his time, was Hollands doubles, and in the West Country they make so equally good of that sort, that the officers of the

    British History Online

    several sorts of course Linnens commonly called Borelapps have of late been compelled to pay Custom for the same as Hollands which comes to above Thirty five pounds per [Cent[um ] 9 ] whereby the said Trade (soe usefull to

    Charles II, March 1672, 01 March 1672-31 March 1672

    Sir Robert ordered me to keep by the St. Michael and the Hollands man-of-war the Gloucester had taken. Half an hour after we came up with the Hollands man-of-war, she immediately sank but most of her men were saved. The Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 16 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    Turkey Carpets, Silks, Raw and Wrought into several Fabricks, as Taffaties, Sarsnets, Tabbies, Velvets and Plush , Diaper, Damask, Cambricks, Hollands , Ghentings, Muslins, & c. also Caviare, Catchope, Pot-ashes, Firs , Pipe-staves, Oars, Deals, Clapboards, Cordage, Cable-yarn, Cottons, Cotton

    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of Russia.]

    Woolen Stock ings, Silks, Fruits, Spanish Wines, & c. And for these and the like, they import Linnens: As Cambricks, Hollands , Lawnes, Diaper, & c. in great abundance. Also Tapestries, Rhenish Wines, Mather, Hopps, Latten, Sword and Knive Blades

 

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