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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Croxteth Park

    leagues in circumference, the herbage worth £5 6 s . 8 d . yearly; a parcel of pasture of the Hooks , between the park and Knowsley , was worth 2 s .; the turbary was not extended; Add. MS.

    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    Monkhams. Hooks is marked on a map of c . 1590 but no house is depicted. 209 The tithe map shows Pinnacle field adjoining Clapgate Lane , Great Hooks and Little Hooks just south of Fisher's Green , and Hooks

    Parishes Clothall

    at his death in 1525 . 121 Its subsequent descent is identical with that of the main manor (q.v.). HooksHOOKS (Hokeslond, xv cent.; Howkes, xvi cent.) was apparently held of the manor of Botteles. 122 It was presumably held

    Middle division Tunstall Tunstall 1777 Tunstall Church in the earlier 19th century

    the inclusion of Hooks , then of 142 a., on a 17thcentury map of Garton . Hooks was moreover variously described as part of Grimston 34 or of Hilston , into which parish it clearly extended. 35 Hooks and the

    Parishes Hodnell

    Anthony Dryden , 30 Frances, 14, and Margaret, 12. The manors in question were Hodnell, Old Hodnell , Ascote, and Hooks (and also Radbourne ), and it is not easy to decide precisely what these represented. Late in the 12th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r tloty. Deuwyd o hyd iddo mewn adeilad )r allan.perthynol i'r Goat Inn, oddentu7.30, Digwydd'. n. odd i ddyl.&'r enw Hooks, hen gymeriad, Cdye d adnabyddua yn. y dcef, fyned i'run lleam lety y noson hone,i-phan yAryr act o edrych Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suci a detail&uiestiol, as they the'n dedsandsd, they are nowr nssanunsously oppo&OAto if, and it is mAnifest the general d.Cispositipovofthe Hooks is togetrid alsnoftfhis questid. The .quesion beforethe Flouse is hrossght forward by e of its ojen 'Members, as respectable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTICE e hhatallerd , gbdog that the Hooks oflr the transfer of, the oShares of in -tlfisthtCois w rg ieqaested~ to e auth;n dayof Jassuary a t th ntil thl e ofth ised:y aut toiu~ folleisipy for psedpreposbd ofo auitn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. BRITISH INSTITUTION GALLERY. PICTURES ALREADY SOLD. SUEJECTS. ArTISr. PURCHASERS. Scene on the Coasi of N or-j C. Stanfield - Rev. W. Long mandy - -- Wood Cutters, Wfindsor j. Linnell - - Hon. G. Agar Ellis, M.P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spoon- or an affront without making such an amazing noise about it." What a wholesome hint is this to the Hooks and Crooks, who made all the world ring with the clutter of their spoons and forks, and called the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Coming man., 1886

    *Glass-headed Pins. Needle-pointed Steel Pins. Steel Knitting Pins. Crochet Hooks . Sewing & Machines Needles. A large assortment of Fancy Needle Cases. Hooks and Eyes, Ladies ' Work Fasteners Fish Hooks . WORKS: BIRMINGHAM & REDDITCH Warehouses: 115, NEWGATE STREET Subscribers-only content

    The Richmond and Hampton-Court guide, etc., 1850

    which are added the Coaeh and Cab Fares to all Parts of London .-Price 2d. Davidson s Musical Instruction - Hooks . I © Singing Preceptor, containing all the important Instruc- f the most celebrated Teacheis, with a remaikably large Subscribers-only content

    Facts from Gweedore, 1887

    now supplied with the following articles for sale at very reasonable prices :-Ironmongery, Drugs, Groceries, etc. Awl Blades , Fishing Hooks , Pans, Beams, Fishing Lines, Kettles, Bellows, Funnels, Sauce pans, etc., Bridles, Glass, viz.. Italian Irons, Brushes , Window, Subscribers-only content

    Facts from Gweedore, 1887

    , Lead Pencils, Cords, Red, etc., Sealing Wax, Cambray, Pitch, Writing Paper, Checks, Pepper, viz.. Wafers, Shirting, Cayenne , Reaping Hooks , Merinoes, Black, Ropes, New and Old, Oileans Cloth, White, Sandpaper, Jeans, Plasters, viz., Shoes, Handkerchiefs, Blistering, Shoeheels, Muslins, Subscribers-only content

    The third annual report of the Western Freedmen's Aid Commission, Cincinnati, Ohio., 1866

    gross Pens 20 1,800 Pencils 7 180 papers Needles 45 48 dozen Thimbles 48 420 dozen Buttons 45 480 dozen Hooks and Eyes 36 24 pairs Shears 14 110 dozen Spools 165 15 pounds Thread 28 Sundries for Schools, etc Subscribers-only content


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