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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 APPENDIX.

    the Sick, Flax for the Sheets, and weaving of the same, Soltwich Cloth for Winding-Sheets, Bolls, Brooms , Baskets, Incense, Juniper , Ashes to buck their Cloaths; and also Money given to the Poor at their Departure, which is measured

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    the Sick, Flax for Shirts, and Weaving of the same, Cloth for Winding Sheets, Bowls , Brooms , Baskets, Incense, Juniper Ashes to buck their Cloaths. Also, Mony given to them at their Departure; which is measured according to their

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milton

    character of the property changed. 37 Tyrrell. Argent two cheverons azure in a border engrailed gules . In 1570 William Juniper died possessed of an estate known as the manor of MILTON or COPED HALL , which he held of

    Painswick Economic history

    part of it was a golf-course. Other areas of common were Scott's Quarr hill (55 a.), south-west of Edge , Juniper hill (25 a.), part of Wickridge hill, which the lord attempted to claim entirely as waste in the early

    Parishes Cottisford

    House ) were recorded. 17 In the 19th century the comparatively new hamlet in the north-west of the parish at Juniper Hill developed, and Cottisford itself spread up the hill to the east. 18 The village school was built there

    Parishes Amesbury

    ct. bk. 1581-2 , view 3 Mar. 23 Eliz. I. Ibid. 283/8, ct. Mar. 13 Jas. I. Ibid. 283/137, deed, Juniper to Shepherd, 1664; 283/138, deeds, Beckington to Tildsley, 1654; Beckington to Salmon, 1662; 283/139, deed, Shepherd to Hayward ,

    Index A-Z

    W. H., vicar of Bradford on Avon , 234 Joyce : Caroline, 228 Maria, 228 Thos., 228-9, 231 fam., 229 Juniper : Vincent , 74 Wm. (d. 1569), 32, 34, 74 Wm. (fl. 1594), 32. 34 Jupe , Chas., 96-7

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lisa ti lire Imcli ed by oaks ; tdei ./ merirca it Border t e It tinga ar Sect, tile Juniper Lawvn: tile Pavilion Plvtor GCeaen thle l uinsi0 Bridmre ; the Fotntatins ; tite Crfitto; tnie Areadian l !ctile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA OTuSE, ST Nsi.Di-Tr MATHEWS AT HOME Daster Morodry. ThrUrsday and Saturday, with an eiitirely new Enteitainment, entitled The 110MX 01RCUiT; or London Gleanings. Part I. A ilonropologiie, to introduce the DEAD ALIVE, entitled I AflEW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLI S-H 'OPERA- HOIJSE- StT-AAN hIn conaequence of applications at- the Boe Ofice, and of umerous Letters' addressed to the Theatre, requesting a Revival of some of the-most popular Ensertainm rnertsoaf former 9easoe ts, Mr MAIHV3wS is induced to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SURREY THEATIRE.-For the BENEFIT Of Mr RAYNER.- TOMORROW, HAMLET; Hamlet, Mr Etliston. A great variety of Songs, by Mrs Fitzwvilliam, Mr Rayner, and Mr Vale. After which, LOVE and LAUREL; Kester, Mr llayuer; Peter Punzle, Mr Vale. To which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FIhANKS and CO.'s PATENT BEAVER HATS.- Hate, being xaanufacturei of tthe most choice materials, are more durable,* light, and lasting in thei* colour tharn anly hitherto iuvented: they are made - waterpiroof by a process of stiffening with elastic Subscribers-only content

 

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