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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Felmersham with Radwell

    1706 (Recov. R. Trin. 5 Anne ). There seems to be no reasonable doubt that the manor acquired by the Leaches at this period was that of the Goddards . Recov. R. Hil . 23 & 24 Chas. II. Blaydes,


    In 1918 D. P. Haig sold the property, then called Newton Hall farm, to William Leach , 52 and the Leaches have since retained it. Hall Farm is a large plain 19th-century farm-house. Another part of the estate, comprising a

    Parishes Tintinhull

    since the time of inclos ure. There were three farms of just over 100 a. each, including Perren's Hill and Leaches , four between 50 a. and 90 a., including Broad Leaze . 144 Eleven men were described as farmers

    The borough of Devizes Town, castle and estates Devizes boundary extensions Devizes street plan, 1973

    Mrs. I. M. Durand bought it in 19 61 . 721 The irregularly-shaped stone mansion owes much to the two Leaches . Valentine replaced the southern windmill tower by a massive circular one, the principal part of his new residence.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spective nations ; rand at one o'clock the Park and Tower guns fired royal salutes; the usual exhibition of mail- Leaches took place ; and at night his Majesty gave a ball at Brighlton. T'lhe Mansion-bouse was not illurinated Lad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L~eigh, General Fielden, General Newde- gate, Captain MocCalmont Captain eooper, Captain Lowe; Messrs. 1B:. Petre. boune (Lord Leigh's agent), Seanger Leaches, Lant, T. Rose, H]atlherall, J. Hineks, A. .Jepson, Ansor Yeld, Foster Uniter, Emmons, &o. t There was also a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    application simply in order that, by publicity being given to the case, other manufacturers might be put on Their guard. Leaches were known swindlers all through the country. A person in Court added that only a short time ago an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    84. 010 Cobnuto, pea lb. bs. 6 o 010 Melons, each .... Os.d, 1 0 Utrawserrlex, pr qt Oneld. -- Leaches, per dos. . Od. 4 0 aspberrles, per qt O. 01. -- Ap5icots, per dos. Os. Od.-- Museatlos, per Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 1 0 GInobatus, pr lb. 0. 0d. I a Melons, each ..... . -Od.-- rawberries, Vr qt tod. -_ Leaches, per doe Is. O d. - _ Raspberrtas,perqt Os d. - Aprlsots, per doz. Om. Gd. - Musatel, per Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical Collections, Speeches in the Long Parliament

    they have marked and sealed us from Head to Foot, they will not abate us a Pin: These are the Leaches that have sucked the Common-Wealth so hard, that it is almost become hectical. 4 Mr. Waller, Of Ship Money,

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