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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durham Charities

    parish of St. Nicholas, the Town Hall and buildings, a farm known as Widehope Farm, a farm known as Hagar Leazes Farm, including a wayleave thereon, an allotment near West Auckland , a residence known as Glake Hall , producing

    Parishes St Giles

    still unbuilt upon in 1754 . 8 Bede College, for training masters for elementary schools, stands on what was Pelloe Leazes , the modern curved road following the line of the ancient hedge. Durham City : Plan of St. Mary

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    about 15 recipients in Bishop Middleham . The Pellaw's Leazes charity was founded by an indenture of 27 and 28 September 1742 , whereby 1 acre in a field called Pellaw's Leazes was conveyed in trust for the poor. The

    North Petherton Hundred North Petherton Hundred c. 1840

    by the 1760s to the division of the hundred and occasionally then called high constables. 54 Two closes, called Ward Leazes , near Petherton park, were in the later 18th century used by the bailiff to keep strays. 55 The

    Parishes Bishopton

    In 1689 John Elstob mortgaged an e state at Little Stainton , consisting of a messuage and closes called Brakedike Leazes , Long Pasture, and White Water Close. His son John, who succeeded before 1702, conveyed the land in that

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 June 1774, 1 June 1774

    fuch Man- " ner as has been ufed; and for improving the Herbage " of the faid Town Moor, Caßle Leazes, and Nuns " Moor refpeftively;" to which they defire the Con¬ currence of this Houfe. A Meffage was brought Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1774, 2 June 1774

    Moor, Cqflle Leazes, and Nuns Moor, within the Li¬ berties of the faid Town, for Two Milch Cows each, in iuch Manner as has been ufed; and for improving the Herbage of the faid Town Moor, Caflle Leazes, and Nuns Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1774, 2 June 1774

    Caftle Leazes, and Nuns Moor, " within the Liberties of the faid Town, for Two «* Milch Cows each, in fuch Manner as has been ufed; " and for improving the Herbage of the faid Town " Moor, Caftle Leazes, Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1774, 6 June 1774

    Leazes, and Nuns Moor, within the Li- <c berties of the faid Town, for Two Milch Cows each, " in fuch Manner as has been ufed ; and for improving *' the Herbage of the faid Town Moor, Caflle Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1774, 14 June 1774

    the Town of " Newcaflle upon Tyne, their full Right and Benefit to the Herbage of The Town Moor, Caßle Leazes, and cc cc fcC cc it CC cc " Nans Moor, within the Liberties of the faid Town, " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. The commercial accounts from New York state that the prospects of business this autumn are inftavourable; the season for transacting it will be unusually short, and very little has yet been done. Heretofore much activity has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and relict of Captain Thomas Graham, R.N., and was married to Sir A. Calcottin l827. On the 12th inst., at Leazes terrace, William, eldest son of the late W. Gray, Esq. aged 20. Tihis promisieg youth lost his life on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 ... Border Brand-offered. 200 ...3 Dominant-taken, 400 I. .. Graerhouse-taken and offsre 66 _I.. Restaurant-taken. 200 .. 4 ,. Leazes ParL-taken. 200 ... 1 .I Tees Bridge-offered 100 1 .. Rebert Hutton-offered 400 ... 3 _ Pay Friday-offered. 400 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aod mcdeaoserhcrsces. Wosrkmen ,.cd aothers w I do weUlio give it 6ltrial. A We'irt Fadres 271 irTo Darken GraytiaeLcy Sublphur Hair Restoeori is the Viees, est, , sari rheajct. moeeicrefe prodiices its altert in *ftew days. Leazes bettlcs, Ia.f6d. hieybx-sdt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for oneoor merergears. Seed-hand Six and Seven TOns COAL, and IRONSTON E WAGONS. They aleo SUPPLY NfElW WAGONS, en ordinary Leazes, or en SALE, by deferred Paymnents extending over Five, Seven, or Ten OlDces-Wsllincten Passage. BenctsHI.Jlrlsbm...f PILB 33temifit &r., to Subscribers-only content

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