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  • * British History Online *

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    Book 2, 1683

    & Carpentar de London pon se Apprentic dcto Patri suo pro 7 annis a dat. Johes. Russell filius Johis. de Longlane Fishmonger pon se Apprentic Henrico Peirson CC pro 7 annis. Thom. Aynsworth filius Johis. de Plesington in Com Lancaster

    Book 1, 1657

    of Thomas Solars of Glasbery in the County of Brecknock gent hath put himselfe appntice to John wright thelder of Longlane for seaven yeares from the day of the date hereof. 101 Thomas Grave the son of Robert Grave late

    The Chronicle of the Grey Friars, Edward VI

    the xxviij. day of the same monythe was a woman delyveryd of ij. chelderne at Bodyly a smyth at the Longlane ende in Smythfelde, and whan the woman was delyveryd she desyred to se hare chelderne, and the wyffe of

    The Register, Cartulary (62-125)

    Joye, brewer, and John Legat of Piryton to Geoffrey Sprotbourgh, citizen and parchment maker, of tenements with adjacent gardens in Longlane in the parish of St. Botolph. They lie between the garden of the prior and convent of St. Bartholomew,

    Henry VIII, September 1544, 26-30, 01 September 1544-30 September 1544

    ' s of Barmoundsey ; the messuage & c., called le Cocke at the northern end of Longlane and four tenements, in Longlane adjoining it, in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldergate, in tenure of Ric. Wattes, St .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 1nshi Olympic, ....... Leamineton. 4 Birmingham Claremont. 0 Redditch .......... 0 Berwick Ranger . 0 Ironbridg . ........ 2 Longlane ... 1 Rudge .............. 9Moseley United . SHROPSHIRE CUP. SnEBwSRiiRY TowN v. MARKET DRAYTO1 SWIPY - At ShrAwesbry. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. rgrsH. Aahworth, jun.1 B. avso an SnManchester. joiners. re Broughton and Barnrhy, London-atreet, Docklcead. boalbutilders. o- SurmonmandtSon,RBed Lion Inn-yard, Longlane. Smithfield, veterinary in J.d ie and Firth, Bradlford, wholeoule grocers. A. Goodfellow, Whicanton, house painters. Farnetl and King. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pimhico. Mr. Poole, opposite James-street, Covent-garden. Mr. Biokards, Unicorn-yard, Oxfordlslceet, near Regent-street Mr. Wall, I, Lamb-street, Spilallelds Mr. Weihlmas, 58, Longlane; West Smithfield. No day.schola s admitted. Re-open l th January. Established 1824. (1 ARPET, CABINET, AND UPHOLSTERY Sl) WAREROOMS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the day's sport. The hind, upon being uncarted at the back oef M\r. Mills's, made across the grounds for Longlane, and then away for Ickenham Marsh (a great portion of which was hooded by the late heavy rains), by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the whole field more or less the slip. It was a stern chase oi by Boden's Covert at Osliston, leaving Longlane village on the right, to within a few fields of Reeve's Aloor at Laougford, where all trace vanished. In Subscribers-only content

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