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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Isleham Charities for the poor

    them. Sir John Maynard therefore believed that he had bought that property with the Peytons' Isleham estate in 1637 -8. Maynard's tenant of the 20 a. was apparently allowed £6 yearly to cultivate the 18 a. for four remaining almspeople,

    Parishes Whittlesford Whittlesford before inclosure, c. 1810

    gables behind. Maynard demolished it in 1872 , and built a new house there, later called Ascham House. 161 After Maynard's death in 1883 four of his children sold his land to the fifth, Albert (d. 1915), whose son R.

    Hornsey , including Highgate Growth before the mid 19th century

    tenants of the manor of Hornsey , including such important local families as the atte Felds, atte Fryths, Mayhews, and Maynards , 74 some of whose names were given to roads. Former tenements were already divided, in at least some

    Isleham Economic history

    years' rent as a relief, the copyholders' right to entail their land was questioned. In the mid 17th century the Maynards , having recently bought the manors, investigated those holdings' obligations, even including the obsolete liability to suit of mill.

    Tottenham Economic history

    9 In the south industry occupied a more constricted area of former waste ground between Vale and Eade roads, where Maynard's, the confectioners, moved from Stamford Hill in 1906 . 10 In the north-west the Standard Bottle Co . started

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the samne stairs; and 'Thomas Coornbes ond Thomas Goodrum, both plying at Vauxball bridge. The merits and performances of the Maynards are well known; the whole family, almost for half a century, have been first- rate wagermen, and the prowess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the restoration of Charles II., or for the return of the Pretender. From fashion- able Portugal Row the Waldegraves, Maynards, Mordiants, and Davenants, and many other noble and ! noted families, probably sent across the way for refresh- ments. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .... 1,428 13 Luisa ...................... . 04 NEW ZEALAND. Feb. 21 Derwentwater ...................... 1,506 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Mar. 12 Maynards ...................... 975 14 Sarah Black ...................... 991 Tm 22 Poictiers ......... ........ .... 14 Tle following arrivals, made up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e viii show 'well 'when compared 'with that of proviotne yearn. There are only t'wo venacls loading for London, the Maynards end the (lronrh Brotherc, anid in conseeuencc of there being vory~little wool left on heand for thc London market. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bills, 3s. 03d. per tael. On Saturday the premium on gold advanced from 218.80 per cent. to 223.50 per cent. Maynards Liamited is the title of a new c nipany formed to acquire fifty-one wholesale and retail con- fectionery busiees Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    An appeal to the nation, 1812

    people in possession, a painful reflection arises.-Had it entered into the imagination oi the Hampdehs, the Ttebys, the Someis's, the Maynards , and their compatriots, that, if they struck not out at one heat the whole of the radical reform Subscribers-only content

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