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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Croxden

    including a mill), 3 Alton , Madeley Holme (in Checkley ), Crakemarsh (in Uttoxeter ), and Musden, and also at Oaken (in Codsall ) in the south of the county; a grov e at Great Gate near Croxden and half

    The Sheldonian Theatre

    a peice'), the 16 masque heads under the upper galleries, the carving over the 'Front outward dores' ('great Raphaell Leaves, Oaken Leaves, Acorns and Husks at 6 s . 6 d . per ft.)'; the shields with arms over the

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    Estcote 5 (xvii cent.); Redmead (xiii cent.); Butler's lands (xv cent.); Le Wheat Close, Nightingale lane , Goodboys lane, Five Oaken , Court mead 6 (xvi cent.). Mortimer Common and other lands were inclosed in December 1804 under an Act

    Colleges Tettenhall , St Michael

    lay in Tettenhall , Autherley, Pendeford , Wergs , Compton , Perton , Trescott , Bilbr ook , Wrottesley, Wightwick, Oaken , and Codsall . 98 A few weeks later Wrottesley disposed of three of the prebends, keeping for himself

    Parishes Himbleton

    Ansells, Dunnam Grove , Harnell, Great and Little Moone Shaft, Nether Held, Fower Men's Coppice , Nynteene Lands, Alcott Wood, Oaken Vallett Coppice , Fursale Coppice , Light Grove Coppice , 15 Court Orchard , Oldberry, Wallsett, Stocking . 16

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rules and Directions for the Rebuilding

    Cases and Window Frames, The Brest Summers, and other Parts of the first Story to the Front, to use substantial Oaken Timber instead of Brick or Stone, for conveniency of Shops. And that the said Doors, Brest Summers, and Window

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upon him- self in the manner proposed. A wt'tement of what occurred at Cumberland-gate between Sir R. Wilson and Captain Oaken was in consequence drawn tp, and transmitted to the Duke of Yoek. His Royal Hllighness, on receiving it, caused Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Lethbridge, Oxford Cotesrsty-R. Maley and others, B art., & J. Browne & others, electors. electors. Bury St Edrn~esd's-H. J. Oaken and Petersfield-C. J. Hector, Esq. others, electors. Ponttefract-H. Goampertz, Esq. Bury St Ednwund's-F. K. Eagle and Poole-R. Slade and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Medicine-Dr Cusnsino presents his conmplioperts Ao Mr Paul, and begs to inform bins, that his Every Moan's Fnd has enrireay Oaken aslay both his Cores, and he hIs recosnmendcd it to several of his friends and patients, and in no Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E SSENxCE: is rontidtred by~ the uses.t emtinent of the Facoulty, th~e Medica i rets, and aill whbo have hithertor Oaken it0 as the hess prepa~ration; one triatl al)one wili prove ito great *up~t- i Jriority tb d tei bther,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weakness to Britain. (Loud oheetmt -Mr WYsE seconded the motion, and reiterated many of the topics urged by M S. Oaken, ke glanced At the church, defended the Catholic clergy, expatiated on the grievances of the country, and traced the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1807, 21 April 1807

    Curriers, Shoemakers, and othei4 " Artificers occupying the cutting of Leather," as pro- *' hibits the regrating and engrofling of Oaken Bark j" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Infirm: (Irelan Bill: Repps, &c. Enclofure, *c. Bill. Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1807, 21 April 1807

    Shoemakers, " and other Artificers occupying the Cutting of Lea- " ther," as prohibits the regrating and engroffing of " Oaken Bark." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Committee of the whole Houfe. Ordered, That the Houfe Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1807, 23 April 1807

    Acl concerning Tanners, Curriers, Shoemakers, and other Artificers occupying the cutting of Leather," as prohibits the regrating and engroiling of Oaken Bark." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs?" It was refolved the Affirmative. Hodie 3* Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1807, 25 April 1807

    Curriers, Shoemakers, and other Artificers ' " occupying the cutting of Leather, as prohibits the «f regrating and engroffing of Oaken Bark." " An Adi for permitting the Exportation of Fullers Earth, Fulling Clay, and Tobacco Pipe Clay, to any Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1807, 25 April 1807

    Curriers, Shoemakers, and other Artificers occupy- " ing the cutting of Leather, as prohibits the regrating " and engrofiing of Oaken Bark." 14. " An aft for permitting the Exportation of «( Fullers Earth, Fulling Clay, and Tobacco Pipe Clay, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LONGRIDGE, Roger.

    and Giles de la Hyde began a lawsuit against a group of local men for breaking into their close at Oaken near Wolverhampton and felling timber. Longridge attended the Stafford assizes in July 1393 as a plaintiff, claiming that James

 

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