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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI - Volume 10, October 1550, 01 October 1550-31 October 1550

    2. Oatlands. 40. The Council to special persons in every County, directing them to enforce execution of the proclamation for reducing the high price of corn and other commodities. Oct. 2. Oatlands. 41. Minute of the above. Oct. 2. Oatlands. Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, August 1583, 01 August 1583-31 August 1583

    the use of the several companies of the City, but which by long keeping has become evil conditioned and unwholesome. Oatlands, 4 August 1583. 1 p. 24. [Moine to the Queen. ] 1583, Aug. 19. Si ma debile main et

    Charles I - volume 537, August 1637, 01 August 1637-31 August 1637

    1637 August 1637 Aug. 27. Court at Oatlands. 45. The Privy Council to the Earl of Danby, Governor of Guernsey. We send you an order containing his Majesty's pleasure for the removal of Henry Burton from the Castle of Lancaster Subscribers-only content

    Errata

    4600 read 5600. Page 126, line 15, for Clonnel read Clonmel. Page 239, No. 49, line 2, for Orlands read Oatlands. Page 251, line 2, for U. Lynch Fitzstephen read Nicholas Lynch Fitzstephen. Page 382, No. 66, line 6, for Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 535, July 1635, 01 July 1635-31 July 1635

    were made with recusants there before the granting of the said letters patent. [1 p. Copy . ] July 20. Oatlands. 89. Petition of the Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Southampton, to the King, touching a dispute with the Merchant Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Weybridge

    under the Crown. His estates were broken up at his death in 1827 (see Oatlands ). Mr. Henry Edwards Paine is now lord of the manor. OATLANDS and the former manor of HUNDULSHAM , or HUNEW ALDESHAM . In 1086

    Shermanbury

    18 it was much enlarged on the west, part being demolished in the 1970s . 19 Near the southern boundary Oatlands ( Outlands in the late 19th and early 20th century) is a substantial L -shaped timber-framed farmhouse of which

    Parishes Walton on Thames

    body of the village. Walton is now an Urban District under the Act of 1894, divided into the Hersham , Oatlands , and Walton Wards . The neighbourhood of Walton on Thames is rich in ancient remains. Two cinerary urns

    Parishes Byfleet

    manor after this time. According to Manning, Byfleet was usually let to owners of Oatlands , and in 1804 Frederick, Duke of York , then owning Oatlands , purchased Byfleet with Walton and Weybridge , by Act of Parliament. 44

    Shermanbury Manors and other estates

    owned the Grange and 511 a. in 1910 ; the purchase of Wymarks and other farms in 1890 and of Oatlands , Morley , and Green Tree farms in 1897 had enlarged the estate by c . 380 a. 36

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Acts for the River of THAMES.

    of THAMES . King's called Oatlands , now pulled down; and the Park and House that is standing, was the Seat of the late Earl of Torrington, by Lease from the Crown; his Lordship then living in one of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - fu )dd GENEDiXAETH. JOHN. -Mawrth 13fed, priodl' Mr. Edw. T. John, a The Oatlands, Grove Hill, 'iddlesbro', Iab eth AMARWOLAETHAtJ. ir ROBERTS.-Mawrtl 16eg, yn dra sydyn o'r eroUPo lar. yn dair blwydd a haner oed, ' 'Margaret Bilda,' pel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRINCESS CH1IALQTTE. (From t11De46d, Pai sr . Clcremeodt Xcv, 10. ,h 1aeueess of York arrived here Nat evelnia w fiom Oatlands Vt ViSit ot condolelice ei as dd also Viseount Castlereagh', trited this mqrning sono after ten oclock for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occurred on Saturday se'nnight, to Lady Anine Smith's groom, after setting her Ladyship down at the Duchess of York's, at Oatlands. On his re- ttrn horne a spirited animal, on which lie rode, suddenly, took fright between Weybridge and Hluddlestone, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when. she siid; that wite he cohmpelleui to live at OattInds! he vould cut hii throat. What there is at Oatlands to rendet -it a cav& t despair I kaow D; or howv far a prince who liv s with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ot itir. Ossoh iy, the Surgeon to the lousehold at Qat- hutids, who reides tit Wahlon, about a inile fromn Oatlands h1on0.e, being from home, anti the length of time it took before Sir I1IeNHY 1H1v11FOaD, and Mr. AGaaOo the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERBERT, Sir Edward (1645-98), of Oatlands, Surr.

    Edward (1645-98), of Oatlands, Surr. Constituency Dates Ludlow 23 Oct. 1685 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1671; KC [I] 1677; c.j. Tipperary [I] by 1681-3; KC 1682; c.j. Chester circuit 1683-5; solicitor-gen. to the Duchess of York 1683-5; attorney-gen. to the

    TREVOR, John (1563-1630), of Oatlands, Surr.

    (1563-1630), of Oatlands, Surr. Constituency Dates Reigate 1593 Bletchingley 1597 Reigate 1601 Bletchingley 1604 Bletchingley 1614 Bodmin 1621 East Looe 1625 Ofifces Held Sec. to Charles Howard I by 1595; surveyor of navy 1599-1611; clerk of Windsor castle and steward

    HOWARD, Charles I (c.1536-1624), of Effingham, Surr.

    Ofifces Held Gent. of privy chamber 1558; envoy to France July 1559; keeper of Oatlands park 1562; gen. of horse 1569; j.p.q. Surr. by 1573, ld. lt. musters 1579, custos rot. c.1584; chamberlain of the Household 1583-5; PC 1583-d.; ld.

    HERBERT, Arthur (c.1648-1716), of Oatlands Park, Weybridge, Surr.

    (c.1648-1716), of Oatlands Park, Weybridge, Surr. Constituency Dates Dover 1685 Plymouth 29 May 1689 Ofifces Held Lt. RN 1666, capt. 1666, v.-adm. 1678, adm. 1680-3, r.-adm. 1684-7; col. (later 15 Ft.) 1686-7; lt.-adm.-gen. (Dutch navy) Oct.-Nov. 1688; adm. of the

    UPTON, Hon. Arthur Percy (1777-1855), of The Albany, Piccadilly, Mdx.

    with the Bavarian army.[footnote] Following the death of Queen Charlotte, to whom he was an equerry, he moved regularly between Oatlands, London and Paris, where his sister and brother-in-law, the Grenvillite 5th earl of Bristol, resided from 1817 to 1822.[footnote]

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    and Sub-denomi- Mill and other Premises Clayshytane Bonnetstown and Sub-denomi¬ nations. Premises at and near Bow Bridge. Ballylonan Dubber - Oatlands A Moiety of a Rent-charge of 30/. a Year, late Currency, chargeable on Lands of Bal- lyvoura for ever Subscribers-only content

    Index to the eleventh volume of reports of the House of Commons, 12 March 1783

    tallies, ib. —for a fine, on the renewal of a lease of the Mews at Windsor, ib.—for work done at Oatlands, by his Majesty's order, ib.—of Geo. Allwood, esq. for making calcula- tions, ib.—for fences at Hampton Court park, ib.—of Subscribers-only content

    Report from the committee on accounts relating to his majesty's civil list., 15 March 1802

    Renewal of a Leafe of the 7 Mens at Wmdfor - - - - .5 Foi W01 ks done at Oatlands by his Majefty's J Order j Keeper of Recoids in the Tower, for Difburfe- ments - - - - Subscribers-only content

    Index

    tallies, ib. —for a fine, on the renewal of a lease of the Mews at Windsor, ib.—for work done at Oatlands, by His Majesty's order, ib.—of Geo. Allwood, esq. for making calcula- tions, ib.—for fences at Hampton Court Park, ib.—of Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    1, (consisting of Seven large skins of Parch- ment) marked B. being a Grant of the Flouse and Park of Oatlands, in the County of Surrey; and many others, to Queen Henrietta Maria, for life. A Wooden Box, marked C. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The scold's bridle

    (This engraving is a facsimile of the scold's bridle, which) [Scolds, Illustrations] W^^ MjoIu ^tibk. This Engraving is a fftc simile of tlu^ Scold's Ih'idlc, which? is still to be seen in the Vestry of Walton Chureh. The date? Subscribers-only content

 

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