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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanway Economic history

    at Olivers and Gosbecks. Most of the parish was well farmed on a rotation of (1) fallow and dung for turnips (2) barley or oats (3) clover (4) wheat, and (5) oats, beans, or peas. Olivers , Little Olivers ,

    Stanway Manors and other estates Olivers in 1658

    west. The 'manors' of Howes , Shrubb or Shrub- house, and Kirton , recorded with Olivers in the early 16th century, 74 were freeholds of Olivers or Stanway manor. 75 Aelfflaed devised to King Ethelred an estate at 'Byraetune', probably

    Stanway Churches

    £623. 2 In 1407 there was at least 1 a. of glebe by All Saints' church, and the fields at Olivers called Great and Little Church Lay in 1658 may once have been glebe, 3 but by 1610 , and

    Langham Introduction Stanway c. 1790

    least part of Stanway was within the liberties of Colchester . 37 In the late Middle Ages ' Olivers fee', possibly Olivers manor in Stanway , was within the borough. 38 In 1086 Lexden was claimed by both Col-chester and

    Parishes Sandon

    107 From 1654 onwards the manorial rights seem to have descended with Gannock (q.v.). Olivers , known also as Hyde Hall , East End or Southall OLIVERS , known also as HYDE HALL, EAST END or SOUTHALL , was held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pYpr i'r emyn i Seneg lhag;ro-' [he God of 31 Abraham praise," a gv f-ansoddwyd gan G)ynro nI o'r enw, Olivers. it Yn nghyfarfod nos '-Veuer, cafwyd dadl ddydd- if orol ar y ewestiwni ' Is limited monaichy the n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suffered for offences similar to those of Paladini, with whom he was before connected.-A third ornament of this band of Olivers is a cashiered officer, iWho had robbed the regimental chest, and had let out his wife for hire! We Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the next three chapters Mr Gamfield the chimney-sweep, and Sowerberry the undertaker, with Oliver's mistress, Mrs Sower- berry, and Oliver's mistress's servant, Charlotte, and Noah Clay- pole, Oliver's fellow apprentice, leave equally distinct impressions of themselves :-and better than all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the government, he congratulated the hon. baronet the member for Wilts, that, w.Itout the em.: ployment of Edwardses sad Olivers, the peace of the country had been preserved. Much had been said about the appro.. priation clause, bht hon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. History of Enqland from the Peace of Utreciht. By Lord Mahon. Vols. V and VI. Murrav. These two volumes of Lord Mallon's history embrace the period between the years ].763 and 1780. They commence with the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELDRED, John (1629-1717), of Earl's Colne, Essex.

    to 1588. His grandfather, also a merchant, settled in Colchester, took out a grant of arms in 1631, and acquired Olivers manor in Stanway. His father supported Parliament during the Civil War, and held local office during the Interregnum. Eldred

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 April 1695, 17 April 1695

    Petition fhall be, and is hereby, difmiiTed this Houfe. it ^..uon The C]tY Town Clerk delivered, at the Bar (upon Olivers Pa- Oath), the Auditor's Reports concerning the City Lands' for the Years 1691 and 1692, as ordered Yeftcrday. Then Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1790, 9 June 1790

    be carried on the Outfide ot Stage Coaches, or " other Carnages, and for regulating the Conduct of " the Olivers and Guards thereof." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs?" It was refolved in the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Mr. Robert, XL 225, 648. Catlyn, Sir Nevill, X. 34. Cave, Sir Roger, X. 65. Chaplin, Mr. John, XL 242. Olivers, Mr. Henry, X. 806; XL 41, 214. Colchefter, Sir Duncomb, XL 344. Colman, Mr. William, X. 83, 300. Cook, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Jufticesof Peace of Counties, and Cities, Mayors, Bailiffs of Corporations, Sheriffs, Recorders, Town Clerks, other than foch as are now Olivers in their Majefties' Armies, and Fleet, contrary to any Ait of the 25 of King Charles II. intituled, "An Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    John Hampden, P. XXVII. 182. 5-2. Francis Clerke, P. XXVIL 267. ^3. Earl of Coventry, P. XXVII. 825. £54. Henry Olivers Vince, P. XXVII. 83*. cct, Duke of Beaufort; and to empower the Guardians to make Leafes during the Minorities Subscribers-only content


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