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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 16 February 1698, 16 February 1698-16 February 1698

    Acres, and Quit-rent. Proprietors. Denominations. Acres. Quit-rent. Co. Corke. Condons and Clangibbons Barony. Dungillane, a Ploughland. 349 Ballynoughan, alias Ballygrenagan Caroone, alias Carmore, a Ploughland 208 Quit-rent by Act of Settlement. Donogh O Bryan; by Lease from Tho. Cook, for

    Index, P, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    , John, ii. g. 266 (12). Plesington , Hen., ii. App. 2. Plewa laund or Plewland , in Scotland, See Ploughland. Pleydell , Tobias, ii. g. 910 (21). Plimowth. See Plymouth. Plomme , Thos., i. g. 620 (55). Plommer. See

    Index, L - R

    alias Cutler, William Pleasington alias , 282 Pleurisy , ("Plurisey,") 181 Plott , Thomas, 43 Plough , or Draught, 76 Ploughland , A (120 acres of land being), 101 Pluckett , Agnes (also Anne), 224, 236 " , Olyver (Oliver),

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    the Proceedings in 1242 before noticed, which ',' seems to have been a general Tax of Two Shillings on every Ploughland in the Kingdom. This Grant of Twenty Shillings for each Knight's Fee is expressly a to the King, seems Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    the Police for Assistance, " When the County Book shall be framed, the Sum " to be levied on each Ploughland will be applotted by " the Treasurer according to its Value and Contents, " and specified in his Warrant Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    viz. 31. " In the Barony of Fermoy the Ploughland of Bally- " hooly contains 1,060 Acres, and paid but 4<\d. an Acre " for the same Rate that the Ploughland of Croghakerry 11 in the same Barony, containing 124 Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    Rent, and so " many at such a Rent. By this Process he ascertains " the Value of the whole Ploughland or Townland, for " our Assessments are by such Denominations ; and the " Value of every such Denomination Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    each Parish within the " Barony; and in Cases where a Parish may extend into " different Baronies, or a Ploughland or Townland into " different Parishes, the Valuation should still be paro- rt chial, but confined to the Barony Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lRoad. oS632 rDGBASTGN.-Lsarge superior Rooms Vacatt; bath, gardes.- E Moeifod Sotise, Q2, Islington Row, Five Ways. coS6 E DGBASTON loear Ploughland hrrrow).-Strierior Sitting, one E or two Bed Rooms. Very moderate.-Address, 63, Datly Post. 7_ c35 rIDGEASTON (13, Carlyle Road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a helf of the tsp. The country all round seeaed one vast sheet of water. The road heading to Ploughland was quite impassable, the water upon it being as high as three feet. Early in the day the farmers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a half of the -p The country all rounid seemed one vast sheet of isher, The road leading to Ploughland was quite zpassable, the water upon it being as high as three 't;t Early in the day thle farmers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the nountry has its admirable pliase. Now, on my left stands a. red farm, which takes in the site of Ploughland or Plowlind HIall. where at one time lived the two Wrights, confederates in the Gunpowder Plot. THE TWO CONSPIRATORS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sale as a lamb for "an old song.' It was then in poor condition, but it had the fameos " Ploughland " and " Hamilton 51 " blood in its veins, and )Mr. LDargue thought that with care there wass Subscribers-only content

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