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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 5 [Aldermen.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    that if any Disputes or Difference shall arise at such Elections between the Sheriffs touching any Matter relating to Adjournments, Poles or Scrutinies; all such Differences shall be determined by the Lord Maior: And such Orders and Directions as he

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Water-Bailiage] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Rates.]

    A Rber Poles . Alabaster, the Tun 8 Allom, the Bag 1 Annuel, the Bag 1 Ale, the Tun 4 Ale, the Barrel 1 Ashes , the Load 2 Alder Poles ,

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Crutched Friars.

    Petyr Johnson, Thomas Herryes, Henry Wyssyll, Peter Arnoldson, John Harryson, Gilbard Arnoldson, Reynolde Frederykson, William Williamson , Jamys Lambert , Poles Husman, John Baton , Peter Bell , Leonard Herrys, John Tomson , John Vansanton, Cornelys Kuysvard, John Godfrey ,

    Book 1, Chapter 15 Tower of LONDON. Lieutenant.

    have 300 Palos de Alneto, i.e. Pales, or Poles from the Alderwood, in the foresaid Forest. And it is commanded to the Sheriff of Berks , That he cause the said Poles to be felled, and to be carried unto

    Book 1, Chapter 2 Of the Ancient Town-Ditch.

    West 5940 Feet which is 360 Poles or Perches, which is a Mile, and 40 Poles . This added to the Circuit of the Wall which as aforesaid, is two Miles wanting 10 Poles , makes in the whole 3

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hefyd, Dodrefn y Ty, hardd a drudfawa, cynwysedig x o--Beniau 1-elyaui,--Ayrddau, a Ohadeijian Mabogany, a Sofas, Cbeffoneers, Pier Giasses, Window Poles a de yr Hangings, Carpets, Fenders a Heiyrn-T.n, Chests of cb Drawers, Washstands,- Dressing.Tables, Lobki'ng Glasses y Dodrefn Cegin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dolgelley, -Freehold Garden and Land, situated at Mill Lane. Same day, at the same place,-Two Lots of Timber Trees and Poles, now growing on the Brynygwin Farm, Dolgelley. On Tuesday, the 25th March, at the SHIRE HAL4f Dolgelley, Ietticg the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same place,-Two Lots of Timber Tresa and Poles, now growing on the Brynygwin Farm, Dolgelley. On Monday, March 17th, at BARMOUTH, -Household Furniture, 0 rOn Tuesday, March 18th,-Lot of Timber, Trees and Poles, at the Griffin Inn, Penrhyndeudraeth, at 2.30p~m. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dir wn On Monday, March 17th, at* BARMOUTH - Household Furniture. ar_ On Tnesday, March Isth,-Lot of Timber, Trees and Poles, yn at the Griffin Inn, Penrhyndeudratth, at 2.30 p.m. On Tuesday, the 25th Mrch, at the SHIRE HAI14 Dolgelley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    394 Oak Timber, numbered with a Scribe. 30 Oak Poles, marked with a X- 65 Ash Trees, numbered with a Scribe. 295 Larch Trees, numbered with a Scribe. 21 Larch Poles, marked wvith a X. This Lot is situate on Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Trumpington

    LA POLES manor until his death, in 1419 . His son and heir Sir Walter 116 (d. 1434) left as heir his daughter Margaret's son, Sir Edmund Ingoldisthorpe , then a minor (d. s.p.m . 1456). De la Poles ,

    Parishes Whitwell

    it followed the same descent as Gatcombe (q.v.) until the 16th century, 9 when both manors were divided between the Poles and the Ernleys. Richard Ernley in 1564 sold his moiety of the manor to Richard Worsley , Governor of

    Parishes Thundridge

    position on high ground further along the road to the south. The vicarage stands some little distance from it in Poles Lane . The main street of the village was the street parallel with the main road, now known as

    Willesden Roman catholicism

    opened the House of Our Lady 1959 at no. 182 Walm Lane, Cricklewood , as centre for pastoral work among Poles in NW. London . Chapel registered 1962. 91 The Hungarian Roman Catholic Chaplaincy of Our Lady, the administrative office

    Parishes Swallowcliffe

    farm, 343 a., from Lower Farm . All four freeholds, and farms of 27 a. and of 67 a., later Poles farm, which were part of the manor, survived in 1843 . G. G. Blandford then worked the 160-a. farm


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