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  • * British History Online * *

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    West Wickham

    the parish last treated of, and from another of the same name in the country, lies within the hundred of Ruxley, about four miles from Bromley, and four from Croydon in Surrey. The principal part of the village is nearly

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, December 1745 21-31, 21 December 1745-31 December 1745

    Bill, for vesting the Manor of Rookesly , and divers Lands and Hereditaments, in the Parishes of North Cray with Ruxley, Pauls Cray , and Dartford , in the County of Kent , Part of the Real Estate of the

    Foot's Cray

    the Confessor. Situation . Boundaries, extent, & c . Soil . Land-tax . Foot's Cray lies in the hundred of Ruxley, at the distance of 12 miles from London, on the road to Maidstone. The parish is bounded by Chislehurst,

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, 01 December 1639-31 December 1639

    of the Council . Date. For what Place. Nature of Document. Reference to Document. July 12. Hundreds of Blackheath, Bromley, Ruxley, and Lessneth, Kent. Certificate of Justices of Peace of poor children bound ap-prentices and rogues punished. Vol. ccccxxv., No. Subscribers-only content

    Hayes

    . Soil . This place, called in old writings, Hese; lies in the hundred of Ruxley, twelve miles from London, and two from Bromley. The parish is bounded by Bromley on the north and east; by Keston on the south-east;

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Camberwell

    him when he conveyed Little Hatcham to Robert Burnell , and sold (as in the case of Foot's Cray in Ruxley Hundred in Kent ) to John Abel , 108 who also held a quarter of a knight's fee in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 December 1745, 23 December 1745

    for veiling Judges. the Manor of Rookefly, and divers Lands and Heredita¬ ments, in the Parifhes of North Cray with Ruxley, Pauls Cray, and Dartford, in the County of Kent, Part of the Real Eftate of the Petitioner Sir Narborough Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1765, 7 February 1765

    and fpeedy Recovery of fmall Debts, within the Hun- " dreds of Blackheath, Bromley, and Beckenham, of *' Rokeßy otherwife Ruxley, and of Little and Leffneß, " in the County of Kent;" to which they defire the Con¬ currence of Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1765, 11 February 1765

    and fpeedy Recovery of final 1 Debts " within the Hundreds of Blackheath, of Bromley, and " Beckenham, oiRokefley otherwife Ruxley, and of Little " and of Lejhefs, in the County of Kent." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1765, 12 February 1765

    fpeedy Recovery of fmall Debts within " the Hundreds of Blackheath, of Bromley and Becken- " ham, of Rokeßy otherwife Ruxley, and of Little and " Lejfnefs, in the County of Kent" Was committed; " That they had coniidered the Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1765, 14 February 1765

    and fpeedy Recovery of fmall Debts^ " within the Hundreds of Blackheath, of Bromley and *' Beckenham, of Rokeßy otherwife Ruxley, and of Little 11 and Lejfnefs, in the County of Kent" " Wadhurft, The Lord Sandys alfo reported from Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Instal- ments. 367 Vor prospectus (with Addreises on Medical Edrication, by the Arch- bishop of York, Professors Owen and Ruxley). eatry, and rull infor- ritatiors as to Prizes, &c., apply to thl, Medical Ofllicrs and Lecturers orto BRINEST ILAuIT, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wheeler and Jobbing hand. who cam make, tradesman's top.-isouthao, Coach- 'SOAHP~f~TA (bet-OaS~fWaned lals, agood Trimm&t forgwowbeledwor; cnstnt ohApply, J. a. Ruxley t'aAC~~P~N~h an bagerWaned.State age,-eneri * - -rAN~cERWeeito,1b the Worton Cannock Coal C Companuy (Limite).a comipetent Manager, holding tinst-cless cetfctto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bury-........... 00 bridge ........ . 500 Beeth Honry. REq-...0. 60 0Westlake John, Eaq., Hutton R., Req., P..0.50 0 0barriietor-at-law, late Ruxley 10,R sq., F.R.S.,2 20 Fellow of Trinity Wlol Incumbent .... 110 loge, Cambridge ....100 0 -Incuaitent, Doroet.::0 260WhIte Major....... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with sill the qualities and capapities r now ascribed to Deity would only. multiply mystery' Is infinitely, Even Mdill and Ruxley admit design. Cicero would as soon believe the Iliad of Homer was written d, by shaking letters together in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Ardsallagh. FoyT william Park, Beliast, the wife of George S. Clais , Lsq., of a 6021, CUTBILL-July 22, at Ruxley Cottage, North Cray, Rent, the I;ilo of Mr. Aithur L. Cutbill, of a daughltcr. U'GEORGE-July 22, at 11, Trevor Subscribers-only content

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