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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fiddington Economic history

    1,521 lb. of wool had been sold. 7 Tanners were recorded in the parish in 1638 and 1656, possibly at Inwood , where there were field names such as Tanhouse mead and Tanners plot. 8 Mills. Two mills were recorded

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Craft guilds

    Merchant Taylors. Tallow Chandlers. See Barbers, Surgeons, Wax and Tallow Chandlers. Tanners . Earliest record 1361. 194 Called Barkers later 15th cent.; Bark ers and Tanners later 16th cent.; Tanners 1550s and from early 17th cent. Pageant: Creation and Fall

    The City of Coventry Crafts and industries: Medieval industry and trade

    producers and purveyors of food were well scattered, their concentration into certain areas not becoming apparent until a later date. Tanners were the largest group engaged in the leather or fur trades, which were mostly located in Spon Street, while

    Parishes North Baddesley

    wheat, oats, and barley is raised, the greater part of the land is given over to woods and plantations. 1 Tanners Brook flows in a southerly direction through Rownhams , and a small tributary of the Itchen forms the eastern

    Parishes Chilworth

    population of 245, is situated in the New Forest division of the county, about five miles north of Southampton . Tanners Brook is the only natural waterway in the parish, and forms part of the western boundary. The land, which

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    Stolen goods} v.Accessary ' s. Brokers} Bushels .v. Measures Gaming. v. Plays [Victuallers ] Sadlers . v. Shoemaker Tanners of Leather} v. Tanners - - - } TABLE of TRADERS & c from RUFFHEAD ' S INDEX to the STATUTES.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English Stamp Duties, the Princess Charlotte's Establishient, the Beer and Spirit Licenses, the Silk Duties, the Habeas Corpus Extension, the Tanners and Curriers Rtegulationa the irish Spirit Licenses, the Mine Coals, the American Passengers, the Smug- gling Prevention, Elgin Marbles, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fairy Fountains, Firenchl mnd Eig osh Danceots. Messrs B'. I}. Payne, Hildyard, oleneo i. 'P Payne. F. Payne, Milanoa Barn's, Tanners Mudaiuse Bolcee. Coom Nmorn. Prosduced by Mr Ediward Stirling. Consoselece at Seven. No cirgo for ho~oking. The last Morning Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stet.-Bakeheusa, Shog, arid good Housie. Rent Os. se~ eekly-J. P. Sharp snd Co., 4 , Cherry Street. c3ld] n. SHPSTON.ON4.STO1JR.-To Tanners and Cvirriere.-To Let S with imuliediato possessilon, the complete and convenient Ta~nnerystae asabove: consieting of tanyard, cointailning abu inestyt'pittsa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poet. c6265 GF5T Wanted,-CenlaI m calling upon, or hanvingeonise. Atpse amongst Saw, Floor, atal Spinning Muleo, Engineers, liroweries, Foundries, Ironworks. Tanners, and ail Manufacturers, can Rea ofL First-rate Comsmission by asedreasing Steam, oars of Merosm. ilsonarid Whitwortb, Stratford, London. c6631 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    el AGEINT Wanit-I.-G-ttiemen callin.uo clvInI es,,,'in ia- .t.A mega Saw, Flonir, and Spinning Istijis En Ines Brwris 7I Foundries, Ironworks, Tanners, and all Mauufaeturrsr' eon heir. -o firnt-rate -Commission by addressing Steam, cars of a~nrs. lliBisea 7 ,oanl Whitworth. Stratford. Subscribers-only content


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