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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 APPENDIX.

    Reparations as by you shall be allowed, to be entred into a Book with the Name of the Tenant and Tenement, whereunto you or the most Part of you shall subscribe your Names. And then commit the Oversight thereof to

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. New Buildings.

    up together, and in a sort smothered with ma ny Families of Children and Servants in one House or small Tenement; it must needs follow, if any Plague or popular Sickness should by God's Permission enter among those Multitudes, that

    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 APPENDIX.

    in the fifth Year, & c. And then ye shall write first the Name and Surname of the Tenant, the Tenement, and the Day of the Month, and then the Reparations. And thus ye shall do with the other. And

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    for a Fine, the Sum of thirteen Shillings four Pence, and not more. And for a dwelling House, called a Tenement, with the Courts, Yards, Orch ards, Easements, and Gardens thereunto belonging, the Sum of ten Shillings, and not more.

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Helens.

    . John Robinson Senior , Merchant of the Staple, by his Will gave unto his Son Arthur a Messuage or Tenement with the Appurtenances in the Parish of St. Olaves near the Tower of London , to hold to him

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or' A such 'other Lots, as may be agreed upon at the time T OT 1. All -tha't essnage or Tenement Farm and jandlsisituiatte in'-the6Parish of Llanaber, in the, ;ou~nty';, of eoneth, ' called CELFLPECRAN, (ejliljjt -at pArtr, thereof called.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the time of Sale, and subject to conditions to be then produced:- D XLOT 1. A LL that Messuage or Tenement Farm, Lands, a A and Premises called ..CAECEIRCH, and now in 1L the occupation of Mr. Robert Jones. Also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in six Parts; -ormingthree handsome sv.) volumes, embellished-with l'ortraits of Butler, Dr. Grey, William Lilly, and rc. Townnley,-iews of- Boner's Tenement, Sir Sa4uael Luke's loose, Ditier's Monument, Br. and with thirty beartiful Vignette Engravings om wood, by Messrs. Braiisson, Bylield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five families notice to quit their houses. The notice having expired, they got a warrant from the magistrates under the Tenement Act. On Monday, the 4th of January, 1841, these five families were turned into the road, and their neighbours Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    report. He suggests that, some of these days, and as soon as possible, persons shall be appointed to Inspect each Tenement before its being let or re-let, and to inspect periodically houses likely to become unwholesome. That the Inspector, if Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Harpurhey

    It was sold in 1808 -10 by William Hulton to Thomas Andrew and Robert Andrew , the former purchasing Boardman's Tenement and the latter Green Mount and other lands. Thomas Andrew 's estate, as Harpurhey Hall , descended to his

    Parishes St Giles

    but the building has been much neglected, no adequate renovation having been carried out. It is now used as a tenement, and approach to the upper rooms is by means of an external stone staircase on the north-east. The original

    Stringston Stringston 1839

    the former capital messuage, now the Alfoxton Park Hotel , reached from Holford by a long woodland drive, and Granfield's Tenement , a house on the edge of Hodder's Combe , mentioned in 1629 . 78 There were small areas

    Parishes Hinton St. George Plan of Hinton House showing its development. The outline is that of the mid 19th century.

    the street in the late 19th century. At least from the late 17th century it was known as the Home Tenement , its present name stemming from late-19th-century antiquarianism. The presence of the chapel, indicating an owner of some prominence,

    Parishes Upper Arley

    added to their estate at Arley a tenement called Silvestres, formerly belonging to John Gunny , 72 and at that date John de Hexton granted to his son William the reversion of a tenement which John atte Brok and his

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    this shape , make Banker ' s profit of his own money . Every Country Cottage e very little town Tenement - might, with this degree of profit, and with a degree of security till now unknown e , be

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Old Ballymena: a history of Ballymena during the 1798 rebellion., 1857

    part. " It conveys to these gentle¬ men, and to their heirs and assigns, " All that tho Messuage or Tenement whereon tho Rev. John Brown, the Protestant De- cenfing Minister, now dwells, situate on the south side of East-street Subscribers-only content

    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    to property which it has not been possible to enter in the Index by any better distinctive title than ' Tenement in Gorbals . ' From the operation of these various causes, the Index of Places was found very difficult Subscribers-only content

    Ireland. No. 5 Union or separation?., 1886

    720 of the Almanac for 1885 , the last published1- Summary Estimate of Irish Property, 1883 -84 . Tenement Valuation of Lands, Houses, & c, ^13,874,443 Value of Crops, 32,813,942 Value of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs, 73,284,483 Capital, & Subscribers-only content

    The housing of the poor., 1891

    bad type. In the smaller towns, which do not greatly exceed the size and condition of villages, the houses are, as might be expected, not so large as in great centres of population. Still, the tenement system is Tenement houses. Subscribers-only content

    The housing of the poor., 1891

    for promoting cleanliness and ventilation, and generally for the well- ordering of such houses. 7. Houses let in Lodgings ( Tenement houses).- The powers with regard to those houses are exactly the same as in the metropolis. 8. Nuisances.-Stringent powers Subscribers-only content


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