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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Miscellaneous papers about Oxfordshire parishes b 40-41 Terriers , 17th century c 35-44 Archdeacon's articles of enquiry, 1837-68 c 46-115 Churchwardens' presentments, 1730-1844 c 118 Deposit ions in ecclesiastical court, 1616-20 c 141-2 Terriers c 153 Archdeacon's visitation book, 1792-1802

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    parishes b 40-41 Terriers , 17th century c 2-27 Liber actorum of archdeacon's court, 1566-1761 c 35-44 Archdeacon's articles of enquiry, 1837-68 c 46-115 Churchwardens' presentments, 1730-1844 c 118 Depositions in ecclesiastical courts, 1616-20 c 141-2 Terriers c 153 Archdeacon's

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    faculties, 1737-1827 c 441 Return of places of worship, 1810 c 446 Papers about Queen Anne 's Bounty c 448-9 Terriers , early 19th century c 454-6 Faculty papers, c . 1660-1850 c 643-7 Certificates of dissenting meeting houses, 1731-1852

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    of places of worship, 1810 c 443 Modern papers c 446 Papers relating to Queen Anne 's Bounty c 448-9 Terriers , early 19th century c 454-6 Faculty papers, c . 1660-1850 c 495-6 Transcript of Britwell Salome and Britwell

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    of schools, 1815 c 434-6 Register of faculties, 1737-41 c 446 Papers relating to Queen Anne 's Bounty c 448-9 Terriers , early 19 th century c 474-641 Transcripts of parish registers c 643-7 Certificates of dissenting meeting-houses, 1731-1852 c

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only one sheep dog, Mr Appleby's " Yep," " all the way from Tartary." Terriers (black and tan) are in abundance-Scotch terriers, and all other terriers. Bulls, spaniels, greyhounds, "the little dogs and all,-Tray, Blanch, and Sweetheart, see they bark Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to) LET-I~INS, PUBtIO-HOUSES, &D. POR3).To~t. aFree Full-licensed RousS, in vood Dost- P ~on, The Rven,-Applyon the premises; or to Manager, .. * ssg~Y.-ToLet, Itimmediate posseosson. an zxttraotive Pull. .1. lcuised otel fre, lvi the above farshionable Watering Place. Ap Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bed'lington Terriers........... 18 ... 22 ..20 a of Irish Terriers .. .... 1....... . I 6 ..13 c 'he Airedale or Waterside Terrie~t ... . 1 ...I 8 I na Aberdeen Terriers*' .......0:.... - .. M Od Wir-lhaired Terriers .:...... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    haiered terriers 20, black-and-tan teresFlre)'4i ml le dittolO, black-and-tan terriere with uncut ears 5, Skye Wi ey,. terrieiss17, Dandie Dinoulats 17, Beillington terriers 20,u lfet, Irish. terriers 13,; 'Aireda~e or 'Waterside, terriers. 8, A~ir ndwire-haired teorts" 25, `Scotch terriers (hard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PIGEONS, and RABBITS ; paso SPORT- q [es P. lG'and other DOGS, including Pedigree Grayhounds, Pegs, .15 buekhouudg, Pointers, Setters, Terriers, and Fancy Dogs, by Aus- in- tien TUESDAY WE XT, June 17, Entrance Fees: Poultry, Io. per pen; Dogs, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Statutes (not included by Baldock & Lisieux), Visitation by Bishop Gibson, 1724

    to their places? Are there terriers taken of all y e estates of y e Petty Canons; are such terriers after examination annexed to y e leases when renewed? Are y e leases and terriers annexed duly registered? Do they

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 24 September 1647, 24 September 1647-24 September 1647

    Hands, or in the Hands of others for them, any Counterparts of Leases, Ancient Surveys, Copies of Court Rolls, Rentalls, Terriers, or other Deeds, Records, or Writings, which concern only any of the Manors or Premises so already purchased, or

    Index, Subjects

    Schedule of livings, 375 Present at Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 447, 449, 456, 457 lease-book to be kept, 306 terriers of their estates to be preserved, 305 receive each twenty shillings on first residence of Canon, 402 their hall,

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1893-4

    fragmentary documents. 166 parcels of Title Deeds, Abstracts, Copies, Drafts & c. 6 Maps and Plans, unconnected with deeds. 8 Terriers, Rentals or Schedules of Corporation Property, for the most part comprised in the books. I have examined the Charters

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1711-21

    5 F," in writing of apparently the commencement of the 19th century. The contents are Minutes of Council, Churchwardens' Accounts, Terriers, Admissions of Freemen, and Miscellanea. The first few pages are in the neat, clerkly handwriting of Town Clerk Michael

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    books in their custody, 130 a b. TempZars. See KnigAts, p. 610. Tewringe, Herts, survey and rental of, 188 b. Terriers of church lands, 390 a. See also the several Dioceses, in the alphabetical arrangement of Records. Test rolls. See Subscribers-only content

    Index to the Fifteen volume of Reports of the House of Commons, 1800, 27 June 1798

    books in their custody, 130 a b. TempZars. See KnigAZs, p. 610. Tenringe, Herts, survey and rental of, 188 b. Terriers of church lands, 390 a. See also the several Dioceses, in the alphabetical arrangement of Records. TesZ Rolls. See Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    extant of Archbishops Sewell and Ludham, the two who followed Walter Gray. These Registers have Indexes to them. Also the Terriers of the several Parishes within the Diocese of York, which have been exhibited from time to time, when the Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    are Indexes to the Registers of the several Archbishops, also to the Wills of the Clergy and Laity, to the Terriers, and the Books of Institu- tions, &c. but to nothing else, nor does it appear neces- sary to have Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    King Edward the Sixth, of the Grammar School in the city of Bath, within this diocese. There are also original Terriers and Presentations to Ecclesiastical Benefices, and Wills and Bonds on grant- ing Letters of Administration, from the year 1660 Subscribers-only content

 

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