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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    step ab- solutely necessary. THE LAWN and the beautiful Grounds belonging to it,,are in every way admirably-adapted for a school, Tote Terms ievi commence on Tuesday, September 18th. Boarders return on the Monday. Prospectuses can be had on application. TERMS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to other congregations it is but right to state that Horeb anniversary services were held on that day:- Morning. Evening, Tote, Blaeurhondda (Baptist) ... 55 122 187 (Congregational) 88 131 219 ,, (Calvin. Methodist) 88 140 228 ,,(Prim. Methodist) No Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SQ s't'eat's e ictimt bPo staiL ct-nf lctl', kent- )- iiI tiliCti ti ire, fi oin 2GO11 to 3101. in Tote itl lttIt ior i clicwi.' A schitili lad Ini- 'itorly been, ent'lhiatisl t; irre eItnot o"t Ili Devosihirtt, cl& Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 ,~~~~~~~v~ PROVINCIt . I, ARENG l' '/.-' , a n ...o em- ", I:C Ae' t y ."^tl tn Fri'day se'night C4ourt s teM orstbe Bg ps wieth cakfledtyFseveral :respectable B ortmen 'rbt,^1fir ti.ndla I imposcf~tban~klng po~tenWVard~e for% Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I R; P UOLSE J F LORD-.. Tke~MarMirMch, Mark 25$ Tble oQakslirs of LApsm7i;wtth nrmni-d, a Pretitiroo froro s Prcopor:v T ' I: x - - tt the Upper Honwe ir iaiit, t nt2; tI,,ll' t It lt Lors Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Repairing the Roads from Stevenidge, in the County of Hertford, to Biggleswade in the County of Bedford., 1 August 1719

    m «i« 5? c»? « §s& S2 «H 3«M 5 m j/ACT /or I^/wrag rk Rew-fr /raw Ste- zvenidge, /// fk Ctew/y 0/ Hertford w Big> glefwade, iw ^*% Cew/tfy*/ Bedford. met*ea£ the Highway or Road between 5ivuz?»w^* in Subscribers-only content

    The Case of Mr. Jeronimy Clifford, Merchant and Planter of Surinam., 1 August 1719

    *l) And fvtr. G/z/J'orz/ preftimes that the abovenamed Mr- George C/i/"rW may be the Man that was Privy to the Payment ofthe aforementioned Sums of loooooand 80000 Guilders And chat !'"z7/Z^z» 2"7z»/W_yz/, and ylFzitzkip Prior, Efqs < may know Subscribers-only content

    7 January 1691, 7 January 1692

    Woodman and others are Defendants* Upon hearing Counfel this Day, at the Bar, upon the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Tote Gentleman, from a Decree made by the Lords Commiffioners of the Great Seal of England, the Four and Twentieth Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1809, 18 April 1809

    Eldon, Cancella- rius. Report on Ld. Clarina's of Peersfor Ireland: Report dif. agreed to. Ld. Bulke- ley's Petition claiming to Tote at Elec¬ tions of Peers for Ireland, referred to Committee. Blackwood's The Lord Walßngham reported from the Lords Com¬ Subscribers-only content

    22 July 1811, 22 July 1811

    Writ of Oakley agaiail Ofe- laad, inEnor. Harrifon & Bonner againft Grote it at. Report on E. Gosford's Claim to Tote at Elections of Peers for Ireland: After hearing Counfel, in Part, in the Caufe wherein Matthew Harrifon and Thomas Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bailiffs and mayors

    1318 Arnold de Mounteny and John of Tendring 40 1320 William Clerk and Richard of Colne 41 1321 William le Tote , clerk, and Peter of Aston or le Salter 42 1324 Warin son of William and Peter of Aston

    Aldingbourne Parish Church of St Mary Aldingbourne

    village lie near the centre of the western boundary, here formed by the Aldingbourne Rife , which flows southwards past Tote Copse, a circular mound with traces of a moat, adjoining the site of the Bishop's Palace . 1 The

    Index K-Z

    , the; taxation: turnpike tolls Tomlinson : Nic., and his w. Eliz., Wm. R., fam., Tories , Torkington , Rob., Tote , Wm. le, Totham , Great, Totham , Litt le, Tovy (or Tony) , Alex., Town, W. H. ,

  • * British History Online *

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    1541 London Subsidy roll, Farringdon Ward Without

    10 Wylliam Watkynson ( £ 50) 25 Henry Byrd (100 marks) 33 4 Robart Huyc ( £ 100) 50 Anthony Tote Alyen ( £ 100) 5 Edmond Powell (500 marks) [a ] 8 6 8 Wylliam Beton ( £ 30)


    a meadow, is very fequently found in the names of places derived from the Saxon. The meaning of Tot, or Tote 2 , which I suppose to have been descriptive, is no where, I think, satisfactorily defined. It occurs in

    Henry VIII, June 1545, 6-10, 01 June 1545-30 June 1545

    he alleged that the displeasure arose through a Scot, servant to the said Tote, who was found to be no denizen and might be a spy, Tote "was advised by honest means to rid his hands of him." Matter between

    Henry VIII, June 1546, 6-10, 01 June 1546-30 June 1546

    . R. O. 2. The confession of Richard Laynam, taken 9 June, 38 Hen. VIII. He has read or seen: "Tote abowt and take good hede: At Midsomer cometh a new mone. Men shall see it doon in deade, That

    Henry VIII, Privy Purse Expences

    of the King at Totehil at shooting, 12 s . 6 d . 31st. Liveries of Anthony Pene and Bartholomew Tote, painters, 45 s . To Barnard's wife, who gave two shirts to the King, 53 s , 4 d


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