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  • * British History Online *

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    Little Ilford

    to the south of the great road. The parish is bounded on the west, south, and north, by Eastham and Wanstead; and on the east by the river Rodon, which separates it from Barking. It contains about 670 acres of

    East Indies, June 1624, 03 June 1624-30 June 1624

    would not be granted, himself with the committees that have usually assist ed in this business attended his Majesty at Wanstead where they were required to make payment of those monies required by his Majesty, whereto Mr. Governor replied that

    The King's Book of Payments, 1509, 01 April 1509-31 December 1509

    year's annuity, 60 s . Total of five weeks, 9,136 l . 11 s . 5 d . 9th, at Wanstead. Notaries of Scotland for instrument of the King's oath, 20 s . Messengers, from the Council to Lincoln and

    Spain, August 1506, 01 August 1506-31 August 1506

    the King of France be willing to accept his proposals, he must accompany the French ambassadors to Flanders and Gueldres. Wanstead, 12th August 1506. French. pp. 10 of print . Lettres du Roy Louis XII., vol. I. p . 78.

    Venice, September 1609, 21-30, 21 September 1609-30 September 1609

    expected with the despatches of the 4th. I learned that the King had gone hunting and was to sleep at Wanstead. I set out for that place and sent my secretary on ahead to inform the Duke of Lennox that

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    VALENTINE FULLER, Theft, 17/04/1776

    Hargrave , March the 4th . EDWARD HARGRAVE sworn. I am a farmer , and live at Wanstead : I lost two hogs on the morning of the second of March, I saw them over night in a coop; I

    JAMES MORRIS, Theft, 18/09/1802

    widow .(The case was opened by Mr. Knowlys.) ELIZABETH SHADRACH sworn. - Q. You take in washing, and live at Wanstead in Essex? - A. Yes; I am a widow; I lost the articles mentioned in the indictment: On Wednesday

    Ordinary's Account, 27/04/1752

    Circumstances to give him any Education. At the Age of 12 Years he was bound Apprentice to a Butcher at Wanstead , whom he served seven Years, he says, and afterwards lived Journeyman with the same Master. From thence he

    Ordinary's Account, 02/07/1739

    Speed he was able into the Town, and disappointed them. Then they mounted again, and made towards the Backside of Wanstead , where they overtook another Coach which they determined to rob, but were prevented by some Butchers, who were

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