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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Epping Introduction and manors EPPING 1964

    Epping Introduction and manors EPPING Epping was an ancient parish of 5,319 a., lying about 17 miles north-east of London and adjoining Waltham Holy Cross to the east. 1 It comprised the hamlets of Epping Upland , in the

    Parishes Totteridge

    1821 and another house built on its site by John Fiott, 36 lord of the manor of Totteridge . Copped Hall COPPED HALL in this parish is perhaps identical with a capital messuage held in the 16th century by one

    Epping Economic history and local government

    Epping Economic history and local government ECONOMIC HISTORY. The three Epping manors mentioned in Domesday clearly do not account for the whole of the ancient parish, and it is suggested elsewhere that the great manor of Waltham , held

    Waltham Holy Cross Economic history and local government

    Waltham Holy Cross Economic history and local government ECONOMIC HISTORY. According to its legendary history Waltham was only a 'mean hunting lodge' before Tofig founded the shrine about 1040. 1 This is misleading. Although the town probably arose as

    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM HOLY CROSS The parish and urban district of Waltham Holy Cross is about 15 miles north-east of London . The western boundary follows the River Lea , which divides the parish from

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downegate Ward. The Erber.

    Downegate Ward. The Erber. CHAP. XIV . DOWNEGATE WARD. The Bounds. Tallow Chaundlers Hall. Skinners Hall. JESUS Commons . Innholders Hall. The Erber. The Stilyard; and the Merchants of the Haunce. Alhallows the Great . Alhallows the Less. Cold

  • * British History Online * *

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    Sugar

    Sugar Sugar. IV. 2. Letter from the Board of Green Cloth to the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen. Upon complaint made to the Board of the bardness and ill-condition of the sugar supplied to His Majesty's house, they

    General Index, C, 01 March 1625-31 January 1649

    General Index C C. C ., A., receipt by C , Peter, letter of Cackwood , Capt. Cadiz , Spain expedition against (in 1587), notes of (in 1625) fleet returning from journal of officers in or from lists of Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1536, 11-15, 11 May 1536-15 May 1536

    Henry VIII May 1536, 11-15 May 1536, 11-15 11 May. 839 . Cromwell. See Grants in May, No. 8. 11 May. R. O. 840 . Sir Henry Wiat to Cromwell. Received his letter on the 10th, and thanks him

    Henry VIII, September 1535, 26-30, 26 September 1535-30 September 1535

    Henry VIII September 1535, 26-30 September 1535, 26-30 [26 Sept.? ] R. O. 441 . Sir Thomas Audeley to Cromwell. On Friday last I sent, as commanded, Grenefeld, the King's serjeantat-arms, with a commission under the King's seal, which

    Index, C, D, E, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    Index C, D, E C. Cacheman , Will., g. 1063 (14). Caddington (Cadyngton), Herts, App. 12. Caerleon (Carlions), Monm., 510 ii.: g. 236 (1). C sis or Cesis , Paulus milius de, Cardinal, 249, 268 ("deputies"), 269 ("three cardinals").

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Playfellow. No. I. The Settlers at Home. No. II. The Prince and the Peasant. By Harriet Martineau. 2 vols. Charles Knight. Miss Martineau is here a welcome labourer in a too scantily cultivated field. Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL. IS THERE A LIBERAL PARTY? A ridiculous and humiliating spectacle has been acted before us during the past few weeks; the spectacle of a leader refusing to lead, and a party incapable of being led. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISUELLANEOUS. Sourir Av 'ST;A.m t.-Dr. Dulican, the iiiniigraltioi :ngent at Adlahfide, says ini a recent report Unit " ''tere is still t demand for sin-gle ag ricultural labolas, and a greatt dotntlal for girls as domestie servants, and that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WNDON CORRESPONDENCE I Lo-Dox, Thursday Night TE division this afternoon upon the first clause of the Licenses Bill, in which the Ministerial majority was only four, was in every sense a surprise. The Conservatives had issued a whip rve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _£itils atiß Bequests. The will aud codicil of the Right Hon. Robert Camp- bell Scarlett, Baron Abinger, of Abuiger Hall, near Dorking, Surrey, where be died on the 24th of June last, aired sixty-six, were administered to by his Subscribers-only content

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