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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Beaulieu Index Map to the Liberty of Beaulieu

    The liberty of Beaulieu BEAULIEU LIBERTY Bellus Locus Regis (xiii cent.); Bewley (xvi cent.); Beaulie (xvii cent.). The parish of Beaulieu contains 9,914 acres, which include 2,974 acres of arable land, 2,345 acres of permanent grass and 2,699 acres

    Waterbeach Manors and other estates

    Waterbeach Manors and other estates Manors and other estates . Of the two principal manors one derived from 1 1/2; hides, of which half was in 1066 possessed by Blacwine, sheriff of Cambridgeshire , the rest by four king's

    The liberty of Dibden Index Map to the Liberty of Dibden

    The liberty of Dibden DIBDEN LIBERTY Depedene (xi cent.); Dupeden (xiv cent.); Debden (xvi cent.). At the Great Survey and throughout the middle ages Dibden was included in Redbridge Hundred. 1 In 1831 the liberty consisted only of the

    Waterbeach Introduction Waterbeach c. 1810

    Waterbeach Introduction WATERBEACH THE extensive parish of Waterbeach , 92 in which the village stands c . 8 km. (5 miles) north-northeast of Cambridge , stretches for almost 8 km. along the west bank of the river Cam .

    Waterbeach Economic history

    Waterbeach Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY In 1086 the vill had the relatively low assessment in proportion to its area of 6 hides, of which half belonged to the two demesnes. They had, however, only two ploughteams between them. One

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Minutes, February 1718, 4-28, 04 February 1718-28 February 1718

    Treasury Minutes February 1718, 4 28 February 1718, 4 28 Feb. 4. Treasury Chambers, Whitehall. Minutes. Present: Lord Torrington, Mr. Baillie, Mr. Micklethwaite. Mr. Lowther to pay the charge of revoking Mr. Mercer's patent as Clerk Engrosser of the

    Entry Book, April 1695, 1-10, 01 April 1695-10 April 1695

    Entry Book April 1695, 1 10 April 1695, 1 10 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. April 1. Money warrant for 75 l. to William Wekett, Keeper of the Treasurer's Chambers, for 1695, Lady day quarter, on

    Warrants etc, March 1701, 16-31, 17 March 1701-31 March 1701

    Warrants etc March 1701, 16-31 March 1701, 16-31 March 17. The Treasury Lords to the Lords Justices of Ireland to report on the enclosed petition [missing ] of Edward Cocker for aid against the Earl of Anglesea for recovery

    Warrant Books, August 1709, 21-31, 21 August 1709-31 August 1709

    Warrant Books August 1709, 21 31 August 1709, 21 31 Aug. 22. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Customs Commissioners to employ John Reeves as waiter and searcher in Newhaven port and riding officer for the wool business there

    Index of persons and Places, D

    Index of persons and Places D D. Daberhams alias Rookesnest, co. Surrey, messuage or tenement lease of, to the Earl of Jersey, 232. Dagley , Anthony, Groom of the Great Chamber, 401. Dagos , , Captain, on Civil List,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | - ~j~ritn ura.q. __I AL-FRETON -AGRICUL'TUILAL SHOW. The Alfreton Agric ultural Society held its th~rty- nintit annual show in Alfreton Park on Wednesday and the mem'boer ratsy be congratulated on the general excellence of every department. The society Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPO) TING. y HUN.TNG APPOINTMENTS. e STAGc EEOUNSxa. a Her Majesty's, Tuesday, Burnham Beeches; Friday, New Lodge-at 11. P Ckeltenhaam, Tuesday, Colesbourno Inn; Friday, the a Beech Tree-at half-past 11. Baron Rothschild's, Thursday, Rowsham-at l1. Hom. F. Petre's, Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TT 'bli 6l ARMONIUMS?CRAMER, I3EALE, and Q LI Ce. have a large aecurtuient; and are the agents for tile "New Model Fiarmonltiin." The prices vary from IOta 85 golneu. -201, Regent-street. to I- p LA IDSI?I?S for the AUTUMN, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I lt/lR. HAY S, Srgeon-Dentist (laeb of MaY's.3 Rbliidinige nad Bedlord square) can noW only be CON- SUiLTEI at 42, ST. MiARTIN'S.LANil, where he contfnnea to s upply AETIF1(~IAL TEETHl ofthfe/ beat possible construction, aud p ferforms alt operations Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B{ EDDOME'S PILLS for Indisgestion, Healrtburn,| IHeadasche, Acidity, and all B~ilOUs and Liver Dlsszders.-Sold, i. Id. a box, by Edwards, 67, 6t. Paul's Churchyard; Masn lohn- stone, 68, CornbUI-l or send Sc heads tad addreso to Mr. B., Osnonbary-park, Subscribers-only content

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