The History of Tooting-Graveney: Surrey (Google eBook)

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E. Seale, 1897 - Tooting (London, England) - 382 pages
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Page 251 - after mentioned expressed and declared of and concerning the same. That is to say upon Trust that they my said Trustees and the survivor of them his
Page 277 - An Act for the Amendment and Better Administration of the Laws Relating to the Poor in England and Wales,
Page 284 - to be almost the only man that he sees to look after business ; and with that ease and mastery that he wonders at him. He cries out against the King's dealing so much with Goldsmiths and suffering himself to have his
Page 281 - Bolton, in cheating the poor of the city out of the collections made for the people that were burned, of 1,800, of which he can give no account, which is the greatest piece of roguery that they say was ever found in a Lord Mayor.
Page 251 - upon Trust, That they my said Trustees or the Survivor of them his Executors or administrators do and shall pay and apply the
Page 3 - and two bordars|| with one plough. There is a church ; and four acres of meadow. In the time of King Edward it was worth forty shillings ; afterwards twenty shillings ; now seventy shillings.
Page 278 - Parishes in England and Wales in such Manner and subject to such Rules, Orders, and Regulations touching such Sale, the Conveyance of such Property and the Application of the Produce arising Therefrom for the Permanent Advantage of this Parish as the Poor Law Commissioners
Page 278 - provisions of an Act passed in the 6th year of the reign of his late Majesty King William IV., entitled
Page 282 - I was dumb ; I opened not my mouth because Thou didst it ' | Psa. xxxix. 9 | ' The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be | the name of the Lord
Page 291 - that they were unanimously of opinion that the information was erroneous in many particulars, which they severally specified, and that Mr. Alderman Plumbe, by neglecting to summon the livery of the Goldsmiths' Company, of which he was Prime Warden, to attend Alderman Beckford, when Lord Mayor, at a common hall, had not been guilty of any offence against his oath and duty as

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