A History of Newton Chapelry in the Ancient Parish of Manchester; Including Sketches of the Townships of Newton and Kirkmanshulme, Failsworth, and Bradford, But Exclusive of the Townships of Droylsden and Moston Volume 53

A History of Newton Chapelry in the Ancient Parish of Manchester; Including Sketches of the Townships of Newton and Kirkmanshulme, Failsworth, and Bradford, But Exclusive of the Townships of Droylsden and Moston Volume 53

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...and continued encroachments ordered to lay open. sub pena XXXV.f., xxxs., and xxxvs. John Thorpe and George Heape were ordered to surcease putting chattles unto Newton Commone, sub pena xxs. each. Hugh Bordman was ordered to surcease putting any more then foure kine, both yonge and ould, and one hogge unto Newton Heath or any waste ground hereunto belonging, sub pena every month vjs. viij1i'., but hath not att all ceased to surcharge the Common and he owes five marks; Order to surcease sub pena every month vjs. viijd. John Thorpe and Geo. Heape were ordered to repair a dawb hole which they had made beneath the smithy, tending to the hurting of the highways, sub pena vjs. viij11'., but have not; Order to repair before midsommer next sub pena 10$. John Bowker was ordered to lay open encroachments unto Newton Heath sub pena xija/., but hath not; Order to lay open before May I next, .sub pena ls. 6d. A Deansgate item follows. James Andrew hath encroached on Newton Heath for which we amersey him in ijd., and order him to lay open betwixt this and May I next, sub pena 6d. Edmund Buckley and Geo. Beardsell have surcharged the Common; the Jury amersey either of them in xijd., and order them to surcease, sub pena both 6s. 81: /. Nicholas Barlow hath made encroachments, they amersey him in 6d.; order to lay open betwixt this and May 1 next, sub pena xijd. Richd. Bradshaw alias Chaterton, inserted, doth put his horses to pasture on Newton Heath, they amersey him in xija'.; order to surcease putting any chattles unto Newton Heath, sub pena 6s. 80'. Richard Marshall doth let some part of his housing upon the College land go to decay, they amersey him in 2s.; order to repair betwixt this and May day next, sub pena 10s. Roger...show more

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  • Paperback | 62 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236911938
  • 9781236911933