ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Julian Skrine to several Messuage or Dwelling Houses in Downing Terrace, in the Parish of St. Andrew the Less in the Town of Cambridge.
25p., folio, held with tape at corner. Details title from 1805 to 1848.
¶ Refers to Manor of Barnwell, Mansion House called Barnwell Abbey, Rectory of Barnwell, cottages, rights of common, right of fishery etc. of Peter Lord Gwyder, Baroness Willoughby and Peter Drummond Burrell, formerly of Thomas Panton, grandfather of Baroness Willoughby.
BACON'S NEW 'HALF-INCH' CYCLING ROAD MAPS No. 12. Cambridge. Reduced by permission from the New Ordnance Survey.
Coloured map size 24" x 32", linen-backed and folding into tall thin 8vo boards, which are faded. Best cycling roads shown in red. With Index of Towns, giving population at 1901 census. Key shows dangerous roads, etc.
MORTGAGE of number 10 Downing Terrace, John Hodson to John Ulph.
2ęp. folio, small wax seal.
A NEW MAP OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE Divided into Hundreds, Exhibiting Its Roads, Rivers Parks &c.
Engraved map, size 21" x 18", plus wide margins, full wash colouring in hundreds. Parkland coloured dark green, roads in buff. Scale bar, title in a roundel, shaded in pink wash, pink border. Central fold. Small piece torn from margin just below fold, slightly affecting coloured border.
Printed for J. Cary Engraver & Mapseller, Strand, June 1808.
OBLIGATION BOND James Coxall of Guilden Morden, Carpenter, to Hale Wortham the Younger of Royston, for £200.
Printed with MS inserts, 1p., small folio, record of 6 payments on conjoint leaf. Signed by Coxall and two witnesses, small wax seal.
¶ Refers to a mortgage between Mary Sell, James Coxall and Hale Wortham.
OBLIGATION BOND of James Coxall of Guilden Morden, Carpenter, to Anne Clerke of Thorfield in Hertford spinster, for £90.
1p., sm. folio, printed with manuscript inserts, Small papered seal. Blank conjoint leaf.
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GROWING CROPS OF CORN With the straw.... to be Sold by Auction at the Chequers in Wilburton.... August the 22nd, 1854....
Poster, sm. 4to, with acreage and Cultivation of 26 plots in New Cut, Flexon Field, etc. Traces of folds, 1" tear at fold, neatly repaired on verso.
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