AN HYMN to be sung by the Children Belonging to Saint Ann's Society Schools, on Sunday the 1st Day of November 1807. At the Parish Church of Saint Ann's, Aldersgate, After a Sermon to be Preached before the President.... and the rest of the Governors of the Institution By the Rev. Henry Draper.
Single folio sheet, printed on one side only, traces of folds, old repair with strip torn from the leaf of a book reinforcing two folds, two later repairs in blank area at edges, some creases and dust-marking, and some slight wear at folds.
Printed by J. Diggens, St. Ann's Lane, London. 1807.
¶ With a description of the society and its work in 17 lines. There were 1140 children in the two Charity Schools.
THE PARTICULARS Substantial and Extensive Range of Workshops & Stables being 11, 12 & 13, Dorset Mews West, Baker Street... proximate to a very wealthy neighbourhood... Which will be Sold by Auction... May 9th, 1851.
Single sheet, folio, printed on both sides, conditions of sale, memorandum, and docket title on verso. Folded.
¶ No. 12 comprised a large, light workshop with 'Paint and Glazing Rooms' on the first floor.
CATALOGUE of Well-Made Furniture and Effects... at Berkeley Cottage... for Sale by Auction 24th March 1949.
10pp., large 8vo... together with... A CATALOGUE OF FURNITURE removed from private residences, which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Hallett, Fox & White, September 4th, 1930. 15pp., 8vo. 2 items.
1930 and 1949.
Bourne & Edwards, Holborn Circus, Silversmiths
PEPPER MILLS of every description and Price. Revised List for the Trade Only.
8vo sheet printed on both sides, illustrating 8 pepper mills, with description and price. A few small edge tears at bottom.
¶ Includes mills of polished oak with silver bands, silver plate, cut glass and nickel etc.
Cassell, Petter and Galpin, Pub.
LONDON (Western Sheet).
Sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Lithographed, size 17" x 25", title along top, border on left. Scale 1 mile = 9¬". Traces of central fold.
London, Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill E.C. 187-.
¶ Covers Paddington Workhouse, Lords Cricket Ground, Regents Park Basin, Round Pond in Kensington Gardens. Cassell, Petter & Galpin published between 1858 and 1878, when it became Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co.
THE SHEPPERTON FARM DAIRY John T. Clark Dairy Farmer & Butterman, 111 St. John's Hill.
Customer's order book, August 1910 - August 1913. 72p, small 8vo, morocco boards with gilt cow etc., spine chipped at bottom.
¶ Orders for mill, eggs, cream etc.
PRICE LIST W.C. Tanner & Son, Manufacturers of Self-Acting Door Slides, Rubber Tubing, Draught Excluders...
8pp, 4to, illustrations. The prices have been scribbled through, with a note on title 'For illustrations only'. Some creasing, and a few small marginal tears.
ATTESTED COPY ASSIGNMENT of reversionary interest in Bank Annuities, Mr James Cotencin, Tailor, of Duke Street, St. James, to Joseph Smith of Regent Street, Mercer.
3p., folio, tied at corner with tape. Refers to the will of Mary Cotencin late of Camberwell, of 1804. Smith agrees to accept a share of the annuities in payment of goods sold to Cotencin.
QUAKER BIRTH CERTIFICATE for the birth of a son, John, to Edward Weston Phillips and Mary his wife, at Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street, in the Parish of St. Peter's Cornhill so Called.
10 printed lines on vellum, size 5" x 7", details in manuscript. Vellum spotty in margins.
AGREEMENT for a Building Lease of Ground in Bedford Street and Bedford Court, Covent Garden, The Most Noble The Duke of Bedford and her Majesty's Postmaster General.
Written in ink on vellum, 3 pages, size 18" x 12", red ruled margins. Signed Bedford with large wax seal with coat of arms, on a ground of blue silk. Attached is a coloured plan of the Site for Proposed Post Office, Bedford Street, on waxed cotton, size 14" x 8".
OBLIGATION BOND of Mary Miller, of Covent Garden, widow of John Miller, Merchant, late of Ramsbury in Wiltshire, to John Riley of Oundle, Draper, for £160.
In Latin and English, 1p., sm. folio, signed Mary Miller with good small wax seal, signed by three witnesses. Conjoint leaf with docket title.
MAP OF LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS Showing the New Railways, Stations and Other Improvements.
Fully hand-coloured plan, scale 2 inches to 1 mile. Size 30" x 46", dissected and mounted on linen, folding into yellow endpapers, size 7«" x 5", inserted in slipcase with printed paper label, label spotty.
Dyer & Robson, Ammunition Manufacturers
FLYER advertising two types of best patent shot, with prices, and delivery information.
8vo., printed on one side only... together with 8vo sheet with testimonials from 'The Field', 1878, extolling the Schultze cartridges from Dyer & Robson, at Woolwich Road.
1878 and 1880.
¶ 'I never load my own cartridges, but order from Dyer & Robson, Woolwich...'
LETTER from Donald Davidson 8, Howard Street, Strand, 23 Sept. 1811, to Stephen Phillimore at Kew Foot Lane, Richmond.
Thanks him for sending Col. Smiths draft for Mr. Cole's estate and encloses a receipt. 11 lines, 1p., 4to, conjoint leaf with address panel, feint red circular postmarks, and black stamp 'Standard 3py P.Paid'.
Gray (Sir James)
LETTER dated London 20th May 1714, signed Wm. Grahame, addressed on verso to Sir James Gray, (place illegible).
1p., 4to, 17 lines, blank conjoint leaf with address on verso. Tipped down right edge to a piece of blue paper. Says Gray can have the ledger 'when I am clear of the 100 guinee note which Mr Murray endors't...' but offers to answer any queries in the meantime. 'I desyre but justice in this affair... give your self that trouble in tyme or blame not me for the consequence of your neglect...'
¶ Sir James Gray, 1st Baronet, had been a merchant, and footman to James II.
LEASE of a room at 81 Grosvenor Street, previously used as a Counting House by Henry Earle, John Urell to Edward Gould.
Large vellum sheet, two plain wax seals.
CATALOGUE of the sale of antique and modern furniture etc. at 26 Rosecroft Avenue.
15pp, 8vo, staples rusty.
COUNTERPART LEASE of No. 6 Springwell Avenue Harlesdon.
Large vellum sheet, printed with manuscript inserts. R.P. Wright Esq. Small coloured sketch plan in text.
DEED OF ENFRANCHISEMENT of hereditaments in St. Mary Islington held of the Manor of St. John of Jerusalem, John Wainwright and others to Robert Enkel.
Three vellum sheets, size 20" x 23", coloured plan showing the land at Grove Road on the first sheet, size 13" x 8", 10 wax seals and signatures.
¶ With a brief schedule of deeds from 1845.
LEASE of premises No. 68 Queens Road Hornsey, Charles Hambridge to Mrs Mary Ann Catchpole.
Large vellum sheet, printed with manuscript inserts, small coloured sketch plan in margin.
Johnston Brothers Ltd.
THE JOHNSTON 'DOME' AND 'SUPERDOME' for heating and spraying tar and bitumen. Travels Fast, Heats Faster, Works Fastest.
Advertising leaflet for boilers, long sheet folded to make 6 4to pages, printed in red and black, four photographs, details of dimensions etc.
King's College, London
LETTER from R.W. Self(?), Principal, to an unknown correspondent regarding the Resolution of the College respecting a Memorial to Sir Robert Inglis, with remarks on his character.
King's College London, Dec. 16, 1856.
EASTERN LONDON Lithographed plan.
Size 10" x 14", trace of central fold, and two other vertical folds. Some slight browning down central fold.
London. Charles Knight 90 Fleet Street. (1878).
¶ Covers Victoria Park, West India Dock, Blackfriars Bridge. From the book on London by Charles Knight. One of three maps from this publication, the others being 'The Environs of London', and 'Western London'.
ENVIRONS OF LONDON Lithographed plan.
Size 10" x 14", trace of central fold, split 2" along central fold at bottom edge, neatly repaired on verso. Two small foxing spots.
London. Charles Knight 90 Fleet Street. (1878).
¶ Covers Richmond, Tottenham, Plumstead Marshes, Northwood. From the book on London by Charles Knight. One of three maps from this publication, the others being 'Western London', and 'Eastern London'.
WESTERN LONDON Lithographed plan.
Size 14" x 10", trace of central fold.
London. Charles Knight 90 Fleet Street. c1860.
¶ Covers Primrose Hill, Waterloo Bridge, Battersea Park, Kensington Gardens. From the book on London by Charles Knight. One of three maps from this publication, the others being 'The Environs of London', and 'Eastern London'.
PROBATE of the Will and Codicil of James Early.
Large vellum sheet with copy of will, printed Probate Certificate attached with large papered seal.
¶ Leaves his house in Layham Place, South Lambeth, to his brother.
PROBATE of the Will and Codicils of Robert Geoghegan, of Gower Street, late of Beckenham.
Two large vellum sheets, with printed administration certificate attached, large papered seal.
LONDON & MIDDLESEX Manuscripts, Maps, Engravings, Ephemera, etc.
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PARTICULARS and Conditions of Sale of Two Valuable Leasehold Dwelling Houses with Shops... Nos. 97 and 100 on the West and Most Eligible Side of the Minories... which will be sold by auction.... 8th June, 1852....
3pp., folio, folds.
MOGG'S TWENTY FOUR MILES ROUND LONDON Folding engraved map.
Circular map with London at the centre, extending to Hertford, Windsor, Ryegate, Stanford le Hope. Scale half an inch to 1 mile. Diameter of circle 20", overall size of map 24" x 22". Information about the roads in the four corners. Large title, scale bar. Fully hand-coloured. Linen-backed and folding to 6«" x 4«", inserted in card slip case, covered with marbled paper, old bookplate on side, some brown staining over the bookplate.
Published Jany. 1st. 1812 by Edward Mogg, No. 14 Little Newport St. Leicester Square.
¶ Howgego No. 235 (3). There were two previous editions.
Noton Ltd., Walthamstow
Catalogue, 31pp., 4to, yellow wraps, numerous illustrations including many in colour. Staples rusty hence some sections loose.
¶ Includes Lizard Grain Range, Taper-Shape Range, leather handbags.
BILL of C. Hall, Poulterer & Licensed Dealer in Game, 52 Albemarle St.
Small 8vo, printed heading with vignette of pheasant, made out for three (illegible) items.
Port of London
DELIVER TO Col. Campbell the following Goods, sold him by the Honble. Commissioners of Excise at their Sale on the 18th of Jany. 1822 viz....
Small folio sheet headed with three printed lines as above, details in manuscript, followed by listing of 11 Lots with price, totals. Signed by Accomptant, Receiver and Comptroller. Folds, docket title on verso, with a note 'Due to Mr. Trefusis for 4 extra Bottles Maderia at 4s per Bottle'.... together with... RECEIPT for payment to the London Dock Company for 12 weeks rent and Import Rate, 1853.
22nd March 1822 and 1853.
¶ Apart from '2«lb wax candles' the lots seem to be wine or spirits, as the measure is in gallons, but the item is referred to only as 'no 3' etc. The cost of carriage for lot 994 (35 Galls) is added.
Pratt (W.B) Ltd., Ludgate Hill
ILLUMINATED ADDRESSES Albums and Scrolls.
Advertising sheet, printed in red, folded to make 3p., small 8vo, two full-page illustrations of addresses, one in colour.
Princess's Theatre, Regent Street
PLAYBILL Double playbill, size 19" x 19", folded in half vertically, with programme printed on two sides.
Advertising programme for Wednesday March 13th, 1850. Main spectacles printed in large type-face. 9 small stab holes in margin.
Fairbrother, Printer, Covent Garden. 1850.
¶ The programme included a scene from Bellini's 'La Sonnambula', the romantic opera 'Night Dancers' by Mr Loder, a new farce 'Hot and Cold', and the ballet 'The Three Statues'.
POSTER Frank H. Fortescue presents his Gorgeous Comic Pantomime Little Bo-Peep.
On stiff card, size 12" x 8", printed in three colour. Holes at top for cord for hanging. Slight browning at extreme edges.
¶ Included 'the Real Live Tame Sheep'.
THE VOLUNTARY AFFADAVIT of Thos. Kynaston of Somerset House...
Manuscript note of four lines, on sheet of paper size 6" x 7«", whereby Kynaston affirms on oath that Jos. Roberts Esq. late Sergt. Plomber to his Majesty died on 10th April 1742. Signed Kynaston, and signed as sworn before him by J. Bromfield. Small piece of paper torn from top left corner with loss of part of a word not in the body of the affadavit which is followed by 'viz'.
South Kensington, Pimlico etc.
PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Leasehold Ground Rents and House Properties situate in Various Parts of London.... to be sold by Auction.... on 6th day of December, 1882.
8pp, folio, some tears at folds.
¶ Includes sale of houses in Paulton Sq., Chelsea, Cavendish Square, Castelnau Villas, Barnes, The Cock Tavern, Hampstead Road.
IN THE EXCHEQUER Attorney General v. William Watts. Copy Information.
Legal case against William Watts, a maltster in Southgate, who had repeatedly 'whetted his barley' without giving notice, or registering the amounts etc., in his book, contrary to the form of the Statute. Manuscript on 9 pages folio, tied with tape at top corner, folded with docket title.
¶ His premises were 'situate out of any city and out of the suburbs of any city', and he was a 'maker of Malt for home consumption and not a compounder for the duties on Malt...'. He had been a Maltster there since 1763.
Southwark Monthly Meeting
QUAKER MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE for the marriage of John Biddle, of Corbet Court, Wholesale Linen Draper, and Anna Hooper of Gloucester House in the Parish of St. Mary (so called), at the Monthly Meeting at Southwark, 15th Third Month, 1804.
On thin vellum, size 23" x 15", printed with manuscript inserts. Signatures of 75 witnesses. Ink of handwritten entries faded.
St George Parish
ASSIGNMENT and Release of messuages in Grove Place, Artichoke Hill, Pennington Place, Andrew Burt of Stoke Newington, Maria Fladgate of Queen Square, Thomas Pellatt of Ironmongers Hall.
7 large vellum sheets, four wax seals. Includes half page schedule of property with details of lessees etc.
¶ Includes the Artichoke Public House.
BILL of J.W. Elliott, Silk-Dyer & Scourer, 101 Jermyn Street, India and other Shawls cleaned & dyed, Chintz Furniture Cleaned & Glazed...
Decoratively printed heading, paper size 4«" x 8", made out to Mr Preade for cleaning and glazing two couches.
St. John's Wood
LEASE of house and premises on the north side of Belsize Road, the fifth House westwards of Albion Road, J. Standen, to John Morgan and John Henry Morgan, plasterers.
Three large vellum sheets, wax seals. In the margin of the first sheet is an elevation of the three-storey house, and a plan, showing adjoining owners.
¶ The Morgans had recently built the house.
PETER DOLLOND, OPTICIAN
St. Martin in the Fields
OBLIGATION BOND binding John Bridge of Johnsons Court in St. Martin in the Fields, Coffeeman, to Peter Dollond of the Strand, Optician, in the sum of £200.
In manuscript, 1p, sm. folio, blank conjoint leaf, small papered seal. Folds. Tears in part of blank conjoint leaf, just under docket title, with some loss of paper.
St. Martin in the Field
MEMORIAL to be registered of an indenture.... John Croombes, Bright Smith, and others to John Paragreen.
Vellum size 14" x 12". Not signed. Refers to an indenture of 1798, and relates to a messuage in Castle Street, Leicester Square, in the possession of John Paragreen and used as a Public House called The George.
LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND ITS SUBURBS Scale 6" to 1 mile.
Steel engraved plan. Comprises sheets 6 and 7 and the two sheets to the south, covers Leighton Road, Mildmay Road in the north, Shadwell New Basin in the east, Lambeth Bridge in the south, St. John's Episcopal Chapel in the west. Overall size 25" x 31", plus margins. Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into rubbed marbled endpapers, size 9" x 7". Tear in linen between the two top left sections, some small edge tears in linen at margins where folds meet, a couple of small holes in linen where folds meet. Parks and water features hand-coloured. Small ink splash near St. Paul's Pier, not obscuring text, six central areas outlined in colour and lettered with a capital letter in red, three areas have been colour washed in pink, yellow and buff.
Published by Edward Stanford, February 15th 1877.
¶ Presumably this is the 'School Board Map'.
LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON and Its Suburbs.
Partly hand-coloured map, in four sheets, scale six inches to one mile. Each sheet size 38" x 33", folding into blue decorative paper endpapers, size approx. 10" x 7«", each with key map on the front. Key and Explanation also pasted to the back endpaper of two of the maps. Boundaries of Postal Districts coloured in a thin red line, Town Delivery Limits in green. Water features, main roads, woodland, parkland, cemeteries and stations hand-coloured. Capital letters in red indicate postal districts. Large title along top, wide piano key border, scale and Explanation along bottom, with Stanford, Charing Cross imprint. A few very light foxing spots at a couple of places in margins, an area south of Crystal Palace has some small indentation marks in the surface of the paper, mainly in a blank area of fields, and there are a few similar indentations south of Regent's Park, otherwise a sound clean copy with no wear in the linen between folds.
Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross. No date, but after 1862 and before 1872.
¶ Extends in the North East to the edge of Epping Forest and Forest Farm, in the South East to 'Beckenham June Station' and 'Bromley Hill House', and the South West to Christ Church, Wimbledon, and Morden Station, and in the North West to Kingsbury Reservoir. This edition does not show the Midland Railway line through Shoot Up Hill, Cricklewood, with the station at West End, which is on the 1872 map. This line was opened in 1868. On the other hand, for example, it shows housing built along Griffiths Road, Merton, which the 1862 map does not. This would put the date at around 1867.
BILL of Edward Corn, 385 Strand, Boot Maker To Their Royal Highnesses the Dukes of Sussex and Cambridge.
Size 7" x 8", fine large engraved heading taking up most of the paper, showing royal coats of arms with lion, unicorn, flags etc. Made out for 2 pairs of top boots and 2 pairs of dress shoes. Small receipt attached, signed by corn.
CERTIFICATE OF ADMINISTRATION and probate copy of the will of John Flint of Queens Park Gardens.
Printed certificate with manuscript inserts, probate copy of will on vellum attached, large papered seal.
BILL of George and Thomas Cook made out to Doctor Wynn for 18 items.
In a neat hand on one side 4to, May 20th 1811 to March 1812.
¶ 'A Suit Thickset Livery as usual... Servant' cost £4. 142. 6d'. Includes steel grey cassimir breeches, a great coat, new sleeves to waistcoat.
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
DOUBLE PLAYBILL advertising the programme for Feb. 16th, 1857.
Size 19" x 19", folded vertically and printed on two pages, variety of decorative type faces.
Francis, Printer, Strand. 1857.
¶ Programe included 'Black Book' and the Christmas pantomime 'See Saw, Margery Daw: or Harlequin Holiday and the Island of Ups & Downs' (the last word printed upside down), 'Mistletoe's Holiday Home' with 130 Ladies of the Corps de Ballet, and the 'Grand Scenic and Mechanical Effects, Exhibiting, in process of Construction The Fairy Factory of Fancy'. One of the scenes was in 'Mappin's Cutlery and Shilling Razor Warehouse' with 'A Pair of Sharp Blades' etc.
LONGITUDINAL SECTION of the mill showing all the machinery.
Very fine architectural/engineering drawing ink and and blue, grey, pink and buff wash. On paper size 25" x 32". Titled as above along the top. Shows the wall in the background with gable, small windows with sky and clouds behind, complex system of pulleys, hoppers and wheels. 3" repaired tear from right edge, not affecting drawing. The drawing completely fills the paper.
n.d. but paper watermarked 'J. Edmunds Wycomb 1833'.
¶ An engraving from Woods History of London of 1837 shows a tall building on the banks of the river - the back wall shown in this print, with the one gable and the windows, seems to correspond to the building in the picture. 'The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Tottenham' says 'in the year 1836 Mr Cook sold the freehold of this property to the New River Company for a very considerable sum of money.'
Walters (H.E), Old Kent Road
SPECIAL NETT PRICE LIST for Wholesale Trade. H.E. Walters, Manufacturer of Oilskin Clothing, Oil-Dressed Cotton, Tarpaulin Canvas...
20pp., 8vo, with illustrations and prices.
¶ Includes Cabmen's and cyclists' capes, etc.
PROBATE of the will of James Beresford of 61 Thurlow Street Walworth.
Vellum sheet size 14" x 17", in manuscript, smaller certificate of administration attached, printed with manuscript inserts. Large papered seal, 3" diameter, of the Court of Probate.
¶ Leaves his gold watch and chain to his friend Benjamin Miller, of the same address, and the rest of his property to be divided between Miller and Anne Surguy.
BILL of John Salter, Goldsmith, Jeweller and Sword Cutler to the Duke of Sussex, 35, Strand, to Thomas Stevens.
2 sides of 4to paper, headed with fine engraved heading with coat of arms. Lists 12 items, including 'Wach repaired new fuzee Arbor Squares', 'Shifting Scapement...', '3 lunette Glasses to Watch'. Other items include silver ice pails, engraving crests on candlesticks, etc. Receipt attached, signed.
¶ 'Cadets compleatly fitted out for the East Indies'.
Weller (E) Engr.
ENVIRONS OF LONDON Sheet 7. Covers Greenwich, Dartford, Sevenoaks.
Lithographed map on single sheet showing the various railways, size 17" x 12", some outline hand-colouring. Scale 1" to 1 mile.
¶ Part of the map on 8 sheets from 'The Dispatch Atlas'.
Weller (E.), Lithog.
LONDON (South West Sheet).
Sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Scale 1" = 9¬". Lithographed, size 17" x 25", title along top, border at left and bottom, with scale bar. Traces of central fold. Someone has marked a circular route in a thin line of red ink from Walpole Street to the junctions of Ebury St. and Ecclestone St., and back down Upper Belgrave Place. 'Mercury' insignia of Weekly Dispatch bottom left, 'E. Weller. Lithogr.' in right margin.
Weekly Dispatch, 139 Fleet Street. (1860's).
¶ Shows Green Park, Buckingham Palace, International Exhibition, Earls Court, Walham Green, Chelsea Hospital, Southwark Water Works.
Weller (Edw.), Red Lion Square, drawn & engraved by
LONDON (South Sheet).
Sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Scale 9¬" = 1 mile. Lithographed, size 17" x 25", title and scale bar along top, border along bottom. Traces of central fold, border very slightly clipped along bottom edge for approx. 2".
Weekly Dispatch, 139 Fleet Street. (1860's).
¶ Shows Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Millbank Penitentiary, 'Bricklayer's Arms Railway Station', Kennington Oval, etc.
Weller (Edw.), Red Lion Square, drawn & engraved by
Top central sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Scale 1" = 9¬". Lithographed, size 17" x 25", large title 'London' along top, in form of a cloth draped over the top border, scale bar along left margin. Traces of central fold, bottom edge trimmed right to neatline, with some slight loss of printed surface along 6" of bottom left edge, amounting to about a quarter of an inch into the surface at its widest part at the bottom of Oakley Square.
¶ Shows Islington, Camden, Upper Holloway, Highbury, Regents Canal.
BOND Matthews Beachcroft Esq., Merchant, to Brook Watson, Alderman, of London, and Robert Rashleigh of London, Merchant, Esqrs., for securing an annuity.
On paper, 2p., sm. folio. Folded with docket title. Signed by Matthews Beachcroft, and Thos. Rashleigh, Hatton Gardens, with small wax seal. Relates to the imminent marriage of Beachcroft and Sarah Webber of Manchester Buildings, Westminster, stating that his heirs and executors should pay an annuity of £300 per annum to Sarah after his death.
¶ Sir Brook Watson (1735 - 1807), went to sea as a young man and lost his leg to a shark at Havana. He later became an M.P. for London, and Lord Mayor.
WILL of Richard Browne, Citizen and Clothworker of London.
Probate copy on vellum, size 22" x 26", first line in very large script. There are small slits in the vellum at the bottom where a seal of some sort should be, but this is missing.
¶ Says he has made his wife joint purchaser of all his messuages and lands except for a messuage and 61 acres of fen and marsh land in Market Deeping, Lincoln. Leaves his share in two messuages lately purchased in the parish of 'St. Mary Meatfellon' alias Whitechapel to his friend Henry Marshall.
LEASE of land messuage and premises at Kensal Rise, known as 15 Liddell Gardens, The Warden and College of The Souls of All Faithful People Deceased of Oxford to Ernest Morgan, builder.
Vellum, 3p., large folio, folded, printed, with details in manuscript. Signed with two small wax seals, and the large papered seal, 3«" diameter, of All Souls. Some red registry stamps.
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