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Property in Land in South Bedfordshire, 1750-1832.

Ernest Oscar Payne

Property in Land in South Bedfordshire, 1750-1832.

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Published by Bedfordshire Historical Record Society in Streatley .
Written in English


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SeriesBedfordshire Historical Record Society [publication] -- 23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20407438M
ISBN 100851550053


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Payne, Ernest Oscar. Property in land in South Bedfordshire, Streatley, near Luton, Beds., The Society, Volume Property in land in south Bedfordshire, ; Volume The navigation of the Great Ouse between St Ives and Bedford in the seventeenth century; Volume The Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, vol.

25 ; Volume. Volumes 1 to 30 and some subsequent volumes were published as a journal under the titles The Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society or Miscellanea. Each contained up to sixteen articles. Property in land in south Bedfordshire, 1750-1832. book Ernest Oscar Payne () and Diana Astry's recipe book.

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Each issue also contains a substantial number of book reviews. Property in Land in South Bedfordshire, by Ernest Oscar Payne. Property in Land in South Bedfordshire, by Ernest Oscar Payne (p. ) Review by: W.

Tate DOI: / holdings, especially of probate and land tax records, are included. For the latter there is a long introduction by Property in Land in South Bedfordshire Mills explaining their nature and content, with a note of relevant articles (it omits Dr E.

Payne's pioneer work, 'Property in land in South Bedfordshire, ', Pubns. Beds. Hist. Rec. Soc. xxiii ()). Their Author: F.

Emmison. Property in Land in South Bedfordshire, (Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, XXIII. For subscribers), to make a study of Aspley Guise. As a sequel, in the second part of the book the author discusses the transfer of land in South Bedfordshire, based on the land tax.

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