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Moneys Received and Paid for Secret Services of Charles II. and James II. - Click for large image
Moneys Received and Paid for Secret Services of Charles II. and James II.
From 30th March, 1679, to 25th December, 1688.
By John Yonge Ackerman, Esq.
Published in 1851.

Contains
1. The extra-ordinary expenses incident to the management of the King's private estate etc.
2. Payments & allowances to private persons for services rendered to the Crown.
Includes names of hundreds of members of the public who received payments, gifts and bounty.

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Poor-Law Annual - Click for large image
Poor-Law Annual for the years 1923-24 plus 1924-25.
The aim of these annuals was to provide the necessary details a Poor-law Officer must possess in conducting correspondence between Union and Union, supplemented by other details which have constantly to be referred to in the discharge of daily duties.
Includes the Official Decisions, an aide to the authoritative interpretation of the Poor-law. Digest of Cases which have been heard in the Law-Courts during the year. List of Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen of Boards of Guardians in England & Wales.
Plus lists of Poor-law School Districts, Public Contracts & Contractors, County Vagrancy Committees etc., etc.
Useful for local history.

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The Celtic Borderland - Click for large image
By F.J. Snell.
The Celtic Borderland A Rediscovery of the Marches from Wye to Dee By F.J. Snell.
With 20 full page drawings by Fred Adcock An interesting historical and topographical guide to the borderland between England and Wales.
Illustrated with line drawings and a map.

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The Medieval Village - Click for large image
By G. G. Coulton.
Published 1925.
Developed from a series of lectures delivered to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.
This book helps the reader discover what men actually did and suffered and what they thought of civil and ecclesiastical constitutions.
A valuable insight to the lives of medieval peasants.

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The Topographer & Genealogist - Click for large image
Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A.

The Topographer & Genealogist, Part XVII, March 1855.
A collection of texts and articles of interest to the genealogist.

Part XVII includes.-
Remarks on the Arms assigned to the Name Ellis and its Synomss tending to show a common origin of most of the Families bearing them, and of Lacy, Lucy, St. Leger., Lizures, St. Liz, Disney, Deivill, Holles, &c.
Church Notes of Highclere and Burghclere, co. Hants.
Sir William Fitz William, of Highclere.
Funeral Certificate of Richard Kingsmill, Esq. 1600.
Funeral Certificate of Sir Robert Sawyer, 1692.
Extracts from the Registers of Sutton Waldron, near Shaftesbury, co. Dorset.
Extracts from the Registers of Wath, near Ripon.
List of Rectors of Wath.
Some Account of the Family of Cockayne, Lord Viscount Cullen, and of the Parish of Rushton, co. Northampton, their principal residence.
Notes on the Cathedral of Emly and the Family of Hurly.
The family of Thynne, alias Botfield.
Pedigree of Botfield, of Botfield.
Pedigree of Botfield, of dawley, Norton Hall, &c.
Extracts of Parish Registers of St. James’s, Westminster.

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