Harry refuses to change "leathern apron for a knight's girdle, and burgage
tenement for an hundred-pound-land" (Scott 1907: 662), marries Catherine and lives happily ever after in his own state.
The teenager, formerly of Burgage
Drive, Tain, pleaded guilty to seven separate driving offences, all involving driving without a licence or insurance.
TABLE 1 PARLIAMENTARY AND INCORPORATED BOROUGHS IN ENGLAND 1790-1820(*) Type of Franchise Parliamentary Incorporated Boroughs Boroughs Freeman 91 91 Scot-and-Lot 37 23 Corporation 25 25 Burgage
30 12 Pot walloper 13 5 Freehold 7 1 Total 203 156 (*) Source: R.
[72.sup.v]: Thomas Burgage
; then John Blowe, who was given it by Thomas Burgage
Women of higher social or economic status had other options, and a few, such as widows holding property to which the vote belonged under burgage
tenure, may actually have voted in national elections.
Pearson): you can, for example, readily trace the neglected Lee sisters' neglected Canterbury Tales as a source for Werner, or lawsuits 'in re tenures burgage
', or the extraordinary range of birds (even 'noddies') and animals (horses get a separate entry) in Byron's work.
The layout of the town in the present day shows that originally the town was made up of 46 burgage
plots which were separated by a few small lanes which have developed to be Church Street, Union Street and Station Street.
These buildings occupy medieval burgage
plots, rare survivals in Newcastle, and retain considerable amounts of early fabric behind later facades.
The tower was to be made up of narrow slivers articulated together, which were meant to reflect the medieval land subdivision known as burgage
Kerry & principal place of business at unit 9, Hazelwood Centre, Glanmire, Cork & (d)TDR Consultancy Ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at 21 Burgage
Green, Newcastle, Co.
The first street recorded in the emerging town of Birmingham is Edgbastone Strete (Edgbaston Street) mentioned in a deed in 1347; and in 1449 Roger Cutte of Erdington granted to John and Juliane Knocks of Birmingham a burgage
and butcher's shop in the same street.
We're also not far from Balllylinch Stud and Burgage