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||Lease for one year to James Spencer of Horseheath of two tenements in Botolph Lane, and another, behind, once part of a workshop at a peppercorn rent
||Lease to Henry Humphrey Goodhall, Esq., and Robert Greef of two tenements on the south side of Silver Street for 40 years from Michaelmas 1825 at an annual rent of 9s 6d and two couple of fat rabbits at audit time (valued at 3s)
||Lease to Frederick Sharp of a newly erected tenement in Silver Street (as in 111) for 40 years from Michaelmas 1829 at an annual rent of 15s 8d and 1s 4d and one fat capon at audit time.
||Lease to Richard Comings of a tenement or granary between Laundress Lane and the river and abutting on the Anchor (as in 123D) for 40 years from Michaelmas 1828 at an annual rent of 5s.
||Licence to Messrs Steward and Cotton to alienate the Anchor public house.
||Counterpart of lease to Peter Grain of Gt Shelford, gent., and Elliot Macro Smith, auctioneer, of the Anchor Public House and premises for 38 years from Lady Day 1837 at an annual rent of £1 17s 6d and two couple of good fat rabbits at audit time.
||Lease to Mrs Ann Elizabeth Greef of premises as in 128 for 40 years from Michaelmas 1839 at an annual rent of £2
||Licence to Thomas Martin Mitchell, innkeeper, to alienate the Eagle and adjoining premises in St Benedict's parish to Henry Balls
||Lease to Henry Hazard of a tenement or granary (as in 130) for 40 years from Michaelmas 1842 at an annual rent of £1
||Lease to Frederick Sharp of premises as in 129 for 40 years from Michaelmas 1843 at an annual rent of £3
||Conveyance to John Hall, bookseller, of two messuages (as in 124) in Botolph Lane: nos 8 and 9
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Cambridge, St Botolph's parish deeds
||Transferred to XVIII 131-39 as relating to the Eagle.
(former reference: XII 140)
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