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||Conveyance to John Hall, bookseller, of two messuages (as in 124) in Botolph Lane: nos 8 and 9
||Writ to heirs of Anthony Rivenhall, and especially to his eldest son, Edward, that the property in Botolph Lane will be sold within six months if payment of the principal sum of £500, with interest, be not forthcoming.
||Lease to Samuel Phillips of two messuages (as in 114) for 40 years from Michaelmas 1852 at an annual rent of 20s and two couple of fat rabbits at audit time.
||Lease to Robert Thomas Greef, plumber, of premises in Silver St (as in 128) for 40 years from Michaelmas 1853 at an annual rent of £2 5s 4d.
||Counterpart of licence to Frederick Sharp to sublet to Ephraim Waymen, gent
||Transferred to XVIII 131-39 as relating to the Eagle.
||Lease to John Baddeley of Middlesex, and Percy Marsh Sharp of London, executors of Frederick Sharp of a messuage in Silver St (as in 129) for 40 years from Michaelmas 1857 at an annual rent of £3.
||Particulars of sale of the estates of Richard Foster, Esq., deceased, consisting of the Thompson's Lane Brewery and 50 old-licensed inns and public houses, etc., in Cambs and Hunts.
||Transferred to XVIII 136-8 as relating to The Eagle
||Counterpart of lease to John Eaden of premises once known as the Dye House and adjoining wharfground (as in 132 and 135) with further ground leased from the corporation for 40 years from Michaelmas 1867 at an annual rent of £5
||Counterpart of lease to Henry Piper and others of a messuage in Silver St for 40 years from Michaelmas 1872 at an annual rent of £3
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