Land Settlement Rhode Island Early Works To 1800 : Advertisement : For as much as by His Majesty's gracious care, his immediate government is now settled, and such regulations like to be speedily made in the Narraganset Countrey or Kings-Province ... and the proprietors being desireous speedily to encourage the regular settlement of a town ... / Richard Wharton, Elisha Hutchinson, John Saffin, at Boston. Dated in Boston, June 9th. 1686.
Land Subdivision England Early Works To 1800 : In the great levell of the fens, lying in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, and the isle of Ely, Huntington, Northampton, and Lincoln. There are decreed unto the right Honourable the Earl of Bedford ninety five thousand acres (viz. in) ...
Land Subdivision Law And Legislation Ireland : A table shewing instantly by the eye the number of acres belonging to any summe of money : according to the rate setled by Parliament upon any of the lands within the foure provinces of Ireland ...; Delamain, Richard,
Land Subdivision New Jersey Early Works To 1800 : Proposals by the proprietors of East-Jersey in America : for the building of a tovvn on Ambo-Point, and for the disposition of lands in that province and also for encouragement of artificers and labourers that shall transport themselves thither out of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Land Tenure England History Sources Early Works To 1800 : Formulare Anglicanum, or, A collection of ancient charters and instruments of divers kinds [electronic resource] : taken from the originals, placed under several heads, and deduced (in a series according to the order of time) from the Norman Conquest to the end of the reign of King Henry the VIII.; Madox, Thomas,
Land Tenure England Lincoln Early Works To 1800 : The title of Sir Thomas Dawes Kt Thomas Cromwell, and Humfrey Walrond, esqs; and Josias Tully, gent. : to certain improved lands in the West and North Fenns in the county of Lincoln, together with the objections, and an answer to the same, as it now depends in Parliament.