Found in 864 Collections and/or Records:
Lease to William Smith, wheelwright, of the George Inn for forty years from Michaelmas 1818 at an annual rent of £60., 1819-01-25
The George is 'now divided into several tenements with the barn, stables, workshop and other outbuildings with a garden ground containing 2 roods, 14 perches'.
Lease to William Smith, wheelwright, of the George Inn for forty years from Michaelmas 1832 at an annual rent of £60., 1833-05-01
Lease to William Swann, common carrier, of a messuage for forty years at an annual rent of £1 4s 8d, 1843-05-08
The property is bounded by Trumpington St (W) and premises in the occupation of Stephen Thrower (E and N) and Mr Smith (S).
Ground plan incorporated.
Dorse: 'afterwards Dimmock'.
Lease to William Warren of a tenement for 21 years at an annual rent of 16s, 1495-12-15
The tenement lies between a tenement of Thomas Dekyn (N) and a tenement of John Wood, gentleman (S) and abuts (W) on the highway and (E) on the tenement of the said John.
Lease to William Wright, citizen and clothworker of London of a messuage now in Wright's occupation in Sherborne Lane, parish of St Mary Abchurch, for 31 years from Michaelmas 1638 at an annual rent of £6., 1638-10-19
Leases to Edmund Halfhyde, 1667 - 1702
Nos 11-13, 26-199 not used. 223 (1) relates to the manor of Barton Lancaster and is there housed and listed.
See also under Grantchester XXXVI G 129.1: Dr Hooke's notebook of his livings at Grantchester and Little Wilbraham, 1762-76.
Membrane 5 of 09/35/141 has records of the court of Wilbraham Rycotts for 1631, 1635 and 1636.
Letter to Daniel Etheridge with particulars of the farm (as in 8b above) which he received the previous day from his father., 1724-11-24
He has not put a valuation on the timber but expects £1000 or thereabouts.
Letter to Robert Masters, 1749-03-14
He has finished the draft of the agreement and sends a copy
Letter to Robert Norgate, president, 1571-11-16
Instructions about sending his horses to him in London, and their preparation for the journey.
He sends £20 by Mr Provost; Burwell [the bookseller?] is to be paid his £16. The fellows and scholars are to be called together to discharge commons and sizings and [be told] not to run so deep.
Letter to Robert Norgate, president, 1572-06
Sale to Martin Buck of the remaining term of the lease of the house in Buck's occupation for £135., 1670-12-17
The property was leased by CCC to John Whalley of St Ives on 22 Mar. 1659 for 40 years for an annual rent of 30s and one fat turkey; the lease was inherited by his nephew, John Whalley of Warboys who sold the remaining term to Elizabeth Wingfield, now deceased, on 24 Oct. 1665 for £140.
Terrier of Elizabeth Smith's holdings, 1653
See also CCCC09/19/1-6, notably 19/4 for bequest of arable at Quy by William to Francis Wybrow, 1712.
Nos 10 and 11 refer to Over and Newnham respectively and are there listed.
Two letters to Lamb offering Elisabeth Sirani's Virgin and Child as an altarpiece, 1832-10-06 - 1832-10-21
These items were found either in J. J. Perowne's copy of Masters' History or with Lamb's papers in one of his volumes given to the library. Many were used by J. P. T. Bury in his History of the college.