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All lands or tenements in England in the hands of subjects, are holden mediately or immediately of the King.
BRITAIN FOR THE BRITISHROBERT BLATCHFORD
If so, it was drawn at a very low point in the scale of tenements.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
There is also a rapidly growing co-partnership movement, especially in the building of "garden suburbs" and tenements.
SOCIALISM AND DEMOCRACY IN EUROPESAMUEL P. ORTH
The bishop of Lichfield and Coventry had the custody of all the lands and tenements in the county of Hants.
THE HISTORY OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS, THE TEMPLE CHURCH, AND THE TEMPLECHARLES G. ADDISON
A dozen gourds, each with a large hole in the side, completed the tenements for this well-contented Martin community.
THE BIRD STUDY BOOKTHOMAS GILBERT PEARSON
A fourth class would be composed of tenements belonging to people personally strange to the manor.
VILLAINAGE IN ENGLANDPAUL VINOGRADOFF
East-Side tenements, where pennies are infrequent, have resources.
OUT OF MULBERRY STREETJACOB A. RIIS
From these small beginnings in quiet evangelism, he branched out into work of the same kind among the tenements.
No laborer or any other man who does not have lands and tenements of the value of 40s.
OUR LEGAL HERITAGE, 5TH ED.S. A. REILLY
Where any old leases exist they are described merely as tenements or farms.
OLD COUNTRY INNS OF ENGLANDHENRY P. MASKELL