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From: "John W Edwards" <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] 17th century handwriting.
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 18:29:36 -0000
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Bob
Where does it fit in with the rest of the other chambers?
I've often heard baize cloth referred to as 'the green', so could it have
been money in part of his shop, maybe the counter..
John
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Subject: [CHS] 17th century handwriting.


> Hello listers,
>
> Has anyone, with reference to a 17th century Inventory post-mortem come
> across the expression:
>
> " in money laid out on the greene".
>
> Part of the inventory of a Salford watchmaker & innkeeper, Thomas
> Birchall,
> dated 12th April 1683.
>
> Regards,
> Bob.
>
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