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100                    HISTORY OF EAST GRINSTEAD.
1. 3s. 4d. a year charged on three pieces of land, part of the Manor of Brighthelmstone; on September 30th, 1902, Lieut.-Col. C. A. M. Warde paid 4. 13s. 4d. to redeem 2s. 4d. a year charged on Kent Hatch Farm, Westerham, belonging to him ; on the same date Mr. Francis Verrall, Lord of the Manor of Southover, Lewes, redeemed three separate charges of lid., 4s. and 2 on land called the Hydes, at Lewes, by paying 90, and on November 4th, of the same year, the Corporation of the City of London freed themselves for ever from paying 1. 5s. 8d. a year charged on 54, 57 and 57a, Shoe Lane, City, by a purchase of 51. 6s. 8d. annuities. The following table gives the other sources of income:
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