Lease from John Russell, Duke of Bedford, to Mrs. Priscilla Rich of the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, widow [manuscript], 1765 December 2.

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Bedford, John Russell, Duke of, 1710-1771. Lease from John Russell, Duke of Bedford, to Mrs. Priscilla Rich of the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, widow [manuscript], 1765 December 2.

Lease from John Russell, Duke of Bedford, to Mrs. Priscilla Rich of the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, widow [manuscript], 1765 December 2.

Lease for 9 years, for ground with large building thereon called Covent Garden Theatre, in the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex. Consideration: £326; rent: £100 per annum. Plan in margin. Endorsement of December 27, 1765: Priscilla Rich deemed to be trustee for herself, Henrietta, widow of James Bencraft, Charlotte, the wife of John Beard, Mary, the wife of James Morris and Sarah, the wife of George Voelcker, as joint contributors to the sum of £326.

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Voelcker, Sarah, fl. 1765.

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Beard, Charlotte, fl. 1765.

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Morris, Mary, fl. 1765.

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Stevens, Priscilla, d. 1783.

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Bedford, John Russell, Duke of, 1710-1771

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British public official. From the description of Papers of John Russell, Duke of Bedford, 1593-1765. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71068325 Charlotte Beard was one of the four daughters of John Rich and so probably were the other contributors. From the description of Lease from John Russell, Duke of Bedford, to Mrs. Priscilla Rich of the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, widow [manuscript], 1765 December 2. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 6301...

Bencraft, Henrietta, fl. 1765.

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Covent Garden Theatre

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Thomas Harris, John Philip Kemble and others proprietors of the New Theatre Royal called Covent Garden Theatre. From the description of Grant for 85 years from Covent Garden Theatre to George Raikes of Cornhill, Esq. [manuscript], 1809 September 18. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 281643481 The Covent Garden Theatre was built by John Rich in London in 1732. Also known as the Royal Opera House. From the description of Documents concerning finance...