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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 4

    street which it crosseth, and so into a Paved Yard, where there is an Entry or Passage by the Black Jack ; and crossing the Street brings to the Parish Stone Mark , on the Backside of Portugal Row ,

    Book 4, Chapter 7 The Parish of St. Clement Danes. Streets, &c.

    crosses the Street to the Glaziers, and so thro' the Houses; and again crossing by the Sign of the Black Jack , unto the Parish Stone Mark , on the back side of Portugal Row , where I began. And

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following inimitable Perfer rners, hired for the occasion: Le Chevalier ap Rice, Le eir Thoutaso Le Plumue, Gallows Black Jack of the Old BCile, M-. Witless frdsn Threadneedle-street, and Mynseer Piiarisee Ankerstill' the: well-known public subscription Actor-*,e "The former Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HFouse whlat Jack Bua~ilt, 2i. 12t1->oh, my Aitelhes, Ts. n-Whoit doy ou want, It. I s.-A small Taste for Black Jack, 1?. 1 s - One wio revolts at the uujostikable extoirtinmln of the Pro- prietors, and is disgusted with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ORIGINAL POETRY, . I A HANGING WE WILL GO. EOxG BY MR. MARRY BROWN, SUNG BY TUE n******pN e***.N S** ***T AT TIHE JUDGES' DINNERS. TUN Et.-X Hunting We will Go. T'sDusky Klnight5 puts down the cry That bids Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, JuNE 29, 1828. Tee latest news received during the week from Portugal is in the highest degree vague and indecisive; a fact which has given both French and English Ultras an opportunity to infer that MIGUEL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    make it." On Monday a General Meeting of the trades of Brass-founders, Braziers, and Copper-smiths, was held at tite Black Jack, Portsmouth-street, Lin- coln's-inn-field's, for the purpose of considering the proplety of confirming several resolutions agreed to at a former Subscribers-only content

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