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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE. The Arches.

    Commoners, that were appointed for the letting of the City and Bridge House Lands, together with the Assistance of Mr. Philip Odde, then Clerk Comptroller of the Bridge House , did in a few Months bring to an Issue by

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    who is Justice for Southwark , and for the whole County of Surrey . He always resideth at the Bridge House : And at present this Person is Ralph Harsey, Esq; Ibid. p.7. a l. 24 ab im. Just before

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    Becon, an eminent Divine in those Times, preached a Wedding Sermon. Then all the Company went home to the Bridge House , to Dinner: Where was Mr. Hussey buried. Mr. Goodrick buried. A Fu neral with the Hopita Boys. Lord

    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE.

    remaining in the Chapel, till the same Chapel was turned to a dwelling House, and then removed to the Bridge House . The Effect of which Table I was willing to have published in this Book, if I could have

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Maintenance of it. But the Chapel being turned afterwards into a Dwelling House, the Table was removed to the Bridge House ; and so, as it seems, under the Custody of the Bridge Masters : This Table he would willingly

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shelley Introduction

    of the road to the north of Shelley Bridge is Bridge House which appears to have been built about 1800. There are gravel pits to the north-east of Bridge House . Farther nor th there are scattered 18thcentury cottages on

    The borough of Southwark Introduction

    bridge of London . 109 Bridge House dock is mentioned in 1501 110 ; and in 1521 a hall, a parlour and a counting-house were in the building. 111 The secondary use of Bridge House as a storing-place for wheat

    The borough of Southwark Borough

    Thames and between the Bridge House and the church of St. Olave. 8 There are other references to property held of the earls in the parish of St. Olave, 9 particularly to the Bridge House , but apparently only this

    Stanford Rivers Introduction

    (see below). Wash Farm, at Wash Bridge, is the name given on modern maps to Bridge Farm , alias Bridge House Farm (see below, Bridges and Piggsland). The part of the main road to the south-west of Little End has

    Upminster Education and charities

    1840-46 ) kept a preparatory school at Grove Cottage . 66 A high school for girls was opened at Bridge House in 1895 , but it closed in 1898 . 67 Upminster high school for girls, in Hall Lane ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    that one of the Garners of the Bridge House might be appointed for the Prince's use, he paying for the same such a reasonable rent as the Masters of the Bridge House might think fit. The Prince's Court at St.

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 32, January 1593, 01 January 1593-31 January 1593

    in not performing an agreement set down before me and other commissioners for letting the lands pertaining to the Bridge House of London, by which this poor man is in peril of being overthrown, if not relieved by some Court Subscribers-only content

    Introduction, Medieval accounts and their arrangement

    17.10s.0d. The chamber rental was small compared with that of the Bridge House estates to which in 1358 the properties on the bridge alone contributed 160.4s.0d. (Bridge House Small Register, ff.64v 66v). See especially the extracts from the accounts of

    Ireland and Irish lands

    Mayor ordered the Companies to provide a certain quantity of corn to be stored in the Granary of the Bridge House; he also wrote to Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer, December 23rd, 1594, asking his help to revictual the City. In

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 206, Undated 1587, 01 January 1587-31 December 1587

    Norfolk wheat at 47 s . the quarter; the wheat is in London ready to be laid into the Bridge House. 87. Petition of Matthew Hart to Walsyngham. That having been the first to come away from Sir Wm. Stanley, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cae v mawr, ar y traethodau ar 'Manes Teuln Bethania;' g goreu, Miss Roberts, Maes, Lilandrillo; ail, Miss iEvans, Bridge House, Cynwyd. 7. Cystadleuaeth .mewn caenu tOn ar y pryd ; goreu, parti dan-arweiniad Ai Mr. J. Gfrifbiths, Llandrillo. 8. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei gwbl adferu. Cychwynwyd y mudiad gaa y y boneddigesau, y cyntaf o ba rai oeddynt Mrs. Phillips, e Bridge House, a Mrs. Stiphens, St. Mary-street, a U phan ddaeth yr achos yn wyhyddus, cymerwyd ef i b fyny gyda Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams, Geinas, Bodifari 117 54 A. Edwards, Pontillen, Rhydycilgwyn 117 e 55 Mary Jones, Llanelwy 117 56 Edward Williams, Bridge House, Llanfwrog 116 57 Elizabeth Hughes, Plas Llanynys, Rhydyeilgwyn 115 58 Dora A Willidms, Glan Clwyd, Bodfiari 114 59 Richard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r wiad. Yr oedd 3 yr holl Gymanfa yn llwyddiant mawr. Y cyfeilydd '1 fel arfer oedd Miss Williams, Bridge House, yr l' hon a wnaeth ei gwaith yn rhagorol.-PENFRO. 1, GOPPA, POXITARDULAIS- I CYFL1WYNIAD.-Yn nghapel y Goppa, nos Wener, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANRrEG.-Ar ol y cyfarfod gweddi nos Lun cynhaliwyd yn y Tabernacl gyfarfod i gyflwyno aurheg werthfawr i Miss Williams, Bridge House, yn ddatgarDiad o ddiolchgarwch rawyaf gwresog yr eglwys 3'r gynolleidf% iddi am ei gwasanaeth ffyddlon a nedrus fel organist. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Bridge House

    (Madam, On Monday next, October 5th, we shall make our first show of autumn...) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Clothing trade, Advertisements, clothing] v>nnoTi jno.C o] )i puDuiiiioD9.i ODugpT^uoD I14IAV tiTJD puij *S8^:^U'BpS[ ^WBSdY^ %^.^VK? JO f^DUv^s r. TtJOJO jo 9«">-''!d Subscribers-only content

    George Sanger's grand equestrian and zoological establishment

    [Circus, Programs, circus] I ^qucHtiiiiut and ioalogipl rSTABLISHMENT. The Programme will be selected from the foUowing' :— 1.^ The Highly Trained Horse, ** MAHOMET,'' introduced by? Mr. GEORGE SANGER. 2.--Bare-back Act, by Master JAMES CROCKETT. (Clown : — Little Subscribers-only content


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