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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Cold Harborough.

    times to Cold Harbour , I know not, but it appears Alhallows the Less. Cold Harbrough. Repaired. R. Charities. J. S. Cold Harbour . Cold Harbour granted to the Heralds. The Bishop of Durham lived here. Cold Harbour comes to

    Book 1, Chapter 15 Tower of LONDON. Lieutenant.

    serve there under him. That the Prisoners had much more Liberty to walk and meet upon the Leads of Cold Harbour , and to go one to another; and also to send their Minds and Letters to their Friends, as

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Modern State.

    Thames street , between it and the Thames , are these Lanes in this Ward, viz. Old Swan Lane, Cold Harbour , Alhallowes Lane, Campion Lane , Fryers Lane, Couzens Lane, Dowgate Dock , and the Styllyard; S. Laurence Poultney

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downegate Ward. The Erber.

    Innholders Hall. The Erber. The Stilyard; and the Merchants of the Haunce. Alhallows the Great . Alhallows the Less. Cold Harbour . Merchant Taylors School in Suffolk Lane. The present State of this Ward. D OWNEGATE Ward beginning at the

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Poplar and Blackwall.

    four Times Lord Maior, and founded a College near St. Lawrence Lane, which hath its Name still from him. Cold Harbour was Pulteney's Inn, where he lived. What farther followeth, both of this Place, and of a Chapel and Hospital

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Romano-British Somerset Appendices Anglo-Saxon Map

    Romano-British Somerset Appendices APPENDIX I THE NAME 'COLD HARBOUR' As I have stated in other volumes of the Victoria History , the connection of the name ' Cold Harbour ' with Roman sites seems to me to be far less

    Over Economic history

    to undertenants by 1864 . 91 In 1881 Trinity College leased Cold Harbour farm of 200 a. and Ouse Fen farm of nearly 100 a. separately. Cold Harbour farm was hollow drained between 1878 and 1893 . In 1880 much

    Bobbingworth Introduction

    Road , in the north-east corner of the parish, near Moreton Bridge . Ashlyns is in the northwest, and Cold Harbour in the south-west, of the present parish of Bobbingworth . 15 Wardens Farm, to the south of Bovinger Mill

    Parishes Chaffcombe

    , and Huckers Hill was mentioned in 1571 . 154 The first of these has not been identified, but Cold Harbour cottage at the western approach to Avishays and built by 1700 , had formerly stood on Whitemoor Hill common

    Industries Glass

    appears in 'The reporte of John Bote, glassyer,' 5 which gives his charges for work done in 1485 at Cold Harbour , the famous London mansion fronting the Thames . The prices of the various kinds of glass were: Dutch,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, All Saints the Less

    33 Mr. Amy 53 Mrs. Wiffin 56 Mr. Acton 9 Mr. Hackit 6 Mr. Risley 7 Mr. Morris 15 Cold Harbour. Mr. Humble 10 Mr. Hackit 15 Mr. Wright 15 Mr. Nunn 12 Mr. Toogood 6 Mr. Townsen 10 Mr.

    Addenda, James 1 - Volume 40, December 1616, 01 December 1616-31 December 1616

    walls are specified in their authority, to make use of to themselves in shutting of the King's channel called Cold Harbour, on either side of which th ere is an ancient sea wall; between the channel and the walls there Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    ready to execute such directions touching, as he shall receive from Elizabeth, 101; spoke with Hamilton, 104; went to Cold Harbour, 107; letter to, 108; mark of, ib .; answer of, 111; (Nasmyth) interrogatories for (28th April 1575), 123; answer Subscribers-only content

    Index of subjects

    St Dunstan W.), 20 Castle, St John Street, 13 Castle on the Hoop, 24 Cock on the Hoop, 74 Cold Harbour (in All Hallows the Great), 27 Cow Face, West Cheap, 116 Chichele's Rents, 47 Cup and Hoop, 78 Dolphin

    Index of places

    Cliffords Inn Cloister, The, Clothworkers' Rents Cock Alley a , a . Yard Cock and Key Yard a . Cold Harbour a . Coopers Alley a . Coppin Yard a . Copt Hall a . Cordwayners Ward a . Coven

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STATE OF THE AGRICULTURAL POPULATION. I . . . I.. _ .. Accounts of outrages committed by the agricultural population-the in- dications of greater disord, r, in the winter, when want presses more severely-continue to come from all quarters, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was Passing from Shirenewton to Chepstow, On Thursday night, the 30th of July last; when near a place called Cold Harbour, I heard the report of a gun, and proceeding in the direction of the sound, came up to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday morningi as two labourers were.employed in cutting osiers in a marshy piece of ground situate close to Cold Harbour lane, Camberwell, they.observed something tied up in a piece of coarse sacking and concealed amidst a heap of weeds and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the limbs at Brixton) completes what was left wanting by the two former reports. The legs now discovered in Cold Harbour lane, and the trunk found at Paddington, and the head taken from the canal at Stepney, are proved to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Suffolk street, butcher. H. Arrow, bevenoaks, Kent, coach builder. T. Hood, Union row, High street, Camberwell, bookseller. S. Beagley, Cold Harbour lane, CamberweN, builder. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. J. Young and G. Bentley, Wolverhampton, ironfounders. S BANKRUPTS. C. Davidson and S. Bradley, Subscribers-only content


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