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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Aldermanbury.] Cripplegate Ward.

    Street took the Name of Alderman bury; which is to say, a Court there kept in their Bery, or Court Hall , now called the Guild Hall: Which Hall (of old time) stood on the East side of the same

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    his Skill in old English Words: His own Experience, he himself having seen there the Ruins of the old Court Hall of the Aldermen, which they used before Guildhall was builded; which Place was then become a Carpenter's Yard. And

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godmanchester GODMANCHESTER The PARISH CHURCH of ST MARY

    of Parliament in 1803 , 9 and the award is in the possession of the Corporation. Preserved at the Court Hall , 10 is a remarkable series of records, dating from the charter of King John in 1212 to the

    Parishes Monksilver

    of Monksilver . 37 There was a house called Court Hall , with associated buildings, and fields called Court field, Court moor, and Court berie in the 1460s . Court Hall was let to the manorial reeve in 1469 .

    Parishes Compton Dundon

    the old hall, which retained a moulded, arched doorway and two tall pointed windows. 97 It was known as Court Hall until 1791 98 and was still standing in 1834 99 but was probably a ruin by 1859 . 100

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough

    on the south by a sort of shed; in 1670 Benjamin Woodfall paid £1 for his shop under the Court Hall , 70 or Gildhall, for the terms were synonymous. In the upper rooms, then as now, were kept the

    Mitcheldean MITCHELDEAN AREA 1880

    the early 15th century. 27 The manor house, occupied by a tenant by 1437 , became known as the Court Hall or House 28 and was in disrepair in 1642 . It had been pulled down by 1696 when the

  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    of the same, for the Time being, shall keep his and their Shire Court in the Town Hall or Court Hall of or within the Town of Namptwich, in the said County; and that the said Shire Court shall be

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 13 September 1644, 13 September 1644-13 September 1644

    of the same, for the Time being, shall keep his and their Shire Court in the Town Hall or Court Hall of or within the Town of Namptwich , in the said County; and that the said Shire Court shall

    America and West Indies, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    XXXI., pp. 92, 93. ] May 25. 841 . Minutes of the Council of Nevis, held at the public Court Hall at Charles Town. Present, Governor Stapleton, the Council and Assembly. The King's letter to Governor Stapleton was read, as

    America and West Indies, April 1681, 01 April 1681-30 April 1681

    King's offer to commute the four and a half per cent. duty. At a meeting held at the Public Court Hall in Charlestown on Friday, 15th April 1681. Present: Sir William Stapleton, Governor and Captain General, Colonel James Cotter, Governor

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    this Lordship two Courts in the month. 10 th was Tiryarlh, which had of old for its Castle and Court Hall the Castle of Cenffig, and alate a Castle in Langynwyd 42 and after that Bettois 43 Court. This Lordship

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the procession moved past the Cross, and along Saltmarket street. 'eT noble Earl was received and conducted into the court hall by the magistrates. Baillie Gilmour after several preliminary speeches, presented the freedom of the city to Lord Durham, who, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the former, perhaps, turning the scale. TABLES TURNED ON THEn CJtARTISTS.-A meeting was called in Glasgow, at the Justiciary Court Hall, prin- cipally by Irish residents, to petition for the bill of Lold Morpeth. The Chartists played their usual game, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Balmain House, Cainserors, Stonehouse, Glo-rce. ng tershire, commissioln agent. First meeting, May t, at 4.15 nm., re at the Court Hall, Stroud. et DAvyD MoRnGANr, . Coedpenrmaen, Pontypriddl, Eglwysilan, Glamorganshire, grocer. First meeting, May 7, at 3 p.m., at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30, at 2 p.m., at the Offici-l Receiver's, Sheffield; public examination, January 31, at 11.30 a.m, at the County Court Hall, Sheffield. NOTICES OF DIVDENDS. EDnwn SM1TE, trading as Smith and Co., New Summer Street, Summer Line, and residing at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27, at 230 p.nn, at the Official Receiver's, Sheffield; public exammnation, March 7, at 11.30 a.m., at the County Court Hall, Sheffield. RTciutRD War.TaTrs, Claremont Hill, Shrewsbury, licensed victualler. First meeting, February27, at 1L45 a.m., at the Law Societv's Rooms, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Mr. Fitzgerald's comic sketches of life & character, and impersonations extraordinary

    (Under the distinguished patronage of) [Amusements, Playbills] TROlirBRlUOi:. [liider the distingnished Patronage of THE jIAfells^TRATEiS. COMIC SiHGTCIIiilS 01 LIFE & CHARACTIIK, and mPKK80NATIOK8 EXTRAORDINARY MR. FITZGKRALD, having been received, throughout the whole of his per¬? formances, on Vied nesday Subscribers-only content

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