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    Book 1, Chapter 13 The Bridges of LONDON. Other Bridges.

    runneth a Water called (as I have said) The River of the Wells, since Turn Mill Brook , now Fleet Dike , because it runneth by the Fleet , and sometime about the Fleet , and so under Fleet Bridge John Strype's Survey of London Online

    Book 1, Chapter 2 Of the Ancient Town-Ditch.

    in the West to Ludgate , 42 Perches. In all 513 Perches of Assize. From Ludgate again to the Fleet Dike , West about, 60 Perches. From Fleet-bridge , South to the River of Thames , about 70 Perches. And John Strype's Survey of London Online

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [Old Baily.] Faringdon Ward without. [S. Andrews Holbourn.]

    in a Record of the 5th of Edward III . Windagain lane; for that it goeth down West to Fleet Dike , from whence, Men must turn again the same Way they came, for there it is stopped. Then the John Strype's Survey of London Online

    Preface 7

    Bournes , Pools, Wells, serving the City with wholesome Water. The THAMES , River of the Wells, Turnemill Brook, Fleet Dike , Walbrook , Langborne, Oldborne , Holywell , Clements Well, Clarks Well , Skinners Well, Fags Well, Annis the John Strype's Survey of London Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were immediately laid. He took a direction for Breigh- ton Wood, but the formidable appearance of the waters of'the Fleet Dike, it is supposed induced hini to double, and then passing over Breighton Common, through WiUitoft, Giib- thurpe, and Foggathorpe, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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