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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Accidents.

    the greatest Part of the Commons of the City bent to join with us) to have set Fire in Four Corners of the City, and so to have divided among our selves the Spoil of the chiefest Riches that might

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Wilton Introduction WILTON c. 1960

    settlement, but the centre of the later medieval borough lay at the intersection of the four main streets at Four Corners , and in the net-work of streets and lanes surrounding the Market Place and contained within the angle of

    List of maps and plans

    and the continuation of Ranger's Lane east beyond this junction was called Rosemary Lane . The junction was called Four Corners . Except for a footbridge by the mill, 19 the Nadder is crossed by only one bridge in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most riotous, and one old woman was singing " John Brown's Knapsack." Later in the day, at tie Four Corners, fie saw another coflis. Them was Something in- side it, covered over with a white cloth. In cross-exami- nation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by0.B.BtR D .host. pu hiled, riacc 6 th I By(. gi. Bnugia, Arsthgr of ' Lordsl~lp,""The.Dance at su thy Four Corners," ,';c. " The story is humroronsly written."-"' Athenrem Sn." d tb "Thoroughly readtlo and ecioyabl.'-" AbekeeaFree Preys. w how Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Burgio's new story, a stirring tale ht Canadian life some fifty years ago, entitled 'The Judre of the Four Corners,' in which - Ikey " and "Old Man" reappear, and dispute with one another for the .hand of Miss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    according T. to Act of Parliatuont his Itevolviog Bl5rsr for turning a CAtidle Y, Dipping Apparatus, suspended from the Four Corners for the n. purpose of wipling the Candles on boils Sides. st. By a combittation of Whoele's i'atentt Candle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a very interesting number. (London; 33, Bedford-street, Strand.) A lively story of sustained interest is "The Dance at the Four Corners," which Mr. C. B. Burgin con- tributes to "The Ludgate Illustrated Magazine." A great shipbuilding industry is brought under Subscribers-only content

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