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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rules and Directions for the Building.

    principal Streets, it is Enacted, That all Houses hereafter to be Erected in any of them shall have Balconies Four Foot broad with Rails and Bars of Iron, equally distant from the Ground. Every of which Balconies shall contain in

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Entertainment of K. Charles I.

    all the way their Majesties passed, being beautified with rich Tapestry. On the North side of the Street, ( Four Foot distant from the Houses) were Rails placed; to regulate and keep the People in good Order, from Bishopsgate to

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates. ALDGATE.

    muri Civitat. Lond. prope Algate : & edificatur 4 ped. extra Turretum muri predict. in via regia, being built Four Foot without the Turret in the King's Way . From this Gate towards Bishopsgate was a Passage or Lane, between

    Book 1, Chapter 11 The River LEE, or LEY.

    Mill, where Water goeth out of the King's River, is of 10 Foot broad, where it should be but Four Foot , by the which the Kynges Servant is sore hurt. Also the said Abbot hath a Lock, which is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    andl Appurtenances belonging. Te e whole comprises an area of 21 abcres or tisereaboots. and consists of tho Brooch, Four Foot, and Seven Foot Coal: Fire Clap, Iron- stone, and other Seamas usually found in this and the Cannock Chas-e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Appurtenances belonging thereto. -The: Property comprises an area of 21 acres or thereabouts, and eonersts of the Brooch, Four Foot, and Seven Foot Cent, Firs -Clay.Ir-.unete anod other Seams usually found in thts and the ran. oce Chase districte. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Land, Containing 28A. lot. W e327., or thereahonts together wvth the ungotten MINES thereander, 4 Consisting of the Gaines, Four Foot, and Yard Coal Seams, and sortions of New Mine and Rough ay Whit Ironstone Mmeasres. y This Lot is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs. Horncastle and Co. in Hlnlmirtls, all the vluaile AMACHiNERY, now in fill lw crk, consiitin, of One Treble Four Foot Scrih- bler. One Tlhree l5oot Si.ribbler, Two Thirty Inch Carders, Tswo Billies ;duo, Teazles, Scales and Weights, Stove anm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inchtes itic;I -,one. Dito,'25lzcies; ' 30 fii echo-Cuerdere. withl Two Swifts- and Breast, acid Eight Woreke~rs ot'c ech ;Ocee Four Foot Scribbler, wIth 'rwn Swifte cind Brceast, -cud -Eight Workers, and all tile 'Cierdii are ceatrly-New - '- For~ t'ertieulars Subscribers-only content

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