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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    Epitaph, hanging up in a TABLE in the Gallery at Guild Hall . Viris Gravissimis, Consultissimis, Honoratissimis, Domino Prætori Et cæteris in hoc Senatu celeberrimo Londinensi Militibus, Aldermanis & Senatoribus Hoc memoriale Sepulchrale In vestrum quondam consortem Fraterrimum Dominum Thomam

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    hearing a common Bruite, that a new Recorder was speedily to be chosen, as a Common Council held at Guild Hall on Tuesday last for other Causes, one of them in the Behalf made very earnest Suite; because in all

    Book 5, Chapter 28 [Courts.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Orphans Court.]

    Fess than had been anciently taken. A Table of which Fees did hang up in the Orphans Court in Guild Hall , for all Persons to inspect. The Widow of every Freeman, if she be Executrix, or Administratrix, of her

    Book 3, Chapter 5 Bassings Hall Ward. [Charities.]

    the other, with Free stone Buildings round. One Court is next to Bassinghall street, and the other openeth into Guild Hall Court. In this Hall are several large Rooms o r Warehouses, as well below, as above Stairs; in which

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Their Loyalty.

    , November the 25th, 1641 , upon his safe and happy Return from Scotland , when he Dined at Guild Hall . The Triumphant Manner, and Order whereof, and the Lord Maiors, meeting and receiving his Majesty, for an Honourable

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 14th July 1838

    who is quite self taught. - At about 2, Ld Melbourne came. He said that the Dinner in the Guild Hall had gone off uncommonly well. He was a good deal tired afterwards & therefore did not attempt to come

    Wednesday 9th July 1851

    was no easy or agreeable task for the Escort. The town & City were brilliantly illuminated. We reached the Guild Hall by ¼ to 10, the Ld Mayor & Ly Mayoress , receiving us at the door, & preceding us

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    De Montfort Lodge

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Guild Hall, Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, England 1929

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO WNT AND C0 UN T RY TA LK. The Earl of Derby has been confined to bed at Knowa;liy HIail for the last few days by an attack of gout. In consequence of the noble earl's illness, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suammaned before Josepls Arinitge, WV. W. Betatye, Josepla isrnoli, aud George Armi- 11 oe atirsr.. the sittiog igltenrsitos. at Guild Hall. at hise i.stlgation . of Aic. John issoinwaring, of Enese Hali, near SDnverley, the auditer pi of Otis Wuelt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the interest felt in the case that hundreds of persons unable to obtain admission remained in the front of Guild Hall until the proceedings terminated, at half-past seven in the evening. The facts were singular. 'The defendant was elected a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N LP-E t; ) '3 LAW -AND POLiCE. ROLLS COURT.Ste TOE MAItOUSS OF tIaRTFORD v. Loan LOWvTasER.Mr. te said this was the petition ef Aun Sisso.s to confirm a report of the Master, and for an order upon the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hear such a difference of opinion expressed onl the meaning of the term in the trial last week, at Guild Hall, of 1' Shepherd v. Alleyne." Mr Savage aand Mr Barnett, when asked their opinioe, defined the term as meaning Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Charles Jennison, Deception, 04/07/1722

    making a false Affidavit before the Lord Chief Justice Prat, at Guild Hall ; It appear'd that Archiba'd Turner being arrested in an Action of Debt, at the suit of Thomas Constable ; the said Turner hir'd the prison er

    Philip Chapman, Deception, 13/10/1736

    willful and corrupt Perjury, in swearing at Guild Hall , February 14, 1733 . that John Tyson on the 25th of December 1722, was at his House in the Tower of London, and that he ordered himself to be denied

    THOMAS KNIGHT, Theft, 11/01/1775

    Cox , December 14 . ++ James Cox . As I was standing at the council chamber in Guild Hall , Mr. Payne detected the prisoner picking my pocket. William Payne . When I was in Guild-Hall on the fourteenth

    Anthony Cope, Theft, 12/07/1721

    from the Person of Richard Hilliard on the 20th of June last. The Prosecutor deposed, that he being in Guild Hall to hear a Cause in the Court of Common. Pleas, the Prisoner (whom he very well remember'd) stood next

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