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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, May 1575, 01 May 1575-31 May 1575

    ten o'clock in the morning. When Morgan was come Sandes enquired where they should dine. Quoth Morgan, "at the 'Horse Head,' in Cheapside." Which Sandes misliked because there was too great resort of people, and that he would not be Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    articles for Mary's proof of, 558. Chaunneuse , Mons. de: 561. Cheapside : 107; Cockyn going through, 133; the "Horse Head" in, 147. "Checker," the: Cockyn at, 108; (Chequer) Hamilton used to lie in, 131. Chene , Mr Robert: false Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    further examination of Doctor Good before (19th), 145; to Walsingham (18th Nov. 1575), 203. Horne , James: merchant, 598. "Horse Head ," the: Sandes mislikes dining at, 147. Household , Master of the: 503. Howard , Lord (Charles): falcons for, Subscribers-only content

    Revels, 01 January 1510-31 December 1518

    c. Carpenter's wages, 3 l . 4 s . Painter's wages, 8 l . Purple satin bought at the Horse Head on London Bridge, and of Wm. Bottre, 196 yds., 24 l . 10 s ., for coats for children

    Henry VIII, March 1538, 21-25, 01 March 1538-31 March 1538

    with him and desired him and the said Sir William to be counter sureties to the goodman of the Horse Head in Chepe, and to one Egglesfeld in Southwark which be bound for the said Ralph to be true prisoner

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sun. day. The distance between the two is about four mrles over one of the Cravou hills, called the Horse Head, two miles ascent and descent. He made the journey on hore. back. My father on one of his visits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also held the living of Halton Gill, in Littondile, and who in all weathers never missed passinr over the "Horse Head," 1,900 feet above the sea. and a. distance of six miles, to preach at Hubberhole e Church. Mr. Bogg's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1taiso, ordLary Childrcn's Toss, Games, Ac., at spocial prices to clear;givitg up departmant.-Osborme, J 1., Donegall Street. EILDREN'S TRICYCLES.-" Horse Head," 20s; C Dot, 24s; Midget, 27s; Junior Coachas, Sls to 653; o others up to £6.-Qsborne, 1, Donegail Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO BE LET OR SOLD. EXI'JNSIVE SHOP AND S'IORES, 151, NORTH STREET LATELY OCCUPIED 'r BARR & TRUES DALE. Fitted up in frst - class style; Aahoganv Counters and Shelving; Office 1Desk-s and incan- descent Gas Fittirgs, compiete; splennid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR SALE. POIL GEN-UINE UGH-CLA SXI?,W D-HRANtD M'COY & SON7S, UR NTR SG T THFe LARGEST STOCK1E r? IRELLAND WERY D;OSCRI'lION OF H1t0SEHOLD rEup-nSHtSOS. OFFICE lFIJURNITURE A SPTEIALITFY. FARTSOUSE ANts so oo.,8I 6, SMITHFIELD Telephone 739. 25020 LARGE GROCERY Subscribers-only content

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