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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Poplar and Blackwall.

    . The fertile Soil of the Marsh here is much admired, usually known by the Name of The Isle of Dogs : So called, because, when our former Princes made Greenwich their Country Seat, and used it for Hunting, (they

    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    Westwards, is the River Lee , which parts the County of Essex from Middlesex . Next is the ISLE of DOGS; being a low Marshy Ground, so called, as is reported, for that a Waterman carried a Man into this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Greenwich pensioners, the soldiers and marines assembled on duty, presented a lively picture to the eye. The Isle of Dogs, usually so deserted and so sombre, displayed a moving mass of animation, The acclamations were loud and reite- rated Subscribers-only content

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    or that of his friends. Wednesday, Feb. 23. VOTING ON PRIVATE BEITS. On the second reading of the Isle of Dogs Rail-way bill, Mr. GiRex- unit noticed the rejection of his vote on the St. Katherine's Dock bill but, he Subscribers-only content

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    instant, an accident occurred at the Isle of Dogs, to one of the men employed in quarrying stones there for the New London-bridge. A carriage. heavily laden with stone, whilst being propelled along a rail-way, came in contact with one Subscribers-only content

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    host of their. partizans. They fought seventeen rounds, but being disturbed by the police, they went to the Isle of Dogs, to terminate the fight; but before the men set-to, they expressed a wish to draw the stakes and shake Subscribers-only content

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    met on Thursday, when the Marquis of LoONDON- waru y enquired whether the levies now assembling in the Isle of Dogs would have the protection of Lord Eliot'sconvention ? His lordship then 'ead the decree of Don Carlos, which has Subscribers-only content

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

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    Henry Jackson, John Hill, Theft, Theft, 28/02/1728

    prisoners, they went on the 6th of Feb. last, into a place, call'd the East Marshes, in the Isle of Dogs , and that there they took a Sheep, and he helped the prisoners to kill it, and that the

    ISAAC HOLLOWAY, Theft, 09/07/1800

    I am a millwright , I am employed under the City, in the new canal works, in the Isle of Dogs ; I saw the double sheave-blocks in use on Saturday the 17th of May, and on the Monday morning

    WILLIAM CUTTS, Theft, 06/12/1827

    RICHMOND. Near the beginning of April last I sent a dark brown gelding to the marshes in the Isle of Dogs , to feed - I did not see it there myself; it was under the care of Lawrence, the

    John Hill, Theft, 28/02/1728

    and depos'd, That himself, the Prisoner, and one Jackson, took the Sheep out of the Marshes, call'd the Isle of Dogs ; but the Prosecutor not making it plainly appear that the Sheep was actually his, the Jury acquitted him.

 

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