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  • * British History Online * *

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    thanking him for interceding with the Queen for her consent to the works in connexion with the mills near London Br idge, and requesting him to further move Her Majesty for the prevention of all controversy hereafter to grant to

    Charles I - volume 298, September 16-30, 1635, 16 September 1635-30 September 1635

    from about Hoddesdon, 17 miles, to London: Mr. Gaye hath got it, for he undertakes the work with others. London Br idge is also commanded by the King to be built. It will cost 5,000 l ., but the citizens Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wholesslo Cu-stomers sepplied with a huz.<hel and u-pwardS On the gme torm -s the cicuated Prc Liet od the London Br ~~EVERY: VARiIETY OF Id. FARNHAM, WORCESTER, SUSSEX, AND KENT HOPSe a Oi the beet quality, al JOllN J(2WES, & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and labelled with Dr Dn JONGne signature, vWITHorT wusIC NONE IS GOErUNE, IN TrE COUNTRY by respectable Chemists, IN LONDON Br non SOLR A.O5NT, ANSAR, HARFOiID, AND CO. '7 STRAND, W.C. 11OLtOWAY'S OINTMENT and PILLS. L."I, William Cole. of i2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EAST LONDON RSAILWAY. (THROUGH THE THAMES TUNNEL), uo Coenecting, below London Br-idge, all the Railways entering Londf North and South Of th" Thcares. Incorporated by the Eact London Rail way Company's; AOt, 1W&. CAPITALD, Xl,00,ff0. In 14,000 Provisional Scrip Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESMEN'S ADDRESES. ifHE CASH 'SYSTEM. TAILORING ESTABLISHMTENT, 26, COLMTOBE BO W, OppOsie TrOH'LE Roiv WmEET ANu) ST. Prruzr's On-Rpaw. FOR GENTLEMEN WTMO RIIQUITIR NO CREDIT, ANI) xt1ahO, ilmmST IVWSIFING TO DnRSS WEPIL OBJECT TO BE TAXED FOR OTHIER PEOlIE'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;~COMM1ERCL,- AND MQONETARtY. I 1 ;)tYA _' _ L'OMM Ou1r Cityz Core.yjondent ] roots was only a moderate Tsondon, Frie'ay Evening. Mae r e"'as 01Y a rnoderate 1emard for Money in Lom- bard Street; ba owing to th4e short Subscribers-only content

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