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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. London Stone.

    S. Charities. Parsonage. Prior of Tortington 's Inn. Oxford Place by London Stone . Empson and Dudley dwelt hereabouts. London Stone . Lib. Trin. Antiquity of London Stone . Read Mr. John Speed , what he saith thereof, and of

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    John Hind *, Draper. This John Hend was a new Builder of the Parish Church of St. Swithen, by London Stone . A.D. 1405 . } { Henry Barton . 7 Hen' IV. } Sheriffs, { William Cromer . *

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward.

    WARD. The Bounds. St. Swithens Church , London Stone . Stocks Market . St. Mary Woolchurch . St. Stephen Walbrook . St. Johns upon Walbrook . St. Mary Bothaw . Whether Henry Fitz Alwyne was buried there. The present State

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. Stocks Market.

    your good Lordship and Masterships, the Inhabitants dwelling about the Stockes Wev. Monum. p.352. London Stone for measuring Miles. And for publick Declarations. London Stone set up perhaps for religious Worship. Mr. Owen of Shrewsbury . Walbrook Street . Walbrook

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Great Housekeeping. Alms Deeds.

    hath been noted within these Forty Years, to have rid into this City, and so to his House by London Stone , with Fourscore Gentlemen, in a Livery of Reading Tawny , and Chains of Gold about their Necks, before

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 1-2 Richard III (1483-5)

    and the probable identity of its site with that of the house once occupied by Henry Fitz Eylwine, of London Stone, the first Mayor, see note to the will of Henry Eburton, infra , Roll 226 (10). 1 The first

    Memorial CXXIV, The Great Crosby School

    of Farringdon, within the City of London, and all those my two houses lying in Saint Swithin's Lane, near London Stone, with their and every of their appurtenances, and the reversion and reversions thereof. To the end and intent that

    Cases brought before the committee, January 1643, 01 January 1643-31 January 1643

    to that effect, his assessment taken off, and the sequestration discharged. 5 63 Rich. Owing, Rector of St. Swithin's, London Stone. 26 Jan. 1643. Vol. A No. or p. Information by Fras. Barton, churchwarden, that having the declaration of Parliament Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1585, 16-20, 16 November 1585-20 November 1585

    serve you to the uttermost. The Blue house, by Embden. 16 November, 1585. Add. Endd. From M. Lygeard at London Stone. Seal of arms . [ Germany, States, III . 85. ] Nov. 17. Edzard, Count of East Friesland, to

    Orphanage

    of St. Swithin, London Stone, called Oxford Place, orginally the property of the Priors of Tortington, Sussex, and subsequently belonging to the Earls of Oxford. He was buried in the Church of St. Swithin, London Stone, the living of w

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Staines Local government The Urban District of Staines

    of Staines Bridge in gold; in chief two swans proper facing one another, and in base a representation of London Stone gold b etween two seaxes erect, their blades sliver and their blades silver and their pommels and hilts gold.

    Enfield Protestant nonconformity

    Devon ) in 1660 . 59 In 1672 John Sheffield (d. 1680), the ejected rector of St. Swithin , London Stone , was licensed to preach in Enfield , 60 where in 1672 a house belonging to John Hocklie was

    Staines Introduction

    bank above the town in 1613 and was moved farther from the river in 1619 . 83 The present London Stone in the Ashby Recreation Ground was apparently there by 1781 and bore the inscription 'God preserve the city of

    Index K-Z

    St. Peter le Poor, St. Peter, Westcheap, St. Stephen, Coleman St ., St. Stephen, Walbrook , St. Swithin , London Stone , St. Thomas the Apostle , St. Vedast , Foster Lane , London , City of, streets: Abchurch Lane,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jest published. No. I of j EN N IN G 'S P AR IS, Four Views, price is.-Paris and its Environa displayed iC a Series of Picturesque Views from Original Drawings, taken expressly for this Work, comprising Views on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Ancient London. By the author of " Chronicles of London Bridge." CONTENTS: The Crusade Prophet; a Legend of London Stone. Master Ro- bert Shallow ; a Legend of Clement's Inn. The Talisman of St Barnabas; a Legend of Cheapside. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stomach and an empty one; and its title, Harlequin and Duhe Humphrey's Dinner, or Jack Cade the Lord of London Stone. How shall we best describe the humours of the Introduction I-If an elderly gentleman, of brilliant fancy and sparkling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Portia, Mrs Warner; Nerisa, Mrs Keeley. With the New Pantomime of HARLEQUIN AND DUKE HUMPHREY'S DINNER; or, JackCade. theLordof London Stone. On Tuesday, THE POINT OF HONOUR. Bertha, Miss Helen Faacit (her first appearance). With a News Farce, called THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oxford street. daily, from eleven till two, and five till eight. On Sundays from ten till twelve. TO THE LONDON STONE. i Hil, curious Relic of the Olden Time, Thy Stone shall form the subject of a ditty For thou Subscribers-only content

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