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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 8 Locks, Wears and Mills.

    , and other Places. That they were also of great Necessity for the Passage of Barges, and especially at Low Waters . For The Benefit of the River Thames . J. S. Locks and Wears on it. The Danger of

    Book 1, Chapter 9 Locks, Wears and Mills.

    Hindrance, or rather Undoing; considering that without them they could not pass; and that many times, and especially at Low Waters , they were enforced to desire the shutting of the said Locks, to the end to convey Water for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ai have received. 'Elsey are not seen in her custody, but oer- al tain rags are picked up at Low Waters, in- a populens Il vicinity, and these are said to he part of ties prisoner's in dress. Wheat proves Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM LAST NIGIiT'S LONDON GAZETTE. BANKR1UPTS. Robert Jordun, Craie's-court, London, army agent-London, 12th 1 August Henry Hawthorn, Sloanio-streat, London, coach mraker-London, 12th August ' J. Catimpbell Robertson, Inncastcr-road, London-London, 20th August Gco. Noble, Wanstead, trading in Gloicester and London Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the last witness, gave evidence of a similar kind to their bI mother. William Gibscn and his wife, of Low Waters, near Hamilton, were then examined, and in their evidence stated that the prisoner had called at their public- t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was taken away before I got it done. ELIZABETH GIBSON, sworn- Where <b> jou live, Mrs Gibson ? At Low Waters. How far is that from Hamilton?' About a male. What road is it on ? The Sfcrathswten. Road. Look Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WfiTiraft WIttFOAST FOR TO-DAY. (Meteorological Orticz Report, Issued at 8 p.m. Yesterday.) C. Scotland, N. -Westerly or north-westerly winds, moderate; unsettled; some enow showers. 1. Scotland, E.- Do. 2. England, N.E.-D*. 3. England, E.- Westerly winds, fresh or strong Subscribers-only content

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