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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Bennet's Yard, very ordinary. Market street, falls into the Mill Bank , and is but ordinary, Vine street , a pretty handsome open Place, which also falls into Mill Bank : On the South Side is Campaine Alley, which goeth

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    in all Tuthil Fields. And thence to the Thames beyond Peterborough House , at the upper End of the Mill Bank : And down along by the Thames unto Whitehall . And from Tuthill Fields it runs cross the Fields,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, July 1738, 01 July 1738-26 July 1738

    old Palace of Westminster, which as described in ancient Acts of Parliament, extend from the King's slaughter house, near Mill Bank, northward, along the Thames to the Woolstaple, and westward alone Abingdon gardens and the college wall to the Parliament

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1713

    Wednesday next to give Commissioners information about the bricks used in fo undation of new church now building near Mill Bank, in St Margaret Westminster. 3. Cross and Bulstrode to be desired to view the bricks used about foundation and

    Entry Book, January 1673-4, 01 January 1674-31 January 1674

    Money IV. p. 158. Same from same to same to have opened at the Earl of Peterborough's house at Mill Bank, Westminster, four parcels of goods lately brought from France in the "Anne" yacht. Ibid . Jan. 10 Same from

    Index, M, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    to Excise and Customs officers . See Smugglers (assistance). -, contingencies (Ireland). See Contingencies. -, establishment. See Army, Ireland. Mill Bank . See Streets. Miller , Andrew, 623. -, Charles, 285. -, Hugh, 285, 623. -, James, 68. -, Thomas

    Charles II, April 1680, 01 April 1680-30 April 1680

    ] . Enquired of Grange what he knew of the D[uke of ] M[onmouth ] being bred on the Mill Bank. They both spoke with Joyce. A woman had a discourse of a George and jewels and of a writing Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darllenwyd F ad- enwau y personau canlynol i fad yn ymddiriedolwyr ar ma ddarn o dir a bwrcasvwyd yn Mill Bank, Caergybi. i adef- c na adu ysgoldy,-AMri. Thomas F. Evans, Plas - Meio; 5 ar Thomas Morris, Longford house; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dau 15 oed; goreD, E. Roberts, Cefndy, ail, Edwin Pritchard, Mill Bank; 2. Cys- tadleuatbh sr adrodd darn o ferddonieeth, i rai dan 10 oed; goreu, Sarah Pritchard, Mill Bank; ail, M. Williams. 3. Oystadleuseth ar ddadganu y ddaa lais, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CorrL Cfodd fel yr haeddai gladdedigaeth barchas iawn. JoNEs.-Ar y laf cyfizol, wedi hir nyhbdod, Mr. Robet Jones, Rock-street, Mill Bank, Caergybi. Gadw*odd weddw sc un plsntyn i alaru eu coloed ar ei ol. Tad yr amddifaid a Barnwr y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhuthyn, ysgol Llanfwrog, yn gyfartal, 83. 19. E P Davies, Efel Uehaf, Llansannan, 80. 20 a 21. Jeminma Roberts, Mill Bank. Llanrhaiadr, 1 ysgol y Pentre, as Ellsn Elizabeth Lloyd, Pentre Farm, Yl Llanilwy, yn gyfartal, 79. 22, 23 a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. W. Jones (Andronicua), ar fab. OWEN.-Ar yr 11eg cyfisol, priod y Parob. Owen Owens, Mill Bank, Aufleld-road, Liverpool, ar ferch. PRIODASAU. EDWABDS-JONLS.-Ar yr Ileg cyfisol, yn nghapel Tal- ybent, Bala, gan y Parch. E. Peters, Mr. Morris Edwards. Maeaywaun, Subscribers-only content

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

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    Richard Coe, Theft, 03/06/1767

    . * George Tatton . I am servant to Mess. William Fletcher and John Arnold , stone merchants on Mill bank . Last Monday morning was a week, I got up at half an hour after twelve o'c lock at

    WILLIAM PEARCE, WILLIAM CHANDLER, Theft, 18/02/1795

    believe you are a corn factor ? - Yes. Q. Had you any warehouse to deposit corn in at Mill Bank , on the 22d of February? - Yes, I have had that place for some years; I believe all

 

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