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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates. ALDGATE.

    Gate Bishops Gate Moor Gate Cripple Gate Alders Gate New Gate Lud Gate Temple Barr Here just South, going down divers Stone Steps , is the excellent Postern Spring, with an Iron Bowl and Chain fastened to catch the Water

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction Introduction

    then the western end of a ridge named Nidons which reaches the 15-m. contour. Thereafter the land falls beyond Moor Gate to 3-4m. on the alluvium and peat and the western edge of the sandy Burtle Beds . 15 The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the. B-eadth of Twentv-one Feet, It branching from the Colne Road at the Corner of Tubber Croft, on Moor Gate Enids, atid extending in a South Westerly Direction on the South Side of l- anid near to Lister Well, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Taelity oe Feet, leadinag from the anciert Ft igfliwy near Saloerforth Lane Head, and exteendius u~p to Salmerfqrsls Moor Gate, ard forward upon the Common to ano Allotment seontsfor John Stredale, Esqa for thge Oct i pa- otip of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and called Later- E l fell-Read. MOOR GATE ROAD-One other Private Oncu- pation Road, of the Breadth of Tvwenty-one Feet, leading up Moor Lane from the Village of Bar- 3 :noldswick to Moor Gate, and in a South Westerly i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EBENEZER WRIGHT was eharged wit aigftaosyotlr to aI stack of straw, at Moor Gate, on the 14th of August last, thul property of Mir.John Oxtey, solicitor, Rotherlerin. Mr. AD iS~andus Mr. MILVRrce appeared for the proseuction, anid Mr. Do.NDAS for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THREE COTTAGES or Tenements, with the Outbuildings arid the GARTH behind the sense, con- taisring A.2 3esitumate near the Moor Gate, in Kip- pa frsidi the several Occupations of John Stewart, Jams Bston and others. TeTenan ts ilshow the Premises, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Account of the Chamberlain's Clerk, 1535-6

    of the beggars 13s.4d., John Mowse his page 6s.8d.; Thomas Fourd his page 6s.8d.; William Wattes for keeping the Moor gate and ditches 6s.8d., [. . . 6s.8d. ] , 53 Henry Patenson 'desart' 6s.8d.; the 6 waits: Richard Strachon

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    In 1811 there was a toll-gate at Popett Lane, on the high road leading from Caerphilly to Bedwas bridge. MOOR GATE, The. The end of the road to the Cardiff Moors (1796.) MOOR HENGE, The. A fishery on the sea

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

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    Elizabeth Fletcher, Theft, 16/01/1740

    Fore-Street, in my way thither, I saw it was half an Hour past 8. When I had passed thro' Moor gate , I stopped to make Water. While I stood against the Wall, the Prisoner came up, and accosted me

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