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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. New Buildings.

    among the magnalia Coronæ, there were no such Prerogatives as are Leges Forestæ [i.e. the Laws The Queen's Proclamation against new Buildings. Inmates. The Lord Treasurer makes a Speech against the new Buildings. The Lawyer's Speech against the new Buildings.

    Book 5, Chapter 31 [Orders set forth] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [by the Lord Maior.]

    in remembrance, and dilgently lookt into. First, For Execution of the Queen's late Proclamation, namely, against the Encrease of new Buildings, and Multiplication of Families within the City of London , and three Miles Compass of the same. Which Proclamation

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. New Buildings.

    the Walls. New Buildings . for Punishments of Offenders. And that towards the Governour's Pains, Charges and Travel in establishing them in an orderly Government, and having care of the Continuance of the same, it might be lawful for them

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. A Proclamation.

    Multiplicity of Buildings in and about the Suburbs and within ten Miles thereof. The Preamble sets forth, how these New Buildings , Outhouses and Cottages were found to be mischievous and inconvenient, and a great Annoyance and Nusance to the

    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 Gresham College.

    Provided, however, that the Lecturers Houses and Hall be built in the Manner * specify'd; and that all those New Buildings be lyable, together with the Royal Exchange , & c. in the first Place, and before all other Charges,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Wenlock Nonconformity

    in 1930 . 85 In the early 1930s rallies organized by Dawley and Madeley Methodist circuit were held at New Buildings Farm 86 and the village hall. 87 T.S.A.S . 2nd ser. i. 91. H.W.R.O.(H.), Heref. dioc. rec., visit, return.

    The Old Ashmolean Museum

    the payment in 1678 -9 of 1 s . 8 d . for 'part of the Rent of the New Buildings ' and in the following year ( Aug. 1679 - Aug. 1680 ) of half a crown to the

    Parishes Orcheston St Mary

    New Buildings were built. 33 Most of Greenland camp had been demolished by 1979 , 34 and in 1991 a crescent of huts used by the Wiltshire Army Cadet Force was all that remained of the camp near New Buildings

    The Queen's College THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE

    mention the removal of wainscot from the former parlour to 'a chamber in the lodging'. The next of the new buildings to be erected were the hall and chapel. These were to run across the medieval quadrangle from west to

    Magdalen College

    determined by the statutes of 1480. But the decayed hospital had only a master and four chaplains and until new buildings were ready in 1480 8 it is unlikely that accommodation could be found there for many. Mayew was amicably

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    came in.-Plysoutnh Telegraph. An eccentric character and'well-known musician in these towns, called Billy Roller, died last night at the New Buildings, aged 69 years, who was always supposed to be id the depths of poverty; Lbut in his miserable looking Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Worcester, the bill of costs was Nixnry PounDs! ! NEW BcILDINu S.-The Committee have presented their Report on the New Buildings at Westminster. They are as sparing as may be ip reproaches, bJUt yet say enough to excite shame, we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by an immense body guard. Her Majesty's atten- tioh seemed to be particularly attracted on her arrival opposite the New Buildings at Whitehall. A long train of noblemen and gentlemen's car- 5iages followed, which were filled with ladies of distinction. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    esquisitely engraved On steel, of : - LOND)ON in tbe NINETEENTH CENTURY; or, JOleeS', Series of Views of the New Buildings, Improvements, &c. of the Metra' polis, engraved by the most erni oent Artists of the day, from original drawiegs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hart street, Bloomsbury square. ETATION AL LOAN FUND LIFE N ASSURANCE and DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY, 26 Cornhill, London; 67 New Buildings, North Bridge, Edinbhrgh; 36 Westmoreland street, Dublin; 28 South Castle street, Liverpool; 47 Princess street, Manchester; 9 Clare street, Subscribers-only content

 

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