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You searched for: Place: "New Buildings", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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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

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    SUBURBS without the Walls briefly touched: As also without the Liberties, more at large described. The Inhabitants. The Buildings. New Buildings forbid. A notable Speech of the Recorder. The Suburb without the Postern by the Tower. Wappin . The Chappel

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Im- Electric Telegraph; Health of Tos * provements, with Woodcut Illustra- Friendly Seieties; Rise and Foll of tions of New Buildings; Chronicle of Fonda Baths and Wethouses. Occurrences; Bankruptcy Analysis; Part 1.-Abstracts b cts Necrology of 1847. London: Charles Konight, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G-DYAL SCHOOL of NAVAL 1 AlCHITrECTUIRE and MARINE ENGINEERING. The Lords of tire Committec Of Council on Education ha-ve determined rinfer communication with the Admiralty snd tire justitnnto of Naval ArChitects, to open at South Kensington a School of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JAMES HOLLAND, Superintendent. L ONDON ARCHITECTURE-- L Tie BUILDER of this week, 4d., or by post 5d., contains-Vies of New Buildings in Mark-Lane -Illustrative Sections and Plan of Holborn Viaduct, with diecriptive particulars-Compensation for Houses and Land-Rotherham Hospital Competition- Water Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Council on Educa- tion, the instruction in Chemistry, Physics, Applied Mechanics. and Natural History will be given in the New Buildings, in the Exhibition- road, South Kensington. N ORTH BRITISH and MERCANTILE INSURANCE 5 l3()?4COPANIY. Established in 1809. Incorporated by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Assistont. Rosoall School. --'mcia attention to Modern Subjeets-SoiceC, Geography (Phyal- _4es)( Politicsll Modems Langugs Hitry, roliticail Economy, niii Drawing. New Buildings. Chemical Laboractory, large Oniclet ,mcold, Fives Courts, Sanatoristm. Rlesident Science Master: Mr. I'Aikrnse, BSe,, M.A. (fourteenth NYrangierl. Fees £52. Subscribers-only content

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