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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    the Nobility and Gentry, especially the West Side, which affords larger Houses, having Gardens behind, as far as the Park Wall : And the Enjoyment of so good a Prospect and free Air, makes them to be taken up by

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields. Palace at St. James's.

    considerable Parts are laid down, to wit, the Buildings on the West Side of St. James's-street , to the Park Wall , Albemarle Buildings, and so to Stretton-street , on the Backside of Berkley House . The rest as far

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bladon Economic history

    presumably the Hensgrove which was taken into Woodstock Park during the Middle Ages. 63 Four pasture closes near the park wall, called the Grove closes in the 16th century, had originally been wood. 64 No pasture was recorded in the

    The City of Coventry List of streets Street plan in 1923

    . 40 The S. end is now ( 1965 ) blocked by a row of shops. PARK SIDE* ( Park Wall , 1851; 41 Park Side , c . 1874) 42 was constructed along the line of the city wall,

  • * British History Online *

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    Declared Accounts, Works

    Yard to the Cockpit, Palace Yard, Wharf Street, James's Court, the Friary before St. James's Gate and by the Park Wall near Berkley House 828 17 7 Salaries and allowances of officers of the Works 1,447 17 4 Money paid

    Minute Book, May 1714, 01 May 1714-31 May 1714

    Council . Memorial [read ] from Capt. Studholm touching the Great Avenue at Windsor, the road about the House Park Wall and the road to Fulham. An estimate for Fulham Road and for the road round the Park to be

    Warrants etc, January 1700, 02 January 1700-31 January 1700

    "All the ground on the south side of the said fowl keeper's house extending towards Long Ditch between the Park Wall and Duke Street houses was granted in 1690 to Sir Henry Fane. Ibid ., p. 322 d . Same

    Volume 198, January 2-March 30, 1716, 02 January 1716-30 March 1716

    gives the following particulars of the state of the Park: 1. The pallisades w ch are in y e Park Wall and grateings are so broke down, that people get in and both steal and disturb the deer, and y

    Warrant Books, March 1708, 21-25, 21 March 1708-25 March 1708

    etc of New Windsor praying consideration for the loss of the improvements on the 31 acres lying between the Park Wall & the Thames, of which they have been deprived since May 1706 by reason of the building the new

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning, about five o'clock, in a large wagon hovel in the stack yard of Mr. James Birch, of the Park Wall Farm, Perry Barr, by which two carts, one of which was loaded with straw, a wagon, and sundry implements, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I STOIJU3RIDGE COMMISSIONERS MEETING I i 'YESTERDAY. The monthly meeting of the Commissioners was held at the Commissioners' R~oom, yesterday, when there were present Messrs. Pitman (voted to the chair), G. Perry, Maurice, StrInger, Pearson, Fennell, Prescott, Woold- ridge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUAATIONS VACANIT P ~s~'l l"-i aned, i godJunor fr glealtrade.-A~py ':'rI- jj',itod, re,.lipct.LbIe ylting Irat. as arjnsisajtilt. II) fat Jiefircee v)elm&nt.-Alitiy, Dai'Bo tthors, Briptol IT tT totim rapey Wated.-Appy to Samuel S. Plant, -~ r~li~l~S~t~l Italerdaushory.-Wsntetsl, at on, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apply, I, George Road,_Edgiml on. cR13 URS godd) Wanted, about 22. for once baby,-Apptly, LIanlcerla Villa, Moseley, oppcosite theo Park Wall. c2R55 ANEa No io0IO, aiotit 22. GostS claractar lodiepen- WVY Pcable-Apply, iThe H-urst, Ailcert Il'oad, foarborne. c23iS 1.URtSEilAID Wanted. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1. Oeorge Rtoad. Edgtaston. e0113 URE( dl Wanted, client 22. for oie bahly.-Appily, Laianhris . -Villa, sleoeleY, olsposite the Park Wall. cO2lS WAANTED-,a N~nrs Girfl, ~ahoutl 21. Good chareter indisnlen. ~Vsablo.-Apply, Tiso1 urst, Albert Road, Harberno. c23lO N URSEAIAID Wanted.. Subscribers-only content

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