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  • * British History Online * *

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    Smithfield

    City officers in the mean time holding possession and receiving the benefits of weighing hay and straw in Smithfield, Puddle Dock, and all other places within the Liberties of the City, and being accountable to Lanier for the mean profits

    America and West Indies, January 1725, 16-31, 01 January 1725-31 January 1725

    Plantations. Cf. 12th Jan. Endorsed as preceding. 2 1/4 PP. [ C.O. 323, 8. No. 59. ] Jan. 18. Puddle Dock. 470 . Mr. Wycherley to Mr. Popple. Prays that a short day may be appointed for hearing Thames Shipwrights

    Entry Book, October 1662, 01 October 1662-31 October 1662

    St. Martin's le Grand; a house in Swithin Lane; a house in Sherborne Lane; and in Duke Humphries, near Puddle Dock: the posse ssors of all which houses are merchants and foreigners except one, who is a Scotohman. Ibid ,

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    Justice of cos. Chester, Flint, Denbigh, and Montgomery, letter of minute of petition to grant to Puckeridge , Eleanor Puddle Dock , London Pugh , William Pulham , William Pulloxhill , co. Bedford, paper relating to shipmoney Pulteney , Sir Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Bull and Gate in Holborn Bull's Head tavern on Tower Hill Chyrurgeon's Arms , Temple Bar Crooked Billet near Puddle Dock Dog Tavern , Drury Lane The French Arms Golden Ball , by St. James's House The Golden Rummer in Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Thurrock

    Orsett ) at high tide. 47 Plans for a canal to Battlesbridge in Rawreth in 1825 and one to Puddle Dock , Great Warley in 1833 , both to follow the Mardyke closely, were not carried out. 48 An experimental

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Waetern extremity of tJppr ln'uames-street, London. The buitding in qusrtion wa3 erected upon the site of Old Puddle Dock. Tlin mill was known as "the largest flour mill it the world, and a. gigantic exam ple of mechanical Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the western extremity of Upper Thames-street, London. The building in question was erected upon the site of Old Puddle Dock. The mil was known as lithe largest flour mill in the world, and a gigantic example of mechanical skill." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Patriotic citizens 'of Ports- mouth, come cut m your strength-fr'om Gravelly Ridge - to Rebellion Road, from Jericho to Puddle Dock, rally to the polls on Tueisday next, and vote for-whomh you 'please." True Bisnor or Exr~rcn's PAsToaAz ADDnnss,-The Bishop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Alad- ley: and on Friday, at Dimdor Park-at half-past ten. Lord Peter's Hounds will meet on1 Monday, a, Puddle Dock; on Thursday, at Purleigh Dock, anid oni Saturday at Mucking-at ten. MIr. Giles's Hounds will meet on Alonday, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I I{NTING APPOI-N'IT.MENTS. Her Majesty's Stag hounds will meet onl Monday, at Stoke Common ; on Wedniesday, at evw Lodge, Wiullfield ; and on Friday, at the HiVagpies-at eloven. Mr. Mure's hounds sill meet onl Moneday,at Borough Green; and Subscribers-only content

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

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    RICHARD DARNELL, Theft, 29/04/1778

    [The prisoner was detected in the night by a watchman, as he was coming out of a barge at Puddle Dock , with the coals upon him. ] GUILTY . Tried by the Second London Jury before Mr. RECORDER. [Whipping.

    WILLIAM BIRCH, JOHN MARRS, Theft, 06/05/1818

    had some business in Rutland-place, Upper Thames-street. As I returned I saw three men and five women together by Puddle Dock -their conduct rivetted my attention. I saw a respectably dressed man pass them. Two of them immediately separated from

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