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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, G

    a, charity for, 374. Garde de Corps' widow , a, charity for, 374. Gardens. See Royal Gardens. Garter , Order of the, annuity of, issues for, 221, 230, 273, 327. Chancellor of, 221, 327. Companions of, estimate for robes for,

    Index of Subjects, G

    G Gardens. See Royal Gardens. Garter , Order of the, annuity of, issues for, 137, 330. Chancellor of, 330. for the Duke of Gloucester, 39, 203; entertainment at the installation, charges of, 203, 206, 225. Gazette notices , 268. General

    Index of Subjects, G

    See King's Gardener. Gardens. See Royal Gardens. Garter , Order of the, Chancellor of, 248. for the Duke of Gloucester, installation fees, 243, 282. jewels, 234. Principal King at Arms, 297; issues to, 282. Gaugers. See Excise. Gazette notices, 7,

    Index of Subjects, G

    Gaols. See Prisons. Gardens. See Royal Gardens. Garter , Order of the, annuity for, issues for, 211, 329. Chancellor of (G. Burnet), 211, 329. for the Duke of Gloucester, entertainments upon the installation, 126. Garter King. See Heralds. of the

    Index of Subjects, G, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    trees , Scotch brewers, 477. Gamekeepers , 133, 485. Gardens . See Royal Gardens. Garter , Order of the, annuity for, issues for, 90, 253, 481. Chancellor of (G. Burnet), 253, 400. Poor Knights of Windsor, payment to, 103. Prelate

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The PALACE.

    the Robes. Treasurer of the Chamber. Master of the Jewel-House . Historiographer. Poet Laureat. Principal Painter. Surveyer of the Royal Gardens and Waterworks . Keeper of the Library. Master of the Ceremonies. Assistant Master and Marshal. Groom-Porter. Master of the

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    And by God's Blessing such Encrease did find, As serv'd to please his gracious Master's Mind. Till from those Royal Gardens he did rise, Transplanted to the happy Paradise . Judith Darel, one of the Daughters of Nicholas Darel, Dr.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a A iLL representing H1IS MAJESTY PASSING TiLBURaYnFOeRT.l si, VAUXtALL CLOSING FOR THE SEASON. T HE Proprietors of the Royal Gardens most repeolfu.ll flounce, that VAUXHALL WILL FINALLY CLOSE NExt FRI. DAY, consequently there will be but THREE MOR E Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unim- peachable character, who was charged with receiving plants into his nur- sery which had been stolen from the Royal Gardens at Kew, was sent to jail as a common felon, although bail to any amount was tendered for his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal Gardens; and at Fenturn and Cs, Music Warehoese, Strand; Clementi and Co. Music Warehouse, Cheap- side; nical Saloon, 136, Regentstreet; London Genuine Tea Company, la, gate-bidl, 8, Garing-cross, and 343, Oxford-street; London Wine Company, ill, fleet-street. Royal Gardens, Vauxisall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Vauahall Bridge. The superb Silver Cup and Cover will be pfesente to oe fortacate Winn er in the Royal Gardens in the Evening.-The CO-NCERT v.. inclade the new Birth-Day Ode, and the Grand Battle i Sinfania, both comn- osed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ESPECIAL PATRONAGE OF HIS MAJESTY. ROYAL GARDENS, VAUXHALL.-In obedience to the wis~e;e of the lthlstrious and Distingouibed Personages, and of that large prOpor tion oi' the aubic who honoured the Royal Gardens with their presence, dusi, the pastveek. and Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blenheim The King's houses

    Bodl. Wood 276 b, f. 43v., reproduced with a transcript of the key in H. M. Colvin , ' Royal Gardens in Medieval Eng.' Medieval Gardens, ed. E. B. MacDougall ( Dumbarton Oaks Research Libr. and Colln. 1986 ), fig.

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Foresters' great day. -- A grand fete

    notice] F MOLESTERS' GKEAT DAY.— A GRAND FETE _ will take place at the .ROYAL GARDENS. North Wool-? ..fch, on MONDAY. July 19, 13C9. in AID of the FUNDS of? the LONDON ilOiSPITAL. Never in the history of fetes has Subscribers-only content

    Royal Gardens, North Woolwich

    (Great show of English and Continental beer) [Beer, Brewing industry, Exhibitions, Advertisements, advertisement] 'ia«aaaoo« 'smvir) H V ui d ox o^ mv 31 uiojj liuC '^^P-nn^S ^^ ^sui? mfil '.f«puoj\i mojj i£Bp itJ3Aa uodo uwraaa \\\m. uoi^nqittxg: siix ^% Subscribers-only content

    These magnificent gardens will be open for promenade every Sunday

    (Royal Gardens, North Woolwich) [Amusements, Gardens, Handbills, advertising] ROYAL GARDENS, NORTH WOOLWICH. SOLE PROPRIETOR - MR. W. BOLLAND. z ? o < ? (0 < ? O z < THESE MAGNIFICENT GARDENS WILL BE OPEN FOR PROMENADE EVERT SUNDAY. TiaiEJ Subscribers-only content

    Open on Good-Friday

    (Royal Gardens, North Woolwich) [Amusements, Gardens, Handbills, advertising] 0 fl? t 0 ROYAL GARDENS, NORTH W00L"W1CH.? OPEjV OiV OOOD-FRIDATX UNHEARD OF ATTRACTIONS DURING EAS^EfJ WEEK. Ed "VT^- H:OXjILiJ^3Sr3D Sole Proprietor ; also Proprietor of the CANTERBURY HALL, WeBtniiimter Road, and? Subscribers-only content

 

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