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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Deptford.

    Church, against the East Wall : M.S. Neer this Place are deposited the Bodies of Sir Richard Browne of Sayes Court in Deptford , Knight, and his Wife, Dame Joanna Vigorus of Langham in Essex , deceased, Novemb. 1618 .

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Deptford.

    belong to it. On the Arch going into the Garden is this Inscription: DOMINO POTIORA. Sir Richard Brown of Sayes Court in Deptford , Kt. and Bart. Elder Brother and Master in the Year 1672 , gave the Inheritance of

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Trinity House.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Benefactors.]

    a Catalogue by him to be brought in. Captain William Wilder . Anno 1672 , Sir Richard Brown of Sayes Court , in Deptford , Knt. and Bar. an Elder Brother, and Master, gave the Inheritance of his Lands in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, May 1667, 01 May 1667-31 May 1667

    the Navy Commissioners. His Majesty having been pleased on his own view of the situation of my house at Sayes Court and specially its abutment on a most noisome ditch, which separates it from the brick close and has exceedingly Subscribers-only content

    Volume 53, May 10-June 20, 1698, 10 May 1698-20 June 1698

    and gardens called Sayes Court, at Deptford, by the Czar of Muscovy and his retinue. The petitioner states that some time since he tooke the house of Jn o Evelyn, Esq r , call'd Sayes Court, at Deptford, and is

    Orders of the Navy Committee, 16 February 1650-31 December 1650

    and to certify their proceedings to the Committee. 128 " 29 " To send men to survey timber at Sayes Court, near Deptford, and certify what part will be necessary for the Navy. 129 June 4 " To send an Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    merchant; lxiv. 16. Evelin , Mr., Commissioner of Revenue, Ireland; xlv. 29. Evelyn , John, Esq., his house called Sayes Court, Deptford; liii. 4. -, letter signed; lvi. 48. -, John, Esq., his charges and salary as a Commissioner for

    Warrants etc, May 1701, 02 May 1701-31 May 1701

    and to convey and supply same to the inhabitants and tenants of the royal manors of East Greenwich and Sayes Court which are in very great want of good water and cannot be supplied therewith but with great labour and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bermondsey

    , on the representation of the prior and of John de Drokensford, king's clerk, then holding the manor of Sayes Court in West Greenwich , to inquire as to the breach in the bank and dike of the Thames near

    Parishes Chertsey

    Mr. Henry Cobbett . It once belonged to Admiral Sir Hyde Parker the elder, who died in 1782 . Sayes Court was an old house, the property of a family named Moore from the 17th to the end of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Noncouforsoiist. 'The statement in Truth to the effect that negotiations have been entered into for the purchase of Sayes Court (ans{ old' residence of Sir. Evelyn's family) on behalf of the Jesuits is authoritatively contradicted. Mr. Evelyn has no, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a recreation ground, end 11e has charged his estate with thi expense of maintaising it. It was at Sayes Court that l'eter the Great resided whvenl he was worling in Dclrtford dockyard, and there is a graphiic descsiptios in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    page oftdelectable fooling. Equally felicitous isthe phrase Or " decorated with beauty "--"FE slyn decorated withlfe beantyathe grounds of Sayes Court." Dr. Smiles's use of CI a the word " parvenu. " is peculiar, it is generally employed r, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diarist. He had seen to what oraetieal purpose they put it on the Continent, and when he settled at Sayes Court his holly hedge became at once his own pride and the glory of the neighbourhood. If there is something Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waggoner, and all others who use horses during the hot mollths.--Jourwal of Chewistry. AN UNDESIRABLE TEKAXNT.-The next tenant of Sayes Court was no other than "the Czar of Muscovy," as he was then called-the Peter the Great of Russian history. Subscribers-only content

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