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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. A DECEITFUL LovER.-Joseph Nortitwas on Monday placed at the bar, at Clerkenwell, charged by Miss Char- lotta Arabelia Balfe, a young woman who described herself as "an-artificial flower maker," of North road, Pentonville, with having stolen and illegally Subscribers-only content

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    balance of £5,103. should Ibe carried to the reserve fund, which will then be £-50,321. The new premises at Temple Gate, Bristol, have been completed, and this branch was opened for business on the A Ma last. As conducive to Subscribers-only content

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    ALEXANDER and DANIEL, and M Z Messrs BAIRARD, THOMAS and Co., will B3tLL by AUCTRtN, at the Cattle Market, Temple Gate, Bristol, on FPiDAY NEXT, May d, unctually at Twelve o'clock, and positively without reserve, for the beneit of whom Subscribers-only content

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    back the sheep from following her lamb Into the Temple. A blind beggar, clothed in sackcloth, alts at the Temple gate asking alms. The architecture of the Temple is very nobly conceived and wonderfully drawn. The columns supporbing the roof Subscribers-only content

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    S6. Bs. per iathom of 144 cubic feet dehvered free of carriate to Bilrintugiam,-Appl_ to Jobn lHeeven aotd Co.. Temple Gate, Bristol. 482 ?O(tJUS, Fssur-panel, is. 6d., Frames, Windotes, &c. List of prices 0a free.-Johnson and Son, 02, Great Brook Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Bristol

    1313 by Simon de Montacute , who gave them a piece of land 100 ft. square hard by the Temple Gate of the town. 37 In 1317 William de Montacute gave them an adjacent plot for the enlargement of their

    Houses of Military Orders The Temple

    Temple: in 1373 , when he was engaged in a dispute with the City over a right-of-way through the Temple Gate to the Temple Bridge ; 136 and in 1381 , when the rebels did a great deal of damage

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOUNT, Thomas I (d.1441), of Temple Street, Bristol.

    projected tower, and, to the parish, 500 lbs. of lead to be made into pipes for carrying water from Temple Gate to Temple Cross. He also made bequests to the mendicant priests of Bristol, and to Wells cathedral. Blount’s second

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