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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Anne Black Friers.] Faringdon Ward within. [Liberties.]

    , of whom the same Friers was then holden. 2. Item, The Lord of St. Johns hath usually made the Bridge at the Thames , adjoining to the said Friers, and not the City of London , & c. 3.

    Book 1, Chapter 6 The River of THAMES.

    of the Stream, insomuch that after a great Land Flood , you take up Haddocks with your Hands beneath the Bridge, as they float aloft on the Water; whose Eyes are so blinded with the Thickness of that Element, that

    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE. Accidents on the Bridge.

    A Justing on the Bridge. Nine Persons crowded to Death on London Bridge . Tower on London Bridge builded. Jack Cade entred the City by the Bridge. Bastard Fawconbridge besieged the Bridge. An House on the Bridge fell down. Sir

    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE.

    was so dried up, and such want of Water there, that between the Tower of London and the Bridge, and under the Bridge, not only with Horse, but also a great Number of Me n, Women and Children, did wade

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Lizmie Edwards, Wellington Road, ,di mor garedig ag ufuddhau i alwad y cadeirydd, a ; 'n chanodd " The Bridge," yn y modd mwyaf cymerad- yr wy. Rhoddodd John Roberts, Ysw., U.H., amryw ws gynghorion pwrpasol i'r cyfeillion i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6s. 6d. * LOT ]IL A Pair of Oleographe (Ladscapes) sfter Hillier, entitled `A Castle in the Mcele and 'The Bridge." Size 16 by 12 in. Price Os. Cd. the Pair, post free. LOT IV. A Pair of pretty Oleographs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. S) yr oedd y rhai oanlynol o olygfeydd Cym. ca' reig,-" Broken Spectre " ar y Wyddfa, " The Bridge Ch at Pont-y-pair," a golygfeydd eriUM o ardal Bettws. y-coed; Llyn Llanberis a Chastenl Dolbadarn, "The mo Cwrt Plas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of at strongr French fior at one end of the bridge, which being carried, and thle E7renQct drriven scross the bridge, the fort at the other ivas abandoped, and the bridge and forts destroyed. On tble Exergue, or small divjsion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I Party is the madness of 3aiky for the pain of a few.-pop,. INTENDED SUPPRESSION OF THE CATHOLIC ASSO- CIATION. WE propose to examine, a little in detail, the various allegations against the Catholic Association, upon Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Notes on the gates of the burgh in 1649

    the Bridgegait. On 14th September, 1644, the port was ordered to be taken down, and rebuilt nearer the river. The Bridge port or Bridgegate port frequently confounded with the Water port formed the chief entrance to the town from the

    Supplementary Records, Mansergh

    taken over the road leading from Rigmaden gate to the main Sedbergh-K. Lonsdale road, including the bridge over the Lune and asking that the bridge be made a county bridge. It is 151 feet long including the abutments, a stone

    Bridges

    in the year 1366 a toll for the repair of the Bridge was granted, to continue for three years. How long it subsequently continued does not appear. The Bridge was from time to time repaired by contributions of the charitable,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 29 June 1660, 29 June 1660-29 June 1660

    taken away during the late Troubles. Upon Information given this Day to the House, That Mr. Holt , of The Bridge , in the County of Lancaster , and others, in and about Boulton , in the said County, do

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 30 November 1647, 30 November 1647-30 November 1647

    with the Cha rge of Reparations, estimatively, are as followeth; ( videlicet ,) £ . s . d . "The Bridge leading into the Fort, containing Eighty Feet in Length and Twelve Feet Broad, being decayed, is to be repaired

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

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    Thomas Sutton, Elizabeth Browne, Theft, 10/09/1680

    their Tryals, for Breaking and Robbing the House of Mr. Richard King , a Mercer upon the Bridge , in the Parish of St. Olives Southwark ; the manner of the Robbery was as follows: The two persons before-mentioned, on

 

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