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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 25 Schools. St. Paul's School. Salaries.

    or Priest, that hath no Benefice with Cure or Service: To be whole in Body. The High Master to chuse him, as the Room shall be void; and to be confirmed by the Surveyors of the School; Lodgings to be

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    and Henry Polstred, Esquires, in 3. Edw. 6. Since the Dissolution, the same Chapel hath served as a Parliament-House: The High Court of Parliament, consisting of Knights, Citizens and Burgesses of Parliament, was formerly in the Chapter House of the

    Book 6, Chapter 1

    John send to them to that Purpose. Preceptum fuit Vicecomitibus London , ad reparandum viam à London ad Westmonasterium. The High -way of the Strand from Temple-bar to the Savoy , seems to have been paved about An. 1385 ,

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    the Government hath been spoken of before; and it is now as in former Times. Its Chief Officer is the High Steward, and he usually a Personage of the highest Rank of Nobility. He is chosen by the Dean and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Yonday, Feb. 1. Tlie Marqiiis of LANsDOWN moved for certain papers relative to the disputes between Sir Tlhomas.Raffles and the Dutch, re. specting the island of Java. After the British had taken that ialand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , v'w-'o 9 thanks to Sir R. Wilson, the High Bailiff, asd Mur. ult- utit two former returned tlilnks, but the latter abht iwed i: critl.- ance~with the wishes of the High Bailiff, who s'aid t!1at Dt - . not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of duty on their parts, and a shamneful aban- dotirnnt of the jirst rights of tlto subijeet. (Applause. ) The High Sheriffof Bork-bshie oughit to have been in -his (Sir F. Bar- deti's) situation; atd by this exercise of-his will Subscribers-only content

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    a respecoble requisition, addressed to the High Bailiff, a meeting was held on Wednesday, for the purpose of consideriig the measures now in pro- gress Ilrongh Parliament. Temporary hustings were erected on this occasion opposite the Royal Hotel, in Co- Subscribers-only content

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    of their people. le had often observed, that he was the last Jew of his branch of the Goldsmids. The High Priest has not permitted the remains of Mr. Goldsmid to lie deposited within, but they have been interred without Subscribers-only content


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