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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 18 Tower of LONDON. The Mint.

    Tower of LONDON . The Mint . Seal, to be engraven by the King's Graver of the Mint within the Tower of London . And the same Seal, with a fair Pattern thereof, together with the same Writ, to return

    Book 1, Chapter 18 TOWER of London. The Mint.

    it seemed indeed to do. Richard Martin , Warden of the Mint, was the chief Man that sued him; his Office being to over see Matters of the Mint. This Controversy between Martin and Lonison continued for some Years. For

    Book 1, Chapter 18 TOWER of London. The Mint.

    London . The Mint . The Upper Mint. Offices. Officers. Fees. l. s d. Treasurer, Thomas Fleetwood . 133 06 08 Assay Master, Christopher Lee . 40 00 00 Surveyor of the Melting House, Christopher Stanley . 26 13 04

    Book 1, Chapter 18 TOWER of London. The Mint.

    London . The Mint . the same 14d.¼. is to come out of the 18d. paid by the Subjects, and not out of the Monies. And so will remain to her Majesty upon the Pound Weight 3d & threequart;. which

    Book 1, Chapter 18 TOWER of London. The Mint.

    limiting him the Form of such Seal, with a Commandment, The he should do such a Seal, A Trial Piece made. Mint Ashes . Master of the Mint his Office. Sir Richard Martin . Some complain against the Mint

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Anglo-Scandinavian antiquities

    the minster have now been shown to be firmly associated with Chester : R. H. M. Dolley , ' The Mint of Chester ', Chester Arch . Soc. Jnl . xlii. 1-20. The following paragraphs are based mainly upon H.

    Winchester Introduction

    Henry II showing the activity of the town, the enlarging and building of the royal castle, the importance of the mint and money exchange and other signs of prosperity, suggests that the ruinous state of the city at the beginning

    The borough of Devizes Town, castle and estates Devizes boundary extensions Devizes street plan, 1973

    (now Estcourt) Hill , runs in a semicircle to the north end of Hartmoor Road giving access to ' The Mint ' and other houses. One of these may be on the site of 'The Ark' which still stood in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Silver. Lard LAUVEt tALE contended that gold wts not the best standard of curreniey, which in foreign countries lasailver. The Mint ouiht to tae all tire real sh illings ai sixpencei by title end notS by -eiglt. I-He believedi that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday. All is activity and despatch at the Mint- every officer of the esta- blishment are at their posts. The Mint has been for some time coining silver for the supply of the Irish currency. That employment is now stopped, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    articles. At one shop of extensive business in this city, five counterfeit sovereigns were offered on Tuesday last.-Bristol Mercury. The Mint is at work night and day coining soverigns; a new coinage of shillings is near issuing, the die of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    much greater danger of stopping payment than many of the Couuntry Banks which it is now seeking to supersede. The Mint, though its powers -were taxed to the utmost, could not coin sovereigns with sufficient rapidity to meet the run; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is believed to be the sane sit( has been in tile habit of signing the Batik of England forgeries. The Mint is also deeply interested in the case. DE-TECTIoN or TtIn Aott-G;Y' SuonTERs.-The inhabitants of various suburbs of the metropolis Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    (Isle Lane) : undefined Greenside (Greenside) : undefined Holbeck (Little HolbeckHolbeck (Holbeck) : undefined Wortley (Wortley) : township The Mint(The Mint) : undefined Cordingley (Cordingley) : undefined An estate in Low Moor SideGreen Mount Terrace (Green Mount Terrace) :

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

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    WILLIAM PEARCE, Theft, 15/01/1823

    engaged in business connected with the Mint for some time with my father. Deficiencies had been discovered before, and on the 10th of December I met Mr. Atkinson in the neighbourhood of the Mint, and accompanied him there in consequence

    Theft, 14/10/1719

    on the 4th of September last. Richard Cannard depos ed that the Prisoner was a Labourer employed in the Mint , and that carrying a Tray of Guineas after him to lock up. In turning his Hard observ'd the Prisoner

    Ordinary's Account, 12/05/1755

    education; he was bred up several years in idleness, and at last put out apprentice to a shoe-maker in the Mint , Southwark ; where he had not been a long time, before he robbed his master's house of goods


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