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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 28 Orders about Rebuilding the City.

    Westward ; and that raising to end at the Old Change Westward , and Soper Lane Eastward . 39. The Stocks to be abated 2 foot; and that Abatement to be gradually extended into Cornhill , Lombard-street , Threadneedle-street ,

    Book 2, Chapter 1 Portsoken Ward.

    into Grasse Street on the Left, still through Cornhill Street , by the Conduit, to the West Corner against the Stocks; all which is in Cornhill Ward . Then by the said Stocks (a Market Place both of Fish and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Army furm the payineat of the Property Tax out of trteir. present play, was withdrawr.-Adjourned.' Wednzesday, May 23. The Stocks Market Mill was thrown out by anmajority of 25. - EXPULSION OF MR. H UNT. -Mr. CA LdtcA FT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , 9 . 0 PARIS OR-MOLU CLOCKS, to strike the hours and half- hours, and perform fifteen days, warranted. The Stocks includes a large variety of designs, emblematic of historical, elassical. and other subjects. The followinghave been generally admired: Flint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..... 9 9 0 PARIS OR-MOLU CLOCKS, to strike the bours andhalf- i hours, and perform fifteen days, warranted. The Stocks includes a large variety of designs, emblematic of historical, classical. and othersubjects. The fo3lowingisavebeengenerally admired:- t First size. Second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lighter a better tone became apparent, antd the prices at the close are about the highest of the week.i The Stocks of the Metropolitan and District Railwa-ys are from 1 to 2 higher, having been influenced by the report that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be terminable at the end of twenty years, by which time the Certificates will probably have been paid ofil; the Stocks wvill then be sold, and, in case there should be any Certificates not previously drawn, they will be paid Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Mary Woolchurch

    7 Mr. Turpin 18 Mr Rays 20 Mr. Herringe 50 Mr. Needam 20 Mr. Hawton 15 Mr. Mosly 1 The Stocks 100 Mr. Lauder 30 Mr. Rigby 2 Mr. Greeneway 35 Sum total of all the rents £1830 Sum of

    LUKE, John

    house in The Stocks 1600 Other notes L (restricted) for eye diseases outside London 1561. Skill praised by Hall (?Thomas Hall 361?). Medical specialities eye diseases Known London address Erith Date n.d. Mr Best's house in the Stocks Parish St

    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 5 February 1658-9, 05 February 1659-05 February 1659

    appears to have been, was Lord-Mayor in 1656, and then knighted by the Protector. "One King, a Vintner, about the Stocks, in London, having been distracted, and being little better now, was observed sitting in the House as a member,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, April 1753, 01 April 1753-30 April 1753

    the Towns of Warrington and Bolton , and through Wardley Lane to the Town of Wigan , and to the Stocks in the Township of Duxbury , and to a Place called The Broad Oak , in Worseley , in

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