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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [Bounds.] Aldersgate Ward. [Modern State.]

    6l. 19s. The Alderman of this Ward, is Sir Samuel Garrard , Bart. CHAP. Red Cross Alley. Carpenters Yard. Town Ditch . Pelican Court. Fryers Court Fryers Rents. Axe Yard, or Court. Great Montague Court . Little Montague Court .

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Botolph's.

    in the Town of Novoy in Persia. But Parsonage House and Glebe . Petty France , near to the Town Ditch . A. M. A new place of Burial, made by the other Churchyard. The Memory of a Persian buried

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward.

    noted, are these: The Parish Church of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate , in a fair Churchyard, adjoining to the Town Ditch , upon the very Bank thereof, but of old time inclosed with a comely Wall of Brick, lately repaired

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    viz. for Mills to grind Corn. Other old Bridges. Fleet Bridge , Ouldbourne Bridge, Cow Bridge , Bridges over Town Ditch , and over the Course of Walbrook , Horseshoe Bridge. p. 53. CHAP. XIV . Of such antient Towers

    Book 1, Chapter 13 The Bridges of LONDON. Other Bridges.

    lately decayed, another of Timber is made somewhat more North, by Chick Lane , & c. Bridges over the Town Ditch there are divers: to wit, without Aldgate , without Bishopsgate ; the Postern called Moregate ; the Postern of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury City government, 1612-1835

    for not repairing Fisherton , Crane, Lyon, and Friars' Bridges , 'and several other bridges and ways over the Town Ditch ', and the water banks, held that as the corporation had no land on these banks, they were not

    Stogursey Stogursey Parish 1841 Stogursey Borough 1795

    had been created by 1225 99 bounded by a watercourse fed from St. Andrew's well and known as the Town Ditch or Law Ditch , part of which still runs on the south. 1 There were said to be 60

    Salisbury Churches

    be paid to the incumbent. They also claimed that he should have all the 'taxes' of the Greencroft and Town Ditch , and profits of the fair held there, and of the butchers' shambles, the tanners' standings, and the cornmarket,

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1771-77 and addenda

    1773 Deer. 30. Minutes of Council: Town Property. Whereas a Lease lately held by M r Minnitt of the Town Ditch from Crockerbtown Gate or East-Gate to the South Gate whereon were lately Built two Stables and a Court are

    Bishopsgate warde

    bee noted, are these: the Parrish church of S. Buttolph without Bishopsgate in a fayre Churchyeard, adioyning to the Town Ditch vpon the very banke thereof, but of olde time inclosed with a comely wall of bricke, lately repayred by

    Misc. MSS Box 91 [C], 1547-49 (nos 206-266)

    the parties and other ancient men, that there was a lane or highway that went from Smithfield to the Town Ditch. Pl. has built a brick wall by his gate; one end of his wall stands 19 ½ in. upon

    Council Minutes, Minutes, 1794-1817

    0 Lands at Cross Buchan & c. 88. 7. 6 Waste by Mile Stone & c. 26. 5. 0 Town Ditch in White ffryars 30. 0. 0 809. 8. 0 Lord But agrees to give the Corporation Spring Garden &

    Parochial Records, Vestry Book of St John's, Cardiff, 1763-1820

    Esq re 90 a . upland. M r Tho s Mathews for the Hayes. M r Minnitt for the Town Ditch. 1764. The Spittle House. Spring Garden. 1765. Account of Michael Brewer and Thomas Deer . paid for Ringing y

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    provide all parts of the district wvith proper sewers, and to reconstruct those that are inefficient ; that the Town Ditch be abolished, that the sewage should be interrupted from the River Stour, and so dealt with as to prevent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Napier, gcut., telcatat of Merton College, illnIloliwalI, &c. This Wtfsii order for acourse to be talionX, that the Town Ditch onl the east aide of NoeA College Walt be drained, that buildings may be ereeted ont it. anti the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Sanitary con- _iti;m (,1 the town If Mr. f. wishes to build a Culvert over the old Town Ditch, below Tayfen, and make another across the Botanic Garden, &c, according to his ideas ofthe Levels (and the value Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sculptor (formerly of Liverpool), and Lecturer to the British Museum, aged 72. Edwahds. - April 4th, at his residence, Town Ditch Farm, Burton, Rcssett, John, the beloved husband of S. A. Edwards, aged 51 years. [No cards.] 5845 On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10th mat. the wife of Mr. John Edward*, Town Ditch Farm, near Rossett, of a son. On the 12th iast. at Northgate House, Chester, the wife of H- A. Kuiaet, Esq , of a son. On the 12th inst. at Subscribers-only content

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