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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. The Streets, Courts, &c.

    and People of Repute. Copt Hall Court, a large and handsome open Place, with Houses fit for good Inhabitants. Warnford Court , a good large Place, very well built and inhabited, at the upper end of which is a handsome

  • * British History Online *

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    Letter from the Barbers' Company

    the Barbers' Company Barbers' Company. 4, Warnford Court, Throgmorton Street, E.C., 8th February 1883. Sir, The attention of the Barbers' Company having been called to the statements of Mr. Lucraft before the Livery Companies' Commission respecting Bancks' and Ferbras' Charities

    Evidences, 1883, Grocers' Company

    property is comprised in the will, and whether the Warnford Court property is comprised or not. I am disposed to think that Sir Henry Keble, as to the Warnford Court property, was a bare trustee. 2489. Do you consider that

    Statement by the Grocers' Company

    The great messuage in Broad Street, devised to the Company by the will or Nicolas Alwyn. This is the Warnford Court property. ( e ) A piece of vacant land with stables in the Old Jewry. This is the property

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 3 June 1830, 03 June 1830-03 June 1830

    was." "In what Situation of Life was he?" "He was a Merchant in the City of London , in Warnford Court ." "Was he a Merchant of Celebrity?" "Yes." "Was he related to you?" "He was my Uncle; my Mother's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as sealed cnclosures, addressed to Messrs. Morton, Rose, and Co., agents, &lc., London. The Crown Reef Gold-mining Company's offices, Warnford Court, will be opened for transfer and registration of shares on and after to-morrow, the 1st proximo. Letters of allotment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC AMUSTEMENTS ~ ~a TiE OYA L, BiMINGHM T t-.T WEMIC AND) LAST TWO MdOR1XINGS OF "DJCk WHiirmIGTON _AND) E1 CAT." ,\.ATbloch 5, he 6thandLat Performance. p. i N5 vi DOOTY,'TOUSIDA',March 21. Lox n~EOF WVALE'S THEAT, OA 1.. To Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO NOTIODS. Cx PRLVNS, HAY !,1LLIS.-Tro-m towv (,Scun- i S. dai. Mcruir;a: Scrvioo. Stainer in A: Anthem, r "PI'lead J Trhou Miy Ccscec (I'o,.artL Eevcciom: Stainer in .4 Anttnli ivct the 'tcclt Thy .)udk;cserntc" (liaylo1. Multimu 1.OA$. Evensnegs 'YL- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E'JLOAMUSEMENTS IXBoadSre. })RfN E~iiWATI:~iiFAMTI{. DANIvE;:V Vtulooo-' I it 1II S - po-it. ~sI: w-V I XX til li 1 IoTr 5 -:1 X ito; N -i2Hi t ilt tctrt 1 1 >roti.,.i: tiIA! V'-,jrN 0 1AN .t 6 ~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    undertaken. B. AL WOOLLAN & CO.. LAND. MINING. AN-D TRUST COMPANY (IMI1TED). RIu;&D OErsrcr': Johansnesburg, South Africa. T,oxroere: 26, Warnford Court, Throgmorten Street, E.C. 423 ri7.EXAS, ME:X:ICO, and CALIFORN1IA-hCeap . and good lands for Agricultural and other pu-poses. Pay- mrts Subscribers-only content

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