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    Book 1, Chapter 11 The River LEE, or LEY.

    For it is recorded in the Rolls of Parliament, 2 Hen. 5. that in all Commissions touching the Water of Lee , the Maior of London shall be one. The City received much Benefit from it. For in former Time John Strype's Survey of London Online

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    and about fifty passengers. On lhursday, the 11th, as Lord Lynedoch was crossing a wooden bridge over the Water of Lee, in Glenesk, the structme of which, like most ofhert in that quarter, was in a frail slate, gave way, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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