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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Sports and Pastimes.

    the Youths go into the Fields to play at the Ball. The Scholars of every School have their Ball, or Bastion in their Hands. The Antient and wealthy Men of the City come forth on horseback, to see the Sport

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    main-sail was'rendered useless, when she was boarded by two of her pursuers, withs her British colours flying, opposite the King's Bastion; and as soon as they secured their prize, they stood across the bay, and had made considerable progress when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the commencement of the new 1alk, at the east end of the metropolis, will take place early in the spring. Bastion PHIIIPOTTS AND THE REVa. H. E. HEA.-The Bishop of Exeter has thought it necessary to institute proceedings against the Subscribers-only content

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    corgugeons do vider en compagnie ,aeae Is Caane 'ropprpl easiea asbolteilles de 'claset'-I'aris Charivari. A nsticrolra;ebnoh, 'I'heresarks on the ' Bastion fever' bita."-Athe- nas t i' Fluenltasod Booking. Theo bons mats oretcaught up which are esacosst ill pooch uty, ttatoc, Subscribers-only content

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    a quarter to one o'clock. THE PAsADEa AT VIYENA t DURING THE CoxGREss.-So long 'as the weather was fine the Bastion was the favourite haunt: there wvere to be seen the Emperor Alexander and Prince Eugene Beauharnais walking arm in Subscribers-only content

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    imperial majesty, who has the sole direction of the foreign policy of Austria. He occupies the same apartments on the Bastion as those in which Prince Metternich lived, forming that por- tion of the chancery of state which looks out Subscribers-only content


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