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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 6 Covent Garden Parish. Monuments.

    World? Whose Soul grew faster than his Body could. O! happy Growth, that on so short a Time, This earthly Blossom thus to Heav'n could clime. Richard Rawbone , Mar. 19, 1696 /7. Aged 81. Jane Bickerstaff , of pious

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [The Counter.] Cheape Ward. [Present State.]

    an open Passage which leadeth to Hony lane, viz. Duke street. On the same side, is an old Inn called Blossom 's Inn, corruptly called Bosome's Inn; and hath the Sign of St. Laurence upon a Grid-Iron, in a Border

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Braughing

    as Blossom 's Charity. In 1694 William Delawood by his will gave £5 yearly to the poor. The annuity is paid out of an estate called Hormead Hall, and is distributed to the poor in the same manner as Blossom

    The borough of Reading Charities

    other properties amounting to £420 10 s . John Pottinger 's charity, being a rent-charge of £15 issuing out of Blossom 's End, Tilehurst . Sir Thomas Rich 's charity, £1,000 10 s . consols, rent of Townsend Farm ,

    Index L - Z

    Creed Play, 62, 96, 111, 152; Paternoster, 96, 152; stage players, 158, 199, 246. 'Ploxwangate' , see Blossom St. 'Ployhsuaingate' , see Blossom St. plumbers , see metal. Plummer , Francis, 423, 437. Plumpton , Rob., 109; Sir Steph .,

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Introduction HILLINGDON PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1825 UXBRIDGE c . 1935

    Hillingdon village along Long Lane and the east side of Vine Lane and further north on former agricultural land around Blossom Way and Sweetcroft Lane. Other private estates south and west of Swakeleys House in Ickenham extended southward into Hillingdon

    Index A - K

    Fields , 471. Blind Sch ., see Yorks. Sch. for the Blind. Blitheman , Wm., 363. Bloodaxe , see Eric. Blossom St . (Ployhsuaingate, Ploxwangate), 287, 324, 330, 332, 336, 424, 446, 450, 452, 535; fair in, 491; Rom. Cath.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss.Jane Roberts, , oaki. S'.reat, tLiondiin. Eisteddodd nifer c 1 C. ??a!dwe Iyddl wrthl Thrdd boreuol ar ;ia'idy , no'sty Blossom. -Caer. Yr oedd ,,J -1anrLfgio, l'r daudedyn haipus ya hliosog a Li .¼walr iav.-t. ,shRagir 29ain, yn ngilapel Din- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Isle. by C. Phillips, Esq. 775.. Elegy onthe Princess Charlotte, 792.. The window tax and its double operation, 824-T Co Blossom., by R. Herrick, 825.. Prussian Students, Eipression of their dislike of the principles of the Legitimates, 728. Petzelians a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the appointed place of rendezvous with the ship. Blossom, feeling assured that the vessel coald not reach Rotzebue Sound. It so happened however that.Captains Beechy had succeeded, aud the Blossom wan waiting in tie Souridfor Captain Franklin, when the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    party he was in quest of had been destroyed by those ferocious people. After remaining as long as possible, the Blossom left the coast, and proceeded to the southward, and may be expected home in the course of the summer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advanced to 31, in consequence of expectation of money for the dividends. A Mexicon packet arrived this morning, and the Blossom from Rio Janeiro, but the information they bring is not of public interest. LAST WEEK BUT TWO. THEATRE ROYAL, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    me of the greatest Assistance. Further than this, he has by Row Boats pro¬ tected the Bay and Shores. The Blossom is at Savannah-la-Mar, and has afforded Assistance by Marines and others to the Town. If from any further Accounts Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    of Troops which we took on board at Port Royal. I found here the Racehorse and Sparrowhawk; and that the Blossom was at Savannah-la-Mar, the Firefly at Black River, and Champion at Port Antonio. On our first reaching this Port, Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the best mode of providing sufficient accommodation for the increased trade and shipping of the port of London, &c. &c. &c., 13 May 1796

    Queen - Gosport Packet Everly - Diana - Brothers Three Sisteis - Favourite Unanimity William and Elizabeth Sally - Midsummer Blossom Prince of Piedmont Ark --- John - - - Atalanta Apollo - - - Elizabeth Darlington Samuel and Jane Subscribers-only content

    1 July 1784, 1 July 1784

    of this Committee, That there be charged, for every Bundle of Paper made in Great Britain, called Blue Demy, and Blossom, not exceeding the Dimensions of Seventeen Inches by Twenty-two Inches, an additional Duty of Six Pence. Resolved, That it Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1787, 7 March 1787

    One Farthing be charged upon every Bundle of Paper, which shall be made in Gzra? Pz'zVaizz, called Blue Demy and Blossom, not exceeding the Dimensions of Seventeen Inches by Twenty-two Inches. 2447. Pesofced, That it is the Opinion of this Subscribers-only content


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