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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Regalia.

    two Foot, nine Inches , and a quarter, and of the same Thickness as the former. The Pomel at the Bottom enriched with Rubies and Emeralds, and small Diamonds. The Top riseth into a Flower de Liz with six Leaves,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    61, and lyeth buried with his Ancestors at his Church in his Town of Well. Under her Head, near the Bottom , is this Inscription: Here lyeth the Rt. Honourable Lady LUCY , Daughter to the Right Noble HENRY Earl

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rules and Directions for the Building.

    , and 5 Foot High ; The Walls 1 Brick and half thick. The Arch, 1 Brick on End. The Bottom Paved plain, and then 1 Brick an edge Circular. Other general Rules, necessary to be observed in Building. I

    Book 1, Chapter 6 About the Tydes.

    demonstrate the Reason of this, he saith, Let us suppose a large Cistern, having a Cock at (or towards) the Bottom of it, that constantly lets out Six Gallons of Water in a certain space of Time; and over the

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Regalia.

    the Holy Oyl is poured out into the Spoon, thro' the Point of the Beak. The Height of it, from Bottom to Top, including the Pedestal , is about Nine Inches : The Diameter of the Pedestal , about Three

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Beauchamp Roding Church

    field called English Bottom , which was part of Gubbiss Farm. It was then agreed that the tithes owned by Bramston and Walden should be merged in their freehold. A tithe-rent charge was, however, fixed on English Bottom , payable

    Hampstead Vale of Health

    called Gangmoor, described towards the end of her life by the sculptor Joseph Nollekens's wife (d. 1817) as 'a stagnate bottom, a pit in the heath'. 91 There Samuel Hatch , a harness maker presented for building a shop on

    The hundred of Manshead Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of MANSHEAD

    parish, which was at the same date placed wholly in Bedfordshire , while a detached portion of Whipsnade , Ballington Bottom in Hertfordshire , was transferred to Markyate parish. During the last quarter of the 19th century also the hamlets

    Parishes Priors Dean

    to Goleigh, which lies on the eastern border of the parish to the north of Abbots Copse. Barefield Copse, Goleigh Bottom , Buttons Copse, Buttons Lane ( Buttons , xvi cent.), 2 Holtham's Lane, Slade Farm ( Slade , xiii

    Parishes East Kennett

    a circle approximately 10m. in diameter, in Langdean Bottom are thought to have formed the retaining kerb of a round barrow or a circular house site of the Bronze Age. Langdean Bottom has yielded a number of Bronze-Age finds and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n selling mrmarkably cheap. Stro Folding Ne1 - r 6j e. d. 4s.6d. t. d. 'nbeiadlwith'either Sacing or Iron lath Bottom. ! - S id I .on, 'ren. "Bedtead. .3feetb4y# fee ,;::'f V ,. .... . ...... . . ~~~~~~~~1i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , .:: -. -t :. A., - . : - 6d. Can Ibe had wit eithser aki or IroLath Bottom. : .: 7.7- ' : Solid rou rrec Bedst ead. 3& feet by ;~ feet. . :l3s. IOd.,-s t. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8 feet .3s . ld, . . .d. tos. t .o Can be had with either Sacking or Iroik Lath Bottom. s 1 i=, ;: - .:. - - ; :0 I -WWI, 0 Soli f;S1rong Freinch;!edstea&.t~~:l a4 fleethbyiGfeet-.... ~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Po }t jkitiS ' : -.e .c - 61 feet. dto8s. 6d. Can be had with cther'Sacking or Iron Lath Bottom.' Solid, Iron Fech.dsed 4 feet'by 6 feet . ~ ~ i ~ 3; feet by 6j eet . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1~LSQN EMPORIU enGVERTN~FN ODS y-n tWeu, i yn can H1 W i : d ., ; g CymrnI; yn.enwd Wi U, fli . mewn J;A.GEDidganj~-tyeth3yn,.rmewn DEFNYDDIA*~ SSEFIBNE ,Srw I' Y v by BONT EBRIDDA eC?A7 JFO N, -IS - Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    VOLUME XIX. Page 49. b. 1. 19. from Bottom , by buying, dele by 197. b. 1. 7. Decenber r . December 327. b. 1. 1. Keepr r . Keeper 605. a. 1. 21. from Bott . Erorr r .


    630. that Arrangement will be found to be broken; the Reason for which is stated in a Note at the Bottom of those Pages respectively. As the important Uses for which this Collection of the Statutes has been prepared must

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, Errata

    , Dux Newcastle, read Newcastle 144 a Earl of Stanhope, dele of 196 b Note at Bottom should be Brisol 211 a l penult quartum, read quintum 221 a l 21 from Bott the remmentioned, therein mentioned Page 425 a

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 21 June 1628, 21 June 1628-21 June 1628

    and Judgment passed upon me by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, for my great Offence; and I do, from the Bottom of my Heart, crave Pardon of God, the King, this honourable House, the Church, and the Commonwealth in general,


    Willoughby de Broke and Onslow, since this Work was put to the Press, has occasion'd an Alteration in the Notes at the Bottom of the following Pages , viz. 4, 5, 322. These the judicious Reader will easily correct .


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