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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Camberwell.

    Beholder's Labour lost. Next adjoining on this Wall: M.S. Ex adverso hujus Parietis in Cœmiterio requiescit MARGARETA lectissima fœmina, Gulielmi Bowls Militis ex Margareta Conjuge (filia Joannis Donne, S.T.P. & Ecclesiæ Sancti Pauli Decani) filia obsequentissima; Petri Scot (Nepotis Petri

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    Sugar and Spices, for Caudles for the Sick, Flax for Shirts, and Weaving of the same, Cloth for Winding Sheets, Bowls , Brooms , Baskets, Incense, Juniper Ashes to buck their Cloaths. Also, Mony given to them at their Departure;

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    some of his Plate: viz. 4 Pots of Silver, parcel gilt, weighing 28 Pounds 6 Ounces; 3 Pots and 5 Bowls , with a Cover, weighing 35 Pounds; 12 Dishes , 11 Sawcers, Silver, with gilt Borders , weighing 36

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leisure and culture Sport after 1700

    Bowls ( 1948 edn.), 19; White's Dir. Ches . ( 1860 ), 101; Chester Chron . 31 July 1869 , p. 8. Inf. from Mr. J. S. Callister, Chester , who is thanked for advice on the history of

    Leisure and culture Plays, sports and customs before 1700

    their most disorderly included frequenting brothels and drinking in alehouses. They might involve illegal games such as dice, cards, tables, bowls, and shovelboard indoors 2 and football outdoors. 3 The Midsummer bonfires built in 1546 and 1568 may represent the

    Leisure and culture Open spaces and parks

    battle, an occasion probably attended by the Black Prince and his household. 25 About 1600 it was used for archery, bowls, and walks by the Dee. 26 During the parliamentary siege of Chester in 1643 -4 it was where the

    Horninglow Introduction

    educ. Kelly 's Dir. Staffs . ( 1884 ); [ W. H. Bullock ] , Hist. of the Game of Bowls ( Burton , n.d. but 1972 ), 39. The brewery is just over the Burton boundary: above, Burton ,

    Wakes Colne Introduction Wakes Colne c. 1800 Wakes Colne Green , with fishers and its gardens in 1825

    . 1951. 13 A reading room, opened with over 20 members in 1907 , had closed by 1912 . 14 Bowls were played illegally in 1529 , and in 1538 a game of 'le camp', an early form of football,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AI Ul pfartODbb Lffisal, &f. Sin S RYGHEINIoG.-Cynhaliwyd Cyfarfod Misol i diweddaf y sir hon yn Nhrecastell, Ionawr y 12fed a'r 13eg. Llywydd, y Parch. T. Rees. 1. Ymddidden- wyd a diaconiaid yr egiwys yn y drefn arferol. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a pteksant piece of infomaltion on that subject from Brady's Ctasrvis Calentlaria. Some of' these Peit or Pin Caips or Bowls, arid Pill or Peh Tranlards, are vet t, be found in tie cabinets oF antihIaarie. and wse are to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Byron. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles. le that plays at Bowls mnust expect Rubbers, TnEsz letters, are iti answ er to the late piquant letter of Lord Byron to a friend, in reference to the Rev. Mr. Bowles' strictures Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oln Col. Stewart's S`etches of the Highlanders-X. London Lyics: The Upas ius Mlarybone Lane. An Aeter's ili9,tatians.-X. Greek Songs: The Bowls, oe Lerty, the Voice of Scio, &c.-XII. Grimnfs Ghost, Letter 7T The Seveni Sin ers-XIll. The Prorhecy of Consiantine.-XIV. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be considered the INVENTOR of STEAM LAND CARRIAGE LOCOMOTION, and also the INVENTOR and INTRODDUCER of STEAM NAVIGATION. By ResT Bowls. With llra* tive Drawiings by WLII.AM SYMINeToN. junior. Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Paternoster Row; William Annan, COoydon; and sold Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Commercial facts affecting the present condition of Great Britain, 1855

    Black. „ Ink. Pomatum. Parasols. Parasol Sticks. Piano Forte. Pots. Potato Flour. „ Meal . Pens. Provisions. Pottery . Pipe Bowls . Sticks. Portraits. Pickled Cabbage. Padding. Sewing Machines. „ Silk. Silver Ware . Shoe Pegs. Shoes. Sweets . Straw Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    solution of the metal used in electroplating. Compartment 164, Collection of Indian specimens in Pewter, Brass, and Copper, including Bells, Bowls , Lamps, Plates, Vases, & c. Presented by the Secretary of State for India , through Dr Forbes Watson Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Vases, and Vases in imitation of Green Jasper , with gilt metal mounting. Eussian Bainted and Enamelled Glass, including Vases, Bowls , and Candlesticks. Front Compartment. Cut Glass Candelabrum Pillars, and Ball and Stand. Lent by Messrs F. & C. Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Window, North Side. All the compartments of this, the centre case, are filled with East Indian specimens. Compartment M. Hookah Bowls or Vases of Bidri Ware and Hookah Snakes; Enamelled Sprinkler from Hyderabad . Compartment N. Engraved and embossed Brass Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Reindeer Skin. Presented by the Eussian Commission for the International Exhibition of 1862 . Eussian Sewed Work Table Cover. Lacquered Bowls . Basket- work. Silk and Gold Sashes worn by Eussian peasant Brides. Made in Torshok, Government of Iver . Subscribers-only content


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