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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Madame Patey yn ei dull meistrolgar arferol. ( Cyflvwynwyd y wobr a diws arian am yr 'Enamelled a Slate Chimney Piece ' i Mr. W. G. Owen, Caernaarfan. Darllenodd y Parch. D. Griffith, Dolgellau,flei feirn- iadaeth of a's' Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Railway Yard, comprising about Thirty Tons of Excellent House Coal, Draining Pipes, Glared Socket Pipes, Junctionls, Benlds, Traps, Chimney Tops, Flooring and Ridge Tils Bricks5 Water-closet Pans, Coal Shovels, Scaese and Wesgbts, .Office Stove and Piping, Deal Wrtn~g Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Railway Yaid, comprising about Thirty Tons of Excellent House Coal, Draining Pipes, Glazed Socket Pipes. Junctions, Bends, Traps, Chimney Tops, Flooring and Ridge Tiles, Bricks, Water-olo~et Pans, Coal Shovels, Scailes and Weighbts Offlee Stove and Piping, DEal Writing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Railway Yard, comprising about Thirty Tons of Excellent House Coal, Draining Pipes, G}lazed Socket Pipes. Junctions, Bends, Traps, Chimney' Tops, Flooring and Ridge Tiles, Bricks, Water-closet Pan., Coal Shovels, Scales and Weighbs, Offlee Stove and Piping, Deal Writing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Patent SPLIT-WICK ANUCAPNIC and LORNE Lamps are the most Econom-c Light Producers from P'araffin or Petroleum Oil. They require no Chimney, and keep the Flame full up till the last drop of Oil is consumed,' NONE GENUINE but those STAMPED Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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

    Chimney Jambs. And that all Joysts on the Back of any Chimney , be laid with a Trimmer, at Six Inches distance from the Back of the Chimney . That no Timber be laid within the Tunnel of any

    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward. [Whittington College.]

    House. The Tutor to have a Place by himself, that is to say, a Cell or little House, with a Chimney and a Prevy, and other Necessaries. In the which he shall Lyegge and rest. And that he may aloon

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    to Bankrupts bearing great Shew but little Worth : and that they were like Midsummer Pageants with Towers, Turrets and Chimney Tops, not so much for Use and Profit as for Shew and Pleasure; Bewraying, said he, the Vanities of

    Book 1, Chapter 16 TOWER of London. Later Buildings.

    the Bulwark from a Shed. Roger Eston , Glover, built up two Houses in the Bulwark; the one with a Chimney , the other without. Robert Morebread built up a House from a Shed in the Bulwark. James Thomas built

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. St. Christophers.

    made in the East End of the South Ile. A Cistern of the said Alehouse set in the Churchyard. A Chimney built from another House into the Church Steeple , and some Closets built over part of the Churchyard. Seven

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chimney Church

    Chimney Church CHURCH. A chapel of St. James was mentioned in 1575 , when it was sold as a 'cottage'. 52 No earlier references have been found, and there is no evidence to link the chapel to Chimney 's Anglo-Saxon

    Chimney Charities for the poor

    Chimney Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. A bequest by Robert Veysey (d. 1666) to the poor of Chimney and Shifford was lost by 1787 , when Chimney had no recorded charities. 62 Char. Don . 968-9; below,

    Chimney Education

    Chimney Education EDUCATION. In 1657 a man recalled going to school in the former chapel at Chimney c . 1600, 60 but no later references have been found. Children in the 19th century attended Aston school . 61 P.R.O., E

    Chimney Local government

    Chimney Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Chimney 's inhabitants attended Bampton Deanery manor court as a separate tithing, probably from the late 13th century and certainly by the 14th. In 1437 and still in 1781 the court elected a constable for

    Chimney Nonconformity

    Chimney Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. A will in 1572 contained Roman Catholic invocations, 57 but no recusants were noted later. Tenants in the later 18th century and the 19th, notably members of the Williams, Pinnock , and probably Peck families, were

 

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