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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fortifications

    as a citadel'. 96 Fourteen years later it was reported that the Citadel 'were it finished would undoubtedly be a very strong fortification', and it was recalled that Beckman's estimate for the work had been £74,425. 97 The Citadel 98

    Outlying villages Drypool

    were built in this area in the 1680s , when about 30 acres were acquired for the construction of the Citadel . 7 To the inhabitants of Hull the east bank of the river became known as ' Garrison Side

    List of illustrations and maps

    General Plan 118 " " Ground Plan as excavated facing 118 Basing House: Gateway 120 " " Remains of the Citadel or Old House (2 views) full-page plate, facing 120 " " Siege, c. 1644 " " " 122 "

    Walthamstow Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    The Salvation Army. The Walthamstow Citadel , Forest Road , originated in a tent mission after which, in 1888 , the Army registered for worship premises at a school in High Street . 223 A Citadel , with shops below,

    Modern Hull Suburban Hull , 1966 The docks, 1966

    St. Andrew's Dock ( 1883 ) along the western foreshore; while the plan to build to the east of the Citadel led to the construction of Victoria Dock ( 1850 ). As early as 1843 it was possible to foresee

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 20 Tower of LONDON. Wild Beasts here.

    and the various and sundry Matters relating to it: And now to conclude thereof in Summary. This Tower is a Citadel , to defend or command the City: A Royal Palace for Assemblies and Treaties: A Prsion of Estate, for

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. The Mint.

    impious Creature. ] Thus much for these Accidents. And not to con- clude thereof in Summary. This Tower is a Citadel , to defend, or command the City: A Royal Palace for Assemblies, and Treaties: A Prison of Estate, for

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

    his Restauration he made that constant Royalist, Sir John Robinson , a Citizen of London , Lieutenant of this Royal Citadel . And now I shall proceed to the farther Reparations, Augmentations, and Fortifyings of the same. In the Year

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yr oedd ynddo bedwar ugain a phump o gleifion. Bydd tair ager-long o hyn allan yn cadw cymandeb parhaus a'r Citadel Rospii al. | yr hwn le sydd wedi ei neillduo bron yn gyfau- gwbl i frigitd o'r Guards. Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bad been con- I ranted into ten ye~ars imprtsonnent, has received a free I i~atdon, anld be~n released f~rom the Citadel of Besann~on. Seteral of tne oelates nominated bv the Kingbavede- ined tO tak~e UpOR theselres thte burden of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tihe Buigo and Cascais, hall b ecuusied by the 3.ritish troops on the ratification St.hc Conseltied by Lishon and its Citadel, together with the fortsasd tattcrivs as far as the Lazaretto or Trafaria e Side anid Fort St. Jeseplh on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the hlodv shhould be interred o0 the rampart of the Citadel ct t'orurna. At t-oelve o'clock at night the remains of Sir J. Moore :nere actoriinglv carried to the Citadel by Co7. Graham, Maj Coiborne, and the aides-de-canip, and Aeposited Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cdeerfil5y shook hands with severa! Englisth Ladies, who were apaxiouS to approach !1irt. This iauroinx he visited the DOrkx-vard and Citadel, and about one o'clock set out fnr B~russels.. C-FR M ANY. - rr rewA, Av_. 1.-We ate assured that Subscribers-only content

 

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