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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 8 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [The Apparel.]

    choose them. The Order hath been, that they must choose Master Recorder for one of their Knights, and one Gray Cloak for the other, and two Commoners for the Burgesses: Which being done, they depart. For the LORDS of the

    Appendix 1, Chapter 6 APPENDIX.

    my Ear; With that methought my Money grew scant: I afterwards found what I then did not fear; But a Cloak to my Back I i'th' Morning did want. To this I subjoin another very memorable Tract, concerning the four

    Book 5, Chapter 8 [The Apparel.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    such Business as is then necessarily required to be done. Each of them is to wear his Violet Gown and Cloak furred. ] For the CHRISTMAS Holidays. FOR the Christmas Holidays, until Twelf Day, if the Lord Maior and Aldermen

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. The Crown stollen.

    entred the Room where the Crown was kept, and the Door (as usually) was shut behind them, they threw a Cloak over the Old Man 's Head, and clapt a Gag into his Mouth, which was a great Plug of

    Book 1, Chapter 21 Inns of Court. Chancery.

    Serjeant is altered. His long Robe and Cap, his Hood and Coif are the same: But there is besides a Cloak put over him, which is closed on his right Shoulder ; and his Caputium is lined with Minever, that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. MARKET PASSENGERS' CLOAK BOOM TICKETS, For the convenience of Parties making purchases in the following Towns, viz:- OSWESTRY, ABERYSTWYTH, WELSHPOOL, and NEWTOWN, PWLLHELI. the Cambrim Railways Company have arranged to supply Tradesmen with CLOAK ROOM TICKFITS thus enabliDg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RALLWAYs. MARKET PASSENGERS1 CLOAK 0ODM TICKETS, For the convenience of Parties m aking purchases l the following Towns, viz :- LISWESTRY, I ABERYSTWYTH WELSHPOOL, and NEWTOWN, PWLLHELI. the Cambriin Railways Company have arranged to supply Tradesmen with CLOAK RooMf TiCIm8Ts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAILWAlS MARKET PASSENGERST CLOAK ROOM TICFET1S For the convenience of Parties making p* -chaeeg i the following Towns, Viz OSWESTRY, ABERYSTV YTR, WELSHPOOL, and NEWTOWN, PWLLH'aLI. the Cambrian Railways Company have aranged i supply Tradesmen with CLOAK Rooeu Tn: iTm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from London. MARKET PASSENGERS' CLOAK ROOM TICKETS, For the convenience of Parties making purchases in the following ToWS, viz- OSWESTRY, ABERYSTWYTH, WELSHPQOOI- and NEWTOWN, I PWLLHELI. the Cambrimn Railways Company have arraDged to su~ply Tradesmen with CLOAK Room TIcKETI thus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambriin Railways Company have arranged to supply Tradesmen with OLOA Room TICKETS thus enabling them to send Parcels to the Cloak Room at the Stations named to await the convenience of the owners. A Ticket for each Parcel will be Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/017/002

    also: If a man take away thy Coat , let " him have thy Cloak also. " To this the language of Westminster Hall ? If required but a very little knowledge of the nature of law to have discovered,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Education of the Working Classes to 1870

    Sel. Cttee. on Educ . H.C. 465, p. 59 ( 1835 ), vii. For distressing examples, see B. Rodgers , Cloak of Charity , 32; R. H. Nichols and F. A. Wray , Hist. of Foundling Hospital . In 1830

    Parishes Ringwood

    residents as the ratepayers in vestry assembled should elect as fit and proper object s. 4. The Great Coat and Cloak Charity.-Trust fund, £279 15 s . 3 d . consols; dividends applicable in the distribution of great coats and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the Printing of Linnen in Great Britain, as it particularly relates to the printing of Linnens made in Scotland and in Ireland., 1 August 1719

    Pot'd JTS " Shillings and Six Pence, which we hope will be thought a Sum too inoonfideible ,to give a Cloak to all the Clandeftine Trade which would be carry'd on under Pretence of &<*, Printed Snnem And whereas there Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1707, 2 December 1707

    their Anfwer ©r refpeftive Anfwers thereunto, in Writing, on Wednefday the Seventeenth Day of this lnftant December, at Eleven a Cloak in the Forenoon ; and that all Proceedings in the Court below be in the mean Time ftayed. ut Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1724, 25 November 1724

    Earl of Oxford^ " were ordered to be fet on Horfeback, near Weflminfier " Hall; neither of them to have Cloak or Hat; but to " have on their Breafts and Backs Papers, expreffing " their Fault; (videlicet,) [" For Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1771, 3 May 1771

    Charity of the Club of Three Shil¬ lings per Week to each Sick Member was under¬ ftood to be a Cloak, and he underiiood it fo him- felf." He was directed to withdraw. Then John Innot was called in; and, Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1792, 22 March 1792

    She made fome little Refiflance at the Time, and what paffed at the Time I do not know, from her Cloak being in the Way, but he turned round towards me afterwards, and I faw that the Right Flap of Subscribers-only content

 

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