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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 10 [St. Nicolas.] Queen Hith Ward. [Monuments.]

    1426 . The Coat of Arms being on the dexter Side, was a Saltier between four Ermin. Thomas Paddington , Citizen and Fishmonger of London , ob. An. Dom. 1485 . An. 3tio Ric. III. His Coat here ingraven was

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Canopy, the Curtains turned aside: Two rich Marble Pillars support two Boys, having a Trumpet in one Hand, and his Coat of Arms in the other, which is, Gules, a Cheveron Ermin between two Crescents Argent; and a Flower de

    Book 3, Chapter 7 [S. Botolph.] Aldersgate Ward. [Monuments.]

    ob. 12. Sept. Anno Dom. 1499 . On the dexter side of this Inscription stood a Coat impaled Baron and Femme. 1. The Cavendishes Coat, being Sable, 3 Bucks Heads attired, Arg . 2. Three Stirrops with their Furniture. Hic

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 Low Leyton.

    here or elsewhere) in great Splendor, July, 16 , 1553 , with a Standard, and five Penons of Arms, a Coat Armour, a Target, a Helmet , & c. 12 Dozen of Escutcheons: Three Heralds of Arms attending, the L.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    all, Of Life such Race to run, That at the length they may receive Of Christ a joyful Doom. The Coat of Arms of this Dericote set here, is, A Dragon passant; on a Chief three Escalop Shells. I find

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BARIA. ?nDAIIT, Meh. 21.-Bara gwenith, o 7G i Tje.; bars teuluaidd, o 6e i 61c, y 4 pwys. : YMENYN. Coat, Mehefin 16.-Ordinary, 112s., T07s., ail, 106s., OOOS.; mild cured goreu, 112S. GWER. Town Tallow, 44s 3cy cant; Bough Fat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G A N- C '5-'&;S, W I E -S lF HAD wedi-eibarotoilr-irpYndiV1, gaO YFYNH4l.I Ty. 1r).; Jones, 'Treboritb.~ pris iewn; tan, 7 -Ss.- 6c., nu 2s: 6e. mewnj ainlen. ', CYFROL.,( -,gRGETHA.Ui,)ygbyd &-Thraethiawda ar~ Bregethii gais -yyarch. Henry Eees'. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Examination The School is healthily situated on Sito htd commands a beautiful view of the Bristol Chsnd 4i the Somerseithire Coat, and is thus emingatly adm for boarders. The Quarter commenew Tuesday, Ja4n1jt. 117.L For Prospectusee, le., apply to Tan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be opoaid on tira y thle 2 d n stant.~ We hnuier tnusd thee sir. -H~asa 01:m2;1WO0D, Advertising Agent, 112, Coat trenet, Liverpool, Ia the -Obeeeaglona s for the A dvertlam enta to be isea rte in tbe cc1 Cstatogn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o BAPYRAU CYMREIG AMERICA. Mae newyddion o amryw fanau o'r Talaethau Deheu- foe ol yn rhoddi ar ddeell fod y cnwd ootwm eleni yn f Wy ael nag arferol. Gwortbwyd y prif adeilad a wnaed yn Philadelphia Ia! ar Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Martock Hundred Introduction

    Ibid. iii. 130-2; xi, p. 291; Feud. Aids , iv. 282-3. E 317/ Somerset 11. Coat occurs twice, probably in error for Milton and Coat . S.R.S . iii. 310, 325. C 142/25/31; S.R.O., D/P/mart 18/1/1; DD /WY, map of

    Banbury Education

    subscribers to the National school rented the site from the Blue Coat trustees. 12 In 1825 18 boys and 16 girls were attending the National school as Blue Coat children. Their clothing and shoes cost the trustees £47 13 s

    Bisley Education

    churchyard, evidently on the site of the old free school building. 3 Another charity school, known as the Bisley Blue Coat school , was founded by John Taylor , clothier of Stroud , who by will dated 1732 left a

    Parishes Martock The Church of All Saints , Martock

    in Bower Hinton at Westover and Eastover meads, Averland (Overlands in 1841 ), and Hinton mead; in Coat at Coat mead and Coat Hay; and for Martock tithing at New mead and Southay , detached in the north-west of the

    List of illustrations

    LMA 185 67 Former Board of Guardians' Offices, no. 250 King's Road . Photograph 1975 , in LMA 213 68 Coat of Arms of the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea 215 69 The Vestry Hall in 1859 . From an engraving

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/059/001

    what is to becomes of you tomorrow . 18. The Law for throwing away your Wasticoat if you love your Coat - 19. The Law for buying no clothes because the plants buy none- 20. The Law against making your

    JB/096/017/002

    him the other " 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

 

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