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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 15 Tower of LONDON. The Constable.

    , one Flagon of Wine before the Mast, and another behind it: Of every Boat laden with Oisters, Muscles, or Cockles , coming to the City, una Manda, i.e. One Maund [a certain Measure ] of every Boat laden Cirpis

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. The Constable.

    Tower Wharf , as may be contained within a Man's Arms: Of every Boat accustomed to bring Oisters, Muscles, and Cockles , to the foresaid City, one Maund, thence to be brought and laid upon the said Wharf : From

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Aldingham ALDINGHAM URSWICK PENNINGTON

    1,479 acres; permanent grass, 2,828 acres; and 61 acres of woods and plantations. 10a At Birkrigg there were copper mines. Cockles are found on the sands, and Baycliff is a fishing village. The population was 1,072 in 1901 . There

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .i ;- sold in boxes at 1s. MdB., 2s.--d.,.and .ia.Od.,hy~all-reap-ectahle Me~dipixiee4es. 'The superior efficacy of .Mr.Cockles ,Pillsinacases of Jndigeatiess, Wilious.all liver Complaints, a4d as a Family Aperient, is too wellhnowu to requre 'any comment. N.B. Ask particularly for Cockle's Pills. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him. Our best morning's work, if I remember right, consisted of seventy-five Flat-fish, and six Eels, besides a lot of Cockles, with which, as we outstayed breakfast-time, we did not disdain to amuse ourselves on the road homewards. Now as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kippero, Is. to Is. 6d. per box ; mussels, C Is. 6d. to to. per ba; 1hlk, 9. per bag; Cockles; so. per bag; oysters, 40. toSo per 190; shrimps, is. bd, per 1211k.; , prawns, so. 64. per l2tb..--GAMEr Subscribers-only content

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    einhueezled various sua~ls of money, anasainting toa:7. 10s., the prohierty of the a reatt estecia Railwvay Conapany, Isis emp~loyers. Nir. Cockles wits instraicteat for the prosecution, and Air. Eiers for tho alcfence. 'The prisoner pleaded guilty. It appesrs that lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Es. Od. per 100 ; kippers,- 2s. Od. to 4s. per box; miuc- sels, zs. to 4s. per bag ; Cockles, 4s. per bLag; oysters. S. Is 8G. Oil. perI00; shrliips, Is. Od. por 121b. : prawiss, °s. per 12lb.-GADE Subscribers-only content

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