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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Stylyard.

    and ten Pounds, three Shillings, four Pence, & c. [and other Rents to others. ] There were also Merchants of Colen trafficking here; who seem to be the Beginners of this Haunce Trade. These formerly paid divers Duties and Customs

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Styleyard.

    Reparations, namely, Gerard Marbod, Alderman of the Haunce, Ralph de Cussarde, a Citizen of Colen , Ludero de Denevar, a Burgess of Trivar, John of Aràs, a Burgess of Trivon, Bartram of Hamburgh, Godestalke of Hundondale, a Burgess of Trivon,

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Alhallows the Great.

    have looked upon a Charter that L. Henry of good Memory the King our Father granted to the Citizens of Colen , & c. We also quit Claim, & c. Witness Bishop of Bath and Wells our Chancellor, Edmund Earl

    Book 3, Chapter 10 [Customs of Queen Hith Ward. Queen Hith]

    the Lord the King's Use. Also, Corn which landeth between the Gutter of the Guild Hall of the Men of Colen , and the Archbishop of Canterbury 's Soke, [i.e. near Black Friers ] is not wont to be measured

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wanstead Manors

    far as Leytonstone and Snaresbrook . 103 Wanstead House was completely rebuilt by Sir Richard Child to the design of Colen Campbell between 1715 and 1722 . It was 'the archetype of the Palladian great house'. 104 The exterior, rectangular

    Secular Buildings

    included the Hothams of South Dalton , one of whom, Sir; Charles Hotham , Bt., employed the London , architect Colen Campbell to design a large town house in Eastgate . 82 Building work began in 1716 . 83 The

    Index A-J

    ; Blackburne; Bodley , G.F.; Bodley & Garner; Boyes; Bradbury ; Brookes; Buckler; Burges; Burnet, Tait & Lorne; Cachemaille-Day; Campbell, Colen ; Caroë; Charles, Wm.; Cheston , Chester ; Christian, Ewan; Cole , A. Rubens ; Coles ; Cooper ;

    Index L - Z

    Andrews; Atkinson, J. B. and W.; Beaumont , Alf.; Bennison; Bilson; Blanchard; Botterill; Boyle; Brodrick, Cuth. and F. S.; Campbell, Colen ; Carr , John; Cash, John and H. W.; Farrah; Fisher, J. J.; Foley; Gould; Harker ; Hawe; Hawe

    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    or Homerton in 1712 . 10 The house, apparently finished by 1732 , was designed with a plain façade by Colen Campbell; it was approached along the line of Tresham Avenue (in 1992 marked by Tresham Walk on the Jack

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anmhrisawy Pr HylYriwr Ysgrythyrl, so y imae yaith ei fod yn cael ei ddefuyddlo fel Caa Book yn ein Ie Colen yt fd go, osicrwydd am ei werth, Mewn Lun, los c- Haner.rhwym1i 12s. -GEIRIADUR YSGRYTHYROL- ig -COHARLES; w LGsA~rFJD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn wir d4i1ynga d y wsbr. 4. Adroddiad or " Neg-ro bachr 'i Feibl yn ei law," gan. d Glan Colen, (cyfyngedig i rai dan 15 oed)j goreu, Jan1e B. Eoans; Id ail Hugh D. Lewio. 5. Beirniadaeth y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod eis au cael rhyw safe guard rhag yr abuses oedd a dan yr hen real. Mr. R. Hughes (Glan Colen), a ddywedai nad oedd- ynt yn gwneyd dim and oedd yn cael ei gynwys yn yr hen reol, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -john O*en Jones, Llanberis r ;GkIffltWRbOeX JCneddl P~arch, Grifith Ellis, MLA., Bootle Samuel T. Jones, Edeyr- Evan Bob=rr. (sfon Glan Colen Jonathan Jones, Caerwys Robert Bobertsil~e& Parch. David Evans, MA.,A GGedlgar. .DavidLloyd Jones, M.A.,Llan. Mr. P. -Roberts, lanclt. John Eva8S, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15ed a'r 16eda mater, "Caiiad a chydyideimlad Cristionogol," seiliedig ar Gal. vii, 2, i'w igor gain Mr R Hughes, (Glea Colen) Llearwst. Penodwyd y Parch E Davies, Trefrivw, a Mr G Owen, Llanrwt=, i fyned i'r Pant, i dderbyn Ilais Subscribers-only content


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