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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dedham Local government

    and monthly meetings were held either in the church vestry or at inns including the Marlborough Head , Sun, and Compasses . 35 Two police officers were recorded in 1841 , but generally there was one police constable in the

    Great Wilbraham The Wilbrahams c. 1800

    Its earthworks were still visible in the 1980s . 27 The older village inns 28 included the Carpenters' Arms or Compasses , in a 17thcentury cottage, open by 1767 and surviving in the 1980s ; and the (Sedan) Chair, recorded

    Dedham Introduction Dedham c. 1790

    of seven inns recorded in 1762 ; the others being the Marlborough Head , the Sun, the Three Compasses or the Compasses , the Rose and Crown or the Crown, the Anchor , and the Gun . 42 The Admiral

    Watford Introduction

    oak traceried window of fifteenth-century work, which was discovered during alterations, and refixed in the outer wall of the ' Compasses ' public house at the corner of Market Street. At the south end of the market place are two

    Parishes Great Shelford

    Freville Arms, was built east of the road nearer the village. 58 It survived in 1980 . The Compasses or Square and Compasses on the west side of High Street , recorded since 1847, 59 occupies a 17thcentury timber framed

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 11 Bridge Ward within. Modern State.

    Scheme or Model for building of the City, held in the right Hand, and the left holding a Square and Compasses . Behind these two stands another Figure more obscure holding up an Hat, denoting Liberty. Next, behind the King

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Towyn at 7 12 p.m. a Tickels not transferable. Luggage under 60lbs. free at pas- Y sengers' own risk. The Compasses cannot iu any way be respon- U Fible fir detention on the line, at the same time every exertion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drunk that she was obliged to hold by the table to keep herself steady. The barmaid of the Goat and Compasses swore that she was drinking at that house, 'on the above day, with a soldier. Qearter-oiaster Miller proved that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forsaken- (3.) Try Perceval's cod's head and shoulders. Bristol, behold! is a " sign"- (And so is the Goat ansd Compasses) Foreshewing the wrath divine, Which the guilty land encompasses. (4.) Citizen kings pretend That of power from the people Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an inquest was held at the Compasses in Brick lane, W hitechapel, on Samuel Josephs, us aged Jew miser, who was found dead on Monday morningr.-Tlhe jury proceeded to view the body, when a scone presented itself which beggars description. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been committed at the Ludlow election, in June, 1839. According to the eidence of Tilley, vvho keeps the hree Compasses at Jad- los, he was employed by MM Cuppeok and or iownes, to ciavass the voter Samuel Conk, end, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 October 1820, 10 October 1820

    ?" " Yes, certainly." " Describe the Make of this Binnacle ?" **. It was a small Case with Two Compasses, One on each Side, and in the Centre a Light for the Steersman to look to, and on the Subscribers-only content

    4 December 1699, 4 December 1699

    Eight small Arms, $c. A Parcel of Gunpowder in an Earthen Jar and Two Casks, about Two hundred. Three old Compasses, One Azimuth Compass, and Three old Glasses; a Parcel of old Colours, Dutch and English, and a small Parcel Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1703, 25 November 1703

    long Ditto, of 8 Axes - - - Hammers - Rozerbits 3 F7oot Long Beetles - Small Gimblets - Steering Compasses Sockets for Candles Augers of 1 Inch Ditto f - - Heading Chizels - 2 Foot Rules Chizels of Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1809, 22 April 1809

    the principal Ports in the British Colonies and Plantations in North America. Ordered, That the ingrossed Bill for more conve- Compasses niently paying of Allowances on the Compassionate <jte L;st b^ List of the Navy, and of Half Pay to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1817

    conf'nizfrf. Total number of copper bars, from 11 to 15 feet long, Magazine 9 326 -A MAGAZINE, No. 128. 24 Compasses -------- new 12 - D° - English ------- ditto 52 Watch glasses ------- ditto 59 Log ditto ..---..- ditto Subscribers-only content


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