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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 2 [S. Antholines.] Cordwainers Street Ward.

    burnt by the great Fire, was rebuilt: Church and Gallery pewed Anno 1682 . It hath a very large comely Cupola . The State of the Charities and Gifts belonging to this Parish of S. Antholines. GIFTS and CHARITIES. Donors.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Catherine-street.-Admittance, is. A COS1tORAMA, of, ST. JAMES'S.STREE T"IS EXHIBITION, comprising a General View of ROME; Exterior of the Basilic and Cupola of St. Peteils; Interior of fitts View of Gibraltar from the Mediterranean Ditto front- the Atlantic; V*iew in Paris; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    respect- fully receding from the proffered charity of a passing stranger.-Dwidee ,dvsrtiser. We frequently (says a Correspondent) find the term Cupola applied to a Domes (and we have even the sanction of Dr Johnson for the iadprise) whereas it properly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    More Stray Letters fromn the East. The Fair Prospect. By Mrs Busbby. DIARY OF A FIRST WINTER IN I\ROME-IS54. The Cupola of St Peter's and Sistine Chapel-The Opera: The Trovatore-The Museum at the Lateran-San Pietro in Vincolo and the " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    worn out and disabled seamen, of the opening of the Dartmouth and Torbay railway, with records of descriptions of the Cupola ship Royal Sovereign, of ship-signalling and reporting according to the New Commercial Code, of the loss of the steamer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    experiment had been made on the Cupola of the Royal Sovereign with 800-pounders, or steel shot, hut only by 40-pounder and 100-pounderl Armstrong guns, and 68-pounders at 200 yards-and the working of the cupola was not disturbed. It was not Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 May 1758, 1 May 1758

    and Caßleton, to Sparrowpit Gate " in the County of Derby, and from the Guide Pofl " near Barber's Fields Cupola, through Grindleford " Bridge, Great Hucklow, Tidfwell, Hardgate Wall, and *• Fairfield, to Buxton in the County of Derby." Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1758, 3 March 1758

    and from the Guide Poft near ],y Counfel, at the Bar, on the Firft Thurfday after the *' Barber's Fields Cupola, through Grindleford Bridge, approaching Recefs. " Great Hucklow, 'Tidswell, Hardgate Wall, and Fairfield, " to Buxton in the County Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1758, 5 May 1758

    and Caftleton, to Sparrowpit Gate " in the County of Derby, and from the Guide Poft " near Barber's Fields Cupola, through Grindleford Bridge, " Great Hucklow, Tidfwell, Hardgate Wall, and Fair- " field, to Buxton in the County of Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1758, 9 June 1758

    and Cafileton, to " Sparrowpit Gate in the County of Derby, and from " the Guide Poft near Barber's Fields Cupola, through " Grindleford Bridge, Great Hucklow, Tidfwell, Hard- " gate Wall, and Fairfield, to Buxton in the County of Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1779, 15 March 1779

    through the Towns of Hathetfage^ Hoße and Cafileton, to Sparrow Pit Gate, in the County of Derby, and from the Guide Poft near Bar¬ ber'* Fields Cupola, through Grindleßrd Bridge, Great ?U «Hucklou;» u c<. a l< u H i<. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects

    Aumbry, 125 Backe swords, 505 Baldricks (Baldracke, Baldrope, Baldrigges, Bawdryks, etc.), vide Bells Balling clappers, 320, cf . Rounding Basse cupola, 15 ( n .) Blackebills, 505 Blackeing fflorey, 405 Boiling a censer, 107 Bokeram, 43 Bow of a clapper,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, May 1758, 01 May 1758-31 May 1758

    and Castleton , to Sparrowpit Gate in the County of Derby , and from the Guide Post near Barber's Fields Cupola , through Grindleford Bridge, Great Hucklow, Tidswell, Hardgate Wall , and Fairfield , to Buxton in the County of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, June 1758, 01 June 1758-30 June 1758

    and Castleton , to Sparrowpit Gate in the County of Derby ; and from the Guide Post near Barber's Field Cupola , through Grindleford Bridge, Great Hucklow, Tidswell, Hardgate Wall , and Fairfield , to Buxton in the County of

 

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