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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Dunstan's in the East.

    part, Derived from the Fountain of his Heart. All which bequests, with many moe unsaid, Dame Margaret hath bountifully paid. Deep of Conceit, in speaking grave and wise, Endighting swift, and pregnant to devise; In conference revealing haughty Skill, In

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Bethlem.

    extend in length from the Kings high Street East, to the great Ditch in the West, the which is called Deep Ditch: And in breadth, to the Lands of Raph Downing in the North: And to the Land of the

    Book 1, Chapter 7 Of the Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    Stakes and Piles purposely Erected by Fishermen for their private Gain; and standing dangerously for Passengers, near unto the fair Deep , so that none of them do now remain upon the River, but only such as stand out of

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rules and Directions for the Building.

    , Summers or Gird. which bear in Len. from Ought to be And Joist bear. 10 F Feet. Br . Deep . Inches . Inch . 10 to 15 11 8 3 6 15 18 13 9 3 7 18

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates and Posterns.

    the Foundation of this Gate being 16 Foot Deep , and 8 Foot Broad . The Foundation thus laid, the Gate was substantially and famously finished Anno 1609 , in the Maioralty of Sir Humphrey Weld , Kt. Ornaments about

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Crosses

    crossed the King's Ditch; Garvin Cross at some point in Holy Trinity parish; Dawes Cross at the junction of the Deep Way (Lensfield Road) and Hadstock Way ( Hills Road ); Hinton Cross ; also one other unnamed cross on

    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM AND TEDDINGTON before the inclosures in 1818 & 1800 respectively

    one small house between the village and Cross Deep in 1635 and the first of the villas here were probably built later in the 17th century: both the house called Cross Deep and Radnor House contain work of the very

    Edburton Economic history

    border; 96 c . 1841 Lot Brook meadow there, of 7 a., was divided between six owners, while in adjacent Deep meadow the first hay crop belonged to William Curzon and the after crop to the Crown. 97 In 1780

    Twickenham Roman catholicism

    in 1916 to Orford Lodge , Pope's Grove , and in 1919 to the house called Pope's Villa in Cross Deep , which they still occupied in 1958 . 66 In 1927 Strawberry Hill House was formally opened as St.

    Chiswick Roman catholicism

    Lady of Grace and St. Edward by 1903 , 73 registered 1886. 74 Attendance 1903: 864 a.m.; 392 aft. 75 Deep red brick bldg. in Italianate style, with sanctuary to S., by Kelly & Birchall . Campanile added as war

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwriadau Duw. r Distawrwydd ac ynostyngiad sydd yn briodol i ni yn wyneb pob goruchwyliaeth, oblegid cywir y dywed-y bardd:- "Deep in unfathomable mines Of never failing skill * - He treasures up his bright designs, And works His sovereign Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    argraffild newydd o'i 'Pbiloaophy of Kanet," gan Prof. Edward Caird; ' Progressive Religion' gan y diweddar William Batbgate, awdwr 'The Deep Thiegs of God." Hyabysa Messrs. Macniven & Wallace o Edinburgh, hefyd ddwy gyfrol newydd yn yi "Household Library of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we thewein templesinav withY hanIgs- Where the low moan which marks the awaken soutl Where, this rude eloquence whose Atrongwavesroll Deep waters, swift to bear their Lord's canmieanda>q? Where found we these ? 'neath what hfegtheo dom, t I know Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a marwolaeth a Chladdedigaeth Mr. THOMAS | JE:HU, Llanfair, Sir Drefaldwyn. . I - - - _ - - - T- T . - OQ A 1 I- If.. Dydd Ian, y 24ain o Ionawr 1884, bu farw:,Mr. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The White Squall," Mlr. David Roberts; 3 Can, "Chwyfio'r C:adlach Gwyri," Miss Lizzie Jones; 4 CAnl, " Down in the Deep," nMr. [undell; 5 Chn, "The Worker," Miss Lizzie Owen; 6' Can, " Mae'r afan eto yn llifo," Miss E Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, May 1509, 01 May 1509-31 May 1509

    Signory's cities and places in Lombardy, as far as the Mincio, from which territory he will derive a considerable revenue. Deep anxiety of the State, as all the French projects will doubtless succeed, unless some mode of prevention be devised

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 01 July 1830

    Deep Yellow Total Double Camlets CAMLETS, Single Ash Black Light Blue Mazarine Blue Dark Brown Red Brown Purple Scarlet Deep Yellow Total Single Camlets CAMLETS, Second Single Ash Black Light Blue Mazarine Blue Dark Brown Red Brown Purple Scarlet

    A Brief London Chronicle, 1547-64

    to New hauyn was the lorde Vidame, capitayne of New hauyn, & the bayly of Roen, 15 the treasorer of Deep 16 offered the forsayde townys to the qwenes magesty, if it wolde please her to further them in theire

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 25 January 1658, 25 January 1658-25 January 1658

    Way as some boisterous and tempestuous Wind shall carry it: Those that shall pluck up the Flood-gates of the great Deep, and let in the surging and raging Waves of War into a Nation, cannot stop them, and bound them,

    Index, D

    (Davies, Davyes), Sir John, 74. -, letters from, 84, 104, 371. Richard, 210. Deal Castle , muster roll of, 261. Deep , see Dieppe. Deering , Sir Anthony, suggested to deputize as Lieutenant of the Tower, 174. Delaval (di Lavale),

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 June 1685, 22 June 1685

    to the faid John Combes and others Defendants, for that Purpofe. Upon Report from the Ceraraittee of the whole Houfe, Deep! to whom was referred the Coiifideraticn of the Bill, in- ' tituled, " An Aft for incorporating the Undertakers Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1738, 20 May 1738

    266 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1738. i<. 1C a a a a i< M if €( U It <( s< t< l£ 22. An Aft for enlarging the Term and Powers granted and given by an Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1765, 10 May 1765

    igS Journals of the Houie of Lords. from Bui. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Hewett and others: To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for veiling the <c Eftate late of Peter Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1765, 13 May 1765

    2.00 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 17655 Sealford Common, Bill: J wies Deep- ins; Stone JSriiige, Road, Bill: The Queftion was put, « Whether this Bill fhall " pais ?" It was Refolved in the Affirmative. Hodie Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1774, 21 March 1774

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1774. Barclay againft Rofs et al. Uli of this inftaiit March ; and praying, " That the " fame may be reverfed, varied, or altered, or that the " Appellant may have Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    An essay on Ireland ...: being two extempore lectures ... 1856, for the benefit of the Irish Speaking Society., 1856

    I have read of the work has given me the greatest satisfaction.*1 Rev. Patrick Whitb , C.C, Sligo . " Deep research, style, and dietion, characterise your trnly genuine Irish history, which will contribute to defend the justice of our Subscribers-only content

    The Paternoster pilgrims: an impossible sketch., 1884

    gay, Alack-a-day And shall do while from work we stay, Alack-a-day We ' ve heard this is the proper way, Deep grief or sorrow to pourtray, And so you hear us gently say, Alack-a-day Alack-a-day Mr. Brown . Why, oh Subscribers-only content

    The Coming man., 1886

    (22) WH OLESALE & RETAIL Coal and Coke Merchant; OLD WR & KF, Manufacturers supplied with Coal, Coke, and Slack at all prices. Families supplied with Best Deep Coal of all descriptions. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Subscribers-only content

    Friend or foe?., 1886

    :- " Never pretend to skill, not wish to seem Deep learned, nor court a popular esteem ; But if admired by men, you pass for wise, And draw their listening ears and following eyes, Rather mistrust and doubt yourself Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    A conqueror. Laertius, Greek, Incapable. Lafayette , Lamartine, French, In the crucible. French, Innocent mirth. Lambert , Saxon, Fair lamb. Lamech, Hebrew, Overthrower. Lamorack, Scotch, Deep . Lancelot, French, Noble knight. Lancelot, Ptalian, A little lance. Lara, Celtic, Distinguished teacher. Subscribers-only content


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