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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. The Crown stollen.

    Villains; but they were advanced beyond the main Guard; and the Alarm being given loudly to the Warder at the Drawbridge , he put himself in posture to stop them. Blood came up first, and discharged a Pistol at him.

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    his Voyage to the Isle of Ree near Rochell. The Death of Lambe, called by divers, Doctor Lambe . The Drawbridge also newly repaired. John Felton , for killing the Duke of Buckingham , executed and hanged in Chains. The

    Book 1, Chapter 13 The Bridges of LONDON. Other Bridges.

    other called the Simile Lock. These were for the Use of greater Vessels, that went through Bridge, Westward . The Drawbridge formerly was upon such Occasions taken up; but now a-Days never, but when it wants Repairing. The Reparation of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    June 8. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. E. Grejsou, Habergamheaves, Lancashire, cotton-spinner. G. Heill, Compton street, Clerkenwell, baker. BANKRUPTS. W. Rose, Strand, music-seller. [Drawbridge, Arundel street, Strand. W. Kieran, Great George street, Bersoondsey, butter merchant. [Keene, Furnival's inn. C. and.J.Pastheller, Huntingdon, bankers. [Lowe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tokenhouse yard. W. Lewes, Bishop's-StortfQrd', Qattle-salesmsan. [FordPallmasl. C. Stieger, John street, Spitalfieids,rsugar.refiner. [Williams, Burr et. A. .- Campbell, Fulbamn, apotheeary. [Drawbridge, Arundel street. J. Tutty Rtye, cabintt-naker. ;[BDatonX Austin friars. Wf.i Beltonr~Skinner street, victu-aler. [Duncan, Lincoln's inn fields. J. ;-Bougl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English, Strand, hosier. [Hardwick and Guest, Laurence-lane. W. and W. Hill, Southwark, salters. [Richardson, Walbrook. R. D. Mott, Commercial-road, wine--merchant. [Drawbridge, Arundel-st. J. Y. Complin, New Alresford, corn-merchant. EBridger, Finsbury-circus. G. Huddleston, Great Driffield, bookseller. [Ellis & Co., Chancery-la. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and contreefor. whl TsOMsAB CARNER, 60 and 21, Terrace Road, Abarystwvith, to Cadignahreconectiner baerpreisin dealer, refreshment- ~ DANOEL DAVI~s, th Drawbridge BondedStores of the Bunch Mr Grapes In, and S. Mary Sreet, al In Cardgan, wine, spirit, cue n Caradog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BB SOLD BY AUOCTION, SY f Mr. J. HAWK1C, on WEDNESDA'kY D NEXT, December 9, at Ten o'clock, at the Drawbridge Inan, iMhirley (six miles from Birminghain)-tbe LICENSES, GOOD \vI JjD, and I'OII8RSSION of the above Iun, togother with the Subscribers-only content

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