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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    their Dinner, 66l. 13s. 4d. For Relief and Release of poor Prisoners in and about London , that lie in Durance for small Debts, 1000l. For Redemption of poor Captives from Turkish Slavery, 1000l. For Erecting of a Free School

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northchurch or Berkhampstead St Mary

    into the possession of John Cock , whose heir was his sister, Anne Partridge . She held a messuage called Durance in 1729 , 78 and devised the manor to her heir at law, William Cock of Barley End ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    except the clothes they bad on. - A despatch from Avinon states that the Rhone has inundated the town. The Durance too has broken its dykes, and inundated the plain. - Private correspondence from Paris represents that the Court is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to lid. per pound. A despatch received by the Government announces a great and destructive food of the Rhone and Durance. Wednesday's journals are occupied with the dispute between the Church and the University, the fortifications of Paris, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the same period; and finally, the line of Avignon to Marseilles, frorn the latter city to the banks of the Durance, a distance of 100 kilometres, at the latest, in December. SPAIN. RETURN OF THE QUEEN TO MADRID.-The Queen re- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naval force in the Chinese Sea will be composed of three ships. The Eurydice and Durance are prepared to proceed to the station. The Durance will pass by Tahiti, and will join at Macao the Eurydice and Bayonnais.-The ' Courrier Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found myself over Mount Miso, which I recognised frombhaving explored it during a journey into Piedmont. The Po and the Durance there have their rise. i plainly saw the magnificent valley. A singular effect of mirage, produced by the moon Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the poor confined Debtors within the several Prisons of this Kingdom. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Parliament of Great-Britain, for Relief., 1 August 1719

    Ufe or Service to either than a Sun-dial in a Grave. That the longer the poor Debtors are kept in Durance, the more mife- table is their Condition, and the lefs their Subftance towards paying their Debts. And 'tis evident, Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1769, 6 April 1769

    L. Lovel & Hoi- land. L.. Digby. r'onet deceafed, and of Samuel Cahale Efquire, and Wil* to take the iiam Durance Clerk Guardian of tht hid Samuel Canals, a Minor of the Age of Nineteen Years and upwards; fetting forth, Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1814, 2 May 1814

    Dint of Per- feverance and Accident, at laft got relieved, as the under-written Judge's Difcharge will evince, after having fuffered Durance vile for about Two Months: " Copy of the Judge's Difcharge, ' Francis Harrifon ~\ Upon reading the Affida- Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1819, 8 March 1819

    Shoes he is entirely destitute: To enumerate to " this House the many Evils existing in this Place " of Durance would require the Pen of the most (t able Statesman, and then they would come short " of the Subscribers-only content

    Front Page, 10 June 1788

    it might be lengthened bv a late Precedent in pwo-Zawa": That fuch a i eii*2th of Confinement, or even a Durance of Two Monr s'ir lwholefome Climates and in the foul Air of Cafe^'/a Gaol, would be equal to a Subscribers-only content

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