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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [Streets.] Aldersgate Ward. [Modern State.]

    some Dwelling Houses. Vine Yard , pretty large, but of small Account, having old Houses, and some part not built. Fanns Alley, just without the Bars, as to the Entrance, which is broad enough for Carts, and but indifferently built

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Aveley AVELEY AND WEST THURROCK 1980

    the 19th century and later, as Water Lane . 19 It existed in 1593 as a manor way leading to Fanns Farm, Marshfoot House, and Tunny Mead . 20 Gravel Pit Lane , which ran south from Sandy Lane to

    Parishes Childerditch CHILDRDITCH 1980

    vi. 75; and cf. O.E.D . s.v. lease , to glean or gather. Cf. L. Thompson , The Land that Fanns , 2 and passim . E.R.O., D/DP M 1099. E.R.O., D/DP P77. E.R.O., D/CT 79. E.R.O., D/SR 90/A. For

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sept. 4. BANKRUPTS. T. lWhitcormbjunt. Kidderminster, hatter. [Norton, Gray's inn Squore. F. Moore, Birmingham, victnaller. [Norton, Gray's inn square. J. Fanns, Bond street, Piccadilly, tailor. [Arnott, Farrar's build. Teaipl. F. and C. Griffith, Southampton row, linen-drapers. [Jones, Size lace S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OUR LOCAL LITERATURE Has bad but few additions since our last summary, DUD we have now two books before us, the notice of which need not be deferred. The first is the production of a former townsman, and is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL4 BIRMINGHAM THIS EVENING (Wednesday), Febrnury S, 1865, THRE C)ORSICAN B'BOTHER:S With the Grand Masquerade, To conclude with the great Pantomnime o OLD KING IOLES Witb Its Magnificent Scenery. by Mr. Roberts, Lower Boxes, Bs.; UpoerBoxes, 2s.; Pit. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEA SERVICES, Toilet Sets, nuests of Pomuade Polts, Punchl Bowls, Curious Figisree, WONI)tOUSLY-CARVEiD IVOPY WORKS, in Baskets, Vases, Card Racks, Fanns, Glove Boxes, Crib- bdare oardo, COheessnon, flominoec; CARVED SANDAL WOOD JEWEL CASES, Glove Boxes and Card Caves, Japanese Lacquer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    serxtalule Hou.sellodels on1 their Furiniturye and Eleres~t~~eeremoval fos ossers reirnleas; slop. wintlint TA~le1715 sms ootassalvances on tiseir Grosriu C~roas., Produice, Fanns St-ik, and Fiffcts. JTRADti.,;1iN EN wh11 reqillire Oeeasiiiial Advances may Obtain same eus delsosit of tlupllls Stock- or Urnesasoiable Subscribers-only content

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