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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 28 [By-Laws] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [for Fishermen.]

    a Fisherman, shall, within the said Bounds or Limits, still lie or bend over any Net, during the time of Flood , whereby both Salmons, and other kind of Fish, may be hindered or kept back from swimming upwards, to

    Book 1, Chapter 6 About the Tydes.

    of England opposite to them. And this is, because that Wind doth with equal Force blow in the Tide of Flood at both Ends of this Island, both Westwards and Northwards. Thirdly, There is another Cause of great Tydes and

    Book 1, Chapter 6 The River of THAMES.

    straight Course. The Land Floods also do greatly stain the Fineness of the Stream, insomuch that after a great Land Flood , you take up Haddocks with your Hands beneath the Bridge, as they float aloft on the Water; whose

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [The Priory.] Faringdon Ward without. [Bartholomew Fair.]

    St. Bartholomews in Smithfield , builded him an House upon Harrow on the Hill , only for fear of this Flood . Thither he went, and made provision of all Things necessary within him, for the space of two Months,

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Modern State thereof.

    great and sudden Rains, the Water here comes down from other Streets with that Swiftness, that it oftimes causeth a Flood in the lower Part. This Street is large and open, the Houses well built and inhabited. On the West

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am bnision yr wythinos. Y fasnaes. moewn PysE yr sefydlog amn lrisien bloanerorl. Ysbydig ha iywiogrwydd cedd yr y fasnash Flood, a chedwid it a pritian blanenorl. (iwerthal hod llin yr araf. -Yr cedd yy fasnash mewn hadan amaethyddol yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UAI 'TSES I-LART dISEASE England's leading Doctors to-day can prove that Indigestion, Bilioasmems, Pain between the Shoulders, and Pair fter Flood. and in the Small of the Back, Sick Headache, Constip- ation, Irritable Temper, Cold Chill, i and Flashes of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henslow, M.A.,F.L.S.,F GS. 0 Yn yr ' Upward Life Series,' gyhoeddir gan Marshall Brothers, y mae ' Through Fire and Flood,' gan y Parch. F. B. Meyer, B.A., a e ' Praying in the Holy Ghost,' gan y Parch. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T .THE EXAMI NER.,, ;. I. LO.YD O, L NOVEMM{BEU 16. ioVf the night of' Wednesday next onr Iamnented young Princess vill'be buried by tor6h-liglt in St. George's Chgpfql et Windsor. T he young widower, stricken, per- hbas for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wound, which divided a branch of the artery, was nearly seven inches; and hie discharged upwards of four quarts of Flood before Mr, T. Williams, the surgeon who attends hir, was esrabled to dilate and tie up the artery, which Subscribers-only content

 

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