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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 3 Of the Ancient Town-Ditch.

    the like thereunto. And the City had in this Year 1606 , well cleansed their Ditches and common Sewers. And Floodgates were made in Holborn -ditch and Fleet-d itch . ] Nothing of this Town-ditch remaineth at this Day ,

    Book 1, Chapter 5 The Waters serving this City. The New River.

    Loudly sing, And with thy Crystal Murmurs strook together, Bid all thy true Well-wishers welcome hither. At which Words the Floodgates flew open, the Stream ran gallantly into the Cistern, Drums and Trumpets sounding in triumphal manner; and a brave

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    you are to enquire of all Encroachments upon the River, and the Banks of the same: And of all Bridges, Floodgates , Milldamms, and such like Annoyances, Erected or Builded upon, or near to the Banks of the same River:

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    75 while houses rebuilt or converted included Bentons Place, 76 Sauceland 77 and Oldhouse Farms 78 near Coolham , and Floodgates near Knepp pond, remodelled for Sir Merrik Burrell (d. 1957) c . 1927. 79 An increase of 40 per

    List of maps

    and Sir Merrik (d. 1957) to Sir Walter (d. 1985 ); 89 from c . 1930 Sir Merrik lived at Floodgates in the south-east corner of the parish, and his son at Knepp Castle . 90 The house called Knepp

    Shipley Economic history

    's ( 1674 ), 9 Priors, later Crookhorn, of 100 a. in 1709 and 131 a. in 1751 , 10 Floodgates , 11 and Pondtail farms. 12 Leases of 11 or 21 years were mentioned in the later 18th century

    The borough of Droitwich Introduction and borough

    to the east. And so by the lane under the wood of the pasture called the Fordmill meadow next the Floodgates pit, on the south. And so down by the ditch of Purdesore wood to the ditch between the meadow

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stell Why Aur~ctin, Shafig, Out Gref nhear Ctoventpary-the r captal ea PreIssinY and o Smest idAChInces, Palley Bteckes, Load Pump, Floodgates nod Frame. ~ ,v hewori, sonl other Effects. I a- 'ls mlewl ctience at 3 o'clock in tier ift-nion~o. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Glimpse at Ulleawater ..G. Hieken . 10 0 Chasing a Smuggler's Boat . E. A. Hayes . S S Floodgates, Penny Barr . ..C. IV. Radelyffe ..8 Glen Humi, on the Conway J: . Piggoltt . 5 5 £2,007 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SOCIETY OF ARTIST& ExHIBITION, I Thc following is a list of the sales of pictures during the Past seeson, whIch we are glad to learn has, on the whole, boon full1y as successful as could be expected:- GENERAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RIvel Anon, from Evesbiam Bridge to Offenhamt Bridge L by or Ferry, with the exclusive right of Esling at the Floodgates near Lhtd the Msill. and the Sluices. Weirs, Mill Ponds, and Mill Ilamis, to the saul BIll belsiugiog or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchants, Great Charles Street. Mynors, Robert, surgeon, Snow Hill. Norton, Charles, architect, the Crescent. Newey John, gimlet maker, Ann Street, Floodgates. (One, Joseph, Livery Stables, Livery Street. Osborne, A. and J., clock dial makers, Whittall Street. Page, John, chape maker, Subscribers-only content

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