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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 16 TOWER of London. Later Buildings.

    Year 1640 , the 3d of November the long Parliament began; and soon after this Royal Castle was made a Garrison ; and as a Place of Custody, there were committed hitherto more Noblemen, Reverend Prelates, and Worthy Knights ,

    Book 5, Chapter 3 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Progress of Religion.]

    Zeal of the Missionaries at Tranquebar, from their Letter to the Reverend Mr. Lewis , late Chaplain to the English Garrison at Fort St. George ; a Translation of which from the Portugueze, is likewise sent in this Year 's

    Appendix 1, Chapter 10 Laudable Customs of LONDON.

    are Noblemen or Captains, having their Persons environed with a Guard of Soldiers, and holding their Cities possessed with a Garrison , as well in the quietest Calm of Peace, as in the hottest Combustion of War:) But by a

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Greenwich Hospital.

    How, Esq; Bridges, Esq; Sir Christopher Wren , Knt. the Governor, and the Lieutenant Governor. This House is called a Garrison ; and all the Members of it are obliged to Duty in their respective Turns. All these Things considered,

    Book 5, Chapter 3 [Progress of Religion.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    is erected at Fort St. George for teaching, cloathing and wholly maintaining thirty Children of the poor Inhabitants of that Garrison , upon such a Foundation as gave Hopes of a considerable Enlargement. I gave a Hint before of one

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adsethait tlawr .g.yda'r- gwlaw..:: Yr oeddynt yn fyw, a rhai o, .lynt .n hwe Yu ea Mr.' i William loyd Garrison, yuynhyrfwif g"wrAgiethiwoi'6*iog. .Ganyefyn Nswbaryppr; Mass., y 1804. Ae~j;,.Globeq Mutual Life hniranee-Copany a Nfew York wedinynedai gyilvro fetbdaliad. Maey Cuini Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a Mr. Donovau, an ac- cunellear, in Charles-street. This main had obtained a Lieute- lialcy Ul the 4 th Garrison Battalion, though he had never J(uled his regiment; his sect iCs$ in Lotndon being !anted for other object. Tile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    favour rae, with a key.' The article in question states the appointVsst Vf Lieut. Coloael MEvwic: S1AIVE, of the 5th Garrison BettaliN, to.the ieut. Colo'nelcy -f the 76th Iegiineat, lately-rderned from Spaiyz, vacant by the death ofthat ewel jnt oficer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the town was occupied by h division of Mermet, and by 4 brigade of dragocns. On the sen'e day the garrison was disatinedt* the disarming also &r6dtced 5000 musquets. The peopie who do nut beloug to Ferrol, have been remaiwded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Gcnleral Officers. Tram the sta tement of the Ilon. Isfeniber th!at tihO proceeding was founded on a letter of a Garrison Contanwader, one vwould think that a formal Address had heen proa)aee, this, hiowever, was not the case. It was Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 February 1817, 26 February 1817

    follows: {By Counsel.) " I believe you are a Clergyman ?" « I am." " Were you Chaplain of the Garrison at Gibral- " tar?" " Yes; I was Senior Chaplain to the Forces." " Do you know Colonel Bailey?" Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1818, 5 June 1818

    in Gibraltar while under a legal Passport, delivered over to the Spanish Authorities, sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment in the Garrison of Ceuta, and reclaimed by the Government of Great Britain, and this present 5th Day of June 18T8 residing Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1823, 7 February 1823

    reading the Petition and Appeal of Archibald Scott of Garrison, in the County of Fermanagh, Gentle¬ man, and Barbara Scott otherwise Hamilton, his Wife ; The Reverend Andrew Young of Garrison aforesaid, Clerk, and Mary Anne Young otherwise Hamilton, his Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1823, 20 March 1823

    in the Wilson's Service of The East India Company at their Madras Petition for a Establishment, and Adjutant of the Garrison of Fort r Saint George in the said Presidency, by his Attornies John Com& Godfrey Teed Esquire, of Gray's Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1823, 18 April 1823

    the Lords Com- Wilson's mittees appointed to consider the Petition of Robert Scott Petition for» Wilson, a Captain in the Service of the East India Com- Divorce Bill. pany at their Madras Establishment, and Adjutant of the {££? Garrison iGE Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    31; Gant, 'Hist. Berechurch ', 190. Inf. from M.O.D. Garrison , ed. Dietz, 18; Gant, 'Hist. Berechurch ', 193. E.C.S . 8 Oct. 1971 . Garrison , ed. Dietz, 18. Colch. Garrison Herald , Spring 1985 , p. 25: copy

    Roman catholicism

    parish priest again had the pastoral care of Catholic soldiers from the garrison. 45 In 1 949 Catholic army families were worshipping in a barrack block. The Garrison church of Christ the King was completed at Le Cateau barracks c


    stories high and there were again upper platforms for the guns. 42 Because of the high cost of maintaining the garrison, Edward VI granted the fortifications to the corporation in 1552 . The corporation entered into a bond of £2,000

    Outlying parts of the Liberty Lexden Lexden c . 1838

    D/P 273/3/1, 3, 4A; D/P 246/11/2; P.R.O., RG 9/ 109 9 . E.R.O., D/DE1 M175, f. 2v.; D/P 273/3/3, 4. Garrison - Ten British Military Towns , ed. P. Dietz , 9-22; E.R . xliv. 125; V.C.H. Essex , ii.

    The Education of the Working Classes to 1870

    under review the roll of this school was 457. 48 This large orphanage was not, however, a typical army school. Garrison , depot, and regimental schools were much smaller and were usually arranged as three departments, for soldiers, children, and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYNN, Thomas (1736-1807), of Glynnllivon, Caern.

    coronation Newborough formed‘The Society or Garrison at Fort Williamsburg in Glynllifon Park.’ Associated with it was a parallel organization, ‘The Holy Order of Sisterhood, United, Connected and Regulated with the Free, Firm and Friendly Garrison of Williamsburg.’ According to their

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1749

    he made one of the Number that was draughted out for that Purpose He was ashore he says in the Garrison of Ostend about eighteen Days, and it being the Opinion of the Governor, that the Place must be taken,


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