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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 7 The Parish of St. Clement Danes. Bounds.

    c. tho' now pulled down, and improved in Rents, by building them into fair Courts and Squares. To give the Girt Line, or present Bounds of this Parish, I must in abundance of Places run through, or cross Houses, nay

    Book 6, Chapter 6 Covent Garden Parish. Monuments.

    pricked Lines. And farther, in the Description of St. Martin's Parish , there is given the inner Girt Line, which is the outward Girt Line to this Parish. Now for the Description of the Streets, Alleys, & c. I shall

    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. The Rolls Liberty.

    the St. John 's Head Tavern, and thence to the Corner of Cursitors Alley, where I began its Bounds or Girt Line. The Rolls, formerly a Church, now used for the Custody of the Rolls and Records of Chancery: as

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [Present State.] Cheape Ward.

    this Ward, but not Blackwel-hall. All which said Streets and Lanes, as thus severed from other Wards, appear by the Girt Line in the Map: And of these Places in order. Cheapside is a very stately spacious Street, adorned with

    Book 4, Chapter 4

    to wit, of the Nobility, Gentry, and Commonalty; but withal, filled with abundance of Poor. As to the Bounds or Girt -Line of this Parish, I shall begin on the back side of Portugal Row in Lincolns Inn Fields ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all, aL'dwr, hobliw fel ysgriferlydd aniryw i biunpllded tu X lifr cyntaf a alicacdodd oedd 'lIe i Gospel iln ]-etie. Girt illw o Iloilo uwollllow dellc. avin ll. htr hynty y ilIuiN ;vedi cyhoeddi lliaws a I lifrai, y rhai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be frittere4 away nrreci eiv in tie samt e r--ander. XWlatw 7for inasanee, ha's orbefed thtihirrea'n- upon R;. f1At'LS. leberolept Girt isfn One Cha ha- nche hLacl hai way to-Jridaiim, merely because hte ekakes It into his farinful had -that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    And gee! beneath a suen-liriclt canopy, Upon a pletform level with the pilu, *IlTe anxious "T'yrrint sit, eititroned on limb4 Girt by the chieftains of Itle hols; afll smite, Ini expectation, bet one child : Ite while F, Leon, led Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ax Irly fromi abroad sAukil weai a little bvianet instead of a lare one. At the samne time, it is Girt to be denied, that thbre is sfOimething -very painful ios the". l uatiofi of any two of our dear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shades; Breadalbane, bring your belted plaids; . Carle, now the King's conen! " Come, stately Niddrie (5) auld and true, Girt with the sword that Miuden knew We have ower few such lairdseas youl- Carle, now the King's come! -- Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester St Mary's College

    the stag's feet declare. Loaded his left hand apt to labour saith, The vest his neatness, open hand his faith. Girt with his sword, his shield upon his arm, Himself and master he'll protect from harm. The Trusty Servant is


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