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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 8 APPENDIX.

    Omission so to do. V. That a Fall, or Cest-pool of convenient Bigness shall be made and continued to every Grate of the Common Sewer within this City and Liberties, to receive the Sand or Gravel coming to the same,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 6 APPENDIX.

    Prisoner there one Stephen Foster , who (as poor Men are at this Day ) was a Cryer at the Grate , to beg the benevolent Charities of pious and commiserate Benefactors that passed by. As he was doing his

    Appendix 1, Chapter 6 Ludgate, What it is; not what it was.

    Running Assistant. 6. Two Churchwardens. 7. A Scavenger. 8. A Chamberlain. 9. A Running Post. 10. The Cryers at the Grate , which are commonly six in Number.. I. Of the Office of the Reader. B Ecause I find that

    Book 1, Chapter 11 Acts for the River of THAMES.

    the Inhabitants of every Ward so along the said Water, as of old Time hath been accustomed. And that every Grate be in Height Four and twenty Inches at the least, or more, as the Place shall need, and in

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Broadstreet Ward.

    , from the Water Conduit, Westward , on both sides of the Street, by Alhallows Church , to an Iron Grate on the Chanel, which runneth into the Water Course of Walbrook , before ye come to the Postern, called

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newly-erected commodious DWELLING. HOUSE at TEaMLm BULDINGS, in the Town of Corwen, consisting of a Kitchen (with Stove Regis. tered Grate), Wine and another larger underground Cellar on the ground floor, Parlour, Kitchen, and Drawing Room, first floor; 3 good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newly-erected commodious -DWELL-ING- ~HOtTSE at TEsjai Buiimies, " inthe Town of Corw~enu, conisistin~g Of ai Kitclhenl (with Stove. egs- tered Grate), Wine and anothi' lai&e unlderground:_ Ceollar on:&ie groun for.larlonr, Kitchen,-asc Drawing R'oi fist -foor ; 3 good Beclrooms Dres Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a newly-erected commodious DWELLING-. HOUSE at TENMLE BurIDINGS, in. thle Townl- iofr Corwen; consisting of a Kitchen (with.Stove Regis- tered Grate), Wine.and another larger underground Cellar on the ground filoor,' Parlour ,Kitchen, and Drawing Room, first floor ; 3 good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - s1 P E &i 2IGRAVEL-,, PLL. ili3-MA V~ Pe3 -leni hwnvi :~ hsio; YL hb, asdloge Pr fies ale Grate] asi we~t ,nhiwytoi ,ralhli syitd -T~usenLrmegloP b yn y OsY!3e-- t.bawya, fntynyv 4rtew, Diify oram a'ddm-gul i~ d or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nodwedd hon6. a gyfilawnyd eri;0d )eWh debyg. Yn y- yd "-i'r o bad- h.-'yr oedd creigiau nmawrion a lwid e Grate,, y rhai a ymgodentor d6 fra ho n rryitr a cholledion difawr i drafnidiseth. Ymdd~nt ye mai mynych a- Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 19 Henry VI (1440-1)

    Sprot (Alexander), vintner. Testament touching his lands and tenements in Watlyngstrete in the parish of S. Augustine near S. Paul's Grate, which he leaves to William Okeborne, the rector, and churchwardens of the said parish church and their successors, to

    Wills, 15 Henry VI (1436-7)

    goods more fully is declared. To the rector, churchwardens, and parishioners of the church of S. Augustine by S. Paul's Grate he gives a right of way ( quandam viam processionalem ) through his alley to the east end of

    Wills, 9 Henry VI (1430-1)

    Lucia, Virgin [13 Dec. ] . White (Thomas), armourer. To be buried in the church of S. Augustine at the Grate [of S. Paul's ] . His executors to sell the term of service of William Stacy his apprentice, and

    Appendix: poor laws, 8 December 1830, 08 December 1830-08 December 1830

    are wanted? Yes. Do you pay them Wages by the Year or by the Week? By the Week or the Grate. When you pay those Men by the Week, what do you pay them? Ten Shillings a Week, I did;

    Index, G, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    346. Grant , Patrick, 288, 389, 423. , , petition of, 104. , Peter, information of, 126. , Richard, 121. Grate in Dublin Castle , letter dated from, 357. Graterix , Hugh, 170. Gravenor , Robert, 87. Gray , Lord Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A - Z

    A. L., 107; Chas., 20 Grant fam. , 291 Grantmesnil , Adeline de, m. Rog. d'Ivry, 60; Hugh de, 60 Grate , Thos., 78 Grave , see Grove Graven Hill , in Merton , 3, 15, 221, 225, 228 Gravesend


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