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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 5 [Maior.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    warn him there presently, to provide himself with Requisites for the Office of the Maioralty: and to be present at Guildhall on the Feast of Simon and Jude next following, to take his Oath, as anciently was wont to be

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Liveries and Fees.

    Prison, 2500 Two Keepers of the Compters Prisons, each 2000l. 4000 One Keeper of the Pesthouse, 60 One Keeper of Guildhall , & c. 1200 One Keeper of the Greenyard, 100 Two Keepers of Moorfields ; each 100l. 200 One

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Liveries and Fees.

    Guildhall , for his Fee, 11 6 00 His 2 Liveries, 4l. 16s.; and his Reward at the Audit, 6s. 8d. 5 2 08 To the Verger of the Chapel, his Fee, 5 00 00 To the Sweeper of

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Statutes for preventing Fires.

    was published in Print; being dated at Guildhall , the 15th of October 1681 . Pursuant to this, at a Common Council, Sir John Moore Maior, November 16. 1681 . it was agreed, That Books should be prepared by the

    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Sheriffs.]

    Article of the Common Council. If any of those chosen refuse, or absent himself, that he be not present at Guildhall the Eve of St. Michael at Ten of the Clock, to take his Charge, then shall be levied of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coi n of the realm. Oin Thu rsrlav tie I mittee made application to the Comion Cow-nCi, for use of Guildhall as the central station for the city Oty stations are, fxed in Spitadfields, Shorerli)(ch, -o "e., I 'l way Subscribers-only content

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    of Common Council bvas held at Guildhall on- Thuars day, when Petitions were presented from several wards, comn- plaining of the great number of -common prestitufes, who infest the streets both day and night-They were ordered to lie on the Subscribers-only content

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    20,0001. each; and to the six daughters, 10,0001. each. SHoeLIFTING.-A most dextrous adept in this art has bees examinied at Guildhall during the week. His name is Artonio Gallin; andl he is an Italian. It appeared -from this pnsport, that Subscribers-only content

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    subject, when agitated, to which every Englishmtan is ahives. This trial commenced in the morning of the 20th April, at Guildhall, before Lord ChiefJusticeAbboit and a Spe- cial Jury, and continued until half-past II o'clock the same evening, when an Subscribers-only content

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    sessions commenced on Ttiesday at Guildhall, when Edward Bridgrnan, the paseateiee of the iron coffins, was indicted for an assault ont 1acobl-Frewiis, a constable oi St. Andrew's, in tile execution of its duty. The particulars of this ease are al- Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    an engraving of 1810 in Guildhall Library 111 48 Winchester House c . 1800. From an anonymous watercolour in Guildhall Library 114 49 Ashburnham House 1791. From an anonymous wash and ink drawing in Guildhall Library 125 50 Chelsea Farm

    List of illustrations

    in 1827 . From an aquatint by W. Westall in Guildhall Library 6. The Regent's Canal in 1935 . From a pen and ink drawing by Nathaniel Kornbluth in Guildhall Library 7. The Docklands Light Railway at Heron Quays c

    List of illustrations

    c . 1740. From a watercolour in Guildhall Library 20. St. John 's Parish Church and Church Row c . 1830. From a pen and wash drawing by Mrs. L. Garne in Guildhall Library 21. St. Stephen's Church , Rosslyn

    List of illustrations

    From a lithograph, after a print by R. Ward , 1842, in Guildhall Library 19. Balmes House c . 1825. From a watercolour by C. H. Matthews in Guildhall Library 20. Assembly at the Mermaid in 1812 . From a

    Medieval Gloucester Town government, 1483-1547

    the Cross to the schoolhouse beside St. Mary de Crypt church. 46 G.B.R., I 1/22 (the original charter, kept at Guildhall , Glo uc., in 1982 ; it is paraphrased in Glouc. Corp. Rec . pp. 16-19). Glouc. Corp. Rec

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUMFREYS, Sir William, 1st Bt. (c.1651-1735), of Barking, Essex.

    in the Poultry. He owed his baronetcy to his entertainment as lord mayor of George I, on his accession, at Guildhall on 29 Oct. 1714. Returned as a Whig on the Duke of Somerset’s interest at Marlborough in 1715, he

    LEWKNOR, Edward (1516/17-56), of Kingston Buci, Suss.

    card game. On 6 June 1556 Lewknor was taken to the Tower and on 15 June he was tried at Guildhall and sentenced to death for treason. He was among those whose execution was deferred, and he would probably have

    VERNEY, Edmund (1528-58), of Pendley in Tring, Herts.

    Verney’s arrest is not known, but he was being interrogated in May 1556 and he was indicted of treason at Guildhall on 11 June. He remained in prison for almost a year and was not pardoned until 12 July 1557.[footnote]Verney

    HUMBERSTON, William (d.1574), of Dunwich, Suff.

    on 15 Dec. 1574, before the second session of the 1572 Parliament, and an inquisition post mortem was held at Guildhall, London, in 1582.Rylands Eng. ms 304, f. 632; Vis. Norf. (Harl. Soc. xxxii), 166-7; CPR, 1548-9, p. 239; 1558-60,

    DICKINSON, Marshe (?1703-65), of Cheapside, London and Dunstable, Beds.

    ‘the King could not have pleaded his promise of severity pledged to the City’.At a meeting of the livery at Guildhall, 4 Mar. 1761, Dickinson was ‘put in nomination’ for the general election, but failed to receive sufficient support.[footnote] On

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 10th November 1837

    7 m. to 2. He looked pale, and said he had a bad headache last night from the gas in Guildhall . He was quite touched when he spoke of the enthusiasm of yesterday and spoke so kindly of it.

    Thursday 9th November 1837

    Family &c. went before me. I subjoin a minute description of the whole procession, proceedings, entertainments and all. I reached Guildhall at a little before 4. Throughout my progress to the City, I met with the most gratifying, affectionate, hearty

    Saturday 14th July 1838

    hands and neck were covered with rash; and said seriously:“I'm afraid it's not quite righted”. He said the dinner in Guildhall had done off uncommonly well; he was a good deal tired after it and therefore did not attempt to

    Wednesday 27th June 1838

    Street (while he was away) from the City, saying they intended to give a dinner to all these Ambassadors at Guildhall , and asking his advice as to the time when it should be. I told him that I felt

    Tuesday 3rd July 1838

    of Commons. Spoke of the Duke of Nassau and his sons; of the day when the great dinner at the Guildhall to the Ambassadors was to be; the original day, the 10th, being otherwise occupied. We spoke of that; of

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Concord

    thereof the date is written " 1 July 1775," and in 1776 List, the date, which was engraved 1776, is altered in MS. to 1775. Meeting Places Star Inn, High Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1775 Guildhall, High Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1782

    St. John's Lodge

    Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1039 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Guildhall, Bore Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire 1865 George Hotel, Bird Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire 1865

    Londinium Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1920 Guildhall, Gresham Street, London, England 1985

    Teifi Lodge

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Guildhall, Cardigan, Cardiganshire, Wales 1924 Assembly Rooms, Cardigan, Cardiganshire, Wales 1935

    Prince George Lodge

    in List until 1751. Meeting Places Pope's Head, Pike Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1748 Prince George, Foxhole Key, Plymouth, Devonshire 1763 Prince George, Foxhole Key, Plymouth, Devonshire 1781 Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, Plymouth, Devonshire 1797 Guildhall, High Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1806

 

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