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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 CHELSEA COLLEGE.

    City of London , and the Water of the said Springs to carry and convey by, and through certain little Gutters or Trenches, or Pots or Pipes under the Ground, into one Pit , Pond, or Head, of convenient Largeness,

    Book 5, Chapter 6 [Maiors and Sheriffs.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    in Height , and three Foot in Breadth, and to build them of Stone, for Security against Fire; and concerning Gutters to receive and convey the Water from their Houses: All to be at common Cost. Also concerning digging Pits

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. S. Peter's.

    Custodibus Operationis Turris London . Sal . Precipimus vobis, & c. Where after Command given for the amending the Leaden Gutters , and doing other Things needful for the great Tower, he proceeded to require them also to take Care

    Book 1, Chapter 16 Tower of LONDON. Wall and Bulwark.

    the Garner within the said Tower, and well amend it throughout, where-ever it needed. And also concerning all the Leaden Gutters of the Great Tower , from the Top of the said Tower; through which the Rain Water must fall

    Book 1, Chapter 28 The Fire of London.

    suddenly brake out afresh in the Inner Temple. Which happened, as is supposed, by Flakes of Fire falling into the Gutters of the Buildings. But his Royal Highness in Person fortunately watching there that Night, and by his seasonable Commands

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they go together? Patience. We shall see. The tremendous rain occasioned infinite confusion, when the train stopped at its destination. Gutters and pipes had burst, drains had overflowed, and streets were under water. In the first instant of alighting, Mrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POPULAR NOVELS. -0- AINDREW RAMSAY of ERROL, By the Author of 'John Arnold,' &c. 3vols. WILLIAM BATHURST. By Lewis RIOUGH. 3 vols. '" One of the best, most interesting and enthralling novels vre have seen this season."- Sun. THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    including An. inpoetent, collection -of linle -Old Italian Viol!ne, Cornets. Flutes, and Olarmlneto, Muokcalllocee, English andGu'rnau- madeConertise nd Arorian Zithora, Gutters, Banjee, 3 Taclibourinee, Violin Strjinge aed I Ittingo of all ldidnd, formingth togotber the largeet, cheapest, anod best selected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chimne y Piece Edwirl Veetilatnes, Sheet -and Plig G1nin upwarA of w V ,OF -O~ f AND OTHER CAST-13111 BiptvlTS Gutters of va~rlone PIZi0sa 'namstity of Zino S soe,' eatra' sloOS Zine 'Bathe, Hip Bathe;. iaslul LEAD F1IMTINGS FOE W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good( cronection. Security requlrod.-Address, stating quslifications, 865,- Daily Pest. c8Wf G LANISED.IRON.-Traveller Wanted. on commission. for- Sale of CGalvsnised fileets. Gutters, Netting, Ac., covering Eastern Counties and South of England. Also for North and West. 'Address, 0. 13. Daily port. Subscribers-only content


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