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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 6 APPENDIX.

    afterwards point out at that Scylla or Carybdis, upon or in which they miscarry before they come to the appointed Haven , where the Donors intended their unlading.) Also the Distribution of all Bread or other Provision sent in by

    Book 5, Chapter 19 [Merchants Strangers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    other Merchant Strangers, to the hindrance of the King's Subjects; and by riding from Place to Place, and from Haven to Haven , they might understand the State of the same, with all such Landing-Places as were meet for any

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Lambeth.

    Good Lady and Sister dere, In Erth we shall never mete here; But yet I trust, with Godis Grace, In Haven we shal deserve a Place: Yet thy Kindnesse shal nere depart, During my Life out of my Hert; Thou

    Preface 4 Epistle Dedicatory to the Third Edition.

    the antient and modern Seat of our Kings; Yea, the very Chamber Royal for Majesty it self, and the open Haven for all Merchandize and Commerce, as being the rich Storehouse of Peace and Plenty. It shall be needless here

    Book 1, Chapter 1 Number of Inhabitants; and Antiquity of LONDON.

    so ordered to gratify the Citizens, who favoured his Cause. Belinus (by which Name Dunwallo's Son was called) built an Haven in this Troynovant, with a Gate over it, which still bears the Name of Belingsgate [now Billingsgate . ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARHOLIAD ATHROTA TREFECCA. Gyda phleser mawr yr ydymr yn cydlwyno ein had- roddiad o'n harholiad e Fyfyrwyr yr Athrofa hon am* y tymor diweddaf. Mae yn hyfrydweh genym alli dweyd fod y papyrau a ysgrifenwyd gan y myfyrwyr yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gosod allan y gwahaniaeth rhwng safon y r papyr ar Porter a safon y papyr ar Haven ? Ai Fid yr ystyl ydyw'fod. Haven yr fwy anbawdd o 3 ar naIPorter? O.fely,gadech i ni weled pa faint gwell atranydd ydyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y wlad eisiau gwybod fod hwn wedi enill 81,a hwn acw wedi enill 83 o rifnodau yn Angus neu Haven, neu y Principia, Latina. Os dechreuir manylu fel hyn, paham na roddir y rhifnodu a enilla pob un ymhob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i am hen lane erioed a hynlaint o blant ganddo.5 Yr oedd unwaith n co si gyda'r agerfad o Grand Haven i Milwaukee, ac fel ar-er yr oCdd yn hynoci o siaradus ar fwrdd y llestr. Penderfynodd rhai o'r gwv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    med dwon, fel y gallai pobl 60br deithio. y au cerbydau bob enu moletu.: Ymddengys i ni ei bod ye Haven bryd medd- wl am, gymeryd rhyw gain newydd. yn yr secos bhwn. Ac nid ydym Oi yn gallu meddw2 Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Port

    below Hythe quay on the west bank of the river; it was extended in 1925 . A third public quay, Haven quay, was built below King Edward quay in the late 1930s . 92 By 1975 all but one of

    The borough of Southampton General historical account INDEX MAP to the TOWN and COUNTY of SOUTHAMPTON

    ende: and so along Burger's strete and thorough Kinghern [otherwise Langherne ] yate unto Haven stone in Hilton upponne the water side, est: and fro Haven stone along as the water lyeth unto Hegstone [later Millstone ] at Blackworth, suth:

    Selsey Parish Church of St Peter , Selsey 1864

    by the sea, on the north by the lagoon known as Wythering Haven and later as Selsey , or Pagham , Harbour , and on the west by a branch of this harbour which formerly connected with the sea at

    Charities

    that these almshouses were given the name of Ellis's Hospital (q.v.) in the early 19th century. Sir James Reckitt Village Haven : Sir James Reckitt in 1924 provided an endowment of £13,000 to provide almshouses, preferably for poor people connected

    West Grinstead Ashurstn And West Grinstead c. 1960

    Grinstead remained a parish of scattered settlement in 1983 , several isolated farmhouses were demolished after c . 1875, viz. Haven , Goreland, Denman's, and Whiteson Farms. 26 Thirty-one persons were taxed in West Grinstead tithing in 1296 , 24

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORISON, William (1663-1739), of Prestongrange, Haddington.

    for improving a harbour near Prestonpans, previously known as Newhaven or Aitcheson’s Haven, but which had gradually assumed the proprietorial description, Morison’s Haven.[footnote]The potential advantages of Morison’s Haven were considerable: this period witnessed a nearby and successful example of industrial

    ERSKINE, John (1660-1733), of the Sand Haven, Culross, Fife.

    of the Sand Haven, Culross, Fife. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Stirling Burghs 1708 1710 Ofifces Held Ensign of ft. Earl of Mar’s regt. (21 Ft.) Mar.–Sept. 1680, coy. ft. Stirling Castle garrison Sept. 1680, capt. 1689, lt.-col. (brevet) 1692;

 

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