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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Horse with his Face to the Horsetayl, and the Tayl held in his Hand as a Bridle: a Collar of Jordans about his Neck, and a Whetstone on his Breast [to denote him a great Lyar. ] And in that

    Book 5, Chapter 9 [Fishmongers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    go to buy Fish beyond the Bounds appointed. And these are the Bounds, the Chappel upon the Bridge, Bainards Castle, Jordans Key: Unless the Fish be set to sell, as they are at Berkynes, Northflete, Dartford , and in some

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    , William, commissary of musters for Connaught, 62, 72, 133, 497. , , appointment of, as commissary for Munster, 409. Jordans , the, 441. Josephus , 429. Joyeuse , Cardinal de, 398. Justice "God's wounds," 430. , "Tripes," 430. , Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, January 1673, 01 January 1673-31 January 1673

    Nathaniel Radely to William Williams, of London. On 5th August the Loyal James of London, was cast away on the Jordans by Cuba, where two English ships took in what was saved; one was the pink Peter which was taken

    Index, J-K, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    William (Newfoundland), 50, p. 38, 495. -, -, grant of land (Carolina) to, 1224. Jordan , Daniel (deceased), p. 217. Jordans , , 921. Jorden , Mrs., 202 II. Joshua , 276. Joyeuse , Duke, Admiral of France, 31. Joyner

    America and West Indies, May 1676, 01 May 1676-31 May 1676

    Governor's speedy answer, as the Indians daily approach nearer to their habitations. Endorsed , "Petition presented to the Governor per Jordans." 1 p . [ Col. Papers, Vol. XXXVI., No . 66. ] [ This is the petition which, ignored

    Entry Book, February 1694, 1-10, 01 February 1694-10 February 1694

    John, Abbot of Chertsey, 1507, April 1, to Richard Adamson for 200 years; the farm near a tenement formerly called Jordans demised on the feast of Hilary, 15 Hy. VI, to Nicholas Smith for 300 years; being reputed parcel of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JORDAN, William (c.1665-1720), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    Constituency Dates Reigate 15 Mar. 1717 1720 Biography The Jordans were country gentlemen, settled at Gatwick since the fourteenth century. On the death of Sir John Parsons in 1717, William Jordan successfully contested the resulting vacancy at Reigate as a

    GERARD, William (d.1444), of Hyde near Wareham, Dorset.

    of the manor of Milborne which had once belonged to Thomas Stretch, and he also acted on behalf of the Jordans of Wolfeton.[footnote] In the meantime he had been present at Dorchester for the elections of the knights of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    che-,i,0s-tl. Moornouse and S. H. Soith, bheffield, table- kuniic ctlers-B. T. Turner and T. Cross, Kiogston-npon.Hull, corn lrctris-Joiies, Leonard, and Jordans, Bristol, alkali mnaotactorero; as far as regards W. Jordan-Green, Son, and Banks, liatton garden, wholesale jewellers: as far as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an order from Jordan. Mr Wontner said that was all the evidence he proposed to offer at present against the Jordans. dir Templeman considered that the evidence had not carried the case any further, and therefore there was nothing against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    region, he suggested that science and trade should go hand in hand. In a letter he wrote to Petheriek from Jordans, Dec. 22, 1859, we find this passage: " You could do your own ivory business at the samie time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clock JOBBER; a Mfan who understands both 'lVbranchbes of Repsialm-Address, E. 85. Daily Poet. d006 5OWaeiJobbers.-WANTED, an experienced WORKNA-N.- T1.Awddtrotess, Jordans, 17, Worcester Street. c027, W AI'TE god German Silver and Brass Strip OASTRILS- A Il%"1y'lton Street, Vyse Street. .066 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otlier goods lee reguhidan'rercnd tslnoeugtzteeeni-powver users. Nonearo erinoterdto piny who iravo triota ep ractical leinowlvulgeo msachisery ererr thre tcrrdc-Y. B1., Jordans Sbtret. Liverpool. e5343 t~i~OLLIUBltfi~ndl Icon Agerits.-TManufrccturer of oils and greases itJs oprer to sell on liberal cash terries, email Subscribers-only content

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