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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Uproars, Mutinies and Riots.

    Whereas it is given to us to understand, that very many Evildoers and Disturbers of our Peace have made divers Knots , Confederacies, and unlawful Conventicles within the foresaid City and Suburbs of the same, since we have taken the

    Book 5, Chapter 27 [Poultry.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Bread Corn.]

    péece. iiij.d. Grey Plouers, the péece, iij.d. Snytes the péece. ij.d. Blackbirdes the do ssen xij.d, Larkes the dossen. viij.d. Knots the péece. iiij.d. Gulles the péece being fatte. xx.d. The large fat Goose. xiiij.d. Egges v. for a penny

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Greenwich.

    hath the Picture of a Man in the Dress of those Times, with Trunk Breeches, Doublet embroidered, and Garters with Knots ; a Chain of Gold over his right Shoulder , coming down under his left Side, and a Rose

    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Ward. St. Laurence Poultney.

    I will record. She wrought all Needle workes that women exercise, With Pen, Frame, or Stoole, all Pictures artificiall, Curious Knots or Trailes, what fancy would devise, Beasts, Brids, or Flowers, even as things naturall: Three manner hands could she

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to regard' matters as completed, till the-d vernivent; sycureAdi bytheir eftbts keptitheir prioetmes wit then, and treatid thieia with respect Knots led-Ae he`re : COitiCS in aomna ri h tm ,patfrth uraefwl of the.1-reat, as-,.enll as far thelloorer of sopr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    andl ttigitatl tr'gie Viny. it fis'e stse with esw Sceoery, I)resses, att Deeortsttstis, ctlled S'I'ItATHMOll.. Prittcipatl chlsaeters by Me'srs Carlles Knots Bti'stielle, , I og-tes, Heoll. lisgi t1. Vatl- (l1riloff, Mrs Chtoleiss Kent Miss Recenfiis. till Mrs Fitz- willits. SWitll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unmarried men bear more sympathies toward young unmarried women than austere and suspicious parents, or maiden aunts or jealous cousins. Knots, which the ignorant tie faster by trying to unravel, are easily solved by fingers which the chrysm hath lubricated. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lomigor. Fainting from loss of blood, he sat down oii a mound of sand, picked open with his teeth thel knots that bound his hands. and opened hisi1 breast to the pleasant sca-breeze of sunrise. The prospect, how- ever, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contents are eminently adapted for the amusement of the schoolboys for whom the Editor caters with so much judgment. "K Knots, Loops, and Ties," " Hunting," " Trades in connec- tion with Science and Art," and " Puzzles," are subjects Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Aintree

    Drainage Act of 1779 mentions Bull Bridge, and gives some field names, e.g. The Chew , Further Feirock, and Nearer Knots Field. Aintree is governed by a parish council. MANOR AINTREE is not separately mentioned in Domesday Book; from later

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    On certain social aspects of insanity., 1884

    to prepare them for examination; but I saw no evidence of what is thus described by Dr Browne :-• " Knots of children may be found standing in the playground, neglecting hop-scotch and skipping-rope, and specu¬ lating like precocious gamesters Subscribers-only content

    The fleet of the future in 1862: or, England without a fleet, 1862

    nearly as follows :- Length of water line 260 feet. Beam 52 feet. Tonnage 3,120 Displacement 4,600 tons. Power 500-horse.power. Knots 9 The " Merrimac " when converted became, as we know, a slow, and weak, and far from sea-worthy Subscribers-only content

    Forewarned, forearmed, 1882

    and Speed. ENGLAND . FRANCE . Fiest-Class Ieonclads. Fiest-Class Ieonclads. Knots Speed. Guns. 14'5 Dreadnought . 4 13"8 Devastation 4 14-1 Sultan j ® Tons. 38 35 18 12 Knots Speed. Guns. Tons. 14-5 A. Duperre* 4 48 14'5 Devastation Subscribers-only content

    Forewarned, forearmed, 1882

    10 „ 18 „ 4 10 10 „ 18 „ J 3 4 At which Dockyard Building. Name. Speed in Knots . Armour. At Water Line. Over Guns. Armament (Heavy Guns only). Description. No. State of Completion of Hulls of Subscribers-only content

    Forewarned, forearmed, 1882

    ^ Admiralty Documents. ENGLISH. FRENCH. Speed in Knots . Armour. Armament (Heavy Guns only). How Employed. Name. Speed in Armour. Armament (Heavy Guns only). Name. How Employed. At Water Over Description. No. Knots . At Water Over Description No. Line. Subscribers-only content


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