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  • * British History Online *

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    Misc. MSS Box 91 [C], Certificates c.1554 (nos 405-415)

    . . Cowper the foure . . . sworne to the . . . Commaundement to . . . of Langbourne of London . . . one the one partie and . . . on the other partie which Thing

    The Citie of London divided into parts

    Ealdegate warde. 4 Limestreete warde. 5 Bishopsgate warde within the walles, and without. 6 Brodestreete warde. 7 Cornehil warde. 8 Langbourne warde. 9 Billingsgate warde. 10 Bridge warde within. 11 Candlewicke streete warde. 12 Walbrooke warde. 13 Downgate warde. Wardes

    Wills, Mary I (1553-58)

    l. is now paid yearly to each of the exhibitioners, instead of 2 l. 10 s. 1 Eton. 1 Of Langbourne and Lime Street Wards. 2 Oundle, co. Northampton. 3 Of Vintry Ward. 4 Of Cheap Ward. 5 Sarratt. 1

    Notes to the diary, 1553

    a faire table," i. e . there was an inscription recording his having given lands to discharge the ward of Langbourne "of all Fifteenes to bee granted to the king by parliament." Sir Martin Bowes was sub-treasurer of the mint

    Of the ancient and present rivers [etc]

    builded thereon, so that the course of Walbroke is now hidden vnder ground, and therby hardly knowne. Langborne.; Shareborne lane. Langbourne ward. Langborne water, so called of the length thereof, was a great streame breaking out of the ground, in

  • * Victoria County History *

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    a blank from this time until the nineteenth century. Pigot, in his Commercial Directory , gives the name of J. Langbourne as a chairmaker at Henley in 1823 . 654 At Kingston Blount , Chinnor , Oakley , and Stokenchurch

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Jan. 13. BANKRUPTS. J. Hansdon, Balstrode-street, coat-merchant. Solicitor, Mr. Watson, Gerrard-street, Soho, J. Davenport, Stockport, Etclells, Cheshire, publican. Solicitor, Mr. Bower, Chancery-lane. W. Fell, Cloak-laue, merchant. Solicitor, Mr. Robinson, Half-moon- street, Piccadilly. J. flood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May 1i. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDEtD. R. Williamson, Iprawicb, S461k, merchant. BANKRUPTS. W. Sandison, Cork-street, Borlingion-gardens, tailor. SoliitiMr. Tanner, Fore-street, Finsbury-square. . J. and W. N. Wbitebouse, AolmverhatiptoD, Staffordshire, factfr;s.Soll! citors, Messrs- Wimiburn and Collet} Chancery-laue., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lincoln's Inn fields. R. A. Souter, Colcheater, bookseller. [Hall & Co, Salter's hall. DIVIDENDS. , De. Dec. 16. W. Wilson, Langbourne Chambers, Fenchurch st. coal factor.-Dec. 18. J. Mawman, Arbour sq. Commercial road East, ship owner.-Dec. IS. W. 'Harrison, Portsmouth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wards of the City of London must follow the example set them in the wards of Tower, Broad street, and Langbourne, and the country must follow the City. It is in agitation to call upon the Lord Mayor to summon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wards of Bridge and Queen- hithe have followed the example set them by the Wards of Tower, Broad street,. and Langbourne, and have passed resolutions denouncing, in the strongest language, the odious and oppressive Income and Property Tax Act, and Subscribers-only content

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