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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 13 [Plaisterers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Weavers, &c.]

    learned of these Strangers, and otherwise, the Art of Silk-weaving; namely, making of Silk-lace, and such like things in the Loom ; and so did lawfully use the same. But the Company of Weavers , who would not allow any

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Hallage Duty.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.]

    Darnix, narrow, for Garments, the Piece 1d. Hair-cloth the Piece ob. Linsey-woolsey, broad, the Piece 1d. Narrow, the Piece ob. Loom -work for Wastcoats and Childrens Coats ob. Says plain'd or mill'd, the Piece 1d. Every Half-piece of above 30

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    of which is a Passage out of the principal Street of Bethlem. Crown Court , pretty large, with indifferent Buildings. Loom Alley, narrow, and very ordinary. Housewives Alley, narrow, which with a turning Passage runs a great length. Half Moon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rwsiaid i wrthsefyll yr ymosodiad am amser maith, ond yn y diwedd bu raid iddynt encilio i'r ochr orllewinol i'r Loom, gyda cholled o 500. Ni wnaeth y Tyrciaid un ymgois i ddilyn en baddugoliaeth ymlaen Ilwyr ddinystriwyd y pentrefydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the 3te at Packet Company, had given, an aaf.mlnrable judgiment of smise works whichm be had performed. . The Loom CtiEF !rSsTiCe smin1ined itp, and t';e Jury, after retiring fi,r nearly anm hoturand a rlajf,-re"nrned:stverdit tIrie Plt:intifi..Daimunges, .S00g. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ITHE POLT ICAL EXAMINER. I Party is the maciness of marny for the gain ofa few.-PoPE. THE PROSPECTS OF FRANCE, ., ." War is a. game cehiclr, were their subjects wise, Rlog-swould not play at; nationis would do well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Letter during the Vacation, " On the Benefits of Machinery." First Premium.-Introduction to Chemistry. Second Premium.-The Loom and the Lugger. July 22d. For the best Diagram of " The Comparative Height of the Princi- pal Mountains." View of the Summit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Les Contrebandiers. It may be considered as a poetical commentary on the first number of Miss Martineau's tale of The Loom and the Lugger. 'Tis midnight, dark midnight, so forward my boys, Mules ready, men steady, our work is begun;' Subscribers-only content

 

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