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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. Monuments in Bunhil Fields.

    . Aged 63. And also William Dashwood his Grandchild, aged nine Months. L. Colonel William Blenner Hayset: Who was a Lover of Arms and of Christian and English Liberty, Jan. 6. 1699 . Thomas Holmes , Citizen and Haberdasher of

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Pancrace.] Cheape Ward.

    powerful Protector (under Almighty God) of her own Dominions; a ready Helper of her neighbouring Princes; a hearty and unfeigned Lover , and beloved of her Subjects: Who lived gloriously full of Days; and whom the eternal Jehovah bless'd with

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Lambhith, alias Lambeth.

    Ob. Nov. 12. 1691 . He was in preaching constant, in Life exemplary, in Piety and Charity most eminent: A Lover of Peace and Hospitality; and, in fine, a true Disciple of Jesu Christ . In this Vault also was

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. Monuments in St. Giles's.

    Judith Bailey lies, Who was both Modest, Sober, Chaste and Wise, Religion was her Study, and her Care, A fervent Lover of the House of Prayer, & c. She departed 1683 , aged 18. Her Brother John also lies here;

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. St. Giles in the Fields. Monuments.

    was mortal of HUGH MERCHANT, Gent. Born in this Parish. A Person eminent for all Christian Vertues, and a great Lover of Art, lies interred underneath. In Memory of whom his beloved Wife, the Daughter of William Jarman , Citizen

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d- Owain, Talafon,r Ymdrechvmr, Moss, Galsaius, II'Trave d. tore, Brythoa '.Eliza Cook . Yarick, CYmrc A ]3riton, Juliet, Poet, id Lover of Poetr y, Gwilym. a onson Jones. Anfoned Awstin gopi ajall ga fod y cyntaf wec myned uAtgoLl I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peswch ! Crygni!! Ditg Anadl !!! MORGAN'S HOREHOUND PECTORAL AT RODDI Rhyddhad ebrwydd oddiwrth yr anhwylder- au uchod mewn ychydig fynydau. Y macy liwyddiant atghyir1Jincsyddy wedi gnody feddyg- iniac'tl gamtlwvhno pa elw jyiwyn d ntfisylw y cy~Hoedr yn 18135 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ke pt in stock. Special and most advantageon terms to Watch Clubs.-Write at once for particulars to I E. MOBTON, Lover Wateh Factory, Hill CrosgCoventyr r zAYMAN'S BALSAM oj HOREHOUND z RHAG y Peswch, Anwyd, Crygni a pboo I afiechyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owen, Stafford Smith, Martini, Gluck, Festa, Henry Carey. Dr. Blow, Chopin, Croft, Fillus, Amieus, Dulcet, Die bach, Primo, Mwrthwlwr. A Lover of church music, X. Y. Z, Musioas (2), Ivor Dda, Absalom, Hayz in F., Asaph, Excelsior. Farrant in F., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .%'cm zjtfaf? pruafigo'bol I '. Cyhr.ldir yp uniongyrehol gan Messrs3 Low & po: 9J 'Tbo Poblic 6Lttetrs of the Right Hon. John Bright, M.P.'-eyfrol fydd ye oynwystidyn unigellythyran hj gwieidyddol, ond ei liaws llythyrau a gyhoeddwyJ yn (d y Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hallaton

    in 1572 when it was granted by Sir William Powlet to William Dent . 14 A cottage called the 'Leaden Lover ' was presumably an inn and is mentioned in 1666 . It was still in existence in 1716 .

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    John's Palace ', see Downton : Old Court Langley Wood, q.v . Long Close , see Wick Loosehanger, see Redlynch Lover, see Redlynch : Warminster Green man., 6, 11, 15, 23, 27-39,41,43-7, 52-7, 61, 64, 68, 73-4, 76, 93 man.-ho.,

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    Brighton , and South Coast Rly., Longhurst , Wm., Loring , Frances Louisa , Lady Loring , lottery , churchwardens', Lover , Sam., Loxfield , hund., Lucas : Chas. Eric, Chas. Jas. (d. 1928), Chas. Jas. (fl. 1967), Chas. Thos.,

    Parishes Downton

    several small areas by plateau gravel. South-east of it is an area of London Clay around Warminster Green (now called Lover ) and Bohemia , which runs northeast to Newhouse in Whiteparish and in a narrow strip along the Blackwater

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Curiosities of Edinburgh., 1885

    my fifteenth to my twenty-first year. The titles of some of the other poems were ' The Sigh of a Lover , ' ' Midnight Moanings, ' ' Fair but False, ' ' Twilight Twinklings, ' ' The Poet ' Subscribers-only content

    Curiosities of Edinburgh., 1885

    Sheppard , Boston ' s Four-fold State, Side Splitters, The Shorter Catechism, Confessions of a Jail-Bird, Burns ' Poems, The Lover ' s Vow, The Ladies ' own Dream-Book, The Art of Letter-Writing, Burke and Hare, and a variety of Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Greek, Honourable. Crispin , Crispinus, J Latin, Having curled locks. Cuchullin, Celtic, A hound. Cuthbert, Saxon, Known famously. Cynthius, Greek, Lover of arts and sciences. Cyprian, Greek, From Cyprus . Cyril, 1 Cyrillus, J Greek, Having authority. Cyrus, Persian, Great. Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Par- Cathan , Celtic, Numerous, [nassus.) Catherine, Greek, Pure ; good. Ceccarella, { Ceccina, J Italian, A lover of freedom. Cecilia, Saxon, Lover of harmony. Celadine, Saxon, Relief. Celandine, French, Joys to come. Celeste, French, Celestial affection. Celestine, French, Celestial Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Giving assistance. Fernanda, Spanish, Adventurous. Fiametta, Spanish, Beloved friend. Fidelia, French, Fidelity. Fidelis, Latin, Faithful. Fifine, French, Addition. Filippa, Greek, Lover of horses. Filomena, Spanish, A healer of the sick. Finella, Celtic, Fair shoulders. Finna, Norman , White. Fiore, Italian, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAULL, James (1770-1808), of 2 Charles Street, Westminster.

    PAULL, James (1770-1808), of 2 Charles Street, Westminster. Constituency Dates Newtown IoW 24 May 1805 201806 Biography Paull was first placed with a writer to the signet at Edinburgh but rebelled and went to India about 1788, in the

 

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