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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates and Posterns.

    way to pass upon Cawseys into the Field for their Recreation; for the same Field was (at that time) a Marish . This Postern was, Re-edified by William Hampton , Fishmonger, Maior in the Year 1472 . In the Year

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [Bridewel becomes Faringdon Ward without. a Workhouse.]

    of them rotten as Earth. Which proveth, that the Ground there (as sundry other Places of this City) have been Marish or full of Springs. On the South side from Ludgate (before the Wall of the City) be fair builded

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eglwys yea,-Mnri. John Jones, E. Williams, a J. Vaunhan. PenderfyftWyd fed Cyfarfod fiial Gorphenaf, yr him sydd i'w gynal ye Marish, yn cael ei benodi i dderbye a neillduo bWsenoriaid. Penedwyd y Parch. J. J. Roberts, Trefriw, i'w boll am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    byddem yn xafyll ac yn canu, a chawsom hwyl dda itwa yn esanu geiriau Kharxi at yr hen dOn ' Marish." Cyrbiaddsoom Jiwai oddeutnt wyth o'r gled, so yr oedd yn ddi iawn eael rhywle i orwedd weds teithto yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deccei dfE~s a large number present, including Mr. 'H. Johnson (presi. and]I g dent) Messrs. C. Coebrane, A. 'Freer, E. Marish, Colotnel lie ' indo Fletchier, WY. Madeley (secretary), and many radies. The and I ted party first went to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    full-flavouroe Black Tea, masy be obtained at Ba~s-eow' Tea Waresoura, 93, Ball Street, Birmin igham; goed Ceugon Tea, Ie.; and good strong Black Tea Fo We. +ddiL 3 ngs, go o Marish 7G, High Street. 2lM I I I II Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the purpose of decisding thae annelr in which the fundl collected for the agricultural labsiurers sliouli lie distributed. M~r. Marish predded. At tihe lest meeting the sect-stacy was instruetedl to msake such enquiry as wrissrl enldabl f le mi'i'ting Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    On maritime capture and blockade, 1864

    One/ Sits with his ghitterfi. Sits inconsolable, /' Friendless and ^eless, Wailing his destiny, Nickar the.^oulless. /' Footing the treacherous Marish untrodden, Glides' by a Wanderer Hooded in hodden;. Grey is his gaberdine, • -'' Grey are his hosen : Subscribers-only content

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