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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    Sir Thomas Ambrose , Knt. MAIOR, Sir William Lewen , Knt . Son of Robert Lewen, Esq; of Winborn Minster in the County of Dorset , Son of Robert Lewen of the same place. A.D. 1719 . } {

    Book 6, Chapter 1

    Monument. The Monuments in this Church. W ESTMINSTER had its Name from the Minster , that is, the Monastery, situate Westward ; as there was another Minster , not far from the Tower of London , Eastward of the City,

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    are constantly at 6 a-Clock every Evening. A fair Table of Benefactors on the West Wall of the Church. The Minster 's House is on the South-East Side of the Church. ] MONUMENTS. In the South Ile of this Church

    Book 1, Chapter 27 St. KATHARINES Hospital.

    Michaelmas in Money came to 113l. 4s. 11d. ½. These Manors and Lordships are mentioned there; Rushenden and Dandley in Minster in the Isle of Shipway, given by Q. Philippa . Lands, Rents, and Tenements in the Towns of Renham

    Book 3, Chapter 9 [Benefactors.] Breadstreet Ward. [St. Mildreds.]

    defeating the Spanish Armada, 1588 . 1l. An. 1629 . Mr. Daniel Ellyott, gave out of the Manor of Stuc Minster Marshal, in the County of Essex , 20l. per ann. for ever, for Thursday Lecture in the Afternoon, every

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    put the resolution. Mr. Gough withdrew and apologised to Mr. Mulcahy . After some other minor business the meeting adjourned.-The Minster Express, December 10th, 1887 . RAPIDLY DISAPPEARING. A correspondent writing to the Sliyo Champion under date the ' 14th Subscribers-only content

    Ireland. No. 6 The National League and outrages., 1886

    LOYAL AND PATRIOTIC UNION, OFFICES. 109, GRAFTON-STREET , DUBLIN ; 26, PALACE CHAMBERS, BRIDGE-STREET , WES I MINSTER . DUBLIN : HODGES, FIGGIS, & CO., GRAFTON-STREET . LONDON : P. S. KING & SON, PARLIAMENIARY AGENCY, KING-STREET , WESTMINSTER . Subscribers-only content

    The Irish difficulty., 1868

    the Prime Minister of that empire, is a Protestant; and within a few years, M. Guizot, a Protestant, was Prime Minster of Catholic France . M. Fould , a Protestant, was late Minister of Finance, or Chancellor of the Exchequer, Subscribers-only content

    English rule in Ireland: a summary of facts, laws, and events., 1886

    prevailed, the popular mind being filled with gratitude, and Dublin was illuminated. In 1785 , William Pitt , then Prime Minster , submitted a measure, divided into eleven propositions, for the equalisa¬ tion of commercial duties in Great Britain and Subscribers-only content

    Dean Stanley and disestablishment., 1870

    that the third is as far removed from the first as from the second. That there should be a great Minster , which is capable under the absolute control of one liberal man, of being converted into the home of Subscribers-only content

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