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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 8 Order for paving and cleansing the Streets.

    than was needful, and which, upon a sudden Rain, did either choak the Common Sewers, or turn to dirt and Mire in the Streets; therefore the said Paviers are required, that hereafter they do forbear to lay or spread any

    Book 5, Chapter 23 [Laws for] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Wardmote.]

    Streets and Lanes within the same W ard be from time to time cleansed and clearly voided of Ordure, Dung, Mire , Rubbish, and other filthy things, whatsoever they be, to the Annoyance of the King's Majesties Subjects. VA- J.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 5 APPENDIX.

    Metals; some tesselated Works, a Piece of an Aqueduct ; and at the very Bottom a Well filled up with Mire and Dirt; which being taken away, there arose a fine Spring of Water. Dr. Harwood , of the Commons,

    Book 1, Chapter 16 TOWER of London. Accidents.

    under the which she was to pass, and not only cryed out upon her with reproachful Words, but also threw Mire and Stones at her, by which she was constrained to return for the time. But The Armoury . New

    Book 6, Chapter 6 Covent Garden Parish. Monuments.

    PETRUS LELIUS. In Anglia famâ & divitiis crevit: Primus scilicet in Arte pictoriâ Magister. Ille secundus erit qui felicius imitabitur. Mire Tabellas animavit; quibus pretium Longè hinc dissita statuent sæcula. Ipse interim dignissimus, cui Statua decernatur; Qua ejus in seros

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London, S.E. No genuine aplication refused. Terms from S per cent. Repay- C: pmnents received by pO .00. Lighting a Mire is nowV nO lon~ger.a troublcooffe operation, as c' mayv readily be done without weed or paper, by using one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO THE LIBER A ELERS B OF THE :MONTGOMERY : GENTLEMEN, E I congratulate you on the Thurmh you have won _ for the great Liberal Cause and your own 'Independen- dence. The Battle has been severe; for we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams, Ilundain,' 30p.;3s. Cafwyd lOp.-o'rswim olaf trwy ydrechioQ tra charedig myfyrwyr Athrofa y Bala. Y Mae snwan y tanysgrifwyr os Mire nab gael a gweled, ye nghadw-rmorbella1g y llwyddwyd i'w hel ynghyd, gan yr. ysgrIfehydd, M. W. -Piydderoh Wil- liams. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t d a mam bi vn y ffarf o nzodd-dol yn cfel en cyiJroli, dengys ein r hargl wydd yn Mire vTH. 12, a manse eraill fod y 'dI rbwyman i'w parcha a u cynorthwyo yn cynyddu yn rT gyfst"hol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a IV. George, Yaw Cr"'cccM yn yr hayr. ejafwyd 2 anerobiadau ,yeod rylies 'ac effithioi Yn y ddau gyfarfod gan Mire Mathev. M'l aose, EcridwenI Per;e, Foreiroases, a Mrs. Targacs, uilenaac Ffuestiniog. Ya aglayIcrod y pryluhewc. c:esc'y vd y boceddigesau Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Melling with Wrayton

    Eskrigg and Katherine de Lockagh in 1352 claimed a messuage and land in Melling against Agnes widow of Henry del Mire ; Duchy of Lanc. Assize R. 2, m. 3. John del Hall of Arkholme and Katherine his wife in

    Parishes Little Paxton

    . The other moiety of Moynes manor was granted in 1241 by Gilbert le Moyne to Robert Luvet, Roger le Mire of Bedford and his wife Rose , and William Daules and his wife Juliana. 44 It seems probable that

    Escrick ESCRICK c. 1600 Escrick Hall DEIGHTON 1619

    1539 , but Old field and Mill field were mentioned in 1563 and strips or 'lands' there and in Padock Mire and Pescroft in 1585 . 37 Part of West field was already inclosed by 1517 and was described as

    Forest of Dean Settlement CINDERFORD AND RUSPIDGE 1880 LYDBROOK AREA 1880 FOREST OF DEAN 1994 PARKEND, BREAM, AND YORKLEY 1880

    opened before 1838. 75 In 1851 there were eight houses to the east in Ninewells bottom, then known as the Mire . 76 North of Berry Hill , cottages had appeared within the Forest at Short Standing, near a farmstead

    Index K-Z

    Mimmshall brook , Minchenden , see Southgate , mans. and other estates Ministry , see Defence; Housing; Labour; Supply; Works Mire , le, fam., Missouri ( U.S.A. ), Mitchell , Arnold , architect, Mitchell and Bridgewater , architects, Mocking :

  • * British History Online *

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    The intentions of the Scottish army

    in Peace , our wicked Enemies have been like the troubled Sea when it cannot rest, whose Waters cast up Mire and Dirt , and will have us to do that which it seems the Lord hath decreed against them.

    Elizabeth, March 1578, 21-25, 01 March 1578-31 March 1578

    Elizabeth March 1578, 21-25 March 1578, 21-25 March 21. 723. Another copy of the above ; but for the words between * * is substituted: Up to the number of 5,000 horse and 6,000 foot, which they hereby accept.

    Proceedings in the Commons, 1601, November 16th - 20th, 16 November 1601-20 November 1601

    and the Commodities of our own Labour, which with the Sweat of our Brows, (even up to the Knees in Mire and Dirt) we have labour'd for, shall be taken from Us by Warrant of Supreme Authority, which the poor

    Ambleside and Troutbeck

    Adam son of Thomas Warde, Robert de Caplesheved, William son of John son of Benedict, William son of Peter del Mire, Roger his brother, Nicholas son of Baldwin son of Gilbert, Robert Dennyson of Caplesheved, Robert Tilleson, Patrick son of

    Supplementary Records, Strickland Roger and Strickland Ketel

    parcel of the Nethergrave lands, containing 10 acres; and of closes of freehold land lying at Leeyate called the Little Mire, Dawson's Close and Stony Brow, containing 12 acres; also two closes called the Blaikbancks of customary land held under

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOURNE, John II (by 1508-58), of Reading, Berks.

    BOURNE, John II (by 1508-58), of Reading, Berks. Constituency Dates Reading Mar. 1553 Reading Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Chest-keeper and member of the guild, Reading 1529, constable 1530, alderman 1542, mayor 1544-5, 1552-3, 1558-9. Biography In his will John

    JUSTICE, William (by 1448-1521), of Southampton and Reading, Berks.

    1509, inner council of burgesses 1511, mayor 1513-14, Jan.-Sept. 1517. Biography In his will William Justice gave his birthplace as "Mire", perhaps Mere in Wiltshire, but he seems to have made his fortune at Southampton where he handled a consignment

 

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