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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. Customs and Orders

    the Refusal of any one or more of the said Tenants so chosen, accept and serve the said Office; the Moity of the said Fine or Fines, respectively to be by him defaulked and retained in his Account. And by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BY AUCTION, THIS EVENING, At half pust Five, A F THE UNION INN, UN! ON STREET. IYTCA TRR, o a Moity orHalf-harae of anil in Ti lagteptomtac-t n Tre FREHLD PROPERTIEIS, a 1,EST~d(5,D OstetrO oteOTandlAARES in the-Olit- Alesa Seect Leaehol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orrery) [Teller] mse.) Camperdoen, E. lrdrclik, (V. Mid- Mosterle et Bran. Cathcait E. ,.deton) dnm, L. Cawdor, E. roughama &VaunLl Moity, L. ClaBendon, E. Cathorpe, L, orthbrook, L. Cot tn s, E . CaBmoys L, O'HRgan, L. Cnpert E, BCarew, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'urituitor, Sisek-in-Traile. Sc.-Applicatioiis to hoadatlrestd a? se.J. NiOKES1, 14, Waterloo Street, airmtinghams. I PRAN T NOTC-SCETO UT UCES [ILrtsiii ' Moity ott fair termti, ottial treatticg, our CItoasteMei with is t, heywold o atsrte osi tiee lrofttial'to bitelees in £10.atti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eiof tire Iurirdtin thneal4thereunydfoer101 toilether PitrrtesRERasoll agtti tiere.IJ di unde afterouch Cotatesrrl i IndcOutrbieldni tire Sne. 11 te am One Moity of FEEHOLD STATES, clkan ThsSoav ndr~ - hOUSE, rirrrwms BRste 'WvEgR, ANoD a TTH Rvrroi Hor noae Cvihtr Eair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O S.I ioroi reik E Acataoiso h utoneer,'sOCannesS1ccet. Birmingham. dill haeaItay tcecoctoBlalHet cd able AYEkHiLD STEV 119ENSON, &COMLAEY, ohdi Vide Moity O AITE'Macoe 4,a 1030I~N LrANiDlatl reoriniiug- aod.ll the SHoWnt GLaSSEick.;T beSpitld UTENSciLS, adtr i Ytntalvmaesr. FIXTURE ini FRITTINS. i Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Lancashire diary, 1663-1678, 1876

    who turned our Kingdom into a Commonwealth, seeing that they prided themselves in the arms thereof, an impaled Harp being Moity of the same Thanks be to God, I have lived to see Musick come into request since our nation Subscribers-only content

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