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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 6 About the Tydes.

    are to take notice, that there is a considerable Difference between the Spring Tydes and the Neap Tydes, in respect of Time; for the Neap Tydes will be sometimes an Hour or more sooner than the Table gives them to

    Book 1, Chapter 6 About the Tydes.

    her Full and Change makes her Spring Tides; and her withdrawing farther from the Earth at her Quarters makes the Neap Tides, it must doubtless follow, that if to the Proximiority which the Moon hath to the Earth, by moving

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 3. Friderick. 2. Pope Gregorie. 9.

    the same facultie in geuyng and disposing theyr ecclesiasticall promotions and charge of churches. Andreas de Istmia ad. 1. constit. Neap. nu. 12. And that because Friderik defēded him against the tyranny of the bishop of Rome, therefore as Fazellus

    K. Henry.3. Fredericke.2. Emper. Pope Honorius.3.

    the same facultie in geuyng and disposing theyr Ecclesiasticall promotions and charge of churches. Andreas de Istmia ad. 1. constit. Neap. nu. 12. And that because Friderike defended hym agaynst the tiranny of the bishop of Rome, therfore as Fazellus

    K. Henry. 3. The election of Bishops in euery particular prouince. Honorius dyeth.

    the same facultie in geuing and disposing their Ecclesiasticall promotions and charge of churches. Andreas de Istmia ad 1. constit. Neap. nu. 12. And that because Fridericke defended him against the tyranny of the bishop of Rome, therfore as Fazellus

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OEIGwv I.NTELLIGE eE. I FRANCE. 1. 2_.-One of our Journals contains the fl~igparng~rapbh N~ver wvere the English Ministryy- more active thana I tiecsent *nent, in making a scaudallous use of false orr. and rebelliou solicitatious, :enuiig, to involve the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ty governed by a group of Neapolitais," and their ireasiureq drained to l<oep up the splendour of the Collrt at Neap,, &c. I he memorial in conclhsios beseeches hir Royal .llihaejS not to be led away by nationIal vanity, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER, Ad~~~~~~ ! - : . _~ ' . LONDON, ROVEI(BER 12. 'Oui hopes of the pacification of Sicily and its union as a free stale witlCNanples, are -again dasled to tine ground. The Convention si9gned -on board Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    serrd at Naples by thef nr( cnt tbe Car hIanari, whose ail eto s - ta a ref-rittmiion of the Neap' V tan Government, bitt to pronote tile xpilosion of a genieral i- stirrection throgliohnt ltaly; their object Was not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I party is the madness of many for the gain of a few. PoPE. No. 676. ENGLAND AND NAPLES. WI1ILm we are waiting to hear what particular progress towards the overthrow of the Austrian invader is Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical Collections, 1628 (part 3 of 7)

    Historical Collections 1628 (part 3 of 7) Monday, 28 April. The Lord Keeper spake to both Houses of Parliament by the King's command, who was then present . The Lord Keeper's Speech to both Houses, concerning Supply, by the

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 27 February 1830

    be no Difficulty; one could get up just as well as another, except with this Difference, that a Ship in Neap Tides, drawing at the Rate of Fourteen Feet and a Half or Sixteen Feet Water, would not be able

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    to ascertain the Current of the Flood and Ebb Tides of the Biver Thames at Spring and Neap Tides, with a view to decide in what degree the Thames at Chelsea is affected by the Drainage Water of London . Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    " ) pied ascend- ing with X Neap Tides. J 1 5 6 4 4 5 4 3 Average velocity at Spring Tide in one hour 1 Mile 4fjj Furlongs. Ditto at Neap Tide ditto 1 „ 4|f „ VAUXHALL Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    mean velocity of Spring and Neap Tides, and con¬ sequently a considerable difference in the distance which the flood at those periods respectively ascends ; from London Bridge , the flood tide at Spring and Neap is precisely similar in Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    or less amount in the strength both of Spring and Neap Tides. The following important results, however, seem sufficiently ascertained : - First.-That the flood-tide at Spring does not ascend more than about six miles and a-half from London Bridge Subscribers-only content

    A political dictionary: or pocket companion, chiefly for the use of members of parliament ..., 1821

    children, legally assembled, were assaulted by armed ruffians, in open day, and cruelly slaugh¬ tered. Carbonari. The name of the Neap olitan Re¬ formers, whose object appears to be the establish¬ ment of free government, consonant to the wants, * Subscribers-only content

 

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