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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. THOMAS'S Hospital.

    as Lord Maior, holding a Charter in his right Hand. It is railed round; and on the Pedestal on the Northside it hath this Inscription: ROBERTO CLAITONO Equiti, in Agro Northamptoniensi nato, Civi Londinensi, & Urbis Prætori, hujus Nosocomii Præsidi,

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. St. Saviours Church.

    spirituale. Now for Monuments of later time, to preserve the Memories of Persons deceased and buried here. In the Chancel: Northside . John Appleby Esq; 1680 . And Dorothy his Wife, 1682 . Both good Benefactors to this Parish. James

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Orders of Common Council about the Rebuilding.

    by the Sign of the Cock , to the Front of the Buildings at the Swan Inn on the said Northside of Holborn-hill . Forasmuch as it is Provided in the late Act for Rebuilding, That the Surveyors shall take

    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward. [Whittington College.]

    in the Southside , and our great Tenement, that was late the House of the aforesaid Richard Whyttington in the Northside . And it stretcheth ito the dwelling place of the Master and the Prestis of the College aboveseid. The

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Thomas de Acars.] Cheape Ward.

    Hollingsh. p. 645. Malory, a rich Citizen in Cheape. South side of Cheape street so far as Cheape Ward reacheth. Northside of Cheape Ward. Mercers Chappel. Hospital of S. Thomas of Acars. By whom founded. The place where Thomas Becket

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Finchley Education

    One council school, renamed Martin , was made a junior school and three others, renamed Manor (later Manorside), Alder, and Northside , were divided between seniors and juniors. Summerside , for juniors, was opened in 1933 . Middlesex C.C. was

    The borough of Hertford Castle, honour, manors, church and charities

    of the castle. That of 1522-3 , 64 however, mentions that there is 'a fayre river runnynge alonge by the Northside of the said Castell and the water of the same Ryver serveth for and to all the houses of

    Boundaries and Communications Beverley : Boundaries Beverley : Communication

    constables were still chosen for each, the wards comprised Fish Market , Flemingate, Keldgate and Minster , Lairgate and Newbegin, Northside Beck, Norwood , Saturday Market , Southside Beck and Barleyholme, Toll Gavel, Walkergate and Hengate, Within North Bar ,

    Parishes Overton

    Ditch Hedge, Double Hedge, and Windmill fields. 317 In 1631 common meadow lay in South and Little meads and in Northside and Southside meadows. 318 There were two downs, a cow down of 100 a. and Aliens down, 40 a.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coughlia, Sullivan, and others were in his saloon, talking politics, when Cough- lin remarked that it was certain that the "Northside Catholic " was talking too much, l and if he did not cease he would get the worst of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Siccrt- 511 3 lrs. Tom . .412 3 Red Pepper - -611 3 Hesameiter 410I3 -Miediator , ,5 11 3 Northside . 4 10 3 Sprinigsure -' it3 Holy Water.. .410)3 Juliet.- . 5113 'Turpentlne . .41035 Pinafore ,. . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 1.00 to 8aztt any oTheeg,-Es-eveke cut out the work fromn . Nort.hside and 'dvocatu, with TLady Uri'tonia and Calaigand hext. and Cello last,' to the Stand, wbere- Northside went on from Advocate and Fskeceke and Hersldi6e now dtoppiair in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Wilm. Aldborough Ashton Joseph, Lordsmear Creerik. BrelenHou Acoinb Williana, Mareton Catherick. P. Been Houee Auchterlonle John, inareabror Clarkson George Northside Addy John, Laugeett W . Bowes J. P. Chantry aMatthew, Masham Barro Geore, DrwtonWmn. Gomereall *- Henry, Tunstall Catton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rtoehdale Canal, in the Manchester, and Leeds' d Railway company.. c A Bill for making a Railway Station on the Northside of -the I Rtiver Aire, in Leeds. in the West TRiding of 1110 County of 'I 'York, to be Subscribers-only content

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