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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 Shadwell.

    Gallery is writ, This Church was repaired at the Parish Charge 1691 . The same Date is upon the fair Portal West. There is the Date of An. 1656 , on the North Door ; when, I suppose, the Church

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls. Faringdon Ward within. New Built]

    Hand as the Conversion. 4. On the S. side of the Church, near the W. end, is a Forum or Portal , the Door-Case being enrich'd with Cartouches, Volutas, and Fruit very exquisitly carved, under a Pediment; and opposite to

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    that Work hath stayed as he left it, unperfected, the Church and Steeple being all of one Height . The Portal of this Church, on the North-side, is of very curious Work (as yet may be judged by those that

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Laverstoke

    manor to Joseph Portal , and from this time it has remained in the Portal family. Joseph Portal died in 1793 . He was succeeded by his son Harry, who died unmarried in 1801 . Harry Portal 's heir was

    Parishes Freefolk

    late Mr. Melville Portal . There is one mill on the river, Bere Mill, which is probably built on the site of the mill mentioned in the Domesday Survey as worth 20 s . 2 Henri de Portal settled here

    Parishes Ashe

    William Portal son of Joseph Portal from 1793 to 1846 , John Portal brother of William Portal from 184610 1848, Colonel Robert Portal son of John Portal from 1848 to 1888 , and Melville Portal brother of Colonel Robert Portal

    Parishes Litchfield

    From this date the manor has followed the same descent as Sydmonton (q.v.), the present owner being Mr. Andrew de Portal Kingsmill. The estate which was held of Hugh de Port by Faderlin in 1086 39 was afterwards known as

    List of illustrations and maps

    196 Deane Church from the South-east " " " 210 Laverstoke : Old Parish Church, now Mortuary Chapel of the Portal family " Parish Church: Monument to Sir Richard Powlett " " " 214 Overton Church : Nave looking North-east

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gilbey. Dinpwall, Portal & Co ]30,632 Twizs & Browning F W Cosens llb,S00 Daniel Taylor & Sons.. Ie6,dt R Hooper & Sons .a . 10,S 5 Trower and Lawson ..16:,, Max Greger & Co .0. 0lOl Dingwall. Portal & C~o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ghLlUP, 488, Oxford-Street, London. POPULAIR STEEL PENS.-Jobn Heath's new Telephone * Pen, No. 0278, 2s. ed. per groes; John HeRth's Portal Telegiaph ,i Pen, 1880. 2. d, pergrO. Sold by all Statlonpra In 8d., 18 I nad gross bomes: An Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 1845. a Un o'r llyfrau mwyaf dyddorol a gyhoeddwyd c yn ddiweddar ydyw un y diwefidar Syr Gerald e Portal ar Uganda. Dygwyd y llyfr allan dan e olygiad Mr. Rennell Rodd, gyda rhagarweiniad ( gan Arglwydd Cromer. Ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer in coat!ic. Attornies, Messrs. Collett, Whibsirn, al-d Colleit, Chancery-laise. .R. A~Sm~launiu, Stck-ELchaiige, London, stock-broker. At- tornies' hlemsrs. Nethersole and Portal, Ess-srect. I. Fennel, Bath, builder. Attorney, Mr. Jacosbs, Bristol. WV. Htevwnood and R. S. Hey wood, Manchester, linen-drapers. Attoraies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anid suejolpzed isy til& anland fIe hiimself wasva sei t w;en aboy 'to SI. Onizers for ed'cati and aftertvards to Portal, under the care of IersCdd to the lateDuike of N RFaOLK. These facsrs wrth, his Mli- siessin3 a pension Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    1060, 1180, 1311, 1313, 1318, 1382. Popinjay , game of, 1394. Porcet , M., 1220. Porte , see La Porte. Portal , General, 345. Portsmouth , spoiling of merchants of, 941. Portugal , Sebastian, King of, negotiations for marriage of,

    Index, P, Q, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    the like conceit of the Jesuits as his predecessor , 463; 488; 519; levies men to enter into England, 612. Portal , General: de Moulins to (23rd Nov. 1585), 155. Porter , : 610. Portugal : 479. Pott , Anthony: Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    pension to James II. will not interfere on behalf of James II. health of Pope , Alexander Col. Mr. Portadown Portal , Mons. Port Mahon Porte , the Porter , Capt. Sir Charles Col. George Isabella Lieut. John Mary Lord Subscribers-only content

    Declared Accounts, Civil List

    his last account 78,793 6 5 payments for goods delivered and works done: Henry Bullock, consarcinator 1,759 13 9 William Portal, mercator 822 12 0 Jacob Davison et sociis, metaxarii 393 12 0 Samuel Orme, metaxarius 723 7 3 William

    Index, M, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    289. Moulderis , Cardinal of: Mary writes to, 677. Moulins , Monsi eur de (Lieutenant of the Scottish Guards): to Portal (23rd Nov. 1585), 155. Mountjoy , Lord: of the house of Blunt, 14; 275; 299. Mowbray (Laird of Barnbogle): Subscribers-only content


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