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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates and Posterns.

    old and new Work of Ludgate aforesaid, to be one Prison, Goal, Keeping , and Charge for evermore. The said Quadrant , strongly Builded of Stone, by the forenamed Stephen Forster and Agnes his Wife , containing a large Walking-place

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christ's Church, Bridewel, &c.

    Cap under his Arm. The next Figure representeth Geometry, with a Triangle in her Hand. The Third, Astronomy, with a Quadrant in one Hand, and a Sphere in the other. There is also the Figure of a Ship or two

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Dunstan's in the East.

    death, and entred into it, they living. In Tower Street, between Hart Lane , and Church Lane , was a Quadrant , called Galley Row , because Gally Men dwelled there. Then have ye two Lanes out of Tower Street,

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    ever, and other Legacies long to rehearse. John Stody , Vintner, Maior, 1358 . gave to the Vintners all the Quadrant , wherein the Vintners Hall now standeth, with all the Tenements round about, from Stody 's Lane, where is

    Book 2, Chapter 5 Limestreet Ward. Leadenhall.

    Stone in the form as now it sheweth, with a fair and large Chapel in the East side of the Quadrant , over the Porch of which he caused to be written, Dextra Domini exaltavit me, The Lord's right hand

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pryd y mwynbawyd gwledd ragorol dan arolygiaeth Mr. John Wil- liams, Scholes, a choginlaeth fedrus y chwar haelfrydig Miss Jones, Quadrant. Eieteddodd nifer liosog o Glymry a Sneson wrth y byrddan, pryd y gwasanaethwyd gan Mr. Edwards, Top Place; Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King silently tared round on hearing this familiar rejoinder." DISAPPEARANrCE or Ma. Warts.-Nearly two years ago Mr White, of the Quadrant, Regent-street, smith to his Majesty, to the consternation of all his friends, suddenly disappeared ; and all the inquiries Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J.T. Dorlin, Liverpool, tiinbormnobafttO Solicir, Mr. Leigh, Charlotte-row, Mansion-horse. W.'Trewent, Pembroke, draper. ' Solicitor, Mi. Pearson, rumnp-court, Tem~ple. WV. J-eireys, Quadrant, Regent-stroet, painter. Solicitor, Mr. Prrie, Lincoln's loss New-square. _~~~~_ e Tar FUss;ms.ZConsolS bare advanced a shade daring t we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solicitor, Mr Rogers, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. P. and V.. Macken zie, Sheffield, uphoilsterers. Solicitor, Mr. Rogers, Nio. 3, Canterbury-square, Southvwark. WV.Jefferys, Quadrant, Regent-street, painter. Solicitor, Mr. Price, ~Lincolui's-inn-uew-sqnare.. G.Evani, astings, jeweller. Solicitor, Mr. Courteen, Sise-lane. J. iJay, Regent-sereet,.Middlesex, linen-draper. Solicitors, Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hosiery, Gloves, Haberdashery, Fancy Trimmings, &cSIEAbS ID COMPANY, removed from Bedford House, Henrietta-street, Covent-gardet,0 120. REGENT-STRELT, 8 doors from the Quadrant. FOR COLDS, COUGHS, ASTHMAS, &c. SHE PECTORAL ELIXIR.-Experience during a vryqlo04 Tperiod has incontestiblyproved the sulperior eflicacy of this Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Buildings: Domestic buildings

    to be the favourite site for middle-class terraces and for detached and semi-detached houses. The most impressive terrace is the Quadrant , dating from c . 1860, which consists of ten large three-storied stucco houses built on a curved frontage

    Islington Growth: Highbury

    be rebuilt was where the Quadrant estate, 611 dwellings in 40 four - and five-storeyed blocks, was built by the L.C.C. between Collins Road and Green Lanes and between the two arms of Highbury Quadrant . Opened in 1954 ,

    Islington Growth: Canonbury

    the New River . 12 Behind Douglas Road , with its villas facing the river, Marquess, Clephane, Ashby , and Quadrant roads had been partially built up by the early 1850s and completed before 1865, with Marquess Grove as infilling

    Hornsey , including Highgate Growth from the mid 19th century HORNSEY

    . Building was still in progress in the south-west and north. The London and Quadrant Housing Trust, formed in 1973 from the London Housing Trust and Quadrant Housing Association, built 71 of the 267 houses 54 and Haringey L.B. the

    Hendon Churches

    9 and remained intact until the 1930s , when it was sold for the building of Glebe Crescent and the Quadrant . 10 The vicarage house in Parson Street is an early-19th-century stuccoed villa, in whose garden Theodore Williams kept

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Fortitude and Old Cumberland

    Street, London 1818 Shakespeare Tavern, Great Russell Street, Covent Garden, London 1821 British Coffee House, Cockspur Street, London 1826 Quadrant Hotel, Quadrant, Regent Street, London 1827 Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, London 1829 Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London 1865

  • * British History Online * *

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    Limestreete warde

    squared stone, in forme as now it sheweth, with a fayre and large chappell in the East side of the Quadrant, ouer the porch of which hee caused to be written, Dextra Domini exaltauit me , The Lords right hand

    Vintrie warde

    owner thereof, named Stodie . Sir Iohn Stodie , Vintner, Maior in the yeare 1357, gaue it with all the Quadrant wherein Vintners hall now standeth, with the tenements round about vnto the Vintners: the Vintners builded for themselues a

    General Index, P, Q, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    Sir Richard, Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench (Ireland) letter to certificate by notes by, on Redmond Joy's information Q Quadrant , invention of a new Quarantia (Venice), the Quarter Greenrigg , alias Girrick (? Berwickshire) Quary , Colonel Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Gates in the wall of this Citie

    same gate being sore decayed, was cleane taken downe, the prisoners in the meane time remaining in the large Southeast quadrant to the same gate adioyning, and the same yere the whole gate was newly and beautifully builded, with the

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    Pynder , (or Pinder,) Robert Pynynges , Henry Pype , Sir Richard Pyrford Pyrrie Pyrryncle Mill Pyx , The Q. Quadrant , Improvement in the Quarr , see Carr . Queen , see Mary, Elizabeth. Queen of Scots , see Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Analysis of the Principal General Heads in the Index

    and 1 >ns. —• \ I Made \ Engines or Pumps, for the TJfeof Ships, 351.35a.! Committees I Made, i Quadrant for the Ufe of Ships. 353. 1 Committees, Method of damafking Cloths, — Bill ordered upon, 354. To be Subscribers-only content

    A General Index to the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons, 1697-1713

    XII. 450. Report; The Lords of the Admiralty to appoint a Ship, for the Trial of the laid Pumps; 518. Quadrant and Calculator, for the Ufe of Ships, Referred to a Committee, 353. Of Hildeyard, Edward ; Inftruclion, 'to consult Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1701, 2 February 1702

    setting forth,That the Petitioner hath lately invented Two several Instruments, for the Improvement of Navigation; One called a sphe¬ rical Quadrant, the other a Calculator ; whereby all Ma¬ riners may more plainly direct the Course of a Ship than Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1790, 15 March 1790

    - - - - -- To Mr. Robert Blair, as a Reward for having discovered a Method of adjusting Hadley's Quadrant for the Back Observation, with the same Ease and Accuracy, and on the same Principle, as the Method now Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1816, 15 March 1816

    Survey extended through GreaZ PriZain; and also for comparing the said standard measure with the ten millionth part of the Quadrant of the Meridian now used as the basis of linear measure on the Continent of Paroj&e. Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    THOMAS JONES, Theft, 17/05/1832

    was a Police-constable. On the afternoon of the 6th of May I saw the prisoner and two others, under the Quadrant, in Regent-street; I suspected them, and told the officer - we watched them for about twenty minutes, and then


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