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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, December 1607, 01 December 1607-31 December 1607

    to the Earl of Salisbury. [Before December 23, 1607 ] . The prison of the Liberty commonly called the Roundhouse was demolished to facilitate the King's passage through London. Sir John Fortescue 1 accordingly ordered the steward, bailiff and burgesses

    Index, Q, R

    , Ellis, Page of the Bedchamber to the King his allowance, 63 185 Rouen (Roane) [Seine-Inf rieure, France ] 210 Roundhouse , The, prison, Strand, London reference to demolition of, 126 Roupe or Roope, Thomas. See Roper, Thomas Rowe ,

    VIII. The Albion, Letters

    be demanded in such proportions as may be necessary and to be disposed of either in a Chest in the Roundhouse or in the After Powder Room which disposition of it will allow of a Scuttle to be cut between

    Charles II, November 1681, 01 November 1681-30 November 1681

    done and at last fell into a tumultuous quarrel, whereon they were seized by a constable and committed to the Roundhouse and lay there all night and were examined by a magistrate. 'Tis said several strange discourses were overheard between Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 148, February 14-22, 1666, 14 February 1666-22 February 1666

    and given order about the French letters; has also ordered Mo rgan Lodge of Deal and Mr. Hall at the Roundhouse to give no notice of ships in the Downs, except to Lord Arlington and Sir Wm. Coventry. Has ordered Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 February 1792, 13 February 1792

    round Head, to work in a Circle, so as to require no Rudder Coat; and those Ships that have no Roundhouse, their Rudders should run up, and steer with a Yoke abaft the Rudder Head, above the Upper Deck. Cables Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 January 1809

    length Fiat - Beams - Beams - Knees - Clamps - Roundhouse. of Fir of Oak, N° 12 1 Five of which are kneed at each hanging knee, bolted with thick, sided, moulded, round, end with an oak 7 bolts Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 January 1809

    Quarter Deck - Steering wheels and stauncheons to fix, and carronades to fit. Forecastle - Ileadledges and comings to fit. Roundhouse - Bitts and companion to fit. Without-board - Pintles and braces to shift; bottom to be sheathed with wood, Subscribers-only content

    Report on the nightly watch and police of the metropolis., 1812

    33 REPORT FROM COMMITTEE ON TUE [Appendix, baw.ds, ibieves, receivers of stolen goods, and Marshalsea Court and Sheriffs Officers, who Keep lock-up houses ; ihe principal of these houses are situate in CovcntGarden ; about 30 in St. Miiry-Ie-Strand; Subscribers-only content

    Report from Committee on the State of Mendicity in the Metropolis., 1814

    out in the morning, which, way each shall go. John Fvrzmany called in, and Examined. WHAT are you ? — Roundhouse keeper in St. Giles's JBIoomsbury. From what you know of beggars generally, do you believe them to bo,- impos¬ Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exhibitions at Westminster Hall! FASHIONABLE DEPARTuRaE.-UIr Cribbv Walker left the Police station near the Grand Stand for the Croy. don Roundhouse, immediately after the conclusion oF the Derby. We believe the cause of his sudden absence was an unlucky speculation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    men refused to do until they were on board, all but twenty-five, who surrendered and were shut up in the Roundhouse on the ground. Meanwhile the others kept advancing, with a view to get possession of the cannon. Orders were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Jackson's, where we had 10s. worth between a dozen or fourteen of us. Mr. Young paid for it, At Roundhouse, Wilnecote, four or five of us had a gallon of beer, for which we did not pay. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Kelly six persons were killed, and many injured, the damage to property amounting to $15,000. At -Lonisuille, where the Roundhouse and Bowling Green were destroyed, and a number of engines damaged, the losses are estimated at $75,000. to $100,000. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anidsrosadsober Man, to Attend to Duties VT cnetdwith Living Wagon. Cook for and"Walt~on two 6 yUng men.-Apply, by letter, Sy5ett, Roundhouse, Wneteate, GI'm tr.. 4641 W ANTE, ady~, to erd rtewrko small house, In return for VV cmforabl hom: thee Subscribers-only content

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