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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newby, a D'. G. rn (4sjffiths I.1I., Penfro; R. Morgar, I.H., a Jeff- n rerC Jones, Mloesyfed, ; R1. L. Sails, Henadur GCvil- viii Mlorgan, R. Robinson, C. HI. Perkins, Elijah. R Alrilliam,1s, W. J. Crocker, J. Cory, Ysw., U.H., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R U R Y L A N F,.-ThiS Trheatre Will be Opened on Monday, Oct. 1, with Douglais. The Camp. And Midas.-Tuesday, The Elypacrite- Yrhe hoasigeiol. And Love, Lasw, and hsysic.-reduesday, A Cure for the Hieart Arhe. Asd Der Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Hon. James Hewitt, a Comuis- sioner of Excise. On Wednesday, at East Acton, the Rev. Thomas Davis, prebendary of Sails. bury, rector of St Martin's in that city, and vicar of Fisherton Delamere, Wilts,. On the 21st inst. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great deal arose amongst the crew to excite his complaint. On the 6th of June, the crew rolled up the sails awkwardly, and an officer abused them for it. A man named John L'arry, exclaimed, "Who can stand beingcalled an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Licenses, in particular Districts, on application to the Secretary, 2 Linme street squat e, Leadenhall street. Limber, Canvass, &c. for Sails, Rick-cloths, Awnings, Tents, Sackings, &c. will be prepared, if sent to any of the Company's Stations, on the followiog Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    of Sails , of several Names; of which her greatest is her Main Course, together with her Bonnet, which contains 1640 Yards of Canvas; and her Fore-Top Gallant Sail contains 130 Yards. One compleat Set or Suit of Sails belonging

    Book 5, Chapter 6 [Maiors and Sheriffs.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Fishes play betwixt the Shores: This gracious good hath God so kinde begun For London 's use, with help of Sails and Ores. London rejoyce, and giue thy God the praise, For her whose Highnes lengths thy happy days. The

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. The Bounds.

    that his Coat of Arms was Two Launces in Saltier between four Hearts, on a Chief, a Ship with the Sails furled. I have been told further of this Knight, that he was Commander of the biggest Ship then that

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sutton upon Derwent

    boundary partly follows the Beck and a dike marking an abandoned course of the Derwent . Along the eastern boundary Sails beck flows towards the Beck, and Blackfoss beck separates the townships of Sutton and Woodhouse . Most of the

    Hemingbrough Cliffe with Lund

    Burton 's executors sold the 211-acre Whitemoor farm to G. H. Johnson , and he sold it to Mr. Wilfred Sails in 1947 . 86 Beside the modern farmhouse there are traces of the moat which surrounded an earlier house.


    on the west from other more extensive low grounds on the east. The latter are drained principally by Foss and Sails becks and Black dike. In the extreme east of the parish the ground again rises above 50 ft. Long

    Index K-Z

    of, see Manners, Hen. and Thos. Ryder : C. F., Francis, John, Ryther : Sibyl of, see Aldborough Wm. of, Sails , Wilf., sainfoin , St. Andrew , Rog. of, St. Buryan (Cornw.) , St. John : Anastasia, see Aton


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