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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Polteney, enclosed after Lammas; whereas, in the Time of his Predecessor, that, and divers other Parts were laid open; as Sandpit Close, and Peniless Bench. And now he threatneth Death to any that shall presume to open the same; altho'

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pillerton Priors

    Book of Common Prayer'. 32 The chalice seems to have come into the hands of the family of Gardner at Sandpit Farm in the 19th century, but its present whereabouts is unknown. 33 The register of baptisms, beginning in 1604

    Thakeham Economic history

    dug for building and roadmaking in the 1840s . 6 The name Sandpit Cottage on the former Heath common suggests sandworking there before 1875, 7 and a sandpit auctioned on the Sandgate estate in 1913 8 may have been there.

    Parishes Bishop's Stortford

    superseded by a chapel on the west side of the road, built about 1908. A Baptist chapel was built in Sandpit Field in 1819 , 54 but was pulled down in 1899 and the present chapel built. 55 There were

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    Wm., 15, 28, 33, 232 Broadway , 96, 113, 117 Broadwindsor (Dors.), 16, 68-70, 182 Drimpton , q.v. Netherhay, q.v. Sandpit , q.v. Brome : Eliz., m. Jas. Compton , 178 John, and his w. Alice, 178 Brompton (Mdx.), 57

    Parishes South Petherton The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul , South Petherton

    since been converted into a guest-house. The bellcot over the chapel, inscribed 'J. S. 1828', came from a mill at Sandpit , near Broadwindsor (Dors.), and formerly stood on the stable block. There was evidently a settlement at BRIDGE by

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, March 1669, 01 March 1669-31 March 1669

    a small close of ground containing three aores, lying at the west end of the ground called the Sandpit Field (which Sandpit Field, together with the six acre close at the east end thereof, have been surrendered to the Crown

    Warrant Book, May 1710, 22-31, 01 May 1710-31 May 1710

    for carrying these works up Snow don Hill and so on the new road that leads from Bishops gate to Sandpit gate by which means the Queen may pass well to the upper and dry parts of the park at

    General Index, L, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    for appointing Salisbury Street, Strand, Barber's Pole in, warrant to search Salutation tavern [in Lombard Street ] treasonable conversation at Sandpit Field, St. James', warrant for grant of part of Saracen's Head in Friday Street, warrant to search Savoy, th Subscribers-only content

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    516. -, St. Stephen's College, a prebendary of (named), 1419 (1, 2). -, Sanctuary of, 194: g. 202 (41). -, Sandpit field, g. 202 (4). -, Sherdyche, g. 202 (4). -, Star Chamber at, 45. -, Temys or Themes Mede,

    Charles II, December 1683, 01 December 1683-31 December 1683

    for grenadiers. [ Ibid. No . 143. ] Warrant for a grant or demise of all that part of the Sandpit Field with the buildings thereon near St. James', Middlesex, late in the possession of Sir William Pulteney or his Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the last ten montihs. There are now no less than a dozen remarkably fide' kangaroos in the Royal Menagerie at Sandpit gate.- Windsor Express. ToADs As ANXT-.ArEas.-In thle Autumn of last year, a pit, wherein I grew melons, was so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Strathfieldsaye, upon a visit to her Majesty, accompanied Prince Albert to the Royal pre- serves in the neighbourhood of Sandpit gate, in the Great park. The Prince bagged 82 pheasants, 15hares, a partridge, and a woodcock. His Grace had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MUNICOU'L ELECTIONS. In sod ST. PAUL'S WARD. tit sty A meeting of the Suppsorters of Mr. Charles Green, tissrt,' Led Liberal candidate for thle representation of the ward in the re it3 Town Council, wee held last evening Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B11M3tNGH1AMPOLICE COURT.'- *Y=snAnar-Bte'ore Messrs. T. AN. CoIssore (Stop.), WF. Af. ElIZs, and F. B. Goodman. Fisa UMrrr B-OR FOOD.-AInbXosC Ward, fish sales- man, was charged on remand that he had on his premises in the Market Hall, on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bad been thoughtfully provided for in every possible way. 1OVRTYTN A~colnrur'. -Early yesterday morning Samuel Jones (30), who lives at Sandpit Cottazes,, near Wedne-sield,, was picking coal out of a large spoil-bank near lisa house. when the sid~es of the Subscribers-only content

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