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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 The PREFACE.

    the Number of eight Hundred; and thence safe delivered, that other, having Need, might enter in their Room. Beside eight Score and Twelve, that have there forsaken this Life, in their intollerable Miseries and Griefs; which else might have dyed

    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Stealing the Crown.

    both these should fail, he hath another Fetch in store; which is to persuade them to pardon him upon the Score of good Politicks; by shewing how useful an Instrument he can be to quiet the Minds of all the

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    the Number of Eight Hundred; and thence safe delivered, that others having need might enter in their rooms; besides Eight Score and Twelve that dyed there in their intolerable Miseries, which might have dyed and stunk in the Noses of

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honour of Citizens.

    keep. If such Lads were at Home in Bed asleep, 'Twere better sure, than live in London thus, Upon the Score , or like Bankrupts, I wus. Again, I muse, why Youth, or Age of Gentile Blood, Born unto Wealth

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rules and Directions for the Building.

    which stands in Cheapside , the Entrance thereof only; the Hall, Chapel, & c. being all backwards. Of the Four Score and Seven Parochial Churches, Demolished or consumed by the Fire, (besides the Cathedral Church of St. Paul . Of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6c. i 8c.' y pwys;'mUtton,' i7ie.- i 9ie., ; ig lUoi, 7ic. i' 8ic.'; bacwn, -9s.- 8c. 1 10s. y Score; porc,-lOs. i 10s. to. P11ISl.AU t' AL G N11T~lAD iN ILlJDAIN. s- loiawo 381 1870, Ion'wr 80, 1871. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dybied byna; adymayreglurbad a geir yn hen Eiilytr Siesrneg N. Bailey ar y gair:-" SHaT. bCoT, a Rle(koning, Chlb. or Score, in a Victualling House, &c., or the Money paid for it." D)rwg genyf i mi fod gyhyd heb gydnabod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Llew Llwyfo, y cyfleithiad Seisnig gan H. LI. Hughes. Ysw.; v cymdeithrantu i'r piano wedi en trefnu, o'r Orchestral Score, gan B. S. Hughes, Ysw. Yn y rhifyn diweddaf o'r .Afueioal Tvimer, gwna y golygydd syiw ar gystadleulaeth gorddorol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 2 6 Book of Words, with an -Elaborate Analysis by JOSEPH BENNETT-$ixPenoe. For all Psrticilaneoncer4Thg bopies of Fall Orch'estral Score, Orchestral Parts, &o., direct application Showld be made to the Pablishers. LONDON and NEW YOBK: NOV.ELLO, EWER & CO. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 6 Book of Words, with an Elaborate Analysis by JOSEPH BENNETT-Sixpence. For all Particulars concerning Copies of Fall Orchestral Score, Orchestral Parts, &G., direct application should be made to the Publishers. LONDON and NEW YORK: NOVELLO, EWER & Co. Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/380/001

    Method Manner Account Score Justice x Money Reason Motive Cause Maxim Principle Intent Inducement Right Wrong Power Obligation Restraint Duty Authority Punishment Bound Reward Burthen Privilege Exemption Immunity Disability Void Property Possession Chose in Action Issuing of a Rent Payment

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fiddington Economic history

    mill in 1681 . 13 In 1772 the mill was sold by Joseph Champion to the brothers Richard and Gregory Score . Richard (d. 1807) left his share to his brother who in 1819 gave the mill to his sons

    Fiddington Manors and other estates

    of the land was at Oatley in Cannington . 75 Half shares of land in Bonson were sold to the Score family in the 17th and 18th centuries and two small farms there remained in separate ownership. 76 That known

    Sport, ancient and modern Pastimes

    of having by the establishment of three several competitions called the Easter Target , the Whitsuntide Target, and the Eleven Score Target, initiated in some sense the Grand National Meetings, which have been held since the institution of the Grand

    Stoke Newington Growth: Church Street Stoke Newington : Church Street c. 1848

    and growth to 1870. Below, churches. Chamber's Edinburgh Jnl . [ 1841 ] , 310-11 (S.N.L. cuttings 80). e.g. Three Score Years and Ten: Reminiscences of Sophia Eliz. De Morgan , ed. Mary A. De Morgan (S.N.L. cuttings 78 De

    Index K-Z

    Hill Leon., rector of Spaxton , Wm. de (fl. 12th cent.), Sir Wm . (d. 1529), Scoland , Geof. of, Score : Gregory, John, Ric., Rob., see Williams Wm., fam., Scotland , and see Burrell Collection Scott , Jas., duke

 

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