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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 6 About the Tydes.

    this shifting of the Tydes is the more notable in the Thames , because of its gentle Ebb to the Seaward , which is the more easily turned, whereas a swift Current in a River would prevail over these Irregularities.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wambrook

    two inns there in 1753 , the Old inn and the Royal Oak , both held by members of the Seaward family, innkeepers by 1723 . The Old inn evidently changed its name to the Hare and Hounds between 1754

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    208 tithing, 203; and see Seavington Dennis warren, 205 Seavington Vaux (in Seavington St. Mary ), 111, 203 man., 181 Seaward , fam., 223 Sedding , J. D., architect, 194 Segge (Shegge), fam., 223 Selwood , John, 177-8 Seofenempton ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUE$ys- LONDOI GAZETTE. BANICRUPTCIES ENLARGED. !B. Dam ant, Whizeebapel, hrazie* fiom March ia, to. Aiiil i6, at ten, at Gvildhall. - -; - iJ. 'Ihointon, Lawrence.Poutney-~an%, merchan 1t, from March s, to April as, at ten, at Gui~dhaflr . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bidley Josh. Jas. Sheffield E. G. White Wm. Johnson Thomas Fisherjun. Adolphus Barnett John Roberts John tIlley James Bluett John Seaward John Carter W. S. Cumming Thomas Blyth John Francis Rt. Hutciison Benjanmin Dison James B. Gordon J. Battell C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    during which the fol- lowing witnesses were examined, viz. :-Captain Barton. R N., Mr George Mills, Air Seaward (of the firm of Seaward and Capel), Mr Vincent, jun. (midshipman of the Amiazon), Mr Williamson (the chief steward), and many of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Penn and CI., 700 Miller aid Ravenhill, 600 J. and A. Blytbh 280; Rennie, 250 Robinson and Russell, 200 ; Seaward and Capel, 150 ; Swayne and Boville, 150; Simpson, 150; Easton and Amos, 120; Napier, 100 Joyce and Co., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his wife. Previous to his marriage he offered himself to a young girl about eighteen years of age) named Ann Seaward, but the offer was rejected on the ground of the disparity in their ages. Notwithstanding, White continued to pay Subscribers-only content

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