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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The Church of St. MARGARET.

    Hereicke. Sweet Virgin , that I do not set Thy Grave-verse up in mournful Jet, Or dappled Marble, let thy Shade Not wrathful seeme, or fright the Maid, Who hither at her weeping Howres, Shall come to strew thy Earth

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 The Circuit Walk. St. Leonard's Bromley.

    Ferrers his Executor; who to the Memory of him hath erected this small Monument. In this most pure and blessed Shade , (Such by the sacred Ashes made, That here inhabit must) does lye The Man, whose Vertues cannot dye.

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates and Posterns.

    Fields, before an unhealthful Place, in Sir Leonard Halliday 's Maioralty, were turned into pleasant Walks, set with Trees for Shade and Ornament; compassed with Brick Walls, made convenient with Vaults under Ground for Conveyance of the Water, which stood

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paru tallenan coffadwriaethol, a'a dosbarthu yn yr eisteddleoedd, ec yn argraffedig arnynt:-Anthem, " Wylwn, Wylwu," (Dr. Parry), " Forgive, blest Shade," (Dr. Calcott); e'r Anthem "Y moo go-r phvysfaeto'n yn oli bobl Dduw," (Pencerdd Gwyn- odd); ii o be tre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Olut implairinc the processional line, may bh or ever quoted here. With regard to the composition of the Light and Shade, we think that it would have been sornenvhat im- Prroved, had tmh svholl of the back-ground and sky beent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heary Churchh Eswlablisiment to be suipported by them, afich, fur many reanorm, caruiot he very pirpilar, but esperially for tie Shade in u rtich tbe Tithes are exacied-a Magistrary " dis. etrodet! i'rto parti-s," who are, says ttbe Learned Jsdge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedfor(d-row 11, Bellett, jtni. Wellington, Somersetshire, mal tster. Ator cv, Mr. Robinson, Essex-street, Strand. .. Stlechilam, Skinner-street, rjarehiouseinan Attorney, '4, Shade, Gray'c-iunn-square. T. oernon, lathi, picture dealer4 Attorney, Mr. Young. Cliar- lotte-row, Mansion-housei SATURDA Y'S LONsDOS! GAZETTF. BANKRUIPTS. T. Leigh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUESDAY' S l.<-N.JD GAZEY EI. Tlhis Gaiett& a1unonnec le p. 0pninment of tipp Emrl'of Dat huus:o to be Lieutenanit Gc.'cijcr of Nova Scotiat BANKRUII'TCY. s''it-XFED. T. Jenf, lwlccalkliy, Chiia-a~raik,-i PAN 1"RI(~IU'l'S. )V. liwllrTelb . St. a l In titerhtiant. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Education

    a certificated master, at the north end of the village was called officially the Townsend school , but normally the Shade school after a common nearby. The other for infants under a mistress stood on Clay Street . Each had

    Soham Charities for the poor

    incorporated with those combined in 1896 Peachey's, the Poor's Hundred Acres , and income from the price of the sold Shade common. All the new charity's income not designated for special purposes was devoted to assist in the then standard

    Parishes Melchet Park

    on the boundary were Dearsall(Dersall), Mooreclose, Chilford, Dunwoode, Deane Hill , Burchwood, Duxmore, Colemore , Ash Deanes Cross, Shadowe ( Shade ) Oak , Langley Wood , Landford Wood, Deadmansford, Jennyspath, Blackhedge, Darckcorner, Redshute, Marke Oak , Revestrowde, Meanewood, Gatmoorepond,

    Soham Soham in the late 20th Century Soham Village c. 1650

    then had only ten dwellings with 40-50 inhabitants, but Broad Piece had 25-30, occupied by 130-50 people, while on the Shade common just north of Townsend there were usually 20 dwellings. The village itself had c . 1,750 inhabitants in

    Soham Economic history Soham 's Fens Under Inclosure in the 1630s Soham 's Uninclosed common Fields and Commons in the 1840s

    and Calf fens, 30 a. north of Horsecroft fen, later Angle common, and 70 a. west of Barcham field, later Shade common. For turf-digging the poor should have 100 a. in the Hasse, while 116 a. of the Moor were

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Rebuilding the Parish-Church of Gainsburgh, in the County of Lincoln, 11 June 1733

    £ur- pofes of this^Ad, fhall undertake die Building of the iaid-nevv intended Church, or any Part thereof, dr have any Shade, or IntertfHn any Contrail relating thereto, every fuch Perfon flwli from thenceforth be utterly disabled and tfifeualinedAom ading in Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1765, 17 April 1765

    Door, and believe it might be Mr. Donßon, who (I &quot; think) fays he met me; but, being in the Shade, I &quot; could not well diftinguifh him, fo as to take particular &quot; Notice, or fay any Thing to Subscribers-only content

    29 November 1810, 29 November 1810

    Ten Days ago ; He is certainly fomewhat better than ** He was Yefterday Evening, and perhaps a Shade better &quot; than Yefterday Morning.&quot; &quot; A true Copy. &quot; W. Fawkemr.&quot; Then it was moved, &quot; That the fame be Subscribers-only content

    5 October 1820, 5 October 1820

    &apos; not particularly vulgar.&quot; &quot; Nothing you would denominate as vulgar ?&quot; &quot; Not as vulgar, certainly not; the exact Shade of Vulgarity I cannot now charge my Memory with; I do not remember having considered her as vulgar in Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    &quot; a Patent of Edward the Fourth in the same Terms, &quot; ma}7 be considered as tending to throw some Shade of &quot; Doubt upon this Subject; but in both Cases the Claim Ci made was of a special Right Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Caucus Parliament, May 1880., 1880

    , MAY, 1880 , Shade of Barebones Rest! The Caucus Par ¬ liament has met at Westminster . On the 23rd March, 1880 , the British Par ¬ liament was dissolved, full of age, and as some fanatics thought, of Subscribers-only content

    Grins and groans, social and political., 1882

    " turn and turn about, " And Tory ship will never swim Without the Honourable Jim. {With apologies to the Shade of Goldsmith.) When foolish woman stopps to fashion, And finds tight-lacing doesn ' t pay, But turns her grey, Subscribers-only content

    What I saw at the Vennel School, 1885

    lady, who seemed to be tailleuse-in-chief to the establishment, according to a rough-and-ready system well suited to the circumstances. " Shade of the ancient Dorcas! " I muttered to myself. " How your industrious nature would be refreshed by a Subscribers-only content

    The Kilmainham treaty: or, "Lessons in massacre" (of the truth), 1883

    condition Because it was only to be withdrawn from the record, but the offer was to stand. Again, no negotiation. Shade of Talleyrand! Why, there has been no political negotiation so full of incidents, dis¬ cussions and finessings! In justice Subscribers-only content

    Robkin and Blight: what unfair trade is doing for us., 1885

    the Liberals this by " the Grand Old Man , " Shade of old Palmerston-picture if you can : Our dear free England dragged thus in the mire, Shade of great Beaconsfield-England ' s noblest sire. As pie-crust breaks, his Subscribers-only content

 

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