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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward.

    but ordinarily inhabited; It hath a passage down steps, into Thames street through a place called the Bowling-alley . Three Shear Court, small and ordinary; over against this Court is the Parish Church of St. James Garlicke Hithe. It is

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [Present State Faringdon Ward without. of this Ward.]

    support it. To proceed to the Alleys, Courts, and Passages in Fleetstreet . And first on the North side is Shear lane, or Shire lane . This Lane gives passage into Little Lincoln's Inn Fields , formerly called Fickquet's Field;

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Bounds and Limits.

    with old Timber Houses. Castle Yard hath a long turning Passage, with pretty good Houses, indifferently well inhabited. Ball and Shear Court small and mean; and adjoining to this is another small Place without a Name. Angel Alley . long

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were expected at other piaces; almost all the mtilitary beiiig stiationedt t ManchesterI o V~~~~~~~~- LE7TIPS FRO4 MANCISTRA.. [Fromt Xk Shear. .Mandate Jug. 16-IIayf ast Six. 94Yau are probably ,aware that 'the leqtlig otiFe ormers. whoi Was to hiAve taken Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATURDAY'S IONDONi GIZETTE. DA N K Rt PTS. L. I.nrd, 1,nnnsight, near Manchesiter cottfil-iannufa turer tn surredlcr, M0arch li), 1I, Aprii 8, at tio, ai, the Bl-lr water A rms Iu:n, manlclenttr. Attoraicy, Mr. Partin,n lAJficlewster. 17. Broadfildl, Kidderuninsteroitce~tcrshirt', Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liyaier tldnrabirtnks~ezptr ,ktr Mr. Btt;etVt- flnnkd..it~l SuANDrrai, cara.deaier Ayt~etnr orv-, r, bTa4rya,-% r eonrsplciey s' - n . F td Shear qidClaTId weee.,' I-r Bi Pectrif aiir oS iit ireb plia.tm , hop- :iNetor-4ii e me I r Lee If Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. KnATS. ST. ANDtnuw's, HooLuisR.- Feed my sheep" was the injunction of the Founder of the Christian Faith; but " Shear my sheep" seems to be that of the Rector of St. Andrew's, Holborn,-for, not content with getting from his.flock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 stripped the premises of a quantity of weariog apparel, and Rr setisles of coussidlerable valise, vith which they got Shear off. hosessrC Srici..-...A vOutls belonginr to the Militia of Drist had Petafly Ppromised to marry a young wvomana. The Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Hundred Leverington Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    Harp , Hart or Harpley Field, Long Meadow , Cat Field , Richmond Field , New Field , Shire or Shear Field, Black Lane Field. In Parson Drove and Southea: Pock or Poke Field, Remers Field, Popefield, Canon Field ,

    Stroud Economic history

    2 card makers. 61 Two millwrights were among the owners of a mill at Bowbridge in the earlier 18th century. Shear -grinders occupied Cuttle's Mill c . 1710 and Weyhouse Mill in the mid 18th century, and in 1784 there

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for laying out, making and keeping in Repair, Aroad from the City of Carlisle to the Town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. , 11 June 1750

    the faid Clerks orTrea- - for each of the faid Counties refpectively ; which faid Books fhall Shear be feen and perufed by any Perfon or Perfons whomfoever, with- l^fFee" or Reward.,^ i}^,,^ «rdi to atom 10 mo v - Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1788, 18 June 1788

    Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe Ordered, That the Houfe be put into a Committee upon the faid Bill To-morrow. Inve The Order of the Day being read.for the Houfe to be Court Houfe, pUt into a Committee'jpon the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    the Law did not take effect, they would be compelled to sell Wool at 6c?. per Pound, after the present Shear Time. What do you consider to be a remunerating Price for the Wool grown in your Neighbourhood One Shilling Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    you buy in the Year 1821 It is hard to say ; but I should think I bought during the Shear Time more than 2,000 Packs from the Farmers. How much British Wool did you buy in the Year 1827 Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    you give the Committee any Information with regard to the Stocks on hand of South Down Wool Yes; since last Shear Time, viz. June 1827, we have purchased 49,500 Fleeces of Wool; about 29,500 of these were of the last Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 04/1783

    Child} Dublin Ireland House Ridge R Newham Esqr Walker Eliz Leeds Yorks Do Cheshunt Jno Buroombe Esqr Whithbread Hanh . Shear Surry Clerkll St Andrews D Walker Esqr 2 Woods Thos St George Southwark Staines Do Chas Vine Esqr Walker

 

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