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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Customs for Trade.

    Men of Arms, setting more hardly. There may you have notable young Horses, not yet broken: May you have strong Steeds , well limbed Geldings, which the Buyers do especially regard for Pace and Swiftness. The Boys which ride these

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horses of Achilles, but hs hands were top feeble, and lie was lost when he attempted t* conduc the mighty Steeds of Apollo. It is not true that there is to be a new coinage. The report has arisen from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    host old dlito, very es leat - - - -'ddi. &e29s. Pale IChampagnag~l'e'ht-t . - * - - 9s. Ireishand Steeds 'Imllties, nuingea from the still 1-e, Ios. , Pownt Brandy_ - .- 16 ISe. -Fl'inefild Rune Shreb -- - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chillon. 4. Cicero. 35. Ouchy (Lausanne). 6. Talafera. 16. Venice. 7. Seville. 57. St Mark's. R. Spanish Muleteer. 3. - Steeds of Brass. 9. Sarogossa. 39. Petrarch's Tothb at Arqua, 10. Cade. 40. -- Honse. 11. Boll-fight. 42. Florence. 39, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to speed the more. HUNTER. Oh! twas a glorious sight to see The burst of chase o'er vale and lea; Steeds bravely vieing with dogs and men: It was no time for dallying then ! WAR-HIORSE. Oh ! twas a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of pride; Hush of death, in deserts wide; Moarsh lights, which through mist-lands burn; Lowing steers, the yoke that spurn; Steeds which down the broad path tear, Their wild manes sport for every air: No song of birds, no cheerful Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, July 1588, 11-15, 11 July 1588-15 July 1588

    former privileges of the Merchant Adventurers at Hamburg were revoked because of an inhibition from the general society of the 'Steeds' of the Hanse at Lubeck, they shall, if possible, secure a special provision that no such order shall impair

    Henry VIII, May 1524, 2-10, 01 May 1524-31 May 1524

    write to Wolsey that some demonstration might be made in London about it. Advises him to threaten "the hedds of Steeds and of that fellawship in London" (Hanse merchants) with the loss of their privileges unless they extirpate this heresy

    Elizabeth, July 1585, 16-20, 16 July 1585-20 July 1585

    Germany. I hear from trustworthy sources that this action against the Queen and the Society of Adventurers has cost the Steeds of the Hanses 20,000 thalers since 1580. What remuneration am I to have for saving the English nation from

    Elizabeth, November 1587, 01 November 1587-28 November 1587

    friendship with the ancient allies of this crown; of which number, few or none have been more ancient than the Steeds whereof they are a member," and therefore, contrary to their desert, she is pleased to yield to their request

    Index, H, I

    . senator of. See Schulz, Dr. John. Hamilton , lord Claude, Clowde, 401. Hampton. See Southampton. Hanse Towns. the, Steades, Steeds: Beale and Saltonstall may negotiate with, through Hamburg, 39, 40. certain of, planned to unite forces to regain privileges


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