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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Present State.] Cripplegate Ward.

    mean. Figtree Court, pretty good, and well inhabited. Play House Yard, long, with old Buildings; so called, Sugarloaf Court. Seven Star Court . Sugarloaf Alley. Car Yard . Cock Alley . Vine Court . Maiden head Court. Grub street .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shortly after quite smooth, and the evening beautiful. After we passed Arklow Head, theWicklow Hills came in sight-they arebeautiful. The Sugarloaf and Carrick Mountain have finely pointed outlines, with low hills in front and much wood. At half-past six we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .............. C, Weed 1 Ntr. Je-nnin'sitt'oirl 5 tarist ........... 1. Clearer 2 isle, Ceissesa X'ssrtioc -............-' Casistei 3t qlillelaghi (Plarry), Sugarloaf (Cu'iitsie), ''Tsntaltst (TV. Oshornse), LTassi (iflaceri, (tetuidee (F. Webbt), Mango (T2. iOitslcier), Pinaita (C. Ptakca 'li erkitie (0'. Archser) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlay 3eornlirg colt, Charles Edward The weights have been raisedl Ml1as. AcCurTANcEs FOR T111 CRtITiEION NV1un;lSnnY STARES. Triblute liarbinrger Macaroon Sugarloaf Polly Craven It.onping Girl colt Belplerbo Yrrar Yarra faly Mrs. Pond Arbitrator Crucifixion filly Atta.c colt Fairy Queen Nilocris Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Garnet-t - - 82 Jagellon 8I Belp1hoobo * .80 Winifred . 81 E'rnest - .8 0Rhyistono.e Tribute *.8 0Weed Anenmone Sugarloaf . 7 11 3Wisecere a Rtossini . 7 Ii Contadora Cicole Edward * . 7 10 Loafer . l'osto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Artemie colt, Voltell1a Colt, Onyx, acid 00eltulss.. Price's Wiseacre, Glen Arthur, St. Leger,'- and Thcnnar.- stone, and Blantons 'Wild Tommy, Sugarloaf, acid Lo~lly. .icop oaieb. galloped a mile. Hayhoe, jun. 's, and moat of. the other teamas not mentioned, were Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    be cleansed and paved and all unauthorised doors in the wall of, to be closed Suffolk Street, letters dated from Sugarloaf, the, Charing Cross, letter addressed to Temple, the, and the Tower, wharf between, to be cleared Act of Parliament Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 1673, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    No . 199i. ] June 24. Carrickfergus. Lieut. Edward Osborne and Ensign Nathaniel Forster to Col. Humphrey Sydenham at the Sugarloaf, Charing Cross. We understand by yours of the 14th that the Lord Lieutenant has been informed of the weakness Subscribers-only content

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