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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 10 APPENDIX.

    by Reason of their continual Trades and Exchanges: so that their Wives cannot assure themselves of their Dowry, commonly called Thirds , as they might, if their Husbands were seised of Lands in Fee-simple. Also, the comfortable Society between Husband

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls. Faringdon Ward within. New Built]

    . to Michaelmas, 1700 . 18d. per Chaldron: two Thirds towards the building this Church. 8 Will. III . from Michaelmas 1700 . to Michaelmas 1708 . 12d per Chaldron: two Thirds for the Use of S. Pauls . 1.

    Book 5, Chapter 28 [Freemens Wills.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Court of Aldermen.]

    Car. II. cap. 10. for settling of Intestates Estates, allowed to the Widow; and the Children take the other two Thirds . If a Freeman shall give Part of his Estate to any of his Children in Marriage, or otherwise,

    Book 1, Chapter 27 MORDEN College. The Founder's Will.

    Real, Copyhold and Personal, during her natural Life; to be taken in Lieu and Discharge of all Contracts of Marriage, Thirds , Claims and Demands whatsoever: Except what is hereby further devised to her. Item, Gives and bequeaths unto her

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bridewel Hospital.

    all the Apartments thereto belonging; as also all the Dwelling-Houses in the Precinct of Bridewell ; which was about Two Thirds of the Revenues of the House. But notwithstanding its lying in Ruins, the Governors made Provision for the several

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Xli It si a question w!l1ether the Thirds cf the POSt-OIsCC know anythiiug of the distressed eOndltiiin of the Leiter- Carfiers, olving to the scaitinOs of their nav and the fal- ling, off of thevir perusts W~-e M.tohla-t at 1ii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gentlemen who fistd a difficulty in pro-ducisg ad good to-e ,sI the Canlno Flute; requires no exertion t0 blow -it. Thirds an cteave Flutes; the same lingering, with the sweetress of tone of the Flageolet. Single and Double 1'lageolets of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pepper. I gave him ouch an order, arid it wars executed.. The nlame of this imita- tive pepper was " Thirds." I received instructions how it was to be used. It was to be gvound with genuine pepper. I did Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King William the Third's regiment, and that in the year 1798 or 99, I know the officers and men wore orange ribbands in their breasts on the parade at Swinley Camp, in the presence of George the Thirds; and if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    empray iconenmfld o a ew reks' delay becouies Immateriil in coma yisnwpiothrtyhe uclotimnate advantage-the diligent finish and completeness they T Thirds bVouive -votsrlnaie~ittg tnhe reai~nder of the L~ife, and a portion df thi Corrspotdeoewil bepubishd o th 1s ofApril. - Subscribers-only content


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