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You searched for: Place: Too, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Bodleian library

    to alter the style of the work, which, so far as it had gone, was considered over-elaborate in taste and too costly and slow in execution. Elkin was, accordingly, required to proceed, as he had started, in a plainer fashion.

    Parishes St Giles

    the arcade and a portion of the brick walling above, the height at the highest point being only 14 ft. Too little is left to form an adequate idea of the original appearance of the building, but it seems to

    Parishes Coln St. Dennis

    1650 , 20 and a population of c . 80 in 16 families at the end of the century. 21 Too little is known about the early 18thcentury inclosure to judge whether it is likely to have stimulated a rise

    Hampstead Education

    , financed by vol. contributions. Cath. Poor Sch. Cttee. grant 1849. 19 B and 13 G examined 1851, when rooms too small but new bldgs. planned. Annual parl. grant until 1865, then closed until 1872. Reopened with a.a. 39. 1880

    Standlake Church Standlake rectory house The church of St. Giles , Standlake

    one sermon throughout the 18th century, and the sacrament was administered four times a year usually to 20-40 communicants. ' Too many' neglected services in favour of fishing, idleness, or the alehouse, but none were habitually absent and by 1805

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -weddaf yn a~nhysbys i Ewropeaid o'r blaen. i;. Mae hanes arall am ryfelgyrch y Soudan, o dan y' i, tetit 'Too L~ate for Gfordon and Khartoum,' i gael ei ,ddwyn allanl gan Mr. Murzay. Yr awdwr ydlyiw llt. : Macdonald, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laugh At gilded butterflies, and hear poor rogrtes "Talk of Court News; and we'll talk- with them too, " Who loses and who wins; who's in, who's ont; And take upon us the mystery of things, G As if we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of his counsel that ye know all this to be true ?'' Truly, I know him too well, and have obeyed him a little too much h but I know, by St. Paul, who saith of hie, Circuit, he goeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man- ties, Nod no, nothing at present I have already drank too m h." Witness perceiving that he had not the least sigo of liquor, repeated the words "6 Too much!" and said, You ertainly have not drank anything since Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J-OSEPH . F flsake 4 ,Otgan * \ i s / lilinter of tenera:P lf e '..t - a printed Too' Ohasxlciight, a d sa - Jess tbphed,4 price 7s. in lYoardsAwitb- Xqft, '.1POEMS from the PORTUGU-ESE of LUIS DPE Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Battersey.

    Dom. 1685/6 . Posuit marito optimè de se merito ux. mœstissima. Born to be Great, in Fortune as in Mind, Too great to be within an Isle confin'd: Young, helpless, friendless, Seas unknown he try'd: But English Courage all those

 

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