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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    the Hospital and Tenements ap- pertaining to the same. 40 00 00 Sum of the Charges certain 798 02 00 Toward the which was Yearly received by the Kings En- dowment. 333 06 08 And by the like Endowment of

    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 APPENDIX.

    to the Sum of DCCxcvl. iis. besides the uncertain Expences, and other extraordinary Charges, which cannot be rated, or accounted. Toward the which is yearly received by the Endowment of the King's Majesty, CCCxxxiiil. vis. viiid. And by the like

    Book 2, Chapter 9 Langborne Ward. St. Nicolas Acon.

    one Cloth of Bawdekyn, to serve there for the Burial of the Parishioners, as long as it may last. Item, Toward the building of the Body of the Church of St. Christophers Lond. namely, in such Works wherein the said

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [S. Dunstanes in the West. Gifts.] Faringdon Ward without. [Cliffords Inn.]

    and James II . And one of the four Lieutenants. 1685 . South Ile. Henry Jones , Clockmaker, 1695 . Toward the end of the Church, under the Organ Loft, Alexander Layton , Master of Defence, 1679 . Body of

    Book 3, Chapter 2 Cordwainers Street Ward.

    Maior, and by Thomas his Son. This Church was repaired and beautified in the year of our Lord 1616 . Toward which the Cordwainers street Ward. The Bounds of it. Budge Row . Aetheling or Wathling street. The Red Lion

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    the regard sensibility of felt by the persons individuals in question for by the force of religious and moral obligations. Toward the people of Scotland under the To the lawyers To the Scottish should it happen to be as of

  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1493-4

    and Inger vij d It e m, payd for a Rope for hys well' viij d Item, we alowyd Tyrry Toward hys harthe and othyr Reparacionys that he dyde in e howse x s It e m, payd for naylys

    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 6 August 1651, 06 August 1651-06 August 1651

    1,179, 727 7 6 For Ireland 20,000 0 0 150,000 0 0 For Scotland 71,500 0 0 536,250 0 0 Toward which there is provided by the Assessments; viz . By the Arrears of former Assessments, until the Commencement of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 28 April 1645, 28 April 1645-28 April 1645

    Oxford , from whence I likewise hoped by some of the Market People to gain Notice where the Enemy was. Toward Night, I received certain Notice from Major General Browne , that the Carriages were not stirred; that Prince Maurice

    South Wales chantries certificate, 1548

    the whiche is there edified and made for the safeguard of Shippes and other Vessells repayring to the sayd Towne. Toward the whiche Rep'ac. the said proctors by the advice of the Mayre, Bayliffs and Aldermen have vsed as occasion

    Acts and Proceedings, 1572, August

    their Judgment concerning the said functions, how far they shall extend in particular; and also toward the function of the Abbots and Priors, and toward the interchanging of all their names in other names more agreeable to Gods word, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    smart, When weary steps forget themselves upon a pleasant turf, Upon hot sand, er flinty road, or sea-shore iron scurf, Toward the castle or the cot, where long ago was born t)ne who was great throungh mortal days, and died Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. WORSHIP-STyEET. Wra. Eyre, a clergyman, residing at Wing, in Buckinghamshire, ywas on Monday charged with having feloniously assaulted Jobaunlia Quinlan, a child nine years of age, and with having carnally known and abused her.-It appeared from the testimony Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pleasures of retreat as if he really had been born for them. "Cares if I bad, I turn'd those cares Toward my partridges and hares, At every dog and gun I heard Ill-autguring for some truant bird, Or whisker'd friend Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the narrator to enter the royal navy:- In coming in, just between Bute and the clough, forment the point of Toward, there was a man of war's boat in shore on the look-out and she came off to our vessel. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WVe have called thee our angel in hours of success, And thine angels we'll be in thy days of distress; Toward the gulph of perdition thy steps to pursue, And protect and restore-or be damn'd with thee too. Ads Wpe Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FINLAY, Kirkman (1773-1842), of Queen Street, Glasgow and Castle Toward, Argyll

    Queen Street, Glasgow and Castle Toward, Argyll Constituency Dates Glasgow Burghs 1812 1818 Malmesbury 1818 20 June 1820 Ofifces Held Bailie, Provan 1801, Glasgow 1804; ld. provost, Glasgow 1812-14, 1818, pres. chamber of commerce 1812, 1816-17, 1823-4, 1829-30; rect. Glasgow

    PROWSE, Thomas (1707-67), of Compton Bishop, Som.

    to do’;[footnote] but early in December Fox classed him as favourable to the preliminaries. He did not vote against them. Toward the end of March 1763 Edward Gibbon met him in Paris, ‘in his way to Tours, to which place

    WESTCLIFF, John (by 1466-1524), of Sandwich, Kent.

    administer the oath to the new lord warden in 1509; and he was frequently employed in negotiations for the ports. Toward the end of his life his service received special recognition. In July 1521 the Brotherhood granted him an annuity

    BRYDGES, James, Mq. of Carnarvon (1731-89).

    division of 18 Feb. 1764 on general warrants, when supreme efforts were made to bring up Members, Carnarvon was absent. Toward the end of January some unnamed interloper applied to Grenville for the stewardship of the King’s manors in Radnorshire:

    NESBITT, Arnold (?1721-79), of West Wickham, Kent, and Icklesham, nr. Winchelsea, Suss.

    NESBITT, Arnold (?1721-79), of West Wickham, Kent, and Icklesham, nr. Winchelsea, Suss. Constituency Dates Mitchell 27 Jan. 1753 1754 Winchelsea 1754 1761 Cricklade 1761 1768 Winchelsea 15 Jan. 1770 1774 Cricklade 1774 7 Apr. 1779 Biography Arnold Nesbitt, after

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Pontefract

    as was the case with many alien houses, this payment was confiscated during the reign of Edward III . 9 Toward the end of the year 1139 the aged Archbishop Thurstan, who in his youth had made a vow that


    south of Bratton . It flows northward for some way, forming the parish boundary, and then north-eastward across Edington parish toward Keevil . South of the village the northern scarp of Salisbury Plain rises sharply to over 600 ft., and


    Bulkington by three weavers in 1377 , 92 and William Coterell was a weaver at Keevil in 1442 . 93 Toward the end of the 15th century there were important clothiers in Keevil . Lawrence Stephens , who occupied Bulkington


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