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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE. The Arches.

    LONDON BRIDGE . The Arches. Peers. And over the Houses were stately Platforms, leaded with Rails and Ballasters about them very commodious, and pleasant for walking, and enjoying so fine a Prospect up and down the River; and some

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    A Second APPENDIX. Anno 1654 . City of Westminster . Tho. Lathom, Esq; Tho. Falconberge, Esq; City of London . Thomas Foot , Alderman, William Steel , Sergeant at Law, Recorder, Thomas Adams , John Langham , Samuel Avery

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    Honourable Acts of Citizens. old Maior: Likewise other to Sir Rowland Hill, and to Sir Andrew Judd : And to the Chamberlain; to Mr. Blackwell ; to Mr. Common Hunt, and his Man: To the Porter that belonged to

    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE.

    LONDON BRIDGE . King John , in the 7th Year of his Reign , which was in the Year 1205 , granted the Custody of London Bridge (which was in the Maior of London ) to Friar West. ]

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    The Life of JOHN STOW . charitable Gifts in the respective Parishes in London , as far as possibly he could obtain them. Which he was sometimes baulked in; being refused by some to let him see their Books

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shelley Introduction

    Shelley Introduction SHELLEY Shelley is a small parish immediately to the north of Chipping Ongar . 1 Its area is 608 acres. 2 There were 32 inhabited houses in 1801 and 34 in 1811 and 1821. 3 In 1801

    The borough of Southwark Introduction

    The borough of Southwark Introduction THE BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK Suthringa geweorc 1 (x cent.); Sudgeweorke, 2 Sudwerche, 3 Sudwerca 4 (xi cent.); Suwerc 5 (xiii cent.); Suthwerk 6 (xiv cent.); Southwerk 7 (xvi cent.). The historical, as distinguished from

    The borough of Southwark Borough

    The borough of Southwark Borough BOROUGH It is likely that Southwark formed part of the ancient demesne of the Crown and that Cnut granted certain rights within it to Earl Godwin . From Domesday it appears that before the

    Stanford Rivers Introduction

    Stanford Rivers Introduction STANFORD RIVERS Stanford Rivers is a large parish whose north-east boundary is ½ mile south-west of Chipping Ongar . 1 The soil is Boulder Clay and London Clay with small patches of gravel. The part of

    Upminster Education and charities

    Upminster Education and charities EDUCATION. There is a reference to a schoolmaster in Upminster c . 1580, 1 and another in 1596 . 2 For a short time in 1640 -1 Ralph Josselin ( 1616-83 ) taught school at

  • * British History Online * *

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    Leases Leases. I. 37. Letter from Lord Arundel 1 to the Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, and Aldermen, requesting their favourable consideration to the suit of his servant, Walter Browne, for a little piece of ground, or rather a dry ditch,

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 32, January 1593, 01 January 1593-31 January 1593

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 32 January 1593 January 1593 Jan. 5. Alnwick. 62. Sir John Forster to [Lord Burghley ] . No meetings have been kept for a long time, as the opposite warden refuses to make mutual Subscribers-only content

    Introduction, Medieval accounts and their arrangement

    Introduction Medieval accounts and their arrangement INTRODUCTION The City of London's archives are rich in administrative and legal records earlier than the seventeenth century but, with the notable exception of the accounts of the wardens of London Bridge, very

    Ireland and Irish lands

    Ireland and Irish lands Ireland and Irish Lands. III. 14. Letter from [the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen ] to Lord Compton, 1 reminding him of their former letter, that he would be pleased, "for the ease of

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 206, Undated 1587, 01 January 1587-31 December 1587

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 206 Undated 1587 Undated 1587 69. An entry book of forms of letters, warrants, grants, recommendations, & c. probably for the use of and belonging to Lord Treasurer Burghley. The entries are without date, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ffewpbbion ? Tpmrtig. : Yn eu cyfarfod y dydd o'rblaen, ataliodd gwarcheid- - n waid Machynlleth eu cymorth plwyfol oddiwrth rai i- oeddynt yn ei dderbyn ar yr amod i anfon eu plant Pr d ysgol, oherwydd eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CTFLWYNIAD TYSTEB ITR PARCH- W. MYDRIM JONES, ABERTEIFI. - , I _ _ I 1 _ _ Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod dyddorol iawn yn iaghapel y y Tabernacl, nos Fercher, cyn y diweddaf, i'r diben o a gyflwyno tysteb cynwysedig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARHOLIAD YSGOLION SABBOTHOL Y METHODISTIAID CALFINAIDD YN NYFFRYN CLWYD, AM 1885. Y mae y rhai basenaf yn rhestr yr ymgeiswyr wedi Ilwyddo i wneyd papyrau rhagorol iawn. Ni bum erioad yn darlIen en gwell. Dylid gwneyd yu hysbys fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ABERTEIFI. CYMANFA GANu.-Dydd Mercher, cynhaliwyd )I Cymanfa flynyddol y dosbarth yn Aberteifi, c dan , arweinsad y cerddor galluog Mr. John Thomas, * Llanwrtyd, yr hwn oedd yn ei hwyliau goreu. _ Tystiai yr arweinydd i ragoroldeb neilldclol y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Al3RTAWE A'R UYLCHOEDDf| B,.LILEHEM, LLANsAMLET.-CGlec cyfarfodydd blyn- ddo lwyliog iawn yn yr addoldy hwn y Sabbath a'r 26 aun o'r blaen, o dan weini iogaeth ailuog a gafaelgar y Cy parchn, Benjamin Thomas, Woodstock, a Morris D. bN Joe Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Bridge House

    (Madam, On Monday next, October 5th, we shall make our first show of autumn...) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Clothing trade, Advertisements, clothing] v>nnoTi jno.C o] )i puDuiiiioD9.i ODugpT^uoD I14IAV tiTJD puij *S8^:^U'BpS[ ^WBSdY^ %^.^VK? JO f^DUv^s r. TtJOJO jo 9«">-''!d Subscribers-only content

    George Sanger's grand equestrian and zoological establishment

    [Circus, Programs, circus] I ^qucHtiiiiut and ioalogipl rSTABLISHMENT. The Programme will be selected from the foUowing' :— 1.^ The Highly Trained Horse, ** MAHOMET,'' introduced by? Mr. GEORGE SANGER. 2.--Bare-back Act, by Master JAMES CROCKETT. (Clown : — Little Subscribers-only content


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