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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Aldermanbury.] Cripplegate Ward.

    [ Aldermanbury . ] Cripplegate Ward . CREPLEGATE WARD Then to turn back again through the said Postern Lane to Moor lane; which Moor lane, with all the Allies and Buildings there, is of this Ward. After that is

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    The Life of JOHN STOW . Matthew Paris : and in the vulgar Tongue, as Polychronicon, William Caxton , Fabian, Hall, Cooper . Which if one looked into the Places he quoted, he should find no such Matter at

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godmanchester GODMANCHESTER The PARISH CHURCH of ST MARY

    Parishes Godmanchester GODMANCHESTER Godmundcestre (xi cent.), Gutmuncetre, Gudmencestre, Gumencestre, Guncestre (xii cent.), Gumecestre, Gurmundcestre (xiii cent.), Godmanchester (xiv cent.). The parish and borough of Godmanchester , 1 which are co-terminous, contain 4,832 acres of land and 75 acres of

    Parishes Monksilver

    Parishes Monksilver MONKSILVER Monksilver lies on the eastern slopes of the Brendon Hills 2.5 km. west of Stogumber , and part of the parish, including the village, is within Exmoor National Park . 1 The parish may once have

    Parishes Compton Dundon

    Parishes Compton Dundon COMPTON DUNDON The ancient parish lies at the eastern end of King's Sedgemoor between Street and Somerton and includes the two villages of Compton and Dundon with the settlement of Castlebrook between them, and the hamlet

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES Cyningestun (xi cent.); Cyngestun (x cent.); Chingestun (xi cent.); Kingeston (xii cent.). The town of Kingston is built on the river-bank; behind it is alluvium through which the Hogsmill river flows. On either hand

    Mitcheldean MITCHELDEAN AREA 1880

    Mitcheldean MITCHELDEAN The Parish and former market town of Mitcheldean lies 16.5 km. west of Gloucester . 9 Mitcheldean , once part of the Forest of Dean , 10 was usually called Dean until the mid 13th century. 11

  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    September 1644 An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the appointing and authorizing of Henry Brooke Esquire to be High Sheriff of the County Palatine of Chester; and for regulating some other Things concerning the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 13 September 1644, 13 September 1644-13 September 1644

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6 13 September 1644 DIE Veneris, 13 die Septembris. PRAYERS. Ds. Grey de Warke . Comes Rutland . Comes Denbigh . Comes Manchester . L. Viscount Say & Seale . Comes Kent . Comes

    America and West Indies, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    America and West Indies May 1672 May 1672 May 1 4. St. Jago. 817 . Minutes of the Council of Jamaica. The inhabitants of St. Jago having by petition demonstrated that they did not through any obstinacy choose Humphrey

    America and West Indies, April 1681, 01 April 1681-30 April 1681

    America and West Indies April 1681 April 1681 April 2. Whitehall. 62 . The King to Lord Baltimore. By Letters Patent bearing date 4th March last we have granted to William Penn, from regard to the merits and services

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    The winning of Glamorgan Documents Llanover MSS. Formerly the property of the Cymreigyddion of Abergavenny. Mostly transcripts in the handwriting of Edward Williams ( Iolo Morganwg ); copied by him in 1808, from the original in the possession of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL NEWS. I THE GREAT GLASGOW DINNER. Wednesday last was a proud and busy day for the inhabitants of Glas- gow. Never, says thle Times correspondent, have I seen a numerous gathering more quiet, more orderly, and more impressed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P O L I T I C AL. PUBLIC MEETINGS. COMMERCIAL CODE.-On Monday evening one of the most important public meetings ever held in LiverDool took place in the Sessions house, for the purpose of peti- tioning Parliament in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON 1 GAZETTE. r. (From Lest Nightr's Goziete.) in BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1883. Rs FIRST MlEETINCGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC R.XAMIN-.. rIC TIONS. IS HENRY CAFFELLE, Jordan Well, Coventry, grocer. First 3: meeting, May 8, at noon, at tire Official Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETE.-JMwA-r 2Z THE BANKERUPTCY ACT 1883. RECEIVING ORDERS. RIogARD UxDmwooD, residing at Prospect Villas, Carrington, trading at Houndsgate, both Nottingham, cig manufacturer. ,WILL"M FamDERICS HIGEiffOn, iEgertonu Street, Oldhamn, butcher. FesDn=cm Cuannxa Dyxe, Hylton Road, Worcester, baker. Jourf RoDzrmer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GA ZTTE.-FEBxuARY 19. TEE BANKRUPTCY ACT 1883. RECEIVING ORDERS. RoBZaT UrroN, trading as R. Upton and Co., Broad Street, Sheffield, general draper. RicaAED TATLoR, Tramroad Side, Pontypridd, con. tractor ad builder. DA.In RODERIcEz, Tylegarsenmy, Brecknockshire, Labourer, late farmer Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Mr. Fitzgerald's comic sketches of life & character, and impersonations extraordinary

    (Under the distinguished patronage of) [Amusements, Playbills] TROlirBRlUOi:. [liider the distingnished Patronage of THE jIAfells^TRATEiS. COMIC SiHGTCIIiilS 01 LIFE & CHARACTIIK, and mPKK80NATIOK8 EXTRAORDINARY MR. FITZGKRALD, having been received, throughout the whole of his per¬? formances, on Vied nesday Subscribers-only content

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