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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 11 The River LEE, or LEY.

    The River LEE , or LEY . do his Duty, according to the true Meaning of this Act, that then the Constable, or his Deputy, which shall so refuse to do his Duty as aforesaid, shall forfeit and pay

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. St. Dunstans Stepney, Antiquities thereof

    Suburbs. St. Dunstans Stepney , Antiquities thereof fore to return for Stepneys Sake, which mourned for his Absence, no less than Children did for the Absence of their loving Mother. Country Houses were also within this Parish built in

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. Order, on the twentieth Day of the same Month, sent to the Marshalsea , and deprived from his Bishoprick. LXXXI . Nicolas Ridley, Bishop of Rochester , elected Bishop of London , was installed in Paul's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLUNDAIN. A.GORIAKD "Y J1WIN NEWYDD," CAPEL Y METHODISTIAID CALFINAIDD TN Y CITY. t (ODDrWRTH BIN GOHEBYDD NXILLDUOL.) i Oddeuts dwy flynedd a haner yn ol, ar yr Ileg o : Jrehefin, 1876, yr oeddwa yn un o dyrfa linsog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Jan, 3. ]NSOLVENTS. WV. Smith, Lombard Rtreet, hatter. W. Hemming, Thatch am, Berkshire, money-ecrivener. DANKRUPTCtES ENLARGED. H. Benattar, Howford buildings, Fenchurch street, raerchant, from Jan. S to .Jan. 24. W. Blizard, petersliam, Surrey,buteber, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. Some distressing accidents occurred by the upsetting of the Kingston mail- coach, on going round a turn in the road near Knightsford bridge. There were one inside and four outside passengers; behind the coach sat two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. The attack of -out under which the King is at present suffering has, we regret to say, proved much more severe than usual. The favourite rides in the vicinity of Virginia. Water have not been bonoured by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesdaly, August 4. W7lil11au, dug. 1.-The King has been pleased to appoint William Gregson, Esq. to be Writer of the London Gazette, in the room of Stephen Rolleston, Esq. deceased. INSOLVENTS. R. English, Bath, cabinet Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARLOW, Richard (d.1420/1), of London.

    MARLOW, Richard (d.1420/1), of London. Constituency Dates London 1399 London 1411 London Apr. 1414 London Mar. 1416 Ofifces Held Constable of the Staple of Westminster 3 July 1397-1401. Ofifces Held Auditor, London 21 Sept. 1397-8; alderman, Queenhithe Ward by

    CHICHELE, Robert (d.1439), of London.

    CHICHELE, Robert (d.1439), of London. Constituency Dates London Apr. 1414 London 1415 Ofifces Held Sheriff, London and Mdx. Mich. 1402-3. Ofifces Held Alderman, Aldgate Ward by 13 Oct. 1402-aft. 28 June 1407, Vintry Ward by 1 Nov. 1407-5 Dec.

    FRANCIS, Sir Adam (d.1417), of London and Edmonton, Mdx.

    FRANCIS, Sir Adam (d.1417), of London and Edmonton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Middlesex Nov. 1380 Middlesex Oct. 1382 Middlesex 1385 Middlesex 1386 Middlesex Feb 1388 Middlesex Nov. 1390 Middlesex Sept. 1397 Middlesex 1411 Ofifces Held Commr. to suppress the insurgents

    VANNER, Henry (d.1395), of London.

    VANNER, Henry (d.1395), of London. Constituency Dates London Oct. 1383 London Sept. 1388 Ofifces Held Common councillor, Vintners’ Mystery 9 Aug. 1376, Oct. 1381-2; auditor, London 21 Sept. 1381-2, 1387-8; alderman, Queenhithe Ward 12 Mar. 1383-4, Cordwainer Ward 1384-5,

    BYNG, George (1764-1847), of Wrotham Park and 5 St. James's Square, Mdx.

    BYNG, George (1764-1847), of Wrotham Park and 5 St. James's Square, Mdx. Constituency Dates Newport IoW 28 Jan. 1790 1790 Middlesex 1790 10 Jan. 1847 Ofifces Held Capt. commdt. S. Mimms and Hadley vol. inf. 1803. Biography The Whig

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    John Bourn, John Richmond, Theft, 14/05/1719

    John Bourn and John Richmond , were indicted for feloniously stealing an Iron Anchor value 15 s. the Goods of Thomas Flanders , on the 7th of April last. It appeared that the Prosecutor lost his Anchor out of

    James Brown, Theft, 28/08/1741

    64. James Brown was indicted for breaking and entering the house of John Bennil , about 12 at night, and stealing 2 brass pots, 2 pewter dishes, 4 plates, and 3 pewter spoons, the goods of the said Bennil

    David Spence, John Carlow, Theft, 17/10/1764

    552, 553. (M.) David Spence and John Carlow , were indicted for stealing 50 yards of woollen cloth, value 10 l. and 40 yards of stuff, called long-ell, value 3 l. the property of Joseph Crane the elder, and

    Edward Wood, Theft, 07/09/1768

    529. (M.) Edward Wood was indicted for stealing four pieces of white callico, value 3 l. 8 s. the property of Charles Napper , July 24 . ++ Richard Bowering . Mr. Charles Napper is a linen printer at


    157. JOSEPH BRIGGS , WILLIAM GOLDSMITH , JAMES JERVAIS and JAMES HOY were indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of John Smith , on the 10th of January , about the hour of seven in the night,


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