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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 [St. Michael Pater noster.] Vintrie Ward.

    [ St. Michael Pater noster. ] Vintrie Ward . Mine uncunning taketh benignely, For Gods sake, and hearken what I say. Then follow in like Metre 23 staves, containing a perswasion from losing of time foolishly, in lust and

    Book 5, Chapter 28 [By-Laws] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [for Fishermen.]

    [By-Laws ] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [for Fishermen. ] the Mystery or Craft of a Fisherman, do shute, set, or draw any Draw-Net, at any time of the Year, before Sun-rising, or after Sun-setting, within the Bounds or Limits aforesaid,

    Book 2, Chapter 11 Candlewicke Street Ward.

    Candlewicke Street Ward . Places of Name in this Part of the Street, are Gully Hole, being a Passage to the Water- house, and so to the Thames Side, which lyeth open to the Wharfs as far as the

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Modern State.

    Downgate Ward . Modern State. appears by Letters I have seen (dated from thence) that that House was inhabited by them, and their Servants, long before, namely not far from the beginning of King Henry VIII . his Reign.

    Book 2, Chapter 11 Bridge Ward within. Fishmongers.

    Bridge Ward within. Fishmongers. Figures Anno 1555 , were new beautified and painted. But the Bible in King Henry 's Hand gave great Offence, and Commandment was given immediately that it should be put out, and so it was,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, Oi'FEESCES, t. On Thursday at lonn, a man in paising along Thaames-street, rear the Stee-yard, was crushed agaqnst the wall by the shmfis of a cari, and killed on the spwo. The body was kakle to the boue-home Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. NATIONALTMONtUSOENT OF SCOTLANDT.-The Bill for the erection .of this object has received the Royal assent. It is to be a /ee simile of tile Parthenon of Athens, with a place of worship for 3,000 persons, including his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. On Thursday, another of his Majesty's gun-brigs came up from Woolwich, through London-bridge, and moored off Messrs. Barclay's brewhouse, Bankside, to assist in the celebration of the opening of the new London-bridge, on Monday next. About Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.-7Thesdqy, Oct. 21. - ]B1 fANItRUTS. 3. Colling, Yarmouth, grocer. [Hindmarsh & Son, Crescent, Jewin st. J. Appleby, Newington Causeway, tuscan hat Manufacturer. [Faithful, King's road, Bedprd row. W. Richards, Oxford st. jeweller. [Wickeas, flatton garden. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. GUILDHALL. Robert Riley, a private in the Coldstream Guards, was charged with assault- ing Mrs Jones, landlady of the Old Swan Tavern, Snow hill. The prisoner went into the house with another soldier, and was going out without Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Confidence

    Lodge of Confidence (193) Lodge Details Named in: 1820 Serial Number: 1170 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1790 Warrant of Constitution: 15 Feb. 1790 Warrant of Confirmation: Warrant of Confirmation, 24 Feb. 1879. Year of Confirmation: 1879

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

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    Thomas Higgs, Theft, 13/10/1725

    Thomas Higgs , was indicted for stealing 50 lb. of Iron, val. 10 s. the Goods of Anthony Turney Esq ; and 150 lb. of Iron, the Goods of Persons unknown , the 14th of May . It appeared

    William Gill, Theft, 23/02/1715

    William Gill , of the Parish of Stepney , was indicted for stealing a Wherry Boat, value 40 s. the Goods of William Sackley , on the 17th instant. The Prosecutor swore, That having lost his Boat a Night

    Frances Doyle, Theft, 28/08/1723

    Elizabeth wife of Frances Doyle , of the Parish of St. Martin Orgars , was indicted for privately stealing a Silver Snuff-box, from the Person of William Wilson , the first of August last. The Prosecutor depos'd, That he


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