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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 28 Statutes for preventing Fires.

    Statutes for preventing Fires. This Notice was published in Print; being dated at Guildhall , the 15th of October 1681 . Pursuant to this, at a Common Council, Sir John Moore Maior, November 16. 1681 . it was agreed,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Rotherhith.

    Rotherhith . Map of the Parish of S T Mary Rotherhith and in their Death not long divided. He departed this Life the 24th of Novemb. 1694 , in the 70th Year of his Age. She on the 9th

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Greenwich.

    Greenwich . GREENWICH . The next is Greenwich , a Town on the Bank of the River Thames . H ERE the Kings of this Land had a fair Palace, and Park on a Hill adjoining to it: Part

    Book 1, Chapter 8 Locks, Wears and Mills.

    Locks, Wears and Mills. ges inserted in prejudice of the Admiral Jurisdiction, and in support of any other Pretence against the same, to be left out; or else to prohibit the Publishing and Sale of the said Book. And

    Book 1, Chapter 9 Locks, Wears and Mills.

    Locks, Wears and Mills. For as then, for want of Water, when they lay on Ground, they had no Help but by shutting of the said Locks, to send down some Flashes of Water, whereby to set them on

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    Editorial note EDITORIAL NOTE The University of London again places on record its indebtedness to the Oxfordshire County Council, the City of Oxford , which became part of the County under the Local Government Act, 1972 , and the

    Alien houses The priory of Lewisham

    Alien houses The priory of Lewisham 71. THE PRIORY OF LEWISHAM Elstrudis, countess of Flanders , with her sons Arnulf and Adelulf, on 11 September , 918, granted Lewisham , Greenwich , and Woolwich of her inheritance to the

    Yelford Introduction

    Yelford Introduction YELFORD YELFORD, one of Oxfordshire 's smallest rural parishes until it was included in 1932 in the civil parish of Hardwick-with-Yelford , 58 lies 3 miles (4.75 km.) south of Witney and 3 miles east of Bampton

    Parishes Purley

    Parishes Purley PURLEY Porlei (xi cent.); Purlai (xii cent.); Purle (xiv cent.); Purlew (xvi cent.). Purley Hall : Garden Front The parish of Purley lies to the west of Pangbourne and is bounded on its northern and eastern sides

    Romano-British remains Introduction

    Romano-British remains Introduction A . Introduction 1 To describe Roman Oxfordshire is like trying to describe only two or three rooms of a house, for the county division is quite arbitrary and has no unity or meaning of any

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, R

    Index Q, R Q. Quakers See Dissenters. Quarter Sessions Statute Page For preventing Delays of Proceedings. 5 & 6 W . & M. c . 11. 470 Certiorari in Term time grantable only upon Motion. 1. Ib . Recognizance

    British History Online

    July 1649 An Act of the Commons Assembled in Parliament, For setling the Militia of the Borough of Southwark, And Parishes adjacent, mentioned in the Weekly Bills of Mortality, on the South-side the River Thames in the County of

    Charles I - volume 532, Undated 1630, 01 January 1630-31 December 1630

    Charles 1 - volume 532 Undated 1630 Undated 1630 Collection of Admiralty orders and returns respecting the conservancy of the river Thames, its cleansing and rights of fishing and oyster getting on its banks and reaches in Essex and Subscribers-only content


    Fisheries Fisheries. IX. 4. Letter signed Edward Nicholas, by command of the King (Charles the Second), to the Lord Mayor, stating that the late King, in the year 1632, established a Society of Fishers, and that Philip, late Earl


    Thames Thames. I. 129. Letter from the Lords of the Council to the Lord Mayor. The River Thames, by reason of the number of weirs between the bridge (London Bridge) and Windsor had become choked and almost unnavigable. They

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TilE EXXM1XINE R.- lte nolN, J i. arD I 4 .1 q BONAPARn-ra. has relaxed his iImariLtoe'Decrees, or ralher' F.e has issue;d a new Decree. not abofiShing-, those of Berlin. and Miilan, bet upeniisg tbL ports 61' France and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii ,,-:THE EXAMINER. P. 0 - :~~ -' LOND3i.{, 4voE 16,.0 T.H BOURBQhfS IaIl the Frenh peope are going on in tie same way,-n4othing but trouble and heart-burnig oil all sides,-the Court evidently set at nought in coneqlqence o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE QUEEN. Monday was a great day for Addresses to the Queen. There were Addresses from thle following places and pub. lic bodies:- Shipwriats. Jedburrg. ittetrrpotitan. Abergavenny. Bristol, Mmle and Female. Newcaettle-under-Line. M onmouith. Calile, Wilts. St. Klatherirre's, Tower. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE~ FWOODS. 4 The contifiued rains have at length oceasioned reat in. couvehi6nce 4nd loss hi voriosopats ef the TiAfteY, as well s in tin'e metrepopi. and' environs. The-.itd at Stains his been torn tip. Windsor aind its neigh=bsuood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THRATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND. ff0-MO3RROW, Sepf: 2idd Svtil -be presented. (lIifkI time) a new Operatic Drama, in ie Acts,.called.GIL LAS- X at 17, g5, and 52.. To conclude with (end tissee) a' new MusicaI'arce, in Tovo'Acts; called Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRYDGES (BRUGGES), John (by 1470-1530), of London.

    BRYDGES (BRUGGES), John (by 1470-1530), of London. Constituency Dates London 1510 Ofifces Held Warden, Drapers’ Co. 1502-3, 1508-9, master 1514-15, 1521-2, 1527-8; auditor, London 1504-6, 1518-21, alderman 1510-d., sheriff 1513-14, mayor 1520-1; commr. subsidy 1512, 1514, 1523, 1524; j.p.

    CURTEYS, Thomas (by 1502-59), of London.

    CURTEYS, Thomas (by 1502-59), of London. Constituency Dates London 1547 Ofifces Held Warden, Pewterers’ Co. 1524-5, master 1538-40, 1545-7; auditor, London 1538-40, sheriff 1546-7, alderman 1551-d., mayor 1557-8. Biography Thomas Curteys was a pewterer who carried on his business

    STURGEON, John (by 1498-1570/71), of London.

    STURGEON, John (by 1498-1570/71), of London. Constituency Dates London 1542 London 1545 Hindon 1547 Ofifces Held Auditor, London 1537-8, 1542-4, bridgemaster 1547-8, chamberlain 1550-63; gov. Merchant Adventurers 1545, 1548-50. Biography John Sturgeon may have been related to two 15th-century

    COKAYN, Thomas (d.1440), of Cornwall.

    COKAYN, Thomas (d.1440), of Cornwall. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1420 Bodmin 1423 Lostwithiel 1426 Lostwithiel 1429 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Devon, Cornw. Dec. 1434 (q) (theft of merchandise at Plymouth), Essex, Mdx., Surr. Dec. 1438 (extortion by millers); weirs,

    COTERELL, John, of Wallingford, Berks.

    COTERELL, John, of Wallingford, Berks. Constituency Dates Wallingford Jan. 1390 Wallingford 1393 Wallingford 1394 Wallingford 1395 Wallingford Jan. 1397 Wallingford Sept. 1397 Wallingford 1410 Wallingford 1420 Wallingford May 1421 Ofifces Held Surveyor and controller of the royal works at


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