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Survey of London: Volume 16, St Martin-in-The-Fields I: Charing Cross
Nos. 60-64, Charing Cross and Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9, Spring Gardens ... GARDENS The sites of Nos. 6064, Charing Cross, were comprised in two ... Workehouse, heretofore a garden plott, on the West...
Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden
Estate from 1541 to 1627 Covent Garden was only a very small part ... Garden, at the Russells' London house on the north side of the Strand. ... When Russell, now Earl of Bedford, received a grant of Covent...
Dictionary of Traded Goods and Commodities, 1550-1820
Inventories (mid-period), Inventories (late). Garden pot OED suggests the term ... and once with SAUCERs. A late 'copper garden pot' [Inventories (1716)] valued at 10s fits ... (early), Inventories (mid-period),...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11
and cellars under them, adjoining to the west 'end of his great gardens ... Ridley's garden 2directly from Mr. Dean's gate, and to stop up the walk upon ... for Mr. Dean to the postern gate, and the ...
Survey of London: Volume 28, Brooke House, Hackney
by garden cultivation. The lower levels were remarkably devoid of finds ... The ditch had poorly defined edges and a long inward slope to a 6 foot berm
Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History)
noticeably turned inwards towards Grosvenor Square and away ... overlooking the park and their garden walls forming the Park Lane frontage
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 3, North East
and 13th-century work; the 12th-century work shows traces of an inward curvature ... have each an iron casement with an ornamental latch. The garden S. of the house
Survey of London: Volume 13, St Margaret, Westminster, Part II: Whitehall I
the Privy Garden from the Bowling Green, and northward so as to include ... is drawn to the western boundary wall of the Privy Garden which is shown ... just to the south of Pembroke House, within the borders of...
Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 3, 1735-1738
or any of the Northern countries. It pays duty inwards 5 s. 0 1220 d. per hundred and on exportation draws back 4 s. 5 d. A ship with 200 tons of rice pays inwards 1,010 ... of the Customs always keeping their key...
Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 2, 1572-1582
20 Eliz. Custody of a garden and meadows belonging to the manor ... inward joye and comfort to all such as beare no devotion to hir Majesty, ... be meanes used to contynew the inward troobles of...