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The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11
Canterbury Silk and other manufactures Silk and other manufactures ... to the trade of this kingdom, by the communication of the paper, silk, woollen, ... of the kingdom. 3 Those who were weavers...
Old and New London: Volume 2
London Bridge CHAPTER II. LONDON BRIDGE. "Old Moll"Legend of John ... about London BridgeAverage Number of Passengers over the Bridge ... so many historical events have happened, as on Old London...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
Warter - Warwick-Bridge Warter (St. James) WARTER ( St. James), ... bank of the Eden, which is crossed by a bridge of four arches, near ... The entrance from Banbury is strikingly picturesque: a handsome stone...
Cardiff Records: Volume 1
velet p ice x s. It'm ij copes of redde silke embrodryd golde [and] a cope of redde velet, iij s. iiij d. It'm one cope of redde silke borderyd redde velet p ice v s. It'm a cope of bliwe silke...
July 1643: An Ordinance for the speedy Rising and Leavying of Moneys, set by way of Charge or new Impost, on the severall Commodities mentioned in the Schedule hereunto annexed; Aswell for the better securing of Trade, as for the maintenance of the Forces raised for the Defence of the King and Parliament, both by Sea and Land, as for and towards the Payment of the Debts of the Common-wealth, for which the Publique Faith is, or shall be given.
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660
of Bridges silk, containing sixteen ounces, two shillings. For every pound ... pence. Jtem, for every pound of Pepper, two pence. WROUGHT SILKES IMPORTED, ... Silke, halfe Thred...
Charles II, 1660: A Subsidy granted to the King of Tonnage and Poundage and other summes of Money payable upon Merchandize Exported and Imported.
Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, 1628-80
yards vj li. broade the single peece not above xv yards vij li. of Silke the yard vid. Silk. Bookes unbound the basket or maund cont. eight bales ... groce cont. xij small groce j li. of silke the...
Middlesex County Records: Volume 3, 1625-67
Midd. in the night of the said day, William Tayler alias Bridges and Simon ... in the Thames betweene Chertsey Bridge and Sheperton nine severall persons ... off a cushion-cloth wrought with gold silke...
The Medieval Records of A London City Church St Mary At Hill, 1420-1559
curtens of Red sarsynet and whight, panyd...
Middlesex County Records: Volume 1, 1550-1603
shillings and sixpence in money, of the chattels and moneys of Robert Bridges ... pounds, "a blacke velvett coate layde withe golde and silke lace lyned with tafita" worth . . . .; an "imbrodered garde of ...