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Old and New London: Volume 1
(continued). Fountain Court and the Temple FountainRuth PinchL. E. L.'s ... as to write about the Temple without mentioning the little fountain in Fountain ... now, however, of notice, for has it...
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 3, the History of the City and County of Norwich, Part I
and a monogram or cipher, NORDWIC. on the reverse; 6 this King, on making peace ... Fountain. Tab. 1. No. 9. Tab. 11. No. 5. This coin is mentioned in Thoresby's ... Mss. Coll. Mri. Watts Senescalli Civitatis,...
Old and New London: Volume 4
of Whitehall Palace, it was resolved to make a broader street to the Abbey, ... elegies, and poems, with the pens that wrote them, were thrown ... with the pomp and magnificence of a king. It would tax the...
A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 10, Hackney
pen making, Fountain P.H., Fountayne Rd., Four Per Cent Industrial ... see Brooksbank Street artificial flower making, artists' colour making ... and shoe...
Old and New London: Volume 3
fountain called Clement's Well." It is stated by Dugdale to have been an Inn ... has been demolished to make room for the New Law Courts. Our readers will scarcely need ... adventures the pen of...
Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 40, 1733
such addition as the Assembly of Jamaica should think fit to make to his salary. ... to former letter relating to Assembly's refusal to make him an adequate ... are being clandestinely detained from him. Orders...
Old and New London: Volume 5
plants, and fine neat greens, which makes it pleasant all the year. ... The gardens, it may be added, are still sufficiently rural to make a home ... parts cut away to make room for them." With...
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10, January-June 1536
and praised the Emperor, saying that he would do as much as he could to make ... My fellow Tyrell, if you have received the money of Mr. Secretary, make haste. If not, show him I cannot make shift...
Grey's Debates of the House of Commons: Volume 6
he complains. His Father, his Counsel, pen, ink, and paper are kept from him, ... Colonel Titus.] I would make it "Felony, after having taken the Oaths ... your Order so fully, that the Committee may have power...