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A New History of London Including Westminster and Southwark
Book 2, Ch. 24 Lime Street Ward CHAP. XXIV. Lime-street-ward. Boundaries. Lime-street, which gives name to this ward, is supposed by Stow to derive its name from the making or selling of ...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, Addenda, 1566-79
for burning lime at Hurst castle; also for divers emptions and works made there, ... Cornet, 27 July 1564, and estimate of the remainder of chalk and lime at Hurst castle, and of implements left...
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 16, 1540-1541
of lime, brick, and earth into the Exchequer for making and repairing ... there, at 1 d. the load (10 names); carrying lime and sand out of the Park
Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead
to Skinner-burn, which is the west boundary of the corporation of Newcastle; ... Skinner-burn, are, the Northumberland Flint Glass-house, a flour steam-mill, ... of the bank, are very neatly built. Near the river...
A Dictionary of London
Katherine's" was issued 1649-72 (Burn, p. 95). "Great Garden" (P.C. 1732, ... out of Camomile Street. In Lime Street Ward (O. and M. 1677-Boyle, 1799). So named
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the Town of Stamford
the Earl of Exeter's quarrying and lime-burning interests at Wothorpe
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22, 1708
Our coals are all gone and if we had money I cannot work without lime. Please speak to our Ambassador that some coals may be sent forthwith to burn lime ... the works will cost. The lime...
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 14 Part 2, August-December 1539
of stones for the same foundation, 15 at 8 d.; lime burners burning of lime at Bullen Well, 3 at 9 d. and 8 at 6 d.; slakers of lime, 6 at 6 d.; water ... of chalk from Chaulkwell...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1601-3 With Addenda 1547-65
and a man child, born of the said Perotyne whilst she was burning, was taken ... on the fortifications, lead, lime, timber, &c., which cannot be had in the isle; also