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" ... feet to be measured forth right into the north of every man's ground ; a line there to be drawn, a trench to be cast, a foundation laid, and a high brick wall to be built. My father had a garden there, and... "
London, by David Hughson - Página 13
por Edward Pugh - 1806
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Once a Week, Volumen3;Volumen16

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1867
...those of his neighbours, may be seen from Stow's narrative, who was one of the sufferers. " His house being finished, and having some reasonable plot of ground left for a garden, he [Cromwell] caused the pales of the gardens adjoining to the north part thereof on a sudden to be taken...
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London: Its Celebrated Characters and Remarkable Places, Volumen2

John Heneage Jesse - 1871
...finished," says Stow, " and having some reasonable plot of ground left for a garden, he (Cromwell) caused the pales of the gardens adjoining to the north part thereof on a sudden to be taken down—twenty-two feet to be measured forth right into the north of every man's ground—a line there...
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London: Its Celebrated Characters and Remarkable Places, Volumen2

John Heneage Jesse - 1871
...power of a royal favourite under the rule of the Tudors. " This house being finished," says Stow, " and having some reasonable plot of ground left for a garden, he (Cromwell) caused the pales of the gardens adjoining to the north part thereof on a sudden to be taken...
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Modern London; or, London as it is [by P. Cunningham]. [10 eds. Title varies].

Peter Cunningham - 1879
...Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, whose house and garden-ground they acquired by purchase of Henry VIII. to the north part thereof, on a sudden to be taken down; twenty-two reet to be measured forth right into the north of every man's ground; a line there to be drawn, a trench...
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury - 1880
...Chamberlain of England, &c. ;" and he then tells the following story respecting it : — "This house being finished, and having some reasonable plot of ground left for a garden, hee caused the pales of the gardens adjoining to the north parte thereof, on a sodaine, to bee taken...
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The Early History of the Guild of Merchant Taylors of the Fraternity of St ...

Charles Mathew Clode - 1888
...knight, lord privy seal, vicar-general, Earl of Essex, high chamberlain of England, Ac. This house being finished, and having some reasonable plot of...to be taken down ; twenty-two feet to be measured forth right into the north of every man's ground ; a line there to be drawn, a trench to be cast, a...
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Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate ..., Volumen2

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1889
...builded in the place of old and small tenements by Thomas Cromwell, master of the rolls &c. . . Thishouse being finished, and having some reasonable plot of...ground left for a garden, he caused the pales of the garden adjoining to the north part thereof on a sudden to be taken down, twenty-two foot to be measured...
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A Svrvay of London: Contayning the Originall, Antiquity, Increase, Moderne ...

John Stow - 1890 - 446 páginas
...knight, lord privy seal, vicar-general, Earl of Essex, high chamberlain of England, &c. This house being finished, and having some reasonable plot of...to be taken down ; twenty-two feet to be measured forth right into the north of every man's ground ; a line there to be drawn, a trench to be cast, a...
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Henry VIII and the English Monasteries

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1889 - 611 páginas
...in the place of old and small tenements by Thomas Cromwell, master of the rolls &c. . . This house being finished, and having some reasonable plot of...ground left for a garden, he caused the pales of the garden adjoining to the north part thereof on a sudden to be taken down, twenty-two foot to be measured...
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London, Past and Present: Its History, Associations, and Traditions, Volumen1

Henry Benjamin Wheatley - 1891
...Cromwell, Earl of Essex, whose house and garden ground they acquired by purchase of Henry VIII. This house being finished, and having some reasonable plot of ground left for a garden, he [Cromwell] caused the pales of the gardens adjoining to the north part thereof, on a sudden to be taken...
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