Round about London, by a fellow of the Society of antiquaries [W.J. Loftie]. (Google eBook)

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Page 91 - The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, valued in the king's books at £40.
Page 160 - Esq. The quinquennial valuation made at the end of 1875 enabled the Directors to declare a REDUCTION OF SIXTY PER CENT, upon the original premiums on all Policies in Class A for the five years ending with 1880. In Class B Policies have a reduction of Premium for the whole term of Life, which, in the cases of those effected in 1871, varies from 3$ per cent, to 24 per cent., according to the age of the Life Assured.
Page 14 - In fourteen hundred and none, Here was neither stick nor stone ; In fourteen hundred and three, The goodly building which you see.
Page 96 - The living is a vicarage in the gift of the Bishop of London. There is yet another interesting reminiscence attached to the church.
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Page 151 - Tregellas has the advantage of being perfectly familiar with his subject, and to local knowledge adds a keen appreciation of the requirements of tourists. The routes are so clearly laid down, that those who follow them need not fear that they will miss any feature of geological, antiquarian, commercial, or artistic interest.

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