The original Picture of London, enlarged and improved. (Re-ed. by J. Britton). (Re-ed. by J. Britton).


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Página 465 - ... prosecutes, or be committed to the house of correction and kept to hard labour for any term not exceeding three calendar months, nor less than one.
Página 215 - To preserve testimony, when in danger of being lost, before the matter to which it relates can be made the subject of judicial investigation.
Página 295 - ... the British Museum Sion College the Bodleian Library at Oxford the Public Library at Cambridge the library of the Faculty of Advocates at Edinburgh, the libraries of the four universities of Scotland Trinity College Library and the King's Inns...
Página 398 - Heavens ! what a goodly prospect spreads around, Of hills, and dales, and woods, and lawns, and spires, And glittering towns, and gilded streams, till all The stretching landscape into smoke decays...
Página 246 - But she too soon learnt how fatal it is for any one in .a dependent situation to exceed the limits of their authority ; for her master, on his return, was enraged at finding that they had gone beyond his orders, renounced his engagement to his servant, and devoted his ample fortune to public charity.
Página 251 - City of London Truss Society, for the Relief of the Ruptured Poor, throughout the Kingdom, Grocers
Página 217 - The primary and original business of this court is to call the king's debtors to account, by bill filed by the attorney-general ; and to recover any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, any goods, chattels, or other profits or benefits belonging to the crown.
Página 341 - Fourth, for the, advancement of literature — by the publication of inedited remains of ancient literature, and of such works, as may be of great intrinsic value, but not of that popular character which usually claims the attention of publishers...
Página 286 - Society for the Support and Encouragement of Sunday Schools throughout the British Dominions.
Página 182 - Arcadius), found here in 1777, that the Romans had a fort on this spot. The tower is governed by the Constable of the Tower, who at coronations and other state ceremonies has the custody of the regalia. The principal entrance is on the west, and is wide enough to admit a carriage.

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