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" No warning was given him, nor other answer, when he spake to the surveyors of that work, but that their master Sir Thomas commanded them so to do; no man durst go to argue the matter, but each man lost his land, and my father paid his whole rent, which... "
A survey of London - Page 68
by John Stow - 1842
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London, by David Hughson, Volume 3

Edward Pugh - 1806
...paid his whole rent, which was 6*. and &d. a year, for that half which was left. And so much of my own knowledge have I thought good to note, that the...some men causeth them to forget themselves.", The manner in which Stow's house was removed, exhibits very strikingly the mode of habitation belonging...
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London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 3

David Hughson - London (England) - 1806
...paid his whole rent, which was 6s. and 8rf. a year, for that half which was left. And so much of my own knowledge have I thought good to note, that the...of some men causeth them to forget themselves." The manner in which Stow's house was removed, exhibits very strikingly the mode of habitation belonging...
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Original Letters, Illustrative of English History: To 1571

Great Britain - 1827
...argue the matter, but each man lost his land, and my father paid his whole rent, which was vi*. viiid. the year for that half which was left. THUS MUCH OF...of some men, causeth them to forget themselves. The Com" Cardinal Pole in one or two Letters which are extant speaks of his mother's death. In one he notices...
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To 1571

Sir Henry Ellis - Great Britain - 1827
...lost his land, and my father paid his whole rent, -which was vi". viiid. the year for that halfxhich was left. THUs MUCH OF MINE OWN KNOWLEDGE have I thought...of some men, causeth them to forget themselves. The Com' Cardinal Pole in one or two Letters which are extant speaks of his mother's death. In one he notices...
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Original letters, illustrative of English history; with notes and ..., Volume 2

sir Henry Ellis - 1827
...argue the matter, but each man lost his land, and my father paid his whole rent, which was vi'. viiid. the year for that half which was left. THUs MUCH OF...OWN KNOWLEDGE have I thought good to note, that the sud. den rising of some men, causeth them to forget themselves. The Coms Cardinal Pole in one or two...
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The ancient remains, antiquities, and recent improvements of the ..., Volume 1

Henry Thomas (antiquarian.) - 1830
...,was six shillings and eight pence the yeere, for that halfe which was left." " Thus much of mine owne knowledge have I thought good to note, that the sudden...rising of some men causeth them to forget themselves." We learn two things from this anecdote : the one, of what hutlike dimensions must have been the habitations...
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National History and Views of London and Its Environs ..., Volumes 1-2

Charles Frederick Partington - London (England) - 1834
...rent, which was six shillings and eightpence a year for that half which was left. And so much of my own knowledge have I thought good to note, that the...rising of some men causeth them to forget themselves." ia a handsome receding portico of the pure Grecian Doric order of architecture, supporting an entablature...
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The Church History of Britain: From the Birth of Jesus Christ Until the Year ...

Thomas Fuller - Great Britain - 1837
...each man lost his land ; and my father paid his whole rent, which was six shillings and eight-pence the year, for that half which was left. Thus much...rising of some men causeth them to forget themselves.'" I am moved the rather to believe our author herein, because elsewhere he alloweth this lord his deserved...
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The Church history of Britain, Volume 2

Thomas Fuller - 1837
...each man lost his land ; and my father paid his whole rent, which was six shillings and eight-pence the year, for that half which was left. Thus much...rising of some men causeth them to forget themselves." I am moved the rather to believe our author herein, because elsewhere he alloweth this lord his deserved...
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National history and views of London with its environs, 2 vols

1837
...rent, which was six shillings and eightpence a year for that half which was left. And so much of my own knowledge have I thought good to note, that the...rising of some men causeth them to forget themselves." ís, a handsome receding portico of the pure Grecian Doric order of architecture, supporting an entablature...
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