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A survey of London - Page 87
by John Stow - 1842
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London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 2

David Hughson - London (England) - 1805
...his reign, 1 259, at the request of his brother Richard, carl of Cornwall, and king of the Romans, granted, " that all and singular the merchants, having a house in the city of London, commonly called GuildaAula Teutonifontm , should be • be maintained and upholden through the whole realm, by all...
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London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 2

David Hughson - London (England) - 1805
...of his reign, 1259, at the request of his brother Richard, earl of Cornwall, and king of the Komanx, granted, " that all and singular the merchants, having a house in the city of London, commonly called GitildaAula Teutonicorunt , should be maintained and upholden through the whole realm, by all such...
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The ancient remains, antiquities, and recent improvements of the ..., Volume 2

Henry Thomas (antiquarian.) - 1830
...of his reign, 1259, at the request of his brother Richard earl of Cornwall, and king of the Romans, granted, "that all and singular the merchants having a house in the city of London, commonly called GuililaAula Teutonicorum, should be maintained and upholden through the whole realm, by all such freedom...
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The Ancient Remains, Antiquities, and Recent Imporvements, of the ..., Volume 2

Henry Thomas - London (England) - 1830
...of his reign, 1259, at the request of his brother Richard earl of Cornwall, and king of the Romans, granted, "<that all and singular the merchants having a house in the city of London, commonly called Gv.ildu.Aula Teutonicorum, should be maintained and upholden through the whole realm, by all such freedom...
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A history of the life of Edward the black prince, Volume 1

George Payne R. James, Edward (prince of Wales) - 1836
...merchants, in the yiere 1259, Henry the Third, at the request of his brother Richard, Earle of Cornwall, King of Almaine, granted that all and singular the...house in the city of London, commonly called Guilda aula Theutonicorum, should be maintained and upholden through the whole realrne, by all such freedoms,...
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The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and ..., Volume 3

Thomas Allen - London (England) - 1839
...the 44th year of his reign, at the request of his brother Richard, earl of Cornwall, king of Almain, granted, that all and singular the merchants, having...house in the city of London, commonly called Guilda Aula Teutonicomm, should be maintained and upholden through the whole realm, by all such freedom, and...
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The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and ..., Volume 3

Thomas Allen - London (England) - 1839
...the 44th year of his reign, at the request of his brother Richard, earl of Cornwall, king of Almain, granted, that all and singular the merchants, having...house in the city of London, commonly called Guilda Aitla Teutonicortim, should be maintained and upholden through the whole realm, by all such freedom,...
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A Survey of London

John Stow - London (England) - 1842 - 222 pages
...Next to this lane, on the east, is the Steelyard, as they term it, a place for merchants of Ahnaine, that used to bring hither as well wheat, rye, and other grain, as cables, ropes, masts, piteh, tar, flax, hemp, linen cloth, wainscots, wax, steel, and other profitable merchandises. Unto...
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The History of the Town of Gravesend in the County of Kent, and of the Port ...

Robert Peirce Cruden - Gravesend (England) - 1843 - 569 pages
...the east side in Thames-street, is the Steel-yard, as they term it, a place for merchants of Almaine, that used to bring hither, as well wheat, rye, and...cables, ropes, masts, pitch, tar, flax, hemp, linen cloths, wainscots, wax, steel, and other profitable merchandizes." — Stom'i Surrey of London, Dowgate...
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Theologo-historicus, Or the True Life of the Most Reverend Divine, and ...

John Barnard - 1849
...Easterlings), used to bring hither yearly great quantities of wheat, rye, and other grain, as also cables, ropes, masts, pitch, tar, flax, hemp, linen...wainscots, wax, steel, and other profitable merchandises, for the use of this kingdom. For their encouragement wherein they were amply privileged, exempt from...
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