2 edition of history of the ancient and present state of Sion-College near Cripplegate, London found in the catalog.
history of the ancient and present state of Sion-College near Cripplegate, London
With: Sion College. Library. Bibliothecæ cleri londinensis in Collegio Sionensi catalogus. Londini : Typis J. Watts, 1724. Issued together.
|Contributions||Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Z7755 .L72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||ca 14000253|
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Archive W. Reading, The History of the Ancient and Present State of Sion-College near Cripplegate, London; and of the London-Clergy's Library there (J Society for Photographing Relics of Old London ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article. History.—The name London is commonly thought to have been derived from the Celtic words llyn and din or dinas; the former signifying "a lake," the latter signifying originally "a fort" or a "fortified place," and supposed to he the etymon of the Roman word dunum, the Saxon don or ton, and the English town.
Sion College is chartered as a college, guild of London parochial clergy, almshouse and library, under the will of Thomas White, vicar of St Dunstan-in-the-West. 31 January: Rebuilt St Katharine London book church consecrated by William Laud, Bishop of London.
Domesday book contains no notice of London, owing, it is supposed, to a separate survey having been made of it, which is now lost; but it mentions, as part of the suburbs, a vineyard in Holborn, in the possession of the crown, and ten acres of land, near Bishopsgate, belonging to the Dean and Chapter of St.
Paul's: the latter is the present. Petty France, a large Place, and generally well built. And into this Place is a Passage from Bethlem Street, through Round Court; the West end comes into Moorfields by the Postern Gate: and the East end runneth up to St.
Buttolph's Churchyard which fronts one side of it; the other side being a row of nine Alms Houses, of which five belong to Dulwich College; and each House hath four poor Women. CXIX. THE ALMSHOUSES AT SION COLLEGE.
These were founded by Dr. Thomas White, Vicar of St. Dunstan's in the West, and one of the Canons Residentiary of St. Paul's Church. The College is situate at London Wall, near Cripplegate, and occupies the site of Elsyngspitell Hospital, adjoining to St. Alphage Church. The Almshouses consist of For the Description of the Alleys and Courts in this Street, I shall begin on the South Side, next to St.
Martin's Lane; and the first is Angel Alley, which, with a long and narrow Passage, leadeth into Rose-street, a Place of ordinary Building, and as ill inhabited.
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TQ NW VICTORIA EMBANKMENT, EC4 13/ Sion College and attached railings (Formerly listed as Sion College) II GV. Unlike the street names of Greater London, which have been conferred as the districts grew up around the ancient city, the names of the streets within “the square mile” have, as the Rev.
Loftie expresses it, “grown of themselves,” and by solving the riddle of the name of the street, you have the history of the spot before you and. The ancient stalls are covered with Gothic acute arches, supported by small iron pillars, and are painted purple; but what is most worthy of observation, is an ancient portrait near the pulpit, of Richard II.
sitting in a gilt chair, dressed in a green vest flowered with gold, with gold shoes powdered with pearls. The above Ancient of the famous Cities was near the beginning the ancient extent London and Westminpart of the Reign of Queen Cities of the early Elizabeth.
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The history of London between A.D. and the Norman Conquest is the history of England. How the City fell into the hands of the Danes, how it was finally secured by Alfred, how the Danes again obtained the City without fighting, and how the Norman was received in peace, belong to history.
All this time London was steadily growing. Bishopsgate, along, to ; through Cripplegate and to Aldersgate; and through, by Newgate and Ludgate, to the Thames.
In this street stands [extra_illustrations], built on the site of the Priory of Elsing Spital. Elsing was a London mercer, who, about, founded an hospital for blind men on the site of a decayed nunnery.
Sion College, what it is and doth. A Vindication of that Society against Surges Two Pamphlets, l. A Vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel in and about London from the unjust aspersions cast upon their former actings for the Parliament as if they promoted the.
Sion College, adjoining to St. Alphage’s church, London Wall, was founded for the improvement of the London clergy, and situated upon the ruins of Elsing Spital, which consisted of a college for a warden, four priests and two clerks, and an hospital for an hundred old, blind and poor persons of both sexes.
This college owes its foundation to Dr. Thomas White, Vicar of St. Dunstan’s in the. The public buildings in this ward are Sion College, Barber-Surgeons' Hall, Plasterers' Hall, Brewers' Hall, Curriers' Hall, the churches of St.
Mary Aldermanbury, St. Alphege, St. Alban, Wood Street, and St. Giles, Cripplegate. Sion College is situated against London Wall, a little to the eastward of Cripplegate, where anciently stood a nunnery. The present text of The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates possesses special interest for the student of Milton’s system of orthography.
It is a copy of the actual spelling of the first edition, collated with the second edition, and including the numerous additions made in the new issue of the pamphlet in.
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