Books sold by Dorman Newman at the King s Arms in the Poultry

1507 | 12 BOOKS Sold by Dornan Newman , at the King's Arms in the Poultry . Fölió . T 3 He History of King Fohn , King Henry the Second , and the most Illustrious K. Edward the First wherein the ancient Soveraign Dominion of the Kings ...


Author: Dorman Newman


ISBN: BL:A0020722967

Category: Publishers' catalogs

Page: 16

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The King s Arms Set One Book 7

Iris Nunn. Sid and I have run the pub for ten years. We are landlords of the King's Arms. Well, he's the landlord. I'm the landlady. We have two. 6.


Author: Iris Nunn

Publisher: Gatehouse Books

ISBN: 9781842313039

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 14

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King Street is an integrated, structured phonics reading scheme for adult and teenage learners which can be used by trained teachers as well as volunteer and support staff. This carefully graded reading scheme provides opportunities for practice in all the underpinning skills necessary to produce a competent reader. Set One comprises 10 readers. Each book features one house on King Street and its inhabitants. The books are illustrated. They are very short and designed to be read in one session. Set One books have a word count below 100. Great care has been taken to ensure that they are largely phonetically regular. High frequency and irregular words are introduced gradually. Care has been taken to link, wherever possible, the vocabulary and sounds introduced to the recommended structure of the literacy strategy. Because of the adult nature of the books, there is inevitably some vocabulary linked to adult learners' life experiences.

New York Night

New York's earliest imitation, the King's Arms, began as a tavern on the west side of Broadway in 1696.* Later it began serving coffee—along with food and drink—in green-curtained booths in the barroom. Having ordered, patrons could sit ...


Author: Mark Caldwell

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743274784

Category: History

Page: 416

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Who among us cannot testify to the possibilities of the night? To the mysterious, shadowed intersections of music, smoke, money, alcohol, desire, and dream? The hours between dusk and dawn are when we are most urgently free, when high meets low, when tongues wag, when wallets loosen, when uptown, downtown, rich, poor, black, white, gay, straight, male, and female so often chance upon one another. Night is when we are more likely to carouse, fornicate, fall in love, murder, or ourselves fall prey. And if there is one place where the grandness, danger, and enchantment of night have been lived more than anywhere else -- lived in fact for over 350 years -- it is, of course, New York City. From glittering opulence to sordid violence, from sweetest romance to grinding lust, critic and historian Mark Caldwell chronicles, with both intimate detail and epic sweep, the story of New York nightlife from 1643 to the present, featuring the famous, the notorious, and the unknown who have long walked the city's streets and lived its history. New York Night ranges from the leafy forests at Manhattan's tip, where Indians and Europeans first met, to the candlelit taverns of old New Amsterdam, to the theaters, brothels, and saloon prizefights of the Civil War era, to the lavish entertainments of the Gilded Age, to the speakeasies and nightclubs of the century past, and even to the strip clubs and glamour restaurants of today. We see madams and boxers, murderers and drunks, soldiers, singers, layabouts, and thieves. We see the swaggering "Sporting Men,"the fearless slatterns, the socially prominent rakes, the chorus girls, the impresarios, the gangsters, the club hoppers, and the dead. We see none other than the great Charles Dickens himself taken to a tavern of outrageous repute and be so shocked by what he witnesses that he must be helped to the door. We see human beings making their nighttime bet with New York City. Some of these stories are tragic, some comic, but all paint a resilient metropolis of the night. In New York, uniquely among the world's great cities, the hours of darkness have always brought opposites together, with results both creative and violent. This is a book that is filled with intrigue, crime, sex, violence, music, dance, and the blur of neon-lit crowds along ribbons of pavement. Technology, too, figures in the drama, with such inventions as gas and electric light, photography, rapid transit, and the scratchy magic of radio appearing one by one to collaborate in a nocturnal world of inexhaustible variety and excitement. New York Night will delight history buffs, New Yorkers in love with their home, and anyone who wants to see how human nocturnal behavior has changed and not changed as the world's greatest city has come into being. New York Night is a spellbinding social history of the day's dark hours, when work ends, secrets reveal themselves, and the unimaginable becomes real.


all bowed their heads as they saw their king and queen kiss. Lavanya pulled away. 'There's someone I want you to meet.' She nodded to one of the maids from the side of the bed, who appeared to carry in her arms the wrapped up bundle of ...


Author: S.Green

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1468579495

Category: Fiction

Page: 764

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'I AM KING!' 'MAJESTY I KNOW NOT WHO I FEAR THE MOST, THEM OR YOU.' Loveable tyrant and handsome rogue, Courtians King Rapheaus Nolitus is deemed the most powerful and wealthiest monarch in the medieval world of elite knights and chivalry. Feared and loathed by his enemies, he is a great strategist demanding loyalty and respect. Cast into a web of the deepest darkest deception by those who surround him and influence his decisions to safeguard their power, he then meets the seductive Lavanya, an undescribable beauty of no noble birth who reluctantly enters the kings domain. Desire lust and erotic passion ensue but her past soon catches up with her and she fears for her life. Will the king protect her or cast her aside? Thrown into a world of betrayal they both must fight to defend themselves but they must first decide if they can trust each other. Wars are fought on brutal battlefields filled with bloodshed and treachery. Knights defend what is morally right and honourable but their allegiance is soon bought into question. Who amongst them will stand by their convictions? Will the kings obsession and tyrannical rule win hearts or test obedience? Only one person can uncover the cruel twist of truth in the end but it is the king who must have the courage to decide their fate. Conspiracy, greed and treason leads to, 'NO MERCY!'

Report of the Royal Commission Upon the Duties of the Metropolitan Police Together with Appendices

Towards the King's Arms or away from it ? - Towards the King's Arms . 22652. How did you come to be facing the opposite way from your prisoner ? —I handed the prisoner Callaghan over and I turned round to the crowd like this— ...


Author: Great Britain. Royal Commission on the Metropolitan Police


ISBN: MINN:31951002174573H

Category: Police


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Cobbett s Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period 1163 to the Present Time 1820

... King's Arms tavern , Corobill , bis majesty's subjects in the said province , co- June 7 , 1775 . ... for king , defender of the faith , & c . with force and • raising the sum of 1001. to be applied to the arms at London aforesaid ...


Author: Thomas Bayly Howell


ISBN: STANFORD:36105005706952

Category: Trials


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Favorite Meals from Williamsburg

Today Christiana Campbell's Tavern , the King's Arms Tavern , Chowning's Tavern , and Shields Tavern are operated much in the manner of those eighteenth - century hostelries . Chesapeake Bay jambalaya is a specialty at Christiana ...


Author: Charlotte Turgeon

Publisher: Colonial Williamsburg

ISBN: 0879350660

Category: Cooking

Page: 146

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Offers traditional and contemporary recipes

York Pubs

The Kings Arms pub is located on the edge of the River Ouse and has become nationally renowned in recent times for its propensity to flood when the river rises. The early seventeenth century building was constructed on the King's Staith ...


Author: Nathen Amin

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445644769

Category: Cooking

Page: 96

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York Pubs gives a unique and fascinating insight into some of York’s famous and infamous pubs, taverns and inns.