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a large and important town

of, in, or belonging to a city

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Flat capt still in view, the Citties charge many knew: Long coated, at his side muckinder and inkhome tied.
22) John Hooker, Discription of the cittie of Excester, collected and gathered by Iohn Vowel alias Hooker, gentelman and chamberlain of the same cittie (London: John Allde, 1575).
lt;<The Order and Usage how to keep a Parlement in England in these days, collected by John Vowel alias Hooker gentleman, one of the Citizens for the Cittie of Exeter at the Parlement holden at Westminster Anno domine Elizabethae reginae decimoTertio.
caus[ed] them [the valiant] in tryu[m]phs, to ride throughout their Citties erecting Trophies, in memorie of their actions.
64) In late 1624 the Privy Council passed An Act about the Tower of London, ordering that "the Lorde Mayor [John Gore, Merchant Taylor] and comunaltie of the cittie of London .
1589 My master Alderman Aldwoorth, merchant of the cittie of Bristow, oweth 131.
James Cittie," as the Jamestown colonists called their settlement, is managed and interpreted by the National Park Service as part of Colonial National Historical Park on the eastern Virginia peninsula.
CITTIE OF YORK 22-23 High Holborn St, Holborn, WC1 (0171 242 7670) This public house offers a tasty and affordable a la carte menu, prices start at pounds 4 and main dishes include beef and ale pie and chicken with stilton and broccoli.
Jean Carl Harrington, Search [or the Cittie of Ralegh: Archeological Excavations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, North Carolina (Washington, D.
The king prescribed the role of the City in this welcome of his bride; a precept of 29 July 1662 issued by the Lord Mayor to the livery companies stated that the king 'expects such demonstrac[i]on of affection from this Cittie as hath bin vsuall vpon so greate & solempne occasione'.
the Cittie of new Ninivie, and Julius Caesar acted by the Mammets" (V.
JON: HIS PART OF King James his Royall and Magnificent Entertainement through his Honorably Cittie of London, Thur[Florin]eday the 15.
Fane's play begins with a description of "The Scene": "A picture of Diana with a Cressant under which in a scroule written in greate CANDY RESTORED under which in perspective a goodly fabrick or Cittie the Emblem of Concord Unitie and peace.
The Cittie of Yorke with its mock medieval hall is extraordinary.
The Cittie is in an uproare': Staging London in The Booke of Sir Thomas More".