Called piazzas, they come in all sizes, from the simplest structures to very grand mansions.These houses are known as Charleston "single houses."Many tour guides in the city would have you believe that the houses are one single room wide because Charlestonians were originally taxed on the frontage; however, there is nothing in the tax records of the day to support that theory.
Since then, she has been with the News Corp's Australian division as a substitute anchor and panelist on various news programs for Network Ten.
It was 12 feet high and ran from where the Circular Congregational Church is today (the corner of Cumberland and Meeting Streets) to where the Nathaniel Russell House is today (below the corner of Tradd and Meeting Streets), to where High Battery is today (where East Bay transforms itself into East Battery), and back up to where the U. Customs House is today (the corner of Market and East Bay Streets).
You will find markers at each location denoting what bastions they are, and the names are those of four of the Lords Proprietors.north and south boundaries of the wall: the Cooper River on the east side, and the only way out was a drawbridge at the corner of Broad and Meeting where the "Four Corners of Law" are today. If you lived outside the wall, you had to walk all around the city and then through the city simply to get to your next door neighbor's house, so eventually it had to be torn down, mainly because it was in the way.
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From 2011 to September 2016, she served as anchor and reporter for Fox News Channel (FNC) based in New York City.