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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient borough St. Leonard 's

    the 13th century. 3 Northgate Street , linking the east end of the bridge with the North Gate , Abbey Gate , running north-east from the west end of the bridge to St. Mary 's Abbey , and Wood Gate

    Major buildings Cathedral and close

    city walls and to the west a monastic wall pierced by the main gatehouse ( Abbey Gate ) and a lesser gateway (Little Abbey Gate ) to the north composed of a single fourcentred arch. A stone wall also surrounded

    Leisure and culture Plays, sports and customs before 1700

    was performed at the Cross for George Stanley , Lord Strange , in 1490 , 44 and at the Abbey Gate for Prince Arthur in 1498 , in the month of the feast of the Assumption ( 15 August ).

    The ancient borough Protestant Nonconformity

    centuries they formed the largest body of dissenters in the borough. In St. Leonard 's parish, the chapel in Abbey Gate was opened as a mission in 1882 . 26 There were once four chapels in All Saints' parish: Burgess

    Local government and public services Municipal buildings

    It stood on the site of the old shambles in the wide middle section of Northgate Street almost opposite Abbey Gate . 28 The architect is unknown. 29 The building, of brick with stone quoins and elevated on pillars, was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and galleries en..the'rigbt-hand-side of the platform (fremn Great George street, passingf in front of the Guildhall, ts beyond :the Abbey gate) were foig-.fiflhs empty :thcse in the middle (that is to say in the. gardens frontintg Sr. Margaret's churph) were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the two railways to Ipswich and Sud- bury, and by a tasteful arrangement the footway approach leads by the Abbey Gate, in the very middle of the town, through the Botanic Gardens and the Vineyard, where the Royal Horticultural Society's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G- tFOCEBY and Pruvisions.-Wanted, anAsiseant, oboist 20 accseetomed to both counters. God referen es required.- State full particuLears.-Grocr, 54, Abbey Gate, 'aclCester. $q844 GI OCERY and Provisiena-Improver Wanted, at once, wish G good refeer acm-Apply, Boison Road, Small E featst. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F G CRoaR.TadPoisoa-~td an Asgi~atnt about 2C, IT- accustoote toe both eceanters. oo references required.- 'm tatefull particulars-Grocer, 54, Abbey Gate, Leineeler. 04844 0 _,j~ aboncewihh !t. - - - _=___ _ ___ Sma _ Heth__1 9 IRCEOYan Povsins;-A X Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the time had met and feasted, and had chosen their chief or k-ing, they re- paired to the Abbey Gate, where (originally by the Prior of Tutbury, and later by the Earl of Devonshire, to whom the Priory had Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, May 1585, 01 May 1585-31 May 1585

    messenger that the King is glad of his [Wotton's ] coming, that his lodging in Kellough's house near the Abbey Gate was already prepared, that only Arran's wife, Lady Montrose, the Secretary, Sir Robert Melvill, Justice Clerk, and the Master Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1545, 26-30, 01 April 1545-30 April 1545

    Walker-lane. t. John Albertes, in St Martin ' s parish, ts. Wm. Berehurst, Robt. Owley and John Cliff, in Abbey Gate, ts. Geoff. Radford, Ric Scattergood, Thos. Laverock, Hen. Cauerley, John Slater. John Perrye, Thos. Browne, Robt. Johnson, John Wright,

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