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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Newington Protestant nonconformity

    Life , 161-2. CONGREGATIONALISTS. Abney chapel, 87 traditionally dating foundation to 1662, originated in mtgs. after Declaration of Indulgence, 1672. Mtg. ho. on N. side Church Street demol. c . 1700 to make way for Abney Ho . 88 Replaced

    Stoke Newington Social and cultural activities

    and a young men's guild at the Presbyterian chapel in the 1880s ; 67 the Abney brotherhood was founded in 1907 . 68 When Abney chapel was built in 1838 the old Congregational chapel on the north side of Church

    Stoke Newington Growth: Church Street Stoke Newington : Church Street c. 1848

    end of Church Street , a three-storeyed square one lying back from the street west of Abney House 82 and Compton House opposite Abney House by 1814 . 83 Thomas Rigby built four cottages on the south side of Church

    Parishes Weddington

    Inst. Bks. (P.R.O.). Gamekeepers' Deputations ( 1758 ), Shire Hall , Warwick . Nichols, Leics . iii, 1032 (pedigree of Abney , n. 23), 1146 (pedigree of Bracebridge ). Ibid.; Gamekeepers' Depns. ( 1804 ). Lewis , Topog. Dict .;

    Stoke Newington Manor

    Thomas Abney (d. 1722), lord mayor of London and a founder of the Bank of England , who obtained a new lease in 1701 . 42 Leases for lives were renewed in 1730 , 1732, and 1738. 43 Mary Abney

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Wil- 7iam Jones, Saer Men, Braich, a hargaret Williams, Pen- craig-y ddMa o Lauddeiniolen. Ar yr 21ain, yn nghapel Abney, Mossley, gan y Parch. Edward Minton, yn. cael ei gynorthwyo gan y Parch. John i Hughes, Everton, Liverpool, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Inefodd."2 .Cihwith fyddenym- msei lythytau dyd-! orol-arryGenhadaeth. Clad wd ef y-l1eg o' r. mig liwn !gF gjydi -thywyfsogion-Israel. yn. Abney Parik,.gan dyrfa barciis a`JiQ'sog- Dia' 3bycdd,-enmw Williaitt llis, nidl ynutig y' wlad hnon.id-mewn gw-ledydd &&iill, i't rezD~arty'soedd M& M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    filoedd glywred na cbint y fraint hprso mwry. Bo Mr. Roberts farwv Awst laf, a ohymerodd ei gladdedigaeth l ddydd sMawrth yn Abney Parkr. tI D r 1 i, a ,1 D i F ,i r a D e - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODION O'T BIFIDDINAS. (ODDImWanIT EIXN Go0rEBYDD NEILLDUOL). "I3YWYD CRIST'" GAN'Y CY N' l AURRAR. ln o'r wythliosana diweddar cyhoeddod-l 'fri. Cassell, Petter, Galpin, &Cs, , argrniiad shad o ` Tile Life of Chnri " gan Dr IFarrar. Y mae'n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwener diweddaf, claddwyd gweddillion d marwol Mrs. Simner, gwraig y Cymro twymngalon a 'r chenedIgarol Mr. Abel Simner, yn mynwent Abney a Park. Dilynid yr elor gan Mr. Simner a'i blant n Miss Simner, Cadben a Mrs. Benjamin Simner, Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 April 1695, 18 April 1695

    that ftould " fliew any Kindnefs to the City." " Sir Edw'd Clarke, " Sir Rich'd Levett, " Sir Tho. Abney, " Say, They were told, That my Lord had been •< ferviceable to the City, in flopping the Aft Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1742, 14 January 1743

    Chief and fubferibed the Oath of Abjuration, purfuant to the Baron of the Court of Exchequer and Mr. Baron Statutes. Abney, with the ufual Directions, according to the Standing Order. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Earl of Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1743, 9 February 1744

    faid Petition be, and is hereby, referred to the Lord Chief BarOn of the Court of Exchequer and Mr, Juftice Abney; with the ufual Directions, according to the Standing Or¬ der. Upon reading the Petition of William Parry of theory Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1744, 1 May 1744

    It was Refolved in the Affirmative. Kc!iith A Meffage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Amendments Mr. JufKce Abney and Mr. Baron Clark: To acquaint them, that the Lords have agreed to the faid Bill, with fome Amendments; Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1744, 18 December 1744

    faid Petition be, and is hereby, referred to the Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer and Mr. Juftice Abney; who are forthwith to fummon all Parties con¬ cerned in the Bill; and, after hearing them, are to re¬ Subscribers-only content

 

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