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You searched for: Place: "Back Street", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hitchin Priory church and charities

    Toleration Act many places were certified for worship for various dissenting sects. 52 An Independent chapel was built in Back Street in 1690 , 53 which is now represented by one in Queen Street . The Baptists began to meet

    Parishes Thundridge

    as Back Street . The main road is said to have run along here before it was diverted to its present route, this new part of it being still known as New Road . 3 In Back Street is the

    Calne The town to c. 1800 Calne the Town in 1828

    in the 18th century and Back Street in the19th. 99 In the late 19th century the name Church Street was applied also to the south part of the road, and the name Back Street went out of use. 1 At

    Newnham Introduction Newnham 1969

    of them may have been Back Street , linking Newnham Pill with the east end of Passage Lane, and continued southwards and westwards to the church by Church Street ; 89 by 1968 Back Street and Church Street were called

    Parishes West Camel

    older farms and cottages still reflecting this position. Roughly parallel, on the southern side of the Cam , is Back Street , having two old established farm-houses 11 at its western end and more modern development to the east. These

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Engage-T WVostot in Warehouse; can assist at couster if required. Five- - yars' experience anid references-Address, P. B., 2, Back Street, Bt StCrops, Winchester, Hants. 054 r JOUTHl.-O-ituations Wanted, as single-handed Footman umeder a .Butler. Ago 16-Apply, Edwin Clarke, Brampton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Ileliringer. Hil Top. o5041 Do CUGAR and Flonur Bag Hands Wanted. -Good price given. SC Simpsion and Co,. Back Street, Nottingham. c,2i1l 1, rVAILlOREdS Wanted, for Utoatmaking,-Apply, 2, 13 Cou-6, A Hollldoy Street, GeeStreet,Brood Street. 0217 T5AIL0REBS Wanted, used Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    513, Daily Peel WXANTEID, a steady Young MAN, used to the Close Plating V T Trade-Apply at No, 2, Back Street. 581 'TO PORK BUTCHERS.-WANTID, hnmmedlately an ex. kporieneod SLAUGHTERM& N, steady end siaise-Apply,-Thi Day Moneday), at~l, Parade. 157 AOMMERCIAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F.Cab or a Gig; a Set of SIAENE6SS, nearly unew, Whlitarchapel TRAP', said a )OG CA-MT-Apply, Sota 1iaise tan, Back Street. [c2651 O AT avery hamldorie Bay 1PONY, 13 hsands, four years F ol ,vry astTrotter.-Apply, .7SumrLae cR130 AHandsome Gray Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above that age.-Address, G03, Daily Foot, c2&53 1~ANTED, a PIANIST, Three Nighte every Week.-Applv at V the Slea Homse, Back Street, St. Bartholomeow's. c3O2O 17ANTED, a GENTLEMAN, to SolicitOrdere for Wince, Spirito, TVAles, btoat, &c.-Apply, 43, Meriden Street. 24 "ANTED, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, April 1687, 21-30, 21 April 1687-30 April 1687

    Ruston: a foulsted in that of the heirs of William Jackson, deceased, [all ] situated in the street called Back Street: a wall 18 yards long by yard broad in the tenure of Richard Johnson. The abovesaid new encroachments on

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