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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Protestant nonconformity

    began meeting in Baker Street in 1687 and built the first nonconformist chapel in the parish in 1689 . 62 Quakers met from 1667 and later acquired a meeting-house on the eastern side of Baker Street ; their meetings ceased

    Enfield Education

    reading, writing, and needlework. 71 In 1787 a school for poor boys and girls was opened in premises in Baker Street which had once formed part of the Old Fighting Cock alehouse; the school, which was supported by voluntary subscriptions,

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    Baker Street in 1689 55 and houses extended on both sides of the road from the town north to New Lane by 1754 . 56 More houses were built in the later 18th century, including three in Baker Street in

    Stapenhill Protestant nonconformity

    Long Street in 1866 . It was replaced in 1914 by one at the corner of Short Street and Baker Street , which remained open in 1999 as Short Street Methodist church. 9 Latter Day Saints ' church, Spring Terrace

    Heston and Isleworth Syon House

    a richly embellished ceiling from the design of Monteroli; the work was carried out by Charles Smith of Upper Baker Street in 1863 -4. The only other notable development in modern times was the removal of a fine chimney-piece of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hono, ymblith pa ail y galivn , nodi an rhagorol o dda gpn y Mrl. Elliot & Fry, n Baker Street. n YR ARDDANGOSFA ANABTRIYDDOL. GYD- 1 GENEDLAETHOL, 2, - Yr wythano nenaf y mae yr arddangonfa uchod i gaol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ughapel Dinas, Llangefni, trwy drwydded, gan y Parch. J. Donne, Mr. J. Jones, Caergeiliog, a Miss E. Hunmphreys. Baker Street, Caergybi. JONES-JONES,-Ar y 4ydd cyfisol, yn liangefni, gan v Parch. J. Donne, Mr. D, R. Jones, Tynewydd, a Miss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frawdoliaeth ac eraill yn dra diolchgae iddo. DABLITH GAN GARMONYDD,-NOS Wener, yggi~n a Wr un eglwys, cnd yn nghapel Baker Street, ar y X testyn "Williams, Pantycelyn, a'i Ameerau. Cadeir- e iwyd gan John James, Yaw., maer y dref. Bu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yffordd o ddiolch- garwcb i swyddogion y gymdeithasj i&c., gan Mrl Whigham, Mr. W. Davies.(Mynorydd), a Mr. W. Jones, Baker Street. - . :. : hae. W Rhag, ofn i rywun feddwl fod offeryn cerddorol newydd wedi neidio i f6d, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DARWIN."'] Nos Wener diweddaf cynhaliwyd cyfarfod agor- iadol Cymdeithas Lenyddol Nassau Street, o dan lywyddiaeth Mr. D. Jones, Upper Baker Street, gan yr bwn y cafwyd adolygiad ar waith y gym- deithas yn y gorphenol, a chynghorion gyda golwg ar Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 9th December 1850

    rail road, the fog was very dense. We drove at once from the station to the Cattle Show in Baker Street , where the Duke of Richmond & all the Stewards &c. - received us. A very fine sight &

    Wednesday 13th February 1839

    went perfectly, Ld Falkland & Col: Wemyss , riding on either side of me. We rode through Hyde Park, Baker Street , Portman Square , &c, round Regent's Park, by Hampstead , & home by Edgeware Road & Hyde Park.

    Monday 19th March 1838

    , Col: Cavendish & Sir F. Stovin . We rode to Hampstead by Kilburn & home by Regent's Park, Baker Street , &c, & down Constitution Hill . " Tartar " went delightfully. - Saw Ld Glenelg . - Mrs

    Wednesday 13th February 1839

    was a very bright, clear day, but colder than on Saturday and Friday last. We rode through Hyde Park, Baker Street , Portman Square &c. to Regent's Park, round that, by Hampstead but not up the Hill, to Hampstead, and

    Monday 19th March 1838

    , and came home at 3. We rode to Hampstead , by Kilbourn , and home by Regent's Park, Baker Street and Bryanstone Square , in at Cumberland Gate , down Constitution Hill , and in at the front gate.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Enoch Lodge

    1789 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London, England 1793 Bricklayers' Arms, Earl Street, St. Andrews-by-the-Wardrobe, London, England 1797 Manchester Arms, Baker Street, Manchester Square, London, England 1799 The Goat, Stafford Street, Old Bond Street, London, England 1800 Jacob's Well, Charles Street,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1844/8

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