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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Charities for the Poor

    deed dated 1635, paid £50 for a rent charge of 56 s . a year on 2 a. near Battle Bridge , St. Pancras , later Cromer Street , Gray's Inn Road , with which the vicar of Hampstead was

    Islington Communications Islington and Stoke Newington communications

    Black Dog Lane , in 1746 , 21 while an estate plan of 1758 called it the lane from Battle Bridge to the Black Dog , Highgate , 22 a tavern that stood on the site of St. Joseph's. Plans

    Islington Public services

    the smallpox hospital in Clerkenwell should admit their cases for 5 gn. a year. 71 The hospital moved to Battle Bridge in St. Pancras in 1793 and to a site between Dartmouth Park Hill and Highgate Hill in 1850 .

    Parishes Merstham

    feature of the line. There is a station at Merstham . Close to the station is a place called Battle Bridge , originally in Gatton , about which traditions, incapable of verification, have gathered, concerning a defeat of the Danes.

    Parishes Forest Hill

    the extreme north of the parish, 36 lands in Long and Short Wheat Hill farther south, 17 lands in Battle Bridge , and 19 lands in Long Lyne Hill south of the Bayswater Brook . His holdings, more than those

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 5 APPENDIX.

    Itinery, in Octavo. An Elephant's Body was found in a Field near to Sir John Oldcastle's not far from Battle Bridge , by Mr. John Coniers , an Apothecary, and a great Searcher after Antiquities, as he was digging there.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Calendar, December 1696, 01 December 1696-30 December 1696

    Present : ut supra . [My Lords order that ] 4 dozen of wine found in Westfield's hoy at Battle Bridge and now in the King's warehouse belonging to the Earl of Dorset and the Earl of Romney be delivered

    Items from the two Process Books, Temp. James I

    P. 8 October, 22 James I. The Inhabitants of Norwood; for neglecting to re-make the common way leading to Battle Bridge alias Batford Bridge. G. S. P. 8 October, 22 James I. . . . . Bricknell late of Stanmore

    Charles I - volume 135, February 1-15, 1629, 01 February 1629-15 February 1629

    Among the totals are, Gravesend, 121 men; Erith and Woolwich, 19; Greenwich, 128; Deptford, 20; Redriff, 47; Horselydown, 100; Battle Bridge, 25; St. Olave's, 46; St. Saviour's, 359; St. Saviour's, Upper Ground, 347; Lambeth, 176; grand total, 2,453. At the Subscribers-only content

    Bridge warde without [including Southwark]

    Thames Eastwarde, is saint Olaues street hauing continuall building on both the sides, with lanes and alleyes vp to Battle bridge, to Horsedowne, and towardes Rother hith: also some good halfe mile in length from London bridge. So that I

    Index, S, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    by; 562. Southsea Castle : letter dated at; 281. fortifications to be made at; 49. Southwark : Mint; 50. Battle Bridge in; 83. the Marshalsea; 83, 495, 496, 499, 525. letter dated at; 415. Southwell : Sir Richard ; 16.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Confidence

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Dolphin, Red Lion Street, Holborn, London 1790 Bell, Battle Bridge, London 1790 Old Swan, Butcher Row, Temple bar, London 1793 Sheers, Chequer Alley, Old Street, London 1797 Queen's Head,

    Lodge of Union

    1769 Guy's Head, St. Thomas's Street, Southwark, London 1777 Black Raven, Tooley Street, Southwark, London 1779 Chequers, Hayes Wharf, Battle Bridge, Tooley Street, London 1782 Three Jolly Hatters, Bermondsey Street, Bermondsey, London 1785 Three Tuns, St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark, London

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but tile domoge is very eonsiderable.-And. on Sunday a fire, broke out in the pretuises of a dairyman, at Battle bridge, ashen four file cows ano a harse were destroyed.-On Wednesday, Eetweet five and six o'clock in the moruiirtg, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blakelock and uitiWxuau, Scrgeant'5 inn, Fleet street. I An Saurdap,Yeviem 'bsr 26. . JSOLVFNTS. J. H. Chappell, Hamilton row, Battle bridge, smith. J. Gregory, Rock lntn, Kemup.Toern, Brighbthelmston, Sussex, victualler. T. Deddney, Regent place, Brightlretmstoun, coal-merchatut R. Jardine. Wigan, Lancaster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kind-looking old lady, very neatly dressed, whose name is Charlotte Sharp, and who lives at No. 20 Field street, Battle bridge, came forward, and said, that bearing a noise at the top of the street, between twelve and one in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent road. I Northumberland place, Commercial Milser place, Lambeth. 1 roaa. Dsarhiagtan place, Bridgel. IDucie place, Manchester. Chichester place, Battle Bridge. St Jaess street, Brighton. Crawford street, Portman square.. Parade, Margate; nd Providence place, Keutise Town. Harbour street Ramsgate. Just Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Comnqci goad., Mtilrer place, Laambeth. . Ucle place, Manchester. -. Darliogteof place, Vaxbalal. - Srdameas street Brsghton. Chichester place, Battle Bridge. . elbam Arca lJastings. zrawfOrd street, Portman square. I Parade, rgate; ard:--. Vtacideoice place, lentisha Town. T Hsfour street, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    MARY PRICE, Theft, 16/09/1778

    Dell , August 8th . REBECCA DELL sworn. I am the wife of George Dell . We live at Battle Bridge ; on the 18th of August. I lost out of my house the several things mentioned in the indictment

    JANE NUNN, Theft, 21/05/1806

    the property of William Gates . MARY GATES sworn. My husband's name is William Gates , we live at Battle Bridge . On Saturday the 29th of April, I hung my petticoat out to dry in my own garden, and

    GEORGE RUDD, THOMAS DONNOVAN, Theft, 13/01/1808

    four o'clock when I took them from my house to a field which I rent of Mr. Bennet, at Battle Bridge ; they call it the Reservoir field. I took seventy three to that field; there was one tired, we

    JOHN PIXLEY, Theft, 20/02/1811

    a wheeler, I think you work at Battle Bridge," he denied it, I told him I would find it out, I knew all the wheelers thereabouts, and took him along to Battle Bridge, he owned that he worked for Mr.

    ANDREW M'LOCKLAND, Theft, 14/02/1821

    of Samuel Bennett , in his dwelling-house . SAMUEL BENNETT . I am a coachmaker , and live at Battle Bridge , in the parish of St. Mary, Islington. I rent the house, the shop is part of it. On

 

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