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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Economic history

    by the poor in areas such as Belle Isle , Britannia Row , Duddy's Rents, and othe\?\ alleys off Lower Street . Larger piggeries were common, especially around Brandon Street and Belle Isle , where there were six with more

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    the N.L.R. line ran on the south side of Belle Isle and the Gardens. By c . 1853 the cottages were being replaced by terraces. The industries at Belle Isle remained a blight on residential growth, a source of worry

    Islington Protestant nonconformity

    no. 13 Brand Street 1829; 48 Hornsey Rd. new schoolroom, 1820; 49 room on premises of John Hayes at Belle Isle , 1821; 50 Thos. Clark's ho. no. 16 Orchard Grove , 1829 and no. 14 Orchard Grove , 1829;

    Islington Growth: Barnsbury and King's Cross

    , the leases stipulated single-family occupation. 41 West of Caledonian Road the tile kilns and pollution from industries at Belle Isle in the early 1850s exasperated householders who had moved there for fresh air and perhaps accounted for a particularly

    Paddington Churches

    when it was widely admired. 39 It is notable as Plaw's only surviving building, apart from a house on Belle Isle (Westmld.). Restoration under Raymond Erith and Quinlan Terry was carried out in 1972 -3, with money from the sale

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILLIAMS, Sir William Peere, 2nd Bt. (c.1730-61), of Grey Friars, nr. Arundel, Suss.

    at Belle Isle, 27 Apr. 1761. ‘He was wild and extravagant’, wrote William Cole, ‘and not having an estate equal to the greatness of his condition, it is said that he went on the expedition to Belle Isle with a

    HAWKE, Sir Edward (1710-81), of Scarthingwell Hall, nr. Tadcaster, Yorks.

    and Peter Warren. His first great naval success was in October 1747, when he attacked a French convoy off Belle Isle, capturing seven out of nine ships, for which he was created K.B. a month later. On 18 Dec. of

    TAAFFE, Theobald (c.1708-80), of Hanover Sq., London.

    that he was very able and well-informed about France, had been extremely intimate and influential with the late Marshal Belle Isle, and had not played for four years. In the end Fox ‘dismissed’ Taaffe.[footnote]In 1763 Edward Gibbon reported from Paris

    CRAUFURD, John (c.1725-64).

    1738, capt. 1743, maj. 1747, lt.-col. 1749; col. 85 Ft. 1759-63; brig.-gen. 1760; served at Belle Isle Mar. 1761; in Portugal 1762-3; col. 3 Ft. 1763- d.; lt. gov. Berwick Apr. 1764, Minorca June 1764- d. Biography As lieutenant-colonel of

    HAWKE, Sir Edward (1710-81), of Scarthingwell Hall, Yorks.

    Dec. 1766-1771. Biography Hawke’s first great naval success was in October 1747, when he attacked a French convoy off Belle Isle and captured seven out of nine ships. For this he was created K.B. Shortly afterwards he was returned to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the loth iDSt. at Wakefield, Mr B. J. Holdsworth, of St Paul's church yard, to Miss Harriet loldsworth, of Belle Isle, Wakefield. On the l3tb ist. John Argent, Esq. Ilce of Tottenham court road, to Etlen, second daughter of Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Coates, Leeds, grocer. Phiomas Burt, Holborn Hill, manufacturer. Thomas Lane, Gloucester, corn-factor. 2 BANRRUPTCIE5 SUPERSEDED. Thomas Pci rse, Belle Isle, Richmond, Yorkshire, horse-dealer. Joseph Oldland, Wootton-under-Edge, clothier. 15 BANERUPTS. P. Rrough, Boston, Lincolnshire, scrivener. '[Hall and Bishop, Sergeant's-inn. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. TEE QUESTION OP INTERVENTION IN ITALY.-On Monday this ques- tion was brought before the assembly, when General Cavaignac de- livered a speech, of which the followinl is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that it has been decided that the insurgents now on board the pontons at Brest shall be transferred to Belle Isle, and placed under the direction of M. Antony Beraud, a man of great ability and experience, and of most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23rd :-" By a let- I ter from Vannes we learn that the insurgents of June, transported to I Belle Isle, have made an attempt to create an insurrection there. Having converted pickaxes and spades into weapons. they moved in Subscribers-only content


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