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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bethnal Green Parliamentary Representation

    Bethnal Green Parliamentary Representation PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATION 68 BETHNAL GREEN, previously part of Hackney parliamentary constituency, was divided between the two constituencies of Bethnal Green North East and South West under the Redistribution of Seats Act of 1885. 69 They were

    Bethnal Green Charities for the Poor

    of the Congregational chapel in Bethnal Green Road . The income in 1994 was £31,379. 2 Bethnal Green Old People's Trust fund was instituted in 1970 to relieve aged residents in the former Bethnal Green M.B. The income in 1992

    Bethnal Green Judaism

    Bethnal Green Judaism JUDAISM Sephardi worshippers at Bevis Marks synagogue ( Lond. ) rented houses in Bethnal Green from the early 18th century. 42 They included Jacob Alvares in the ' Great House ' before 1728 43 and the hazan

    Bethnal Green Local Government Old Town Hall in 1852 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    Bethnal Green Local Government LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANORIAL AND EARLY PARISH GOVERNMENT. Bethnal Green lay wholly within the manor of Stepney of which it was a recognized locality by 1405 . 80 A constable recorded for the hamlet from the beginning

    Bethnal Green Buddhism

    Bethnal Green Buddhism Buddhism Friends of Western Buddhist Order 76 were leased former fire station at corner of Roman and Globe rds. by G.L.C. 1975 , where Lond. Buddhist Centre and Sukhavati reg. as two shrine rooms 1976 . 77

  • * British History Online *

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    Errata

    P. 437. l. 18. and p. 457. l. 3. for Entinck , read Entick . P. 440. l. 8. Bethnal Green is omitted among the parishes taken out of Stepney. P. 462. l. 8. for south , read south east

    Papers, 1831

    arrangements for a sort of committee. On the same evening we heard there was to be a meeting at Bethnal Green. A large and influential meeting of the working classes of that district. Whither we went and addressed them. We

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1715

    above resolution to every bricklayer employed under the Commission. 4. Beckley to refer Sclater's title deeds for site in Bethnal Green to Webb. 5. Notice to be given in Gazette for masons', carpenters' and bricklayers' proposals for a new church

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1711 (Lambeth MS 2690)

    for a church, etc. in Harefields, Bethnal Green; resolved that if there were no greater objections than what has already been made, there ought to be a church there erected for Bethnal Green hamlet. 6. The sites for churches, church

    Introduction

    neighbouring parishes such as Mile End and Bethnal Green. Although Norris, Ram, Tyssen and Dekewer all lived in Hackney, Robert Paul's principal residence was in Hatton Garden, Mussell lived in Bethnal Green, Alexander and George Garrett in Spitalfields. It is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a moddion i ddilyn y difyrwch uwehraddol i saethu y cyfryw ednod ar eu 'hediad; a ebhel fferrets o Bethnal Green a St. Giles i'w trainio yn ddai fyned i dyllau y dosbarth diweddaf, er eu cael allan i fad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to mticonduet themselves. In proof of this, the Committee refers te the satio of tile public-iouses in' Shadsvell, end Bethnal Green; notwithstaitading the repeated complaints against thern.-They ob-erve, that in the latter place, Mr. Merceron, one of the Algi sir4,tae, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunts sentence. Sir RoBrvrWSLSONpresented aPelititon withtheSameeprayey and also for a Radical Reform, and Universal Suffrage, from thle parish of Bethnal Green, With several thousand signaivires. As tO much objection had been litely made to the lanitiage of Peti- tions, Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INsTITUTtON.--An Institution similar to tit, Mechanics' was opened-on Thursday week, for the convenience of the inhabitants of Spital Fields, Bethnal Green, &c. The first meeting was held in Gibraltar Chapel, Bethnal-greett-road, and was attended by Zabout 700 rnechanics. The meeting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Throgniorton street. W. Ford, Broad way, Blackfriars, wholesale tea-dealer. Solicitors, Messrs Tottie and Co. Poultry. J. Bridgman, Spicer street, Bethnal green, wholesale tallow-chandler. Solicitor, Mr Thomson, George street, Minories. J. Proudfoot, Queen street, Cheapside, tallow-chandler, Solicitor, Mr Rnshbury, Carthusian street, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Prudent Brethren

    169 Lodge Number (1863): 145 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Ship, Brick Lane, Bethnal Green, London 1806 Red Lion and Spread Eagle, High Street, Whitechapel, London 1819 Duke of Clarence, Commercial Road, St. George's

    Castle Lodge

    Holywell Street, Shoreditch, London 1746 Pewter Platter, White Lion Yard, Norton Folgate, London 1751 King of Prussia, Anchor Street, Bethnal Green, London 1767 Castle, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, London 1769 White Horse, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, London 1772 Castle, Quaker Street, Spitalfields,

    Lodge of Prosperity

    Lodge Number (1863): 65 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places White Horse, Hare Street, Bethnal Green, London 1810 Cock & Magpie, Wilson Street, Finsbury Square, London 1811 Angel & Crown, Crispin Street, Spitalfields, London 1815

    Lodge of Amity

    Sun and Sawyers, High Street, Poplar, London 1811 White Swan, Wapping Dock, Wapping, London 1811 Golden Key, Church Street, Bethnal Green, London 1812 Ship, Norton Folgate, London 1813 Ship and Bells, Ratcliff Highway, London 1814 Grave Morris, Whitechapel, London 1815

    Lodge of Industry

    Square, London 1815 The Britannia, Hoxton Street, Hoxton, London 1816 Duke of Gloucester, Seabright Street, Bethnal Green, London 1825 Panther, Hope Town, Bethnal Green Road, London 1827 Sun, Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, London 1830 Britannia, Golden Lane, Barbican, London 1831

 

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