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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications

    but nowhere else with such richness. Less elaborate shaped window heads are features of nos. 8-10 Bird Street , no. 17 Bird Street , and no. 15 Market Street. The use of stone architraves to emphasize the central bay can

    Lichfield Social and cultural activities

    death in 1933 it was bought by a syndicate. The Bird Street premises were demolished in 1972 , and a new office was opened at no. 17 Bird Street . 264 Frederic Brown was a Conservative, 265 and between 1883

    Lichfield History to c. 1500

    Swan in Bird Street ( 1362 ), 91 the Lion in Market Street ( 1440 ), 92 the Antelope and the Unicorn adjoining each other in Bird Street ( 1495 ), 93 the George in Bird Street , the Talbot

    Lichfield The place and street names, population and boundaries

    polite emendation. Bird Street . Newebrugge Street ( 1368 ); 79 Brigge Street ( 1400 ); 80 Brugge Street ( 1411 ); 81 Byrd Street ( 1506 ); 82 Bryd Street ( 1518 ); 83 Bird Street ( 1669 ).

    Lichfield The 20th century LICHFIELD: central area 1989

    opened from Bird Street to the Walsall and Birmingham roads, Sir Richard having contributed towards the building cost. 6 At the same time the clocktower of 1863 at the junction of the new road and Bird Street was re-erected on

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1039 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Guildhall, Bore Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire 1865 George Hotel, Bird Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire 1865

  • * British History Online *

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    London Tabernacle Minutes, 1746-7

    preaching instead of all the bands, and the bands not to meet that night. 18. That preaching be at Bird Street once a week on Thursday evening, and after preaching meet the bands, stay all night and preach next morning

    Index

    Green , xv Bickerdike , Rev. Mr, 239 Billington , Brother, 36 Bilston (Staffs.), 261 Bingham , Thomas, 109 Bird Street (Oxford Street) society, 43, 46, 106 Birmingham , x, 39-40, 83-4; chapel, 261; society, 46, 70, 81-2, 85-7, 90,

    English Calvinistic Methodist Association, Minutes 1748-9

    affairs of the Tabernacle and the new house with Mr Brown. That Deptford at 8, Lambeth at 2 and Bird Street at 6 be supplyed on Sundays every other Sunday by the brethren that supply the adjacent places to London.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten ant became the mauii ran rapidly toudi.,a w owner. Lot?7 was a large one, ineiuding the King's Head,M. Bird Street, let to the* Likfleld Brewery Company; aMpay I general shop adjoining, let to Mr. Hancock; several other av houses, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11CC years. Prioe 1l,60 -Bird, ewStreet. HISAP-Nin~rooned ouse, for £135. escis ; noor Moesley Cu Roed. Unsa pstnt.-Bird, 50B, Bird Street. co102 - LOOMBURY-Comtlatlifttb Property, roducin £74. clear. 1 B oasy:0250orequsired.-Perry and Son, I1 ~Aradise Itreet. CE1OTIAL Sitscetlo.Becos ndsvn other Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lease '& over 800 year'. PrIceoh1,600.-IBird, New S1rect- (JPiAP-~~Nine-roorric IIouses, for £0235. eaeh ;amear Moseley C oad. Unusueil eplortuonit~.-Ilrd,.50u, Bird Street. c1627 JARTI4' and Phillipe's Weekly (Sharres) and Monthly Lists oFrehold and Leasehold P1ropertlee, Esotates 'Building Lando, Residences, Freehold and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the arm being broken coet iesreerer ell At Westminster Police Court, o rdy ele,~s~ le- milk dealer, of 10, Bird Street, Wakr 'r Inro ,laetet 'or was fined £7. for selling milk adulterte niirll Inecr, lie of water. .r The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r recaptured and taken back to the hotel. A horse attached i to a cart was seen coming down Bird Street, and was stopped by this disorderly party. The reins were cut, the bit taken out of the animal's mouth, Subscribers-only content

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