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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Modern State thereof.

    two Courts, one within another, and both bearing the same Name. Star Alley, newly built for Warehouses and Tenements. Black Dog Alley very The present Keys and Wharfs. The Custom House . Dog Tavern Court. Wicheler's Yard. Nags Head Court.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Harmony

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places The Angel Inn, Yorkshire Street, Bacup, Lancashire 1792 Black Dog Inn, Church Street, Newchurch, Lancashire 1795 Black Dog, Town Gate, Haslingden, Lancashire 1804 New Inn, Bury Road, Haslingden, Lancashire 1805 Private Room, Haslingden,

    Lodge of Brotherly Love

    Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Ceased working 1789. Meeting Places Black Dog, Castle Street, Seven Dials, London 1736 Crown and Turtle, Old Jewry, London 1741 Angel and Crown, Cateaton Street, London

    United Lodge of Prudence

    1786 Queen's Head, Beak Street, Swallow Street, London 1789 Horse Grenadier, near North Audley Street, Oxford Street, London 1790 Black Dog, St. James's Market, London 1798 Wheatsheaf Tavern, Rathbone Place, London 1800 Boar and Castle Inn, Oxford Street, London 1803

    St. Andrew's Lodge

    Golden Square, London 1781 Bell, St. James's Market, London 1784 Robin Hood, Charles Street, St. James's Square, London 1789 Black Dog, St. James's Market, London 1800 St. James's Tavern, Marylebone Street, Golden Square, London 1806 Wheatsheaf, in the Strand, London

    Lodge of Peace and Harmony

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Angel and Crown, Crispin Street, Spitalfields, London 1738 Three Tuns, without Bishopsgate, London 1749 Black Dog, Shoreditch, London 1753 White Dog, Widegate Alley, Bishopsgate Street, London 1757 Helmet, Bishopsgate Street, London 1758 Three Tuns, Jewry

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lien, goocdale. Attorney, Mr. Milne, Rauchdale. 3. Dovey, Hereford, wine-merchant, JUIly 87, 28, Au,. 23, at eleven, rt the Black Dog, Gloucestero Attor- ney, Mr. Okey, Gloucester. W. Strelton, Wadenboe, Nottinghlarnsire, butcher, Julv 25, at five, 26, Aug. 2S, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Other witnesses gave else isrosecutrix a character for a partiality for drinking rumn; and Jordan, the landlord of the Black Dog, in Shoe-lane, proved that she frequently drank several glasses a day at his house, She cormtuplained to him of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were also in attendance. Some of these sons of the forest are striking in their appearance, manner, and demeanour. Black Dog, the Osage chief, is a man of great stature, about seven feet, poWerful frame, with a voice attractive and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Woman Killed with Kindness,' in March of the satne year. The success of the first part of I The Black Dog of New- gate,' for which Henslowe gave 6l., seems to have led the authors of the second part, Hathway, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being no other than Harlequin and the Dragon of Wantle-y; or Moore of Moore Hall and Afother SEs- ton's Black Dog. The incidents are true to history. When the scene opens, in the rustic village of Wantley, it is made Subscribers-only content

 

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