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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Zoology Other Invertebrates

    a small village on the borders of Exmoor . Thos e from Blue Anchor and Leigh Woods were collected by Mr. R. I. Pocock . Blue Anchor is a small village lying between Watchet and Minehead on the coast of

    Parishes Old Cleeve

    parish. The Railway Hotel was built by Washford station by 1875 . By 1861 the Blue Anchor Family Hotel was built near the Blue Anchor inn and presumably took over its business. Soon afterwards the Cleeve Bay inn was established,

    Cannington Cannington (southern part) 1839

    in use in 1883 , probably for a private house. 68 The Anchor , also called the Blue Anchor or Old Blue Anchor , was recorded in 1767 and was kept by the May family until the 1840s . 69

    Bethnal Green The East: Old Ford Lane , Green Street , and Globe Town The East: principal estates

    Lane cottage probably originated as a wastehold property, in existence by 1648 75 and by 1741 an inn, the Blue Anchor , which gave an alternative name to the lane. 76 Between 1760 and the 1790s another building stood to

    Acton Social and cultural activities

    sheds. 5 Friendly societies existed from 1800, meeting at public houses. The Ancient or Independent Britons met at the Blue Anchor in the Steyne from 1800 and the Young Britons also met there from 1817. The Acton friendly society met

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Margaret's, New Fish Street

    Pittam behind the Mytor 4 Pudding Lane, West Side Mr. Lewis, above the Blue Anchor, a house and shop 6 Mr. Wills at the Blue Anchor, a house and shop 8 Mr. Shaw costermonger, next below the Star back door,

    Index, I, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    Fras., p. 101, 642, p. 304. Ink , p. 279. Inner Temple , see Temple. Inns (London) , viz. Blue Anchor (Limehouse), 541. Bunch of Grapes (Ship Yard, Temple Bar), 282. George Inn (Holborn), p. 325. Green Dragon (Fleet Street),

    Index, L, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    Somerset Place ; 327, 328, 331, 332. Suffolk House; 79. Suffolk Place; 124. Temple, plague in; 55. Thames Street, Blue Anchor in; 91. the Stylyard; 326. Tothill Street; 92. the Tower; 159, 169. documents dated at; 12, 62, 63, 99,

    Index of places

    Bishopsgate St. a . Blackboy Alley Blackdog Alley Blackhorse Alley Black Raven Alley Court Blackwell Hall Blanchchapelton Ct . Blue Anchor Alley a . Boar's Head Alley Bond's Rents Boss Alley a . Bow Church Yard a ; Lane a

    Parochial Records, Vestry Book of St John's, Cardiff, 1708-62

    Henry Lewis corner house. M r Purcels house in Crockerton. George Williams lately y e Bakehouse. M rs Jones Blue Anchor. Thomas Herbert Esq r the Crow. M r Lloyd Corner house. William Thomas Fisherman. M r Sweet new Angel.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Honour

    0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Coopers' Arms, Stretton Grounds, Westminster, London 1776 Blue Anchor, St. Ermin's Hill, Westminster, London 1790 The Bell, York Street, Westminster, London 1793 White Horse Tavern, Buckingham Gate, Pimlico,

    Royal York Lodge of Perseverance

    Palace Yard, London 1779 Westminster Arms, Tothill Street, Westminster, London 1790 In the Coldstream regiment of Guards, London 1793 Blue Anchor, York Street, Westminster, London 1797 Suttling House, Horse Guards, Whitehall, London 1798 Admiral Vernon's Head, North Audley Street, London

    Sociable Lodge

    and Cat, Newgate Street, London 1751 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1772 Queen's Arms Tavern, Newgate Street, London 1775 Blue Anchor, George Street, Foster Lane, London 1776 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1782 Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, London 1800 Stock

    Lodge of Affability

    Cheapside, London 1747 Sun, Milk Street, Honey Lane Market, London 1755 Horse Shoe, Blow Bladder Street, Cheapside, London 1772 Blue Anchor, George Street, Foster Lane, London 1773 Half Moon Tavern, Cheapside, London 1782 Rose and Crown, Kew Green, Kew, London

    no name is given

    St. Mary Overys [St. Saviour's] Churchyard, Southwark, London 1739 Bull's Head, Southwark, London 1741 Swan, West Smithileld, London 1751 Blue Anchor, Rosemary Lane, London 1755 Anchor and Hope, Aldgate Ward Coffee House, Leadenhall Street, London 1763 Three Tuns, Aldgate, London

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Broadstreet Ward.

    a long Street running from Bishopsgate to Aldgate . But the part in this Ward goeth but to the Blue Anchor , the rest is in Aldgate Ward . This Street is a Place of a good Trade, and of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Jury assembled at the Blue Anchor, Cole- man street, for tihe purpose of investigating the circumstances attending the death of Caroline ltedmsan, a fine young woman,. aged 22, who put an eud -to her existence on Sunday last.-7MrE. Moss, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her boys into the Hibernian School. She thien came to England, and was residing at Mrs Mann's, near the Blue Anchor, Greenwicb, where she subsisted by needle-work. Her letters and certificates of character bore marks of authenticity. She had unsuccessfully Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STRANGER. With TEDDY the TILER. And ROBERT the DEVIL. TussDoA-The Carnival at Naples. With Hide and Seek. And The Blue Anchor. WDwnEsDAe-The Stranger. With Htide and Seek. And Monsieun Tonson. TttRsDAy-An You Like It. With Hide and Seek. And Robertthe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    value of steady perse- verance combined with a good understanding. Mr. BARTLEv'S performance of the old fisherman, in "The Blue Anchor," is as superior to what it would have been twenty years ago, as the arm of a blacksmith is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, COyVENT GARDEN. MONDAY-ROMEO and Juliet. And The PILOT. TURSDAY-Tbe Pointof Hlonaor. With Teddy the Tiler. And The Blue Anchor. WlRouEsDAY-The Stranger. TicaRsDA -A now Comedy, called.Tbe Chancery Suit. And Hide and Seek. FaIDAY-Tbe Provoked Husband. CITY, SATURDAY MDORaNING. Subscribers-only content

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

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    Robert Dun, Ann Howard, Theft, 24/04/1745

    March 31 . John Scanlon . Robert Dun and I went with Ann Howard to Mrs. Ivory's at the Blue Anchor at Stepney . One Mr. Adams , that I live in the house with, was there, and two children.

    The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913

    Time by White-Chapple Church, but it happened, that it was taken in, and being disappointed, they went into they Blue Anchor by Wellclose Square , and Fennel was in the House, and as soon as he went out, they followed

    Ordinary's Account, 12/06/1741

    I was hired at the Golden Talbot there; but that Place not agreeing with me, I went to the Blue Anchor at Park Gate , where I had Fifteen Pounds a Year Wages; but the House being very much frequented

 

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