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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic influences on growth Employment opportunities

    Abbey Mills district began to be developed industrially and so, too, did the Thames frontage between North Woolwich and Bow Creek . The chemical industries grew in both these areas, especially the latter, where the first two industrial establishments were

    Local administration and public services Utility services

    time being. The sewage of the rest of the parish was carried to an outlet on the Lea at Bow Creek and discharged in its crude form on the ebb tide. 27 This arrangement was permitted only on the understanding

    West Ham Rivers, bridges, wharfs and docks STRATFORD c . 1930

    two branches, which rejoined south of the str eet as Three Mills Wall river, passing through Three Mills to Bow Creek . City Mills river also bifurcated north of High Street . One branch, called Bow Back river, flowed west

    Index A - K

    , Sam., 136 Bourne , riv., see Ching Bourton-on-the-Hill (Glos.), 143 Bow ( Lond. ), 24, 27-29, 261, 269 Bow Creek , 14, 15, 41 Bowdyshe (Bowdysshe), Miles, 210; Ric., 272 Bowe , Nich., Rector of Chingford , 110 Bowes

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, March 1687, 21-31, 21 March 1687-24 March 1687

    secure the land from Bow Creek to Blackwall, at 40 l. per an .: the Customs Commissioners having already appointed Thomas Carpenter as surveyor of Blackwall to take care of the water guard from Bow Creek to Blackwall and having

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1733, 03 January 1733-21 December 1733

    be landwaiter, London port. Ibid. Jan. 25 Same. John Sowter, waiter and searcher, Blackwall, to secure the land from Bow Creek to Blackwall, London port, loco Gideon Farman, deceased. Ibid. Jan. 26 Same. Gilbert Wrathall, tidesman and boatman, Lynn Regis

    Index, B, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Pork, Silk coverlets, Greenland Whale fishery, Wheat. Bourne , Rye port, 355. -, William, 681. Bovier , Samuel, 436. Bow Creek (Thames) , 517. Bowden , Gregory, 686, 687. Bowdidge , John, 464, 520, 523, 605. Bowdler , Andrew, 148.

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1735, 02 January 1735-19 December 1735

    Right, dismissed; Thos. Pullein, tidesman, superior list, ibid. , to be waiter and searcher to secure the land from Bow Creek to Blackwall, loco John Sowter, deceased; Eusebius Boswell, tidesman, superior list, London port, loco Giles Shepheard, dismissed; John Webb,

    Index, B, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    (army). See Army, half-pay. Bourner , Thomas, 287. Bourryeau , John, 207. -, Zachariah, 235. Bow (Essex) , 237. Bow Creek (Thames) , 150. Bowack , J., 495. Bowdidge , John, 234. Bowen , Captain John, 33. -, Thomas, a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Suanday week he w as sitting on thegrass on Lock Island, which lies between the River Lea and Bow Creek, HilsI attentio~n was directed by a cloud of blue-bottle flies3 to a I hillock of weeds and grass, le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at secentlnosdioent, Per telsi psepose it is intended to puihos eeis aress~ fe eold landimmemdiately adjoining theworks, havng'afreteo eolsto Bow Creek and tile River Thames, which lan i, a pesetin hooccupation of the Companmy, with the option Tue mpoed nw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at preeont insufflolent. For this purpose it is intended to nrcbobs~ciehtacree f rfreehold landimunedlatelyadjolning theworke, havicrj froncage both to Bow Creek and the niover Thames, which land fi, at present, in the occupation of the CompanY, with the option The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vared to TRlEAT with the 6le~dorroof Trailte to Liondo Ifor lteetilig ca5u~otie WAR~iBOUSE ACCIOMMODATION, at their Watrshride prewirsesi, at Bow Creek. Thro Wacehoureoo are moot oulibsntantlalie bullt, well veantilate d, and are sulItahbl for Site Storage of asny rcrrption of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to TREAT with the Senders of Tratlic to London for Renting capacioxs WAREHOUSE ACCOMMODATION, at their Waterside premuises, at Bow Creek. The Warehouses ale meost substautially built, well ventilated, and are suitable for the Storage of any description of Goods. Subscribers-only content

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