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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so. I hop- you will put ny name in your list of testimonials. Let ary person come to S5, Bow Street, Little sIolton, and if I do not thread the smollest needle they can produce then I am in fault. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 22s. per week waiting for me when I choose to got it.- I am, yours. Patrick Gavin, 25, Bow Street, Little Bolton. 'Mr. Ede.-Sir.-I will thank you to send mie a bottle of your Eye Liquid, a friend of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so- I hops yout will put n'y name in goolr list of testimnonials- Let any person come to I5, Bow Street, Little Bolton, and if I do not thread the smollost needle they ran produce then I am in fault. Subscribers-only content

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    so. I hope you will put my naem, in your list of testimonials. Let any person come to 25, Bow Street, Little Bolton, and if I do not thread the Fmiallest needle they eon produce then I am in fault. Subscribers-only content

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    so. I hop' you will put my onme in your list of testimonials. Let any person come to 35, Bow Street, Little Bolton, and if I do not thread the moallest needle e they can produce then I am ill Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. St. Giles's. Streets, &c.

    Westwards of the Market is Hide Street , and Brewers Street, both but narrow, and of no great Account. Bow Street comes out of Holborn , and falls into Peter Street , dividing Hide Street from Brewers Street, both narrow

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Three Grand Principles

    Places Queen's Head, Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn, London 1772 Half Moon, Holborn, London 1773 Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1774 Merryfield's Wine Vaults, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1777 Duke of York, Great Marylebone Street, London 1779 Hampshire Hog, corner

    Lodge of Rectitude

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Queen's Head, Duke's Court, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1757 Queen's Head, Bath Street, Cold Bath Fields, London 1763 Long Acre Coffee House, Long Acre,

    Loge L'Esperance

    Ludgate Hill, London 1761 Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, London 1764 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1765 Lord Blaney's Head, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1769 White Swan, Grafton Street, Soho, London 1770 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1771 Fox, Brewer

    Lodge of Unity

    Coach and Horses, Castle Street, Leicester Square, London 1805 Black Prince, Chandois Street, St. Martin's Lane, London 1807 Garrick'sHead, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1808 Lord Cochrane, Spring Gardens, Charing Cross, London 1810 Wheatsheaf Tavern, Strand, London 1812 Two Angels

    Lodge of Faith

    London 1774 Man in the Moon, Vine Street, Piccadilly, London 1786 Chequers, Abingdon Street, Westminster, London 1787 Queen's Head, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1792 Brown Bear, Bloomsbury, London 1793 George, High Street, Bloomsbury, London 1794 Black-a-Moor's Head, Exeter Street,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORD, Richard (1758-1806), of the Inner Temple.

    Feb 1789 1790 Appleby 1790 May 1791 Ofifces Held Chief magistrate at Bow Street 1800. Biography In 1789 Ford was returned for East Grinstead by the Duke of Dorset, presumably as a supporter of Pitt. No vote by him appears

    FERNE, Robert (c.1690-1723), of Snitterton Hall and Locko House, Derbys.

    removed from office.[footnote]Ferne died less than three months after his father, on 6 Oct. 1723, at his house in Bow Street, Covent Garden, where he had recently removed from Derbyshire. His will, written in 1719, had mentioned only some South

    FORD, Richard (1758-1806), of the Inner Temple, London.

    Feb 1789 141790 Appleby 1790 May 1791 Ofifces Held Police magistrate Shadwell 1792, Bow Street 1801 (and chief magistrate, Mdx. 1800). Ofifces Held Supt. aliens office Aug. 1800-Jan. 1801. Ofifces Held Capt. St. Sepulchre’s vols. 1798, maj. commdt. 1803; capt.

    SACKVILLE, Edward (c.1640-1714), of Bow Street, Covent Garden, Westminster.

    (c.1640-1714), of Bow Street, Covent Garden, Westminster. Constituency Dates East Grinstead 25 Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held Ensign, 1 Ft. Gds. (later Grenadier Gds.) 1667, capt. 1672-80; capt. 2 R. English Regt. (French army) 1672-4; lt.-col. Sidney’s Ft. 1678, Coldstream Gds.

    LYSTER, Richard (c.1691-1766), of Rowton Castle, Salop.

    he was met by a select body of his London tradesmen, and thus ushered to his town house, in Bow Street, Covent Garden: and the same ceremonies were repeated on his return into Shropshire. All this cost was maintained by

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, 'Libels by the Bushel', Punch 20 (1851) p.229

    U News-Commentary, Drollery Medical Practitioners, Education, Crime Repudiates a Bow Street magistrate's claims that London medical students are the 'most disorderly class with whom the Police and the Magistrates has to deal'. Insists that the magistrate has confused medical students

 

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