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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury St Martin's parish

    parishes in 1269 , St. Martin's was bounded on the north by Milford Street , on the west by Brown Street and the east wall of the Close running down Exeter Street , and on the south by the Avon

    Salisbury Protestant nonconformity

    Brown Street Particular Baptist Church originated with t his secession: the first chapel in Brown Street was erected shortly before June 1719 , 25 and was apparently rebuilt in 1750 when 'the new house built for worship' in Brown Street

    New Salisbury Introduction SALISBURY BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    were several cottages or shops let by the chief tenant of the premises. Fullers' racks stretched across ground between Brown Street and Gigant Street, along parts of Endless Street, outside Castle Street bars, and in Martin 's Croft an d

    Salisbury City government since 1836

    sewerage and water supply. The last of the street channels, from Hussey's Hatch to Bugmore by Rollestone Street and Brown Street , was replaced by pipes to carry irrigation water to the Bugmore meadows in 1859 . In 1860 the

    Salisbury St Thomas's parish

    the corner of the modern Queen Street and Milford Street , along part of the latter, down part of Brown Street and back along St. Ann Street to the Close wall. On the south and west it was bounded by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thrwyddedau y Liverpool Soiuenae and Art Clsres, yn y Free Library, William Brown Street, gin Syr Sydney Waterloo, Barwniug, A S. Idmywyddwyd gan Mr. James Samuelson. Yn ystod ei anerchiad, ohlheiniodd gynydd yagolion gwyddonol a chelfyddydol trwy y deyrnas yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfeillion yn weithagar yn y malter hwrn.-Yr eiddooh ai Tnos. H. BAexen, Ysgrifenydd." *J Sunday Closing Aisociation, | 14, Brown Street, liManchester a | llawrth 9fed, 1883. y " iFy Anwyl Syr,-Yr ydymn wedi ein goriwyrtho £ a- gwaith, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Union. Yno hefyd y mae y gymdeithae ddaionas a elwir y ' Sunday Closing Asaociatiov,' e'i swyddfa yn 14, Brown Street, Manchester. A phe buasai y Nat'onal Union yn gymdeithas ned ae areari gywilydd o'i gweithred:adau, buasal yn p asio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    da ynghyd, a chafwyd cyfarfod rhagorol. Cylrdeithas Ddadleuol Ganolog.-Cyfarfu ael- odau y gymdeithas hon nos Fawrth, ynRlecture Hall, William Brown Street. Testyn y ddadl ydoeld: A ddylid cau y Beibl allan o'r Ysgol- ion Dyddiol?' Llenwid y gadair gydag urddas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOMICITOR- S- Messrs. WILD, BARBER & BROWNE, Ironmonger Lane, London, E.C. Messrs. EARLE, SON, ORFORD, EARLE & MILNE, 44 Brown Street, Manchester. A: MCI=T1 CTS . JOHN WHICHCORD, Esq., 11 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. I EDWARD SALOMONS, Esq., 31 Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Fortitude

    Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1816 Sun, Queen Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1818 North British Volunteer, Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire 1821 Commercial Tavern, Brown Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1828 Free Vintners, Fish Market, Manchester, Lancashire 1832 Spread Eagle, Church Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1833 Gibraltar Hotel,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAYLEY, John (d.1611), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    by 1574, mayor 1577, alderman. Biography Bayley was a prosperous merchant who owned houses in Gygon Street, Brown Street and Dragon Street in the city as well as the nearby farm of Bishop’s Down and the manor of Combe. In

    GAWEN, John (d.1418), of Norrington, Wilts.

    secular college of Vaux in Salisbury. Then, in 1411, he alone gave the Rose Inn in Minster Street, Salisbury, along with five shops adjoining and two shops in Brown Street, to the vicars’ college.[footnote]Gawen died shortly before 17 June 1418.[footnote]


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