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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Banbury Origins and growth of the town BANBURY BOUNDARIES AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT BANBURY 1969

    of the castle, the Bishop of Lincoln 's Mill ( Banbury Mill ), and the hamlet of Calthorpe ( Calthorpe Street ) were all excluded from the borough. BANBURY 1969 The white cross mentioned in 1554 was described in 1606

    Banbury Churches

    the Calthorpe Street chapel, 557 an indication that all connexion with the Church of England was severed. A Love Feast was held twice a year, a practice which continued until the late 1870s . 558 The Calthorpe Street chapel soon

    Banbury Local government

    to call out the people to assist. 344 By 1852 two fire-engines were kept in an engine house in Calthorpe Street . In 1854 one was moved to the new town hall and the other was kept at the church.

    Banbury Economic history THE OXFORDSHIRE HAMLETS OF BANBURY PARISH C. 1700

    control c . 1878; moving into successively larger premises first at 5 Butchers Row ( 1884 ) then in Calthorpe Street ( 1895 ; burnt down and rebuilt in 1923 ), they first expanded their local business, then in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it arrived nearly at the end, where a ladv far advanced in pregnancy, who was crossing the fields from Calthorpe street to Bagnigge Wells road, met the animal, which made a rush at her, and she at- tempte to escape. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Lincolrn's inn fields, brass founder. [CatlinD, Ely 'place, Holborn. F. T. C oke, Queen's row, Pinilico, tobacconist. [Bedford, Calthorpe street. F. Morgan, Long acre, linen draper. [Lloyd, Cbeapside. W. F. P. P. Bryast and H. J. Peake, Tythegston, Glamorgan- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been established. the machine had been in. strumental in the preservation of two lives at a recent fire in Calthorpe street, in the Gray's inn road, and, im- pressed with a conviction of the usefulness of the society, he would Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cook, sen., Great Harrowdedo, Northamptonsllire, farmer-June Ii, T. G. White, Alderman- bury, lare oarchouseman-SJuie 10, It. Johnson, hoenix place, Calthorpe street, Gray's-ina-road, builder-Juno 14, G. L. Slhetnbri, Leadenhall street, nierclsant-June if;, J. H. Wyld, Redeliffstreet, Bristol, wine and spirit merchant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Denations and subseriptions are thankfully received by the Bankers, Messrs Moare, leet street the Collector, Mr John Jeffry, 9 Calthorpe street, Gray's-inn road; and by the Seeretary, at 9 Old Jewry Chambers, Old Jewory, NC. By order, WM. MSOSELEY TAYLER, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    The Radical Club, and other papers

    friend Mr Simpson, each of them having a small flag in their hands, that they entered the ground by Calthorpe Street followed by their brother members and marched up to the place where Mee was standing upon a rail addressing


    13th Baron Dunboyne, 132 Byng , , 43, 44 Bywell , Northumb., 246 Calthorpe Arms , public house, 133 Calthorpe Street , 129 Camberwell , 120, 207 Camberwell New Road , 120 Cambrian , 246 Cambridge , 211, 246 Camden

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