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You searched for: Place: "Charing Cross", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    INGHAM, -

    Alley Charing Cross 1636 Other notes Trouble 1636. Known London address Harts Horn Alley, Charing Cross Date 1636 Censorial hearings 19 Jan 1636 Entry John Phillipps, King's footman, complained that I, a surgeon of Harts Horn Alley, Charing Cross, had

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 30 July 1661, 30 July 1661-30 July 1661

    the Proviso, sent by the Lords, to be added to the Bill for Paving and Repairing the Highways from Charing Cross to the Stone Bridge, beyond Piccadilly , & c. After the Word "nothing," and before the Word "in," insert


    1441. Henry Percy, the ninth Earl of, succeeded his father in 1585. Made K.G., April 23rd, 1593. Sion House, Charing Cross, granted to him by James the First, July 5th, 1604; He fell under suspicion in connexion with the Gunpowder

    Cecil Papers, August 1601, 01 August 1601-31 August 1601

    Robert Cecil ? ] [1601, before Aug. 4. ] The way leading from the Earl of Bedford's house to Charing Cross is so high and sloping that heretofore divers horses, coaches and carts have slipped and overturned. Besides, the channels


    he requested that immediate steps might be taken for a settlement of the case. Dated from his house at Charing Cross, 16th January, 1580. I. 187. Letter from the Lord Mayor to the Lord Chancellor. The Aldermen appointed to inquire

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Stanmore Manor and other estates

    Gt. Bolitho and Peel , Drummonds of Charing Cross , 112, 36. Davenport MSS., Gt. Stan. ct. roll. Ibid. 1769. See p. 100. M.R.O., Acc. 943, ff. 19-20, 136-7. Drummonds of Charing Cross , 36-7, 111, App. III. The successive

    Houses of Military Orders St Mary of Bethlehem

    No. 276. Lands and houses in the precinct, Dugdale, Mon. Angl . vi, 622 e ; a house near Charing Cross , Chan. Misc. R. No. 276. There was only one silver cup for the high altar. There were two

    Heston and Isleworth Syon House

    lion after the model of Michelangelo to the roof of the east front, both brought from Northumberland House , Charing Cross , at the time of its demolition in 1874 . 24 Adam's decorations provided an admirable background for the

    Hendon Communications HENDON IN 1754

    every 4 minutes from Golders Green to Charing Cross ; 75 in 1970 intervals were nominally similar but many trains ran south to Morden , either via the Bank or via Charing Cross . Since 1937, four years after its

    Industries Clock and watch-making

    ability, Josiah Emery , came to England and settled in London , carrying on business at 33, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross , between 1770 and 1805 . Emery was one of the earliest makers to adopt Mudge's invention of the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields. Palace at St. James's.

    Charing Cross , upon an oval Pedestal of Freestone, as aforesaid. Here at Charing Cross is the Mewse, used for the King's Horses to stable in; having Rows of Buildings for Stables, Coach-houses, & c. Also West of Charing Cross

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Cold Harborough.

    I have not read, but in the Reign of Henry VIII . the Bishop of Durham 's House, near Charing Cross , being taken into the King's Hand, Cuthbert Tunstal, Bishop of Durham , was lodged there: Since the which

    Book 6, Chapter 6 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Lord Privy Seal, of Covent Garden , lying in the Parish of St. Martin's in the Fields , next Charing Cross , with seven Acres, called Long Acre , of the yearly Value of 6l. 6s. 8d. Parcel of the

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Abby . The Parish Churches of St. Margaret by Westminster Abby . St. Martin in the Field , by Charing Cross . Thus have ye in the Wards of London , and in the Suburbs of the same City, the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac S yn argoeli bod yn li-yddianus iwav. Brodor ei ydvyw o Lansadwrn, Caerfyrddin, a dechreuodd , bregethu yn Charing Cross, Llundain. Y1 -Nos Fercher diweddaf, cafwyd cyfarfod am- mr rzyviaethol ganGymdeithas Lenyddol yCarneddi. w Y Parch. J. T. Job Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By JOHN BUNT, AT THE EXAMINER OFFICE, LANE, COVENT GARDEN. 181T. e , __- toneDNTi., OtEr C7E, &C.-'Piren nar Charing Cross, 47,. jFire in St. Paul's Church Yard, 63, 79.'. Awful case of a youth terrified into madness, 96.. Swindling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aftr eunse debate. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mlonday, April 10. Mr Ha-o ussE presented a petition front the lnhabitattts of Charing Cross, praying titrut enqpelisatian, might be miade to thesi for the injury they Woutld sustain in the improvements about to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vrereegn, in a paid letter. Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs Chinese), admI!eied for thein agreeable softness sod durability, Ms~psrdoen.B ieilssdFoge~iSWarehou~se,7KenPWWaom strect, Charing Cross. GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. REAT COATS, FROCK and DRESS G COATS, and every other article of Gentlemen's Dress for the present Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Office, at the North West corner of the General Post Office, or the sevored Branch Offices in Lombard street, Charing Cross. Vere street, and High street, Borough. The charge for such Orders wil be Sixpence orb suisoof T'vo Pounds and Subscribers-only content

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

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    Henry Sherry, Theft, 11/07/1694

    that he joined in the Robbery with one Thomas May , lately executed, and broke open the Shop at Charing Cross , and brought the Swords to May's Chamber, about Three a Clock in the morning , and the Prisoner


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