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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    young lady is doing well.- Taunton Courier. On Friday, a wild bull broke loose from the pound by the Cherry Tree, Clerkenwell, run into the workhouse, and tossed a Mrs. Robiani, a tna- tronly Italian lady, without however doing lier Subscribers-only content

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    applications for the renewal of the grant of-music licences. We do not wonder. A licence was refused to the Cherry Tree, at Southgate, not on account of the landlord, who was be. Iieved to be a very respectable man, but, Subscribers-only content

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    SUICIDE.-OnflMondayan inquisitionwas holden atthe Cherry Tree, Southgate, on view of the body of Mr William Matthews, aged 50, many years a respectable boot and shoemaker; but who had been desponding of 'ate, and had complained very bitterly that his losses Subscribers-only content

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    his trial for the offence.M GAMBL IING AND SELF- Mli JER.-On Monday an in- quest was held at the Cherry Tree, Bromley, on the body of George Taylor, aged 21 years. From the evidence, it ap- peared that the deceased, Subscribers-only content

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    "Novel" Pic-nic, and its Consequences, By Alfred W. Cole. On Sympathy with Unknown People. By Mary Cowden Clarke. Tthe Cherry Tree. By Csarles Strain. The Country Post Office. The Conker Wormt aTale, By William Dalton. The Sheep : its Importance, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Sociable Lodge

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Black Lion, Jockey Fields, Gray's Inn, London 1731 Apple Tree, Leather Lane, Holborn, London 1741 Cherry Tree, Leather Lane, Holborn, London 1747 Salutation and Cat, Newgate Street, London 1751 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1772 Queen's


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