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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    in N.M.R. 53. Church of the Ark of the Covenant, Rookwood Road , interior. Photograph, 1966, in N.M.R. 54. Clapton Park Congregational Church, interior. Photograph, 1977 , in N.M.R. 55. St. Barnabas 's Church, Shacklewell Row, interior. Photograph, 1964, in

    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    they too were taken for the east part of the company's Clapton Park estate. 62 Plots in Elderfield Road were conveyed to Edward Withers for its Clapton Park No. 2 estate in 1872 -3. 63 On the main road the

    Hackney The Parish Church

    St. Mark's, Dalston , and St. Luke's , Homerton . There followed Holy Trinity , Dalston , All Souls', Clapton Park , and St. Michael and All Angels', Stoke Newington Common , and, in the 1890s , St. Paul's ,

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    Building Society. Chapels were often attached to schools and formed part of an impressive range of buildings, as at Clapton Park , the successor to the Old Gravel Pit chapel, in 1871 . Such expense testified to the munificence of

    Hackney Homerton and Hackney Wick Clapton Common c . 1830

    Building Co. was diverting footpaths from the end of Brooksby 's Walk, which it was to extend across its Clapton Park estate as Chatsworth Road. 27 The building of a fever (later the Eastern) hospital along the Grove filled the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clerk in Pubic Company, or large Mercantile House. Hi beat testimnonialn. Moderate salary.-Ad reaa;, Rt., 94. Blurtora Road 0 Clapton Park, ILoudan, E. go3 DAMI.-Warintei, by young Lady, Sitrnntjon; thorougbly 1Jexperienced Twov yearn, referance. Rofreobrment Rooma, or Hotel. -Addreoa, Miss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ahrn of Noncon- I formieterninistes who its a body ar antdi his favour. I Another large metng-was held at Clapton Park Theatre, 8 at which Profeso Stuart alSo spoke, dealing especially e with the usino Fair Trade. Meetings wvere held Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have declined the invitation which reached me three weeks ago, to become the minister of the new chapel at Clapton Park,; but it is imnpossible for me to wait till my return home before expressing my deep and earnest giatitude Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into the House of the Lord," br. R. W. Dale alluded to the invita- tion he recently received from Clapton Park Chapel, and the decision he had come to to remain in Birmingham. He said :-" Maly of you will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one or Coo otiser Ceninumasloiss either Malnuftoc- thireirs or Faettors.-Addree5, wIth llstlcotculae, to A. Z., Pitchook Hous1e. Boss'dloy Sitreei. Clapton Park. Londoen. elliS ijGENTl'yewho has extanaiee eonnections. Desires to Represent ao A~.good nmaker Ill hltloo, Bastr. Ituala, nit olivet Iron. Subscribers-only content

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