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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester The cathedral and close

    were in the great court, in buildings adjoining the south wall (nos. 7-8 College Green ), south of St. Mary 's gate (no. 14 College Green ), and west of the inner gate (later Community House). The great cloister was

    Gloucester Public buildings

    moved to the grounds of Paddock House , north of the later Pitt Street , and in 1839 to College Green . 84 In 1865 it was moved to the park at the Spa, 85 where it remained, much weathered,

    The city of Worcester Cathedral and priory

    The house was pulled down about 1717 and a new house built for his use at the corner of College Green opposite the Deanery, 47 but the raised aisle remained till 1860. The main transept is the same size as

    Durham cathedral Monastic buildings DEANERY. DURHAM : GROUND PLAN

    op. cit. 101. The south end serves as a public way from the cloister to the outer court ( College Green ) by a m odern doorway in the south wall. It is a restoration, but apparently is a copy

    The Minster and its precincts THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS

    Old Residence were removed in 1861 -2 and on the sites of the houses and their gardens was made College Green ; 37 the Green was extended in 1955 . 38 THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS By 1880 the topography

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. R. Co., 16, 3 South Castle-street, Liverpool. 3 ChiefOffiee-Liverpool: 16, South Castle-street. London Office: 25, Moorgate-street. Bristol: '8, College Green. Glasgow Office: 59, Robertson-street. C. R. 6CHALLEB, General Agent. CYNGERDD MIir. T. J. HUGHES, LIVERPOOL. G R A ND Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & M. R. R. Co., 16, South Castle-street, Liverpool. Chief Office-Liverpool:16, South Castle-street. London Office: 25, Moorgate-street. Bristol: 38, College Green. Glasgow Office: 59, Robertson-street. C. R. SCHiALLER, General Ageni.t (;WELLHAD ODDIWRTH YR ANWYD mewn deng mynyd. IlfAYBIAA'S BALSAM of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. R. R. Co., 16, South Castle-street, Liverpool. Chief Offlee-Liverpool: 16, South Castle-street. London Office: 25, Moorgate-street, Bristol: 38, College Green. Glasgow Office: 59, Robertson-street, C. R. SC5ALLER, General Ageat. GWELLHAD ODDWRTH YR ANWYD imewn deog mynyd. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. R. R. Co., 16, South Castle-street, Liverpool. on ChiefOffice-Liverpool: 13, South Castle-street. London Office: 25, Moorgate-street. Bristol: 38, College Green. Glasgow Office: 59, Robhrtson-street. C. R. SCRALLER, General Agent. SALES BY AUCTION fly MR. LEWIS WILLIAMS, DOLGELLEY. NN Thursday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. R. B. Co., 16, South Castle-street, Liverpool. Chief Office-Liverpool: 16, South Castle-street. London Office: 25, Moorgate-street. Bristol: 38, College Green. Glasgow Office: 59, Robertson-street. C. R. ScuALLEB, General Agent. - 1 1 1 I i SALEIS BY AUCTION MR. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Gloucestershire Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 1141 Lodge Number (1863): 839 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Beaufort House, College Green, Gloucester, Gloucestershire 1861 Bell Hotel, Southgate Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire 1866

    Royal Sussex Lodge of Hospitality

    to relocate Meeting Places Shakespeare Tavern, King Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1769 Lamb Inn, Broadmead, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1771 Old Crow, College Green, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1773 Goat, on the Quay, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1777 Assembly Coffee House, on the Quay, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1785

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    " (Cheers),-Freeman ' s Journal, 23rd September, 1887 . Mr. Gibb also put the plea for a Parliament on College Green with characteristic naivete when he said at the same meeting:- • " It struck him from what he had Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    colleagues, he promised them that they would leave no stone unturned until the Irish people had a Parliament in College Green again. (Loud cheers.) The object of the Government was to exasperate and annoy them, but they ought to do Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    1887 . W. REDMOND , M.P., CONFESSES TO THE MAHDI SPEECH. Mr. W. Redmond , M.P., speaking at the College Green Branch of the National League in Dublin , on Friday, 9th December , said :- Ho had often been Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    HOME RULE MOVEMENT. ••The Rev. Frederick Hastings made a slight mistake last evening in addressing his friends of the College Green National League. But he is not likely to do it again. He began his speech bj ' addressing the Subscribers-only content

    The truth about Ireland, 1884

    places as Newry; and there is no reason to suppose that they would regard with aversion a Parliament in College Green in which Protestants stood on the same footing with Catholics, although on no higher one. A mutual defence association, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 235, Undated 1590, 01 January 1590-31 December 1590

    Trinity College and St. John's College, Cambridge, about the inclosing of a piece of common ground, usually called Trinity College Green containing seven acres or thereabouts. 33. Declaration of the title and claim of St. John's College to the piece Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 37, June 1-21, 1661, 01 June 1661-21 June 1661

    Company of Foot in Sir Rob. Harlow's regiment. Minute. [ Ent. Book 2, p . 2. ] June 17. College Green, Gloucester. 69. Thomas Harvey to Richard Phillips. Has been unable, from the shortness of time, to obtain more subscriptions Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    Capt. Laurence de, petitions of Colewert , letter dated from Coling , Rich., letter of Colladon , Sir John College Green (Gloucester) Colleton , Sir John Collier Row Ward Colliers , Rich. Collingwood , George Collins , John (plotter) Collonel Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Tavern Sugar Loaf streets and places: Capell Street Chichester House, letter dated at, summons to appear at, form of College Green Four Courts, building of, marshal of Francis Street Marshalsea (Marishalsey), prisoner in Ordnance Office, letter dated at Parliament House, Subscribers-only content

    Anne, June 1703, 01 June 1703-30 June 1703

    all answered by as many volleys from the two regiments in the Lower Castle yard and the militia on College Green; and, in the evening, there were bonfires, illuminations and all imaginable demonstrations of joy ." Pp. 2 . Endd. Subscribers-only content

 

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