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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanwell Introduction

    additions, but also with much interior timbering. Apart from Hammonds Farm (now demolished) 36 in the south-west and the Crooked Billet Inn and one or two other houses along the London Road these comprised all the areas of settlement until

    Middle division Roos Roos township 1784 Owstwick township 1852 Owstwick : Quaker Meeting House.

    97 Owstwick township 1852 There were one or two licensed houses at Roos in the later 18th century. The Crooked Billet or the Board was recorded in the 1820s , 98 and the Roos Arms has existed since at least

    Woodford Introduction

    the landlord for nearly fifty years from 1792. 59 At Woodford Bridge the White Hart and the Crown and Crooked Billet both existed in the late 18th century; 60 the former was rebuilt c . 1900 with an ornate front,

    Hornchurch Introduction HORNCHURCH , UPMINSTER , AND CRANHAM 1975

    1935, is a large house dominating the island site at the junction of High Street and Station Lane. The Crooked Billet , Billet Lane, was closed c . 1870. The building, thought to be about 300 years old, had been

    Parishes Odiham

    sharp turn eastward, and after supplying power to two mills at North Warnborough flows northward past Poland Mill , Crooked Billet and Borough Court , forming the western boundary between Newnham and Odiham . At Hook , which is partly

  • * British History Online * *

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    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1752 (nos 1076-1108)

    s . [ Marginal entry : Convicted & p d . 5 s . ] Mary Hill, at the Crooked Billet, in Clopton, Victualler Confessed Several Persons drinking in the Yard belonging to her House but in Consideration of her

    Venice, June 1659, 03 June 1659-28 June 1659

    Isle of Wight, who took the Grey Posthorse , with patents of the King of Sweden, and probably the Crooked Billet and Prince of Opmeere. Cal. S.P. Dom. 1659 60, pp. 98, 106. Col. Algernon Sydney, Col. Edward Montague, Sir

    William III, November 1701, 01 November 1701-30 November 1701

    the Crooked Billet near Puddle Dock; who from time to time publish all things that tend to treason and rebellion. Pray call these people to an account, and the evidence against them are, Michael Hastings, at the Crooked Billet , Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1659-31 December 1661

    sent to Charles from Naples, 250. -, petachio, 120. -, saettia, 251. -, names of: Advice; Angel; Benvenuta; Bristol; Crooked Billet; Elizabeth; Free Trade; Frigate Madonna; Grey Posthorse; Hampshire; Hannibal; James; Jersey; Kentish; Leopard; Lion; London; Newbury; Northumberland; Paramour; Plymouth;

    Index, C, 01 January 1659-31 December 1661

    principal author of fall of, 107; apartments at Whitehall prepared for Monk, 109. talk of restoring as Protector, 126. Crooked Billet , Dutch ship, taken by privateer, 34 n. Culpepper . See Colepeper. Cunha , Manuel da, bishop of Elvas,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rend the card of the plaintiff, by which be professed to rile ti ollost dresdfsl uiilmerts, "1 neor the Crooked Billet," and euded a ou1 rnrt ulirreratiOti by " N. P. Warts cUred." (Lrenghlter.) On tire p1rrIher side wsa a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    compromise from Sankey of 251. Being sent for by Mr HALLS, Levy stated that, onreaching the door of the Crooked Billet, Strand, with Delay,. the latter forced himself in, and going into the parlour swore that he would have a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    married the deceased at Jersey, during the time that he wva servio.g as a soldier. A.pril 2de, at the Crooked Billet public hue utGen akae 3 Hnry L Uffmany years the landlord of that house, which was kept by hi; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grocer. M. Nota, St Lawrence. Reading, to,: dealer. W. Flphick, Crooked Billet pubTic house, St Clem~ent's churchyard, victualler. BcAos-rcUTe ANN t'tLLen.-B. L. Courtaey, Walsall, Stafforadhire, ironmonger. 20 BtANRUPTS. 1. Large, Great Queen st. Lincoln's inn delde, coach maker. [Rogeos, Marchbes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the property of the Messrs Savory, goldsmiths and jewellers, 9 and 14 Cornhill, and Henry Osborne, landlord of the Crooked Billet public-house, on Tower hill, was charged with feloniously receiving the property, he well knowing it to be stolen. The Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Percy Lodge

    Temple, London 1791 Star and Garter, King Street, Westminster, London 1792 Three Tuns, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, London 1794 Crooked Billet, St. Clement's Church, London 1799 Sun, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 1801 Sun, Devereux Court, Without Temple Bar,

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

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    Edward Ryan, Theft, 24/04/1745

    had been laid for stealing in the dwelling house. Dorothy Udall . I keep a publick house at the Crooked Billet by the Hermitage-stairs . This tankard was taken out of my house between eleven at night and one in

    JULIA SMITH, ELIZABETH ISBESTER, Theft, 10/04/1834

    morning - I met these two prisoners - they asked for something to drink, and I went into the Crooked Billet with them - I gave the landlord half-a-crown, and he gave me 2s. 2 1/2d. change - I had

 

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