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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leonard Stanley Introduction

    apparently pulled down soon afterwards. Two inns, the ' White Hart ', mentioned from 1740, 26 and the ' Cross Keys ', mentioned fr om 1707, 27 overlooked the marketplace, standing respectively west of the Street and north of the

    The Guildhall, Council Chamber and Mansion House

    of the ' Cross Keys ' (formerly the Chapel of St. Christopher's Guild) 1 should be granted only yearly leases not only because the passage to the Guildhall was 'generally dirty by reason of the Cross Keys being a public

    Parishes East Lydford

    runs west to the Foss Way . Lydford Lane , known as Cross Keys or West Field Drove in 1838 , 9 runs south from Cross Keys to Babcary . A parallel road, known as Honeypot Lane by 1744 ,

    Wisbech Port, Nene outfall, canal

    the river bed under Wisbech Bridge 18 and vessels of any size had to unload at Foul Anchor or Cross Keys , 6 or 8 miles downstream respectively. Spring tides produced only a 4-foot rise and neaps did not reach

    South Mimms Local government

    most of the 18th century there was at least one court baron, in September. It usually met at the Cross Keys in the 18th century, and subsequently at the White Hart or White Horse . The bulk of the business

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1): No Records after 1789. Notes (2): No. 254 appears in Calendar 1800 and in Ahiman Rezons 1804 and 1813, as at " Cross Keys, Cockermouth." Is Blank in Ahiman Rezon 1807. Meeting Places Cross Keys, Cornmarket, Cockermouth, Cumberland 1789

    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): Continuous payments from 1756 to March 1761, when they cease. Meeting Places Cross Keys, Bear Street, Leicester Fields, London 1756

    St. David's Lodge

    12, now extinct, to join another Lodge, he having been in the country where no Lodge was held." -G.L. Min. Meeting Places Bear's Paw, London 1756 Cross Keys, Bear Street, Leicester Fields, London 1757 Ship, in the Strand, London 1771

    Lodge of Mercy and Truth

    Cross Keys, High Street, Evesham, Worcestershire 1824 Ship Inn, High Street, Pershore, Worcestershire 1826 Cross Keys, High Street, Evesham, Worcestershire 1826 Ship Inn, High Street, Pershore, Worcestershire 1827 Coach and Horses Inn, Bridge Street, Pershore, Worcestershire 1827 Cross keys, High

    no name is given

    0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Rummer, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London 1725 Cross Keys, Henrietta Street, London 1727 Three Tuns, Wood Street, London 1729 Three Kings, Spitalfields, London 1731 Sash & Cocoa Tree,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y Parch. 6Mr. Willams, geindog yr - nibnyr Mr. Arthur Pritchab I Traeth, Pwllheli, L aMis sMagaret Jones, Cross Keys, o'r n dref ; MARWOLAETHAU. Ar yr 8fedc cyfisol,, Mr. John Davies, boot & shoe maker, Trecastell, yn" 63 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r mis hwn, amser can y tafarndai yn y dref hon fydd 10 o'r gloch.-Daeth achos Mrs. Roberts, o'r Cross Keys, ymlaen, am oelwng diod mewn potel i ddyn oedd yn sefyll tuallan i'r drws ar oriau au. mhriodol. Dywedai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffambtizu -(9,PMrtt,.g. 'or- 3ob .Sicrheir y bydd i.ddywhaflad.MWatkin Wi] amya oni Ddadlelydd Cyffredinll gymeryd Ile yn uingyrchol ed ar olrhoddi ysl lFrenhinol wrth Fesur Uchel Lys r O Barn, yr hyn, yn ol yr olwg bresenol, na raid disgwyl: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Jones, Wesley Place; Mrs. Lewis Williams, Auctioneer; Miss A. Jones, Bridge st., Miss Roberts, Lion Hotel; Miss Roberts, Cross Keys; a Mrs. Jelf; pedwerydd fwrdd-Mrs. Griffith, Glyn; Miss Jones, New Shop; Miss Knowles, Miss Lizzie Rob rts, Mrs. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 1 0 D. Pughe, Irounmonger, Dclgelley . 1 1 0 E. Pughe, Ditto 1 1 0 Mrs. Roberts, Cross Keys, Dolgelley... 1 1 '0 Mrs. Roberts, Blue Lion. Dolgelley ...1 1 0 Sarah Evans, Star House, Dolgelley 1 1 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Mary - Volume 7, April 1556, 01 April 1556-30 April 1556

    though he had broken the splint bone. In a while he sent for me over the water to the Cross Keys, and I dressed him, and he was carried in a horse litter to St. Bride's parish. [ page . Subscribers-only content

    Plays and players

    to the Lord Mayor, requesting permission for the new company of players to be permitted to perform at the Cross Keys in Gracious Street (Gracechurch Street) "now that the sickness hath departed from the City." Dated from Nonsuch, 8th October,

    Henry VIII, October 1534, 21-25, 21 October 1534-25 October 1534

    Friars, Stamford, 25 Oct. Hol ., pp. 2. Add. : Master James Beckk, dwelling at the sign of the Cross Keys, the next house unto St. Magnus Church in going down toward Belyngsgate. 1308 . James Beek 3 to Cromwell.

    Volume 77, November 18-December 31, 1701, 18 November 1701-31 December 1701

    the lands, marshes, and fen grounds in Norfolk and Lincoln, lying in or near the parishes, & c. called Cross Keys, Clench, Wharton, and Walton Dam, Wyberton, Rode, Freeston, Richond Fee, and Fishstaffe, and also in the several places called

    Entry Book, May 1693, 21-31, 21 May 1693-31 May 1693

    the highway leading from London to Knightsbridge, and the ground called the Mount belonging thereto; the tenement called the Cross Keys, in the tenure of Francis Offin; another called the Golden Lyon with a stable thereto, in the tenure of

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Bass & Co's Pale Ale

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