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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 10 Billingsgate Ward. Modern State thereof.

    inhabited by divers Merchants. On the East side is Cross Lane , which falls into Idle Lane against St. Dunstan's Church . Austins Court but mean, lying Northwards of Cross Lane . Massies Court a little more Northwards, hath a

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Modern State thereof.

    Trinity House . Harp Lane. Bakers Hall. Cross Lane . St. Dunstan's Hill . Church Lane . Fowle Lane. Coffin Court . St. Dunstan's Church . Church Alley . Idle Lane. Cross Lane . Priests Alley. Mincing Lane. Clothworkers Hall.

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. St. Giles in the Fields. Streets.

    Drury Lane , a very ordinary Place. St. Thomas Lane fronts Cross Lane , and also runneth into Drury Lane . This Place, with Lutners Lane, and Cross Lane , with the several Courts, are but of small Account either

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    after a little Way, groweth wider, and better inhabited, especially towards the Thames : Out of this Alley is Cross Lane , a Place of small Account, which leadeth into Harts -horn Lane; and here is a small and ordinary

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. Modern State.

    on both sides for about 120 Foot. Bush Lane from Canon Street Southwards on both sides as far as Cross Lane ; which hath the North side in this Ward. Suffolk Street , the West side at the North end

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Salford

    by Cross Lane , the Cattle Market is passed on the west side. 7 After passing the railway station and crossing Regent Road, the entrance to the great Salford Docks of the Ship Canal Company is seen. Cross Lane ,

    Hornchurch Education and charities

    a mixed secondary (modern) school in 1952 . It was enlarged in 1964 . 66 Abbs Cross school, Abbs Cross Lane , was opened in 1958 as a mixed secondary (technical) school. It was enlarged in 1973 . 67 Maylands

    Street Names

    and 1750. 39 Cross bridge was mentioned from 1311. 40 It carried Toll Gavel across Walker beck. Cross garths, Cross Lane , see Register Square. Cross Street was made c . 1827 41 and known at first as Register Street,

    North division North Frodingham North Frodingham parish c. 1850

    century a school was built in the southern lane and chapels added to the main street and a northern cross lane. 89 In the 20th century the village has grown to the south and east, the new buildings including two

    Worthing Growth of the town Worthing Town Center c. 1975 Worthing c. 1975

    by 1813 . 55 Development west of South Street , on both sides of Montague Street , then called Cross Lane , began at about the same time. Sumner or Summer Lodge , on the east side of Montague Place

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Peace and Harmony

    Number (1863): 496 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Queen's Head Inn, Fore Street, St. Austell, Cornwall 1844 White Hart Hotel, Church Street, St. Austell, Cornwall 1855 Masonic Hall, Cross Lane, St. Austell, Cornwall 1874

    Crescent Lodge of Good Intent

    Intent No. 4524 Meeting Places Hemsley House Masonic Hall, 41 The Crescent, Salford, Lancashire, England 1923 Cattle Market Hotel, Cross Lane, Salford, Lancashire, England 1926 Hemsley House Masonic Hall, 41 The Crescent, Salford, Lancashire, England 1932 Hemsley House, 41 The

    Royal Athelstan Lodge

    London 1769 Griffin, Villiers Street, York Buildings, London 1790 City of Hereford, Litchfield Street, Soho, London 1791 Red Lion, Cross Lane, Long Acre, London 1792 Bedford Arms, Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, London 1793 Crown, Seven Dials, London 1796 Coachmakers' Arms,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn unig a ddewis- wyd, a hyny trwy fwyafrif mawr: y brawd a etholwyd Y{ ydyw Mr. John Edwards, Cross Lane. Ymnddiddanwyd u Ag efyn y cyfarfod hwn am ei brofiad crefyddol, am ei farn am'athrawiaethau yr efengyl, ac am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yin LM nghapel y Methodistiald, Llanelwy, gan y Parch. i'r Jonathan Jones, Mr. S. D. Thomas, Peasley ol, street, Cross Lane, St, Helens; mab Mr. E. Thomas, Pentre Bach, Cefn, Llanelwy, a Miss Rachel Fanny Roberts, merch ieaangaf Mrs. Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chester. Wm. Glynne, B.A., 4, Earl St., Broughton, Manchestsr. Mlri. Morgan Williams, 79, Manchester Rd., Bolton. Hugh Evans, 121, Cross Lane, Salford. LLVI¶DAIN ...... .. .. Parch. W. Ryle Davies, 76, Tufnell Park Road, London, W, ,, S. E. Prydderch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certain sitnimonses un~der the Betting ef Act, 1853, against the Malnohester Racecouree Companly, te for allowing tho course ins Cross Lane, Salfored, to 'no used for tho pirposte of betting ; acid also against is thirty other persons for hatting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the stipen. diary magistrate of Salford on Mr. James Brown, a grocer, trading as Brown and Co., at 114, Cross Lane, for selliqg fthe article knows, as butterine when butter was asked fcc by the customer. Ruiz Zorilla suddenly left Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    Ship Three Flower-deLuces streets: fire-arms fired in, Arlington St. Arundel St. Bennett St. Birchin Lane, Cheapside, Cornhill, Cranbourne Alley, Cross Lane Dean St., Soho, Drury Lane, Little Drury Lane, Fetter Lane, Fleet St., Gerard St., Holborn, [Jermyn St. ] , Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1670, 01 May 1670-31 May 1670

    Was present at the Bell in Bell Yard with John Poulter, when he heard Nich. Cox, an Anabaptist, of Cross Lane, Lukener's Lane, St. Giles, say that he would not submit to the new Act made against conventicles; that he Subscribers-only content

    Minutes of a Whig Club, 1715

    ditto Benjamin Boyden, coffeeman, ditto John Elderton, pewterer, ditto Christopher Smith, ditto Dod Brereton, Idle Lane Robert Lord, cooper, Cross Lane James Bedingfeld, Thames Street Charles Townley, ditto James Wyke Ralph Rawlings, ditto Charles White, ditto John Coleman, cooper, ditto

    William III, November 1697, 01 November 1697-30 November 1697

    ] Nov. 21. Whitehall. Warrant to search the house of Mrs. Pope at the sign of the Ship in Cross Lane for persons mentioned in a proclamation of the 11th inst., supposed to be concealed there. [ Ibid., p . Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HEWET, John, of Leicester.

    who attested documents at Leicester in 1414 and 1416, owned a messuage in Cross Lane, in St. Peter’s parish. He was present at the parliamentary elections of 1420, 1421 (May), 1425 and 1426, and witnessed the indentures.[footnote] He was dead

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

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    ELEANOR M'CABE, ANN SHERLOCK, Violent Theft, 10/12/1783

    I did, and there were more of them at the door. Jury. What street was it in? - In Cross Lane . Did you see any knife, or any thing of that sort? - No. Are you positive them were

    ANN LAWLER, Violent Theft, 10/12/1783

    of November the 15th, about eleven o'clock, I was robbed, I was in the house of George Williams in Cross Lane , and the prisoner was in the house, when I paid for my beer I took out my purse,

    Sarah Floyd, Theft, 05/12/1722

    the Prisoner and went to drink with her at a Tavern; and afterwards from thence to her Lodging in Cross Lane : That after he was come out of her Lodging, and was going home, he clap'd his Hand upon

    Ordinary's Account, 28/12/1763

    , Wapping ; and Elizabeth Osborn for the robbery of John Baily of one shilling, at a house in Cross Lane near Little Queen Street : And three were ordered for execution on Wednesday February 15 , viz. John Prince


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