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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Broadstreet Ward.

    mean. Still Court, or Alley, indifferent good, falls into Houndsditch . Devonshire Square , [made out of an House called Fisher 's Folly , an airy and creditable Place, and where the Countess of Devonshire in my Memory dwelt in

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    nothing uniform. The like are the Parts without the Gate, but not so good, except in some places, as Devonshire Square , & c. In this Street are these Courts, Alleys, and Places of name, beginning on the Southern part,

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Bounds and Limits.

    pretty good Buildings. And out of this Place is a Passage down Steps into a Court, which leads into Devonshire Square , treated of in Bishopsgate Ward . Greyhound Alley small and ordinary. Flower de lis Court, a Square Place,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Newington Growth: London Road

    the same period, 6 as was the police station ( 1868 ) at no. 33 High Street and the Devonshire Square Baptist chapel ( 1870 ) at the junction with Walford Road . 7 Nelson Terrace was rebuilt in 1868

    Stoke Newington Social and cultural activities

    at St. Mary 's by the 1880s . 54 Lecture halls were attached to Raleigh in 1880 and to Devonshire Square Baptist chapel in 1890 , and St. Mary 's sponsored lectures on church history in 1900 . 55 There

    Public health and medical services

    of the Crimean War soon produced results. In 1857 the governors applied to Mrs. Fry 's Nursing Institution in Devonshire Square for a superintendent nurse to regulate the nursing for a limited time. Advice from Florence Nightingale was forwarded by

    The ancient parish of Harlow HARLOW c. 1875

    came into the hands of receivers. 131 In 1724 Brendhall and Kitchen Hall were sold to Arthur Batt of Devonshire Square , London . 132 Batt (d. 1730) devised them to his brother William (d. c . 1770), with remainder

  • * British History Online * *

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    Memorial XXIII, Annual Festivals

    regard to the yeomen. 8. When the national defence rested upon the citizens, and they were trained first at Devonshire Square, and then at Moor Fields or Islington in archery and shooting, the Company gave them the use of the

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Bishopsgate Ward (Within and Without), Bishopsgate Without, Second Division, Devonshire Square

    City of London, Bishopsgate Ward (Within and Without), Bishopsgate Without, Second Division, Devonshire Square City of London, Bishopsgate Ward (Within and Without), Bishopsgate Without, Second Division, Devonshire Square 19 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax

    Index to places

    314, 315, 492, 494, 496, 497, 549, 714. Cross Keys (Thames Street) 312. Croyland Monastery 290. D. Davend 316. Devonshire Square 125. Doddington 293. Dogmansfeld 111. Dort 162. Drapers' Hall 113. Dublin 269, 273. Ducksfoot Lane 402, 403. E. East

    Charles II, August 21-31, 1683, 21 August 1683-31 August 1683

    Company that French weavers might employ as many Englishmen as French. One said the Trained Bands were kept at Devonshire Square that day, expecting the weavers would rise, whereon another replied, do they think they should know where they met Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    Edward. Crown Court, East Smithfield Custom House letters dated at Davies' coffee-house Derby House, letter dated at Devil tavern Devonshire Square, trained bands said to be kept in Dolphin in Barh ol Lane in Lombard Street Dick's coffee-house, Henry Trenchard's Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that subscriptions and donations will be received by the secretary, Mr. E. Colston Keevil, at the Society's offices, 17, Devonshire Square, Bishop~gate, or may be paid direct to the Capital and Counties Bank, Thread- needle Street. MESSRS. C. KEGAN PAUL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strives to lessen them, deserves to be liberally supported. Subscriptions may be sent to the Presi- dent at I7, Devonshire Square, Bishopsgate. THE second session since the admission of women to full rights of students in the classes of Arts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Itloge Head.J -A Ooenln~rfor elnemnist.-A~ply. Flasetood, Builder. e8562 D A Ldth;also large Enaemosnt. P,40.-Appl to Houtelmewe'o, ComrilChamsbers, 17, Devonshire Square, lilosai Streen E.C. 03 ~IOLT Street.-To Let, excellent corner Blijucene and Whn miose.-Apply, Oli Union Mill Compilly. '1SI? p Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 2, March 26 at 12, at Bankrupts.' Court. PcI., Bonefiteld, Philpot Lane, Eastcheap; off. assig., Graham, MIzo FBBNANDEZ, Devonshire Square, Bishopsgate, importeg of foreign sand, Feb. 20, at 11, March 26 at 1, at Bank. rupts' Court. Sols., J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAsN-FoU SCENE.-Yesterday (Wednesday) morning, between the hours of three and four o'clock, the inhabitants of Bishops- gate Street and Devonshire Square were painfully alarsmed in consequence of a fire breaking omit in a lofty range of premises occupied conjointly by Subscribers-only content

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

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    Richard Whiting, John Alderson, Violent Theft, Theft, Theft, 19/05/1697

    Comb-box, a Powder-box, two Caudle Cups, with divers other Goods . The Evidence declared that they were going through Devonshire Square , they saw the Window open, and one of them went in, and took the Plate, the other helping

    Ordinary's Account, 11/02/1751

    he made his Residence at Home with his Mother, and went out of Days to work for one in Devonshire Square , at Watch Spring-making ; which Art he had learnt of his own Accord, by seeing others working at

    The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913

    same Robbery with Mary Young . The Man having made his Escape, Young and Davis were carri ed to Devonshire Square , and several other Places in the City, in order to carry them before a Justice, not finding one

    Ordinary's Account, 09/07/1745

    he again wounded one of the watchmen, and made his escape; but was retaken going up the steps to Devonshire square . He was thereupon committed to the Poultry Compter, under the name of Burgess, where the goaler of Reading

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