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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Social and cultural life

    an inland social resort, medicinal springs. The first spring apparently exploited in Gloucester was one in the garden of Eagle Hall (later Old Spa House) in lower Westgate Street . 53 In 1788 the lessee of the house, Thomas Lewis

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Topography

    Westgate Street , which was rebuilt by Anthony Freeman soon after he bought it in 1724 . 23 Called Eagle Hall in 1801 , it was later known as Old Spa House, for a medicinal spring in its garden was

    Edmonton Education

    been opened as a boarding-school before 1840. 27 The largest boarding-schools in Southgate in 1851 were Eagle Hall and College House. Eagle Hall in High Street had been opened in 1783 for the sons of the local gentry by Isaac

    Edmonton Growth before 1851

    a former mansion in High Street between 1769 and 1778 and two others added near by before 1798. 58 Eagle Hall , on the west side of High Street , existed by c . 1783 when Leigh Hunt 's father

    Friaries The house of Grey Friars

    of the image of the Blessed Mary Virgin of Pity,' 61 ( 1438 ) and James Hedyan, principal of Eagle Hall ( 1445 ). 62 John Dongan ( 1464 ) was buried in the cemetery. 63 Richard Leke, brewer of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ht. Chaplin's). at Eleren.-This day, Feb. 22, Thc Kennel Thursday, Feb. 23, at Ashby Toll-bar; Friday, Feb. 24, at Eagle Hall ; Saturday, Feb. 25, at Auborn Moor. The CneIsnIsE 1HOUNDs, at Eleen.-Tlis day, Feb. 22, at M--iie(dalo: Thursday, Feb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TsILsY'S HouNDes, at ttevent-Saturday, Feb. 25, at Holt. BuRTON HUNT (Mr. H. Chaplin's), at Etrm.-This day, Feb. 24. at Eagle Hall; Saturday, Feb. 25, at Auborn Moor. The Corresseonr HouNsD, at Eees.-Thia day, Felx 2&, A the Bull Inn (Witham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green Saturday, 28, Bylield. Ltoatrex tat 11.-This day, January 23, Thonnork: Wednes- day, 25, Gate Burton ; Thursday, 26, Eagle Hall; Saturday, 28, Ciav Bridge. Co3rswoLx (at 1l).-This day, January 23, Rising Sun; WVed- nesday, 25, Air Balloon; Saturday, 28, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ansi. the Satid excellent Turnip Land:.atsd also a Pluntation containing three Acres, together with the Manot and Coommacrdry of Eagle Hall afore- said, anrd all thei Royalties, Privileges, Waste Lands, Rights,: Mcinsbers and Appurtenances theretv be- longin.g This Estate, besidles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    previ- ously disprsed of by Private Contract of thich Notice will bc given, A Singularly DESIRABLE ESTATE, at * Eagle Hall, Eight Ailes from the floirishting Market Towrn of Newark, about tIre same 1)istance 'from Linciln, arid not more ttan Subscribers-only content

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