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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 The Cities Entertainment of K. Charles I.

    given for Serving up of Dinner, to their Table. The Place appointed for it was the Hustings, at the East End of the Hall: Which was raised almost two Yards from the Ground; the Floor being covered with Turky Carpets;

    Book 1, Chapter 27 SUTTON's Hospital. Orders.

    , & c. and of the Possessions thereof. Dudley Lord North had a Mansion House at or near the East End of the Charter House; concerning which, the said Act made a Proviso, that it should be not extend to

    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maior.]

    their Courts) they would present one Person only of the City to the Maior and Aldermen, setting on the East End of Guild-hall (viz. in the Hustings) for their elected Maior for the ensuing Year. But the Aldermen opposed, saying,

    Book 6, Chapter 6 Covent Garden Parish. Monuments.

    18, 1700 . Elizabeth Hanbury , 1701/2 . And her Husband Philip Hanbury . In the Portico at the East End . On the Wall. Requiem. per omnes ferè Europæ Regiones diu sed frustra quæsitam, tandem heic invenit, Nov. 28,

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Regalia.

    great Integrity, so great a Trust being reposed in him. The Place where they are kept is at the East End of the New Armoury . Before one Blood by Name, boldly, and by an unparalleled Impudence and Craft, stole

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Jews

    proposed an East End Scheme, to consist of a large synagogue with all the ancillary services the immigrants required. Many immigrants, however, distrusted the westernized and often lax Anglo-Jew of the United Synagogue . The East End Scheme had to

    Bethnal Green Parliamentary Representation

    included part of Hackney M.B.: ibid. 49. The Times , 14 May 1983 , 4 a . Bennett, ' East End Newspaper Opinion', 231; The Times , 11 Jan. 1906 , 10 f . The Daily Telegraph , 30 Apr.

    North Leigh Introduction

    closes that formed a crescent from East End to New Yatt . North and west of the clay are outcrops of cornbrash and forest marble, the latter quarried for freestone at East End for 500 years or more. Much of

    North Leigh Nonconformity

    because of troubles within the Wesleyan movement generally, partly because members were drawn away to a separate meeting at East End and to the Primitive Methodists. The chapel was rebuilt in 1873 with assistance from Shepherd's son, also Joseph, and

    Combe Introduction Combe 1778

    by the imparkment of c. 35 a. at East End known as Combe , or Broad, leys. By 1778 an area of 17 a. east of the houses at East End had been taken into the park, and shortly afterwards

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie cy'deus. Yr oedd yno o leiaf I bedsir mil ar ddeg. Decbrenwyd gan Mr. Archibald d 'Brown, o'r East End Tabernacle. Canal Sankey, a r Ichyfarchodd Moody y darf, oddiar " Ceisiwch yr y Arglwydd tra galler ei gael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pethau mawr oedd yn cael en gwneyd, fod dwy fil wedi aros yn ol mewn cyfarfod gweddi yn yr East End Tabernacle y nos o'r blaen. a bod cynifer a chant wedi en dychwelyd. Adroddai Capt. H. Morton am ymweliad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwasanaeth yrn modd trwy yr wythnos yn yr Hall fawr, hyd y Sabbath, pryd y dechreua yr Efengylwyr ar au llafur yn yr ystafell yn yr East End. Cynhelid gwasanaeth arbenig i blant yn yr Hall fawr nos Fawrth diweddaf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eu gwaith. .yz yr Agricultural Hall i derfyniad amn y preienol1 ao wedi dechreu ar eu lafur yn yr East End; llie y . mae miloedd yn ymgynull ynghyd i'w gwrando. Mae y gwaith yn yr Agricultural Hall, Bodtd; bynag, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i dynu cynulleidfaoedd mawrion ac astud yn y rhanau newyydd o'r Brifddinas y maent wedi deebreu llafurio22ynddynt. Yn yr East End, mae yr efengylwyr yn cael eu hunain ymhlith dosbarth tra gwahanol o bobl i'r rbai a fynych- ent yr Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.1250

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Dunscroft (Dunscroft) : undefined Crookes Broom (Crooksbroom) : undefined Ash Hill Ho (Ashhill Lings) : undefined East End(East End) : undefined West End (West End) : undefined Slay Pits (Slaypitts) : undefined Bearswood Green (Bearswood) : undefined

    CP.H.2572B

    Ryther (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Ryther (Rither) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ryther (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Old Laund (Old Laund) : fieldname East End(East End) : fieldname Ryther (Ryther) : manor Meere Hagg (Meerehagge, Merehagge, Mere Hages, Mere Hag) : fieldname Ringe Hagg

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Plucknett Lodge

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1708 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Railway Hotel, Ballard's Lane, Finchley, London 1877 Bald Faced Stag, East End, Finchley, London 1881 Woodside Hall, Woodside Park, North Finchley, London 1894

 

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