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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Protestant Nonconformity

    Arbury Road was built between 1928 and 1931 . The earliest trust deed of the Zion Baptist Chapel in East Road is dated 1845. There is also a chapel at Cherry Hinton . The St. Andrew's Street chapel had a

    The city of Cambridge Schools

    since the Castle End school was still independent at this time. The Barnwell schools, in School House Lane , East Road , were enlarged almost immediately to comprise three schoolrooms and three classrooms. This was more than any of the

    Wombridge Nonconformity

    Bank from 1830. 31 Before 1841, when it used Pocock's school, Ketley Bank , 32 the society met in East Road . 33 It was thus evidently not the dissenting body that met at the Lord Hill c . 1857.

    Hendon Churches

    the end bays of the aisled nave, a chapel, baptistry, vestries, and porches were added. A mission church in East Road , Burnt Oak , dedicated to St. Paul and served from St. John , West Hendon , was consecrated

    West Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    to have originated about 1883, possibly through missionary work carried on by members of the Independent Methodist church in East Road , 65 which seems to have had some Baptist connexions. A hall was built in 1885 on the corner

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 Trinity Hospital. ASKE's Hospital.

    other at Deptford ; which shall be mentioned in their Place. And as this Hospital lies on the great East Road from London ; so there is another as modern, situate at Hoxton , near the Northern Road; Viz. ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    medical assistance, but befOre doing so gave him some stimulants. He died a few lhiutes after. Dr Steadman, of East Road, who on Friday afternoon found the deceased in the condition de- stribed, said that the immediate cause of death Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the :£50. deposit was required to comrnlete the fittins for the school purposes. The letter was dated from 36, East Road, City Road. After some correspondence, in which witness entered into an engagement to become master of the school, an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. James Pattison, both of the Driffold, on the 16th inst., and 2a 3d. from Mr Josenh Todd, of East Road, Wylde Green, on the 15th inst. Prisoner went round hawkcing eggs, which he said were new-laid, but the majority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wanted, with £3,5v.: naioa industry. Investies- 3L tiesu soliciteil. 20per riet. Lucrrme guatntelrent eeurnity, O atccysln if desiried.-B, IS. East Road, uotn odon. c,6321 DARTNER Wanted, with small capital. to .JoiciAdvertiser, to . P Patent, &a,,a group of valuable aod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAO1TNERIWonted, with £-3,507.; national industry. Inveotica- h toe solioiteil. 21 pevtnt~ income gciaranteeil: rool sorority. Oecupaeton it desired.-IT. ,3. East Road, Hoston, Londlon. e,'1l D RCTFJSlIIP -13rsss-he.V1ed and Fanecy Brcass Nai Trd- AL Practical Man Rteeutres Pa.rtncr: sleeping preferred. Capitol Subscribers-only content

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