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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colne Engaine Local government

    of copyholds. 86 Courts were held at Christ's Hospital 's farmhouse or occasionally, in the 19th century, at the Five Bells . The last court was held in 1895 , but conveyances and enfranchisements of copyholds were entered in the

    Colne Engaine Introduction Colne Engaine c. 1650

    1695 . 13 There were two licensed inns in 1766 , the Three Cups and the Five Bells . 14 The Five Bells , some- times called the Bells in the earlier 19th century, was still open in 1997 .

    Finchley Local government Borough Of Finchley London Borough of Barnet

    church house, which from 1718 was the Queen's Head , or, if business concerned East End , at the Five Bells . A new room was built at the church in 1841 but could not accommodate the large meetings of

    Dry Drayton Introduction Dry Drayton c. 1800

    former manorial closes, had been created by the street north of the church. Dry Drayton 's inns included the Five Bells , opened after 1810, where the Oakington road met the Huntingdon turnpike. Recorded from 1841 it became solely a

    Finchley Social and cultural activities

    'cozenage at decoy at cards'. 6 Sport often centred on the inns. There was a cock yard at the Five Bells in 1776 , prize fights were held there in the 1840s , 7 and a man was killed at

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Freedom

    London 1742 Horse Shoe and Magpie, Holies Street, Clare Market, London 1744 Five Bells, behind New Church, Strand, London 1745 White Swan Tavern, Strand, London 1753 Five Bells, behind New Church, Strand, London 1753 Cross Keys, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden,

    Lodge of United Strength

    228 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Green Dragon, Paradise Row, Chelsea, London 1798 Five Bells, Chelsea, London 1803 Tuns, Morr Street, Soho Square, London 1805 Saddler's Arms, Swallow Street, London 1809 Artichoke, Lower Marsh,

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, November 1679, 11-20, 01 November 1679-30 November 1679

    in Stratton super Fosse, notice be first given to Mr. Tooker at Mr. James Coombs next door to the Five Bells by the Maypole in the Strand. Caveat Book , p. 7. Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt

    Corporation Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents

    Ewins Three Casels. marey Johns Ship and Castel. Thomas Dalton. William Prichard with Lion. William Westmacutt Greyhound. Robert Thomas Five Bells. Edward Thomas Cardiff Arms. Jn Lewis Globe. Tho s Graves. walter Phillips the Red Cow. James Thomas Cardiff Bote.

    The older inns of Cardiff

    Road, Penarth. This hotel represents the old Penarth Beach Inn, demolished c . 1875. FAIR OAK. Angel Street (1861.) FIVE BELLS. In Broad Street (1748, 1792, 1821.) Pulled down circa 1859, on the erection of the new bridge over the

    Index, F, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    Southampton, wife of Charles (afterwards Duchess of Cleveland), 213, 630. Fitz-Symonds , Orlando, serjeant at arms, 181, 635, 778. Five Bells (in the Strand), 258. Flamorie , Monsieur, Envoy from the Duke of Orleans, 182. Flanders , 51, 86, 124,

    Entry Book, December 1683, 1-10, 01 December 1683-31 December 1683

    Ford by the Dean and Chapter of Winchester; (6) a brick tenement south of No. 5, and called the Five Bells, a freehold of James Barefoot and let by him to Peter Buffield; (7) a little hopground south of No.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coach, ftll of inside and autside passengers, was driving at a quick rate, jurt- after it had pssed tile Five Bells, the coachtnat ran agaitnst a heavy country cart. The stage was instantly tpset, and the peo- ple oil the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house, is in custody.-s4irhting-Jsan Gaztte9- - = I On Tuesday an inquest was held at the sign of the Five Bells, Deptforad on view of the body of a young woman (name unknovrvn) taken out of'the Surrey canal.-Air Maddocks; a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Evebieg Couranst. A fire broke out at Neowmarket about six o'clock on Toesday evening, in the stables of the Five Bells, through the inebriety of the ostler. It was somse time before the engines could be got into play, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holborn, and has ootasincx beenjseard. of , - - m , Ot - Mond4y an inquest1was held at the Five Bells, Limehouse, on Mrs Mary Asan Hill5 aged;21 years,;.who had only been married about five months, and whose remains3 were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the wild funeral rites that were being performed. A LATE DISCOVERY.-On digging tie fbundation-ofa cart shed at the Five Bells, Wickham, on Monday and Tuesday last, six human skeletons were found at about two feet depth from the surface. Subscribers-only content

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

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    Katherine Walters, Theft, Theft, 08/04/1730

    of March last. The Prosecutor depos'd, That the Prisoner was employ'd as a Chair-Woman in his House, at the Five Bells in the Strand, and that missing Things from time to time, they suspecting her, watched her, and searching her,

    Richard Still, Theft, 23/02/1744

    the goods of Mary Crane , Feb. 18 . Susanna Higgs . I live with Mrs. Crane, at the five bells at Bow ; on Saturday morning, before my mistress was up, the Prisoner came in, and called for a

    Ordinary's Account, 14/02/1770

    loose and dissolate. He acknowledged, that Bromley and he were on their flight from justice, when apprehended at the Five Bells in Hammersmith , as his following letter to the turnkey of Toothelfield Bridewell doth shew. The LETTER. THIS comes

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