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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The eighteenth century Politics and military affairs

    was nominated in his place. Robert Fox Lane , son of the sitting member, then presented himself. Negotiations between the candidates were conducted by the mayor and some of the aldermen and Fox Lane agreed to stand down so long

    Parishes Westcott Barton

    edge of Middle Barton , and most houses lay along the lane leading south to the mill, the modern Fox Lane . In 1796 there were two cottages on the turnpike road south of the Dorn , and a house

    Edmonton Protestant nonconformity

    May 1909 and four months later a church hall was erected in Fox Lane . A church on the adjoining site at the junction of Fox Lane with Burford Gardens was opened in 1914 . 92 It is a red-brick

    Edmonton Growth after 1851 EDMONTON DEVELOPMENT FROM THE MID 19TH CENTURY

    the rest of the land was acquired by builders. Old Park estate (130 a.), bounded by Alderman's Hill , Fox Lane , and the railway, was bought by the British Land Co., 2½ a. fronting Hoppers Road were bought by

    Edmonton Education

    Southgate county school, a mixed grammar school for 600 children, which opened in 1910 . It was housed in Fox Lane until it moved to a new building in Sussex Way, Cockfosters , in 1960 . A second mixed grammar

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOX LANE, James (1756-1821), of Bramham Park, Yorks.

    FOX LANE, James (1756-1821), of Bramham Park, Yorks. Constituency Dates Horsham 1796 131802 Ofifces Held Lt. Dorset militia 1790. Biography ‘Being of an extravagant turn’, Fox Lane as a youth fell into the clutches of the money-lender Robert Mackreth*, who

    FOX LANE, George (?1696-1773), of Bramham Park, Yorks.

    FOX LANE, George (?1696-1773), of Bramham Park, Yorks. Constituency Dates Hindon 1734 1741 York 21 July 1742 1761 Biography In 1754 Lane was returned unopposed for York on the corporation interest. He was always counted as a Tory. In 1758

    MACKRETH, Robert (?1725-1819), of Ewhurst, Hants.

    in some of his deals. Over one performance Mackreth came down badly. In 1786 James Fox Lane, nephew and heir to George Fox Lane, pleaded before the master of the rolls that Mackreth, who ‘supplied young persons of rank and

    MACKRETH, Robert (d.1819), of Ewhurst, Hants.

    whom he had insulted and challenged in consequence of Scott’s having acted as counsel for his opponent in the Fox Lane lawsuit, which had cost him at least £20,000. He wrote to Hamond from his confinement, 20 May 1793:I could

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Amity

    Anchor and Crown, New Rag Fair, Upper East Smithfield, London 1787 Three Crowns, East Smithfield, London 1789 Marlborough Head, Fox Lane, Lower Shadwell, London 1792 Three Crowns, East Smithfield, London 1796 Golden Lion, Goodman Street, London 1799 George, High Street,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Cheap Ward, St Pancras Soper Lane (?Fox Lane)

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 City of London, Cheap Ward, St Pancras Soper Lane (?Fox Lane) City of London, Cheap Ward, St Pancras Soper Lane (?Fox Lane) 38 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value

    General Index, F,G, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    Edw. Somerset, petition of payment to Sir Stephen, army paymaster payments to warrants to Mr. Foxhall , see Vauxhall. Fox Lane , Wapping Frame Work Knitters , Company of Franakin , the, see Ships, names of. France , King of Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 142, Undated 1665, 01 October 1665-31 December 1665

    Ports, within a limited time . 96. ii. Account by Rich. Golder of concealed lands, partly built on, at Fox Lane, Wapping, supposed to be worth 1,000 l. a year, for which, when the title has been questioned , 30 Subscribers-only content

    Index, A - E

    late of St. Andrew's, Holborn, and late of London, 351, 352, 359, 360 Fossett Thomas, 334 Foster, John, of Fox Lane, Shadwell, lighterman, 313 Foxwell, John, of Gun Yard, Bishopgate Street, weaver, 313 Freeman, Frances, of Hackney, 347 Frith, John,

    Index, S - Z

    274, 302 Shadwell , Assessment made at, for furnishing, & c., the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337 " , Fox Lane, 313 " , John, gent., 386 " , in Stepney, 161, 256, 266, 267, 274, 277, 315, 335 "

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. A RoBuER SHOT-VERICT OF THE JuRY.-An inquest was held on Wednesday, (the 6th inst.,) at Nutley, near Basingstoke, on the body of Tomas Gilbert, who was shot the night before by Mr. W. H. Blatch, un- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and widow of Sir Felton Elwell Blathurst Hervey, Bart. Thu late Duke had also a daughter, married to Mr Fox Lane, but since dead; and a son, likewise deceased. By his Grace's demise, a lord-lientenancy and a blue ribbon, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Chapman and Co., Green L ane. NorchEvingtoo. lately resid inga atPryvStreet llelgrve,botlh Leicestershire, lately trading at Galov.-tree Gate, Fox Lane, and Granby Yard, Rutland Street, all Leicester, out of busrness, lately boot anld shoe mnanufacturer. EtDA.Rl. ALLEN WAoiw, William, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house, but could not toll how these articles were taken away. On Sunday evening she left her house in Fox Lane, and went to church. Sise, however, returned, and on reaching home attempted to unlock the door, but the key Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in all. SjVImIDE BY tnAgng.-On. Friday afternoon, alabourer named Frederick Blund, aged fifty-eight, and who had been living in Fox Lane, Lower Stafford Street, hanged himself in the kitchen of his dwelling. His body was dis- covered hanging by a Subscribers-only content

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