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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Standlake Introduction Standlake , Brighthampton , and Hardwick c . 1850 Hermitage in 1873

    the Bell at Rack End , transferred to High Street before 1804, 56 remained open in 1994 ; the Golden Balls at Brighthampton , licensed probably by 1753 57 and largely, rebuilt in the early 20th century, closed c .

    Parishes Toot Baldon

    and a few cottages. 14 At the southern tip of the parish lay the public house called the ' Golden Balls '. The house, though no longer licensed, stands at the cross-roads where the London road cuts the Clifton Hampden

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "wild' with tooth-ache. The ladies were mostly attired in aLilace dresses, trimmed with "Snowdrops' and evening 'Primroses," chains of "Golden Balls" round their necks. "Maiden Hair' fern in the '"Ladies' Tresses. :' They were also provided with " Ladies' Slippers" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Or=- W-EXKLY SUPPLEMLENT TO 'TEM LEEDS MERCURY OF SATURDAY, JULY 5TH, 1884. ; - . '1 * =8T MS1EhY OF TIHE hMUL: SXRB, SToat. Chapter 2 2n Lf-ontinued.) Chapter XXIV.-Valentine's Flight- . The Dreamn Ful~lled-Conclusdon. JlE WOCHISE: An Occasional Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ! Prosperous in te midst of misery-abounding with riches though all around be poor Methinks I see the Three Golden Balls hung over the door attended each by its Guardian Demon-and Vice, Folly, and Misfortune chuckle as their votaries enter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Golden Bell. Heeit frequently happens that telbsnmultrd at tics Shark and Sledgehammcr aio aso airs Isaldiard at The Three Golden Balls."'" He then proeeded to show "1the conveniencr of this nrrasgemenet." Having some knoslvel of the trade of a Licenard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evasive manner in which the Rev. H. W. Parkinson has replied to my remarks on his lecture, "The Three Golden Balls," calls forth a few further remarks upon the subject. In your paper of Saturday last he gives "an example Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Anne, November 1703, 01 November 1703-30 November 1703

    in March last information of a certain French spy who lodged in a Popish painter's house at the Two Golden Balls in Lincoln's Inn Fields, and had him arrested and detained [ details ] , but that subsequently he was Subscribers-only content

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