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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Topography, 1547-1720

    (the folk museum) is of three storeys with prominent gables and shallow oriel windows beneath the jetties. The ' Golden Cross ' in Southgate Street is a notable example of decorative box framing, but some of the framing was evidently

    Almshouses Shrewsbury

    the Mercers to recover possession of these endowments, which included their hall and adjacent properties in Steelyard Shut (later Golden Cross Passage) continued until the 1570s 12 but were unsuccessful. The only contribution subsequently made by the Mercers' Guild to

    The hundred of Stoke Colnbrook

    references in 1605 22 and 1635. 23 The name survives in Spittle Farm. On the site of the ' Golden Cross ' near Spittle Farm formerly stood a home for cripples called Cripple House, founded by David Salter . The

    Stonehouse Introduction

    after the main road became a turnpike in 1726 . 5 By 1772 there was another inn, the ' Golden Cross '. 6 By 1803 houses were grouped closely together around the cross-roads, 7 and by 1839 building there covered

    Social and Cultural Activities

    called Mauger's Hall, which became an inn at the beginning of Edward I 's reign and survived as the Golden Cross . 26 In 1285 no fewer than nine Oxford vintners were amerced for selling wine against the assize, and

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 4 [Modern State.] Coleman street Ward.

    rest is in Cheap Ward ; a Street well inhabited by Tradesmen. In this part of the street is Golden Cross Court, small, but well inhabited by wholesale Dealers . Coleman street . This street is large and long, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fuel, not horses, beingthe medium of impulse, the property of all public vehicles will naturally have changed hands; the Golden Cross, the Boll-and Month, the Bolt-in-Ton, and the Crass Keys, will have ceased to exist; and the stage coaches will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the least careful of his health. Or an apter but homelier illustration-the Cleik at the White Horse Cellar or Golden Cross puts the whole world is train to travel, he individually being perhaps the most stationary person in London. Just Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days ago, in consequence of a fall from his horse, Mr Taylor, the Bank Director. Mr Horne, of the Golden Cross, one of the largest coach-propietors in the world. On the 11th iust. at Clapham commuon, Emima, eldest daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be deferred, he returned it to the Princess, then at Brighton, in a coach parcel, which hIe booked attlse Golden Cross, Charing Cross, but which never reached the Princess. It is almost needless to add, that nobody'believed, this story. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Day, J., Great Baddow, Essex Millman, Col. F. M., Berkeley square Davis, F. HI., Lower Brook street Middlewitch, Samuel, Golden Cross, .panby, H., St Clement's Church Charing Cross Donovan, C., ditto Mortlock, W., Regent street iason, Captain George, Down street Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Golden Cross, High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1786 Star and Garter, High Street, Droitwich, Worcestershire 1802

    Vernon Lodge

    560 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1849 Golden Cross, High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1856 Old Town Hall, Queen Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1856 School Room, Rose Hill, Dudley, Worcestershire

    Lodge of Apollo and St. George

    Seven Dials, London 1768 Two Blue Posts, Arlington Street, Piccadilly, London 1773 Fountain, Broad Street, Golden Square, London 1778 Golden Cross, Charing Cross, London 1794 Argyle Arms, Argyle Street, Oxford Street, London 1797 Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Broad Street, Golden Square, London 1800

    Royal York Lodge

    Street, Brighton, Sussex 1826 New Ship Tavern, Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex 1828 Artichoke Inn, William Street, Brighton, Sussex 1830 Golden Cross, Princes Street, Brighton, Sussex 1836 Castle Inn, Castle Street, Brighton, Sussex 1841 White Horse Hotel, East Street, Brighton, Sussex

    Lodge of Perseverance

    never at Stretford. Meeting Places Legs of Man, Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire 1803 Swan Inn, New Street, Preston, Lancashire 1804 Golden Cross, Lancaster Road, Preston, Lancashire 1812 Roast Beef Inn, Friargate, Preston, Lancashire 1817 Joiners' Arms, Lord Street, Preston, Lancashire 1820

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    William Seward, Golden Cross, commercial inn, Oxford

    (W. S. begs leave most respectfully to) [Hotels, Trade cards, inn, hotel] "/ ry //.^/y/ ;*^Z^u /// ^ /' '/// Z/ / yy//// ^ /^ ' /// ^Z/ /// y /<^>v^>^/^v. /. ¦^^iarff r..^.^^^ ''¦ <f( ^^^^ f 2^*4J5^ Subscribers-only content

 

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