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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 6 St. Anne's Parish. The Church. Monuments.

    falleth into Silver-street , another small Street, on the Backside of Golden Square ; and here is Pott's Yard, a pretty large Place for Stablings and Coaches. Golden Square , a very handsome open Place, railed round, and gravelled within;

    Book 2, Chapter 1

    greatest Part of St. James's Parish , as St. James's Fields, Albemarle Buildings, St. James's Street , Piccadilly , Golden Square , all the Streets in the Soho Fields , wherein St. Ann's Parish ; also all Bloomsbury , Kings

    Book 6, Chapter 6 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    reaching to the Wall of the Pest-house, built by the Earl of Craven; whcch runneth from the Backside of Golden Square , to a Piece of Close or Meadow Ground which reacheth to Tyburn Road . Windmill-street , indifferent good,

    Book 6, Chapter 6 St. James's Parish. The Church.

    these Places, I shall begin with St. James's Square , and so proceed to the adjacent Streets. Then to Golden Square , and so shall take in all the Streets, as they lie in the Map, with the Courts and

    Book 6, Chapter 6 St. Paul's Covent Garden. The Church.

    dead Walls, which generally are dirty and ill kept. Frith-street , graced with good Buildings well inhabited, especially towards Golden Square . Greek street takes its Rise out of King's-street , and falleth into King's Square, and in its Passage

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Not in List until 1756. Meeting Places The Sun and 13 Cantons, Great Pulteney Street, Golden Square, London 1756 Crown and Anchor, Strand, London 1759

    St. James's Lodge

    Marshall Street, Golden Square, London 1754 Rustal's Coffee House, Sherrard Street, Golden Square, London 1759 Three Compasses and Punch Bowl, Silver Street, Golden Square, London 1761 Saddler's Arms, Swallow Street, London 1784 King's Arms, Marylebone Street, Golden Square, London 1788

    no name is given

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): Last entry Sept. 1765. Meeting Places King's Head, Marylebone Street, Golden Square, London 1753 Thistle and Crown, Swallow Street, London 1755

    no name is given

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bell and Dragon, King Street, St. James's Square, London 1738 Bell & Dragon, King Street, Golden Square, London 1739 King's Arms Tavern, Broad Street Buildings, Old Bethlem, London 1741 Horn and Feathers, Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons,

    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bull's Head, Little Windmill Street, London 1767 Crown, Silver Street, Golden Square, London 1769 Cock, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London 1771

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Shefford or Little Shefford

    died 4 April 1731 and Winchcombe Howard Packer was holding this manor in 1735 . 65 He died at Golden Square in London 21 August 1746 , and as he left no children and his next brother John had died,

    Mount Bures Introduction Mount Bures c. 1850 Mount Bures , Wakes Colne and Chappel, 1881

    made in Rowneys wood which lies north of it in Wakes Colne . Surviving long strips of garden at Golden Square and Well cot- tage may have been medieval doles of common lands from Glasswrights green. 16 The houses and

    Parishes Oswaldkirk Pickering . Ermine a lion azure crowned or .

    beautiful dropping gill. At the northern extremity of the wood the boundary line crosses Low Street , and, skirting Golden Square Wood, runs due east close to the River Rye , thence it turns south past Seamer Great Wood and

    Hampstead Protestant Nonconformity

    for her Connexion in 1780 but was later used by other Methodists. Wesleyans were meeting in private houses in Golden Square and New End in 1823 , and Calvinist Methodists in Kilburn in 1827 . Baptists were meeting in a

    Little Stanmore Manors

    a figure of George I in Leicester Square . Surviving treasures include an equestrian statue of George II in Golden Square ( Westminster ), two wrought iron side-gates and some railings bought for St. John 's churchyard, Hampstead , another

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friends, that his ACAHEMy for SINGING will OPEN on the 6th of January 1529, at his residence, No 10 Golden Square, and will close early in July. Particulars of terms may be bad 0n application to J. Willis and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hig Friendsthat his ACADEMY for SINGING will OPEN on the 6th of January 18,29, at his residence, No. 10 Golden Square, and will close early in July. Particulars of terms may be had on application to J.YWillis and Co Royal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cure, Msr John Rondos, father, ann, it. Wa2lker, Esq-, a magistrate-Mti A. lel'lcryre, aged 65, No. 3 Silver street, Golden Square, euredof gunta serena-te. Liston, llsq.,Matinetibrary,Hoamnsgutff KEro, cured of caaraact sold deafesess.-Mrs Burberaw. curod while at larsiea. of yucca. serenot, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in London, imagine the march of the constabulary force to Golden Square, in the lively faith that the rioters would go to meet them there. We have selected Golden Square for the parallel, because the Royal Square at St Helier's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tDesmond, 10 Cross Street, Regent Street; Nicholas English, 8 Holland Street, Hanover Square; Patrick Mul- vany, 20 Sherwood Street, Golden Square. They were subsequently removed to Bow-Street Police-station, whence they were taken before Sir Thomas Henry in the afternoon. Mr Subscribers-only content

 

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