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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whitchurch

    1903 . 4 A few scattered houses to the east of Dunn Mill are known as Little London . Holborn Hill Farm, part of the old rectorial estate, is in the west of the parish. Dr. Lipscomb , author of

    Parishes Great Marlow

    1631. 206 In the June of the following year he was killed by the overturning of his coach down Holborn Hill , 207 leaving as heirs his second cousins John Rous , clerk, and Margaret Holborne, wife of Oliver Ridge

    Industries Musical instruments

    About this date he was joined by Wood, and flageolets with the makers' stamp ' Bainbridge and Wood, 35 Holborn Hill ' are described in Day's Catalogue . 61 Brass Instruments .- Messrs. Rudall , Carte & Co. claim to

    Economic and Social History Mills RIVERS

    Street near its junction with Long Acre . The mill pool lay some way upstream, above the point where Holborn Hill crosses the Hockley Brook . 16 The mill may have been one of the three mentioned in Aston and

    Communications Roads leading to Birmingham c . 1950 CANALS RAILWAYS

    second was at Saltley , and the third, still called Aston Church Road , crossed between Washwood Heath and Holborn Hill . Probably none of these was as satisfactory as the crossing between Deritend and Digbeth : the inhabitants of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mi a'th osodaf ar lawer."' Wedi gweddio a chanu emyn, eludwydc y corff i fywent eglwys y Drindod Sanctaidd, Holborn Hill, Millom. Gweinyddwyd gan y Parch. John Irnne, vicer. Ymysg y galarwyr yr oedd Mr. W. W. Jones (brawd), Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forster, Newitigton Causeway, builder. Solicitors, Messrs Burfoots, King's Bench wvalk, Ieml~le. Saturday,, February I. I NSOLV E.TS. R. Fiorne, Holborn hill, shoe maker. II. Woolcombe, Duke street, Aldgate, stock-dealer. J. Bowley, Brvdyes street, Covent garden, broker. IV. Johnson, Dudley, Worcestershiire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Archer, Maidstone, corn-merchant. G. Hopkins, Oversley Mill, Warwickshire, miller. M. A. Joseph, Mansell street. Goodman's fields, coal.trerchant. it. Horne, Holborn hill, shoe-mancfacturer. G. Stanley, Upper Ground street, Surrey, ironmonger. B. Dring, Hamntnersmnitlttallow-chandler. WY. Tuck, Elsing, Norfolk, miller. T. Hudson, High Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coc'kspur strect; Btrsy and Lloyd, IS tCreel. stteet; Low, 330, and P'rcsst, 226 Straod, Butler, 4 Ch(apside; Burgess, 03 Holborn hill; Sutton, Bow Church yard Edwards, 67, and Newbery, 45 St Paul's Church lard; Barclay and Sonis, i5 Fleet tarket; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No. 32 Duke- street, Manchester square; Mr Thomas, Stationer, 2 York street, Coveut garden; and Mr Firth, Bootnoaker, 112 Holborn hill, one doos from Hatton garden. NERVOUS COMPLAINTS and DEBILITY.-Dt FOTHER. CILL'S NERVOUS DROPS.-To those who are afflicted with nervous Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix, February 1587, 07 February 1587-07 February 1587

    to his cousin Thos. Barham at the foot of Holborn Hill. Great stir against the English and their goods. Has saved himself by becoming naturalized and is now a burgess of Rouen, at the cost of 20 l . Concerning

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 30, February 1587, 01 February 1587-28 February 1587

    10. Thomas Browne to his cousin, Thos. Barham, at the foot of Holborn Hill. Such have been the troubles here since my coming from Paris, that there never went a post or messenger, but he has been sent back, and Subscribers-only content

    Biographical Appendix, 1827-8 Committee

    Without 1818-53; member, Non-Con Club; cousin, Edgar Taylor; Unitarian; Dissenting Deputy. Walker, Thomas: represented Protestant Society. Watson, John: of Holborn Hill; represented Unitarian Assn.; member, NonCon Club. Waugh, Alexander (1754-1827): educated Univ. of Edinburgh, Univ. of Aberdeen, M.A. 1778, D.D.

    London debates, 1787

    to neglect in the male, or levity in the female sex?' Gazetteer 1230 . April 16, 1787 Theological Society, Holborn Hill 'Are the Torments of Hell Eternal? The Proprietors having nothing in view, but to promote religious knowledge, piety and

    Committees for Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, Minutes, 1827 (nos 143-211)

    Christie Esq Mark Lane John Bowring Esq Jeffry's Square John Fisher Esq 83 Upper Thames Street John Watson Esq Holborn Hill Thomas Hornby Esq and myself Swithins Lane R Winter Esq 147 . [p. 5 ] Redcross Street April 11th,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Whitwell Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1390 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Holborn Hill, Millom, Cumberland 1872 Masonic Hall, Salthouse Road, Millom, Cumberland 1885

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

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    Margaret Frazer, Theft, 25/04/1770

    John Ramsden , April 11 . ++ John Ramsden . I live at No. 83, at the bottom of Holborn Hill , and am a linen-draper . On the eleventh of this instant I was at dinner; my servant came

    Walter Harris, Deception, 11/07/1770

    John Owen , who is apprentice to Mr. Sheene, deposed, that the prisoner came to his master's shop, on Holborn Hill , for the goods mentioned in the indictment, in the name of Mr. Simmonds, of Knight-Rider-street, Doctors-Commons, who is

    WILLIAM BOOTH, Theft, 09/12/1772

    d. the property of James Wickstead , Nov. 24 . ++ James Wickstead . As I was going up Holborn hill , on the 24th of November, about seven in the evening, a gentleman informed me my pocket had been

    MICHAEL HALL, Theft, 17/04/1776

    the property of William Wilkins , February 27th . WILLIAM WILKINS sworn. Going up Holborn Hill I missed my handkerchief; I turned round and saw it in the prisoner's hand; he put it in his breeches; I laid hold of

    PETER TEAPOT, Theft, 10/07/1811

    tobacco, value 2 s. the property of Robert Lloyd . ROBERT LLOYD . I am a tobacconist on Holborn Hill . The prisoner was my servant , on the 4th of July, about one o'clock, the prisoner went out to

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Silk weaving

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    The Newfoundland dog

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    The cruel boys

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