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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. The Black Fryers.

    have two Passages into Chancery Lane , the one called Three Crane Alley, and the other the Hole in the Wall , both very narrow and ordinary. Bonds Stables hath a Passage into Whites Alley, and another into Symonds Inn,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Places Bedford Head, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London 1775 Robin Hood, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, London 1789 Globe, Market, Pall Mall, London 1792 Crown Tavern, St. Dunstan's Passage, Fleet Street, London 1794 Hole in the Wall, Fleet Street, London 1800

    Royal Lancashire Lodge

    1760, and reference to a still earlier existence. Notes (2): Met prior to March 1760. Meeting Places Hole in the Wall, Market Street, Colne, Lancashire 1762 Freemasons' Arms, Market Street, Colne, Lancashire 1797 New Red Lion Inn, Market Street, Colne,

    Prince Edward's Lodge, again.

    St. George's Fields, London 1792 Surrey Tavern, Blackfriars Road, London 1796 Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, London 1798 Hole in the Wall, Fleet Street, London 1799 Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, London 1801 Virginia Coffee House, Cornhill, London 1802 Their Hall, Pitt

    no name is given

    Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Hole in the Wall,Hole in the Wall Lane, Norwich, Norfolk 1751 The Unicorn, Norwich, Norfolk 1756 Golden Key, Haymarket, St. Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, Norfolk

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DIBBLE, John (d. 1728), of Daniells, Abinger Hammer, Surr.

    [Hugh Boscawen II*]’. As Dibble could not appear in public, Evelyn was asked to reply to him at ‘Mr William Rowe’s, Hole in the Wall in Lambeth Marsh’. His burial is recorded at Abinger parish church on 26 Jan. 1728.[footnote]

    EASTHOPE, John (1784-1865), of 39 Lothbury, London

    of St. Leonard, Bridgnorth to his son Francis, who was then abroad, and his leasehold inn, the Hole in the Wall, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, to Thomas. He was dead by early 1782.[footnote] John Easthope, the third

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Portmao- VtreettBarraicks, of thename of- Killock, was found dead 2 hi bed, op F'iday'moraiag, at the Hole in the Wall, ioprtews, he having in tbe course of the neiqht cot 4is thstffrom ear to ear. The deceased had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Win. Mills, Three Sugar Leoaes, 63 Union street, Borough; at the Three Hlerrings, Bell yard, Temple Bar; Hole in the Wall, Fleet street; George, East I-arding street; and at the Savoy Palace, Strand; of Mr Ager, 19 Hill street, Walworth; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his neck, which caused his death. -Verdict "Accidental Death." On Wednesday, an inquest was held at the Hole in the Wall, Kirby street, 1lattoti garden, on the body of John Skidmore, who cut his throat in consequence of being in- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was proved to have adopted in the follow- ing additional case. Mr Preece, proprietor of the Hole in the Wall, Chancery lane, stated that the prisoner called at his house, and requesuted that half a dozen of the heatsherry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gave itself up to such riot and confusion as, unfriendly critics tell us. characterised the now white-washed Hole in the Wall. The continuator of Sir Erskine May will have to tell how worthy baronets crowed like cocks and polished gentlemen Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Volume 28, May 16-July 27, 1694, 16 May 1694-27 July 1694

    of ground therein mentioned, lying behind the clockhouse, whereon an old house or shed stood, called the Hole in the Wall, which was directed by their Lordships' warrant to be passed by lease to the memorialist, which land Sir Humphry

    Entry Book, May 1694, 16-31, 16 May 1694-31 May 1694

    Joseph Williamson, and another enjoyed by Thomas Williams, which last is now a small alehouse called the Hole in the Wall. The ground on which the alehouse stands was formerly a stable belonging to the Surveyor of the Works and

    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Westminster, 541, 621 Hind Court, Lottery Office in, 94. Hogmore Lane, 724. Holborn, 136, 1085, 1113, 1298. Hole in the Wall alehouse, Scotland Yard, 622. Horse Guards, 362, 369, 628, 1113, 1224. Horse Pond, near Horse Guard s, 362. Hyde

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

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    William North, John Neal, Theft, 11/01/1717

    might find some that were; he walking by her till they came to the Sign of the Hole in the Wall , attempted to push her into the House, and that she being in pain left her Glasses should be

    Ann Berreau, Violent Theft, 29/06/1743

    1 . Ann Shortland . On the 1st of this Instant, as I was coming by the Hole in the Wall , in a little Street turning up to Bloomsbury ; the Prisoner took my Apron off my Sides, and

    Ordinary's Account, 22/11/1742

    the Irishman, said, he would soon stop his Singing. Accordingly, when he came by the Hole in the Wall , Patrick Hagan attempted to stop him, but the Man knocked him down; however Hagan soon recovered himself, and knock'd him

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