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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals The leper hospital, Southwark

    and St. Leonard . Stow speaks of it as the Loke or Lazar-house for leprous persons, which stood in Kent Street , without St. George's Bar, but he had failed to learn anything of its early foundation. 1 It was

    Hospitals Leper hospital of Southwark

    and St. Leonard . Stowe speaks of it as the Loke or Lazar-house for leprous persons, which stood in Kent Street , without St. George's Bar, but he had failed to learn anything of its early foundation. 1 It was

    Shermanbury

    Wyndham Lane along the north bank of the Adur to Shermanbury church and manor house; 81 to the north Kent Street ran west from Wyndham Lane before turning north to join Buckhatch Lane, while to the south Sake Ride Lane

    The borough of Southwark Charities

    Street . It was removed to Dover Street in 1840 . The Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, in Kent Street , was started by the Rev. John Townshend and the Rev. Henry C. Mason in 1792 , though the

    The borough of Southwark Churches

    in trustees. The church of the district chapelry of ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS , which originated in the Kent Street Mission, is a small stone building in 13 th-century style, consisting of a continuous nave and chancel in five

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Ahiman Rezon of 1804, as both "Ship Bedford, Plymouth," (Devonshire), and " Bedford Mill, Portsmouth," and in Ahiman Rezon of 1807, it is " Portsmouth, Hants." Meeting Places Bedford Man of War, Kent Street, Portsmouth Common [now Portsea], Hampshire 1762

    Sussex Lodge

    Notes (1): Dormant about 1837. Meeting Places Charlottetown (Queen's), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, North America 1827 Bro. John Robinson's, Kent Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, North America 1828 Mr. John Anderson's, Kent Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, North America 1835

    St. John's Lodge

    House, Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward's Island, North America 1797 Bro. John Robertson's, Kent Street, Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward's Island, North America 1826 Bro. John Anderson's, Kent Street, Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward's Island, North America 1834 Bro. Robert Hutchinson's, Charlottetown, Queens,

    Royal Sussex Lodge

    1826 Mitre Tavern, Butchers Row, Portsea, Hampshire 1834 St. George's Rooms, St. George's Square, Portsea, Hampshire 1839 Kent Rooms, Kent Street, Portsea, Hampshire 1841 Athenaeum, Bishop Street, Portsea, Hampshire 1845 Masonic Rooms, 19 Ordnance Row, Portsea, Hampshire 1850 Masonic Hall,

    Kent Lodge

    Spitalfields, London 1752 Vernon, Bishopsgate Street Without, London 1752 Sign of the City of Norwich, London 1758 Coopers' Arms, Kent Street, Southwark, London 1776 King Alfred's Head, Union Street, Bishopsgate Street, London 1788 White Horse, St. John's Street, London 1789

  • * British History Online * *

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    Of Leprose people and Lazar houses

    may be supposed, were then builded without the cittie some good distance, to wit, the locke without Southwarke in Kent street, one other betwixt the Miles end and Stratford Bow, one other at Kingsland, betwixt Shoreditch and Stoke Newington, and

    Addenda

    Maiden Lane Prison, with other prisoners taken at Cheriton Hill and Winchester. That he owns 18 small houses in Kent Street, Surrey, which upon his release on parole he conveyed to Sam. Abbot, of East Smithfield, Chris. Leader, and Medley, Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 14 February 1718, 14 February 1718-14 February 1718

    Colonel Fane and others: With a Bill, intituled, "An Act for repairing the Highways leading from the Stones-end of Kent Street , in the Parish of St. George's Southwark , in the County of Surrey , to the Lime Kilns

    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 3 March 1718, 03 March 1718-03 March 1718

    a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for repairing the Highways leading from The Stones End of Kent Street , in the Parish of St. George's Southwark , in the County of Surrey , to The Lime Kilns

    Bridge warde without [including Southwark]

    of Canons Regular, saint Thomas a colledge or Hospitall for the poore, & the Loke a Lazar house in Kent street. Parish churches, there haue been 6. wherof 5. do remaine, vz. S. Mary Magdalen in the priory of saint

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ieuanc rinweddol, Miss Davies, gynt yr e 7nt Mount Gardens, dan eu henwau; y maent wedi Ln- cymeryd cymydogaeth Kent street, yn nghanol y yn dref, er diwyllio ein cydgenedl a'u lleshau yn dym- anU horol ac yn ysbrydol; ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arabs-i ddysgu darllen a chanu; ac os imyn neb glywed Arabiaid bach yn canu, ymofynant am y ffordd i Kent Street yn Liverpool, ar nos Fercher, pan y bydd y' plant wedi hlenwi yr ystafell a'r hlar- roniuono yn chwareu. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams, ff- ddechreu trwy ddarTlen a gweddio, a alwodd ar arol. Im ygwyr y gwahanol gaughenau, ysgolion Smithdown Lane, Kent street, Wavertree Vale, ynghyd a Chat- ac ham street, i roddi adroddiad blynyddol oau gweithred- y iadau., Wrth y rhai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    010 it of Portland Street a i Yates Street 0 O 1Lt rob Smithdown Lane 0 2 11i eni Kent Street ... ... 0 210j aid Beaufort Street ... ... 0 2 bi nus Gladstone Road ... ... 0 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seacombe 5; Chatharm Street 3; Princes Road 3; Arundel Avenue 1. EHeb yr un ymgeisydd llwyddianus. David Street ; Kent Street; Yates Street . Portland Street; Lad Lane; William Moult Stre't ; New Brughton; Soutbport; Heyton Quarry; Whiste n Brac3ey Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BENSON, Ralph (1773-1845), of Lutwyche Hall, nr. Wenlock, Salop.

    a Shropshire estate purchased for £25,000 and a Liverpool residence.[footnote] He was then a merchant at Duke Street and Kent Street, Liverpool. In 1794 he had joined the Flanders expedition, supposed to have damaged his health; but a year later

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 02/11/1736

    down upon her Bed. Before I rested myself I sent a Shoemaker with a Letter to my Wife in Kent street , desiring to speak with her, and I gave him likewise two Letters to carry to Gentlemen in the

    Ordinary's Account, 09/05/1690

    one Elderkin, aged 32 years, bred a Clothworker, in Penny stone Parish in Yorkshire. He kept a Victualling-House in Kent street . He said he had many ways sinned against God. I askt him wherein? But he did not declare

 

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