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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    large but ordinary Place, having towards the lower End a large Stable-yard , and farther downwards, a large Brewhouse. Langley street , a handsome open Place, with indifferent Buildings, and falls into Castle-street . Mercer's-street, of no great Account for

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Luton

    Thomas Attwood 's Charity.-Deed 1610, rentcharge of £1 on Kitnowe Close, and rent-charge of £1 on Ivy Cottage , Langley Street . William Crawley 's Charity.-Will 1682, threefifths of rent of homestead and land in Round Green . The net

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Fidelity

    3 Meeting Places Black Horse, Boswell Court, Carey Street, London 1754 Craven's Head, Drury Lane, London 1754 Wool Pack, Langley Street, Long Acre, London 1755 Cheshire Cheese, Crutched Friars, London 1784 Ship, Tower Street, London 1785 Rum Puncheon, Old Street,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    andJ. Gornldthbrpfi, Beatso Norris, Lancashire, coal merchants. INSOLVENTS. .1 Webster, jun. Nethergate, Haxey, Lincolnshire, sacking ' mrhnufacturer. F. Alaking, Langley street, Long acre, currier. 12 BANKRUPTS. I. Verey, Hercules Brewery, Mansfield place, Kentish Town, coimmoa brewer. [Winter and Co. Bedford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b.O n and A oto e marle street, Piccadillymilliners. B3ANKRUPTCY ANNUILLED. T. Price, Brecon, carrier. 13 BANKRUPTS. F. Alaking. Langley street, Long acre, currier. LHepburn, Copthall court, Throginoritonl otreet. H. Wheeler, Threadneedle street, stockbroker. [Bosh and MteSt Mildreds cut, Poultry. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thorp, Manchester, merchant-Ja- nuary 13, J. Sbury, Charterbouse street,engraver-January 13 W. Whitehall, Fore street, sitl; manufacstrer-January 13, F. Alaking, Langley street, Long acre, currier-January 13, J. Mills, London wall, wharfioger. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. 3. Smith, men. Leven, Fiteshire, shipowner-J. Thomson, Greenock, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F II111, Cattell Ro__ _______d___ ?TOR Sale, chnop Settling Olacltine, nearly noe. Coot £7. 30.- L Apply, it fomotonatsagc, Langley Street, cO0lS ANLB nPtent10 Now few mionthis tigo; coat £13. ; a IlaergotIII. AI -Aply, lack orso, Cartint 11111l. etb2I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    age.-Apply, The Junction Inn, Blloamgbury.elI (INR L Servanjt Gir Wated, about 10. Good character.-- W.Y Apply, The Lion Inn, Langley Street. c25ne ('SEHIOIOAL Servan~~~~~t Anjtjd-,l about. 10 yearn of agti.-ApplR44. -4 ar Iichilold Street.nI i 7IVqTEAD, by two strong active Subscribers-only content

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