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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Present State.

    and small. Lime Street on the South Side of Leadenhall Street leads into Fenchurch Street, and is for the generality taken up by Merchants, and Persons of Repute. The West Side of this Street lieth in Lime Street Ward ;

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Tower Street Ward. The Bounds.

    as Lime Street , to the House of Richard Cavel. This therefore is our inward Soke, and these are the Bounds of it. This the Queen Mother gave to us with the Gate of Algate . From Lime Street we

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Act for preventing Fires.

    or Quarter to contain these Wards following, viz. Portsoken , Aldgate , Tower, Billinsgate , Bridge, Langborn , and Lime Street . The West Part or Quarter to contain Farringdon within , Farringdon without, Castle Baynard , Cheapside , and

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. Andrew Undershaft.

    , called of the Shaft, Shaft Alley, (being of the Possessions of Rochester Bridge ) in the Ward of Lime Street . It was there, I say, hanged on Iron Hooks many Years, till the third of King Edward VI

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Ealdgate Ward.

    on the South Side to Lime Street Corner. And half that Street down on the left hand, is also of that Ward. In the mid way on that South Side, betwixt Ealdgate and Lime Street , is Hart Horn Alley,

  • * British History Online *

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    LINE, William

    Lime Street 1609 Other notes Fined 1609. Prohibited 1612. Known London address Lime Street Parish St Andrew Undershaft [incl St Mary Axe, 1565 ] Ward Aldgate Date 1609 Censorial hearings 11 Aug 1609 Entry L, surgeon of Lime Street, was

    1541 London Subsidy roll, Lime Street Ward

    Subsidy roll Lime Street Ward LYMESTRETE WARDE 138 . [r.24 ] LYMESTRETE WARDE [Petty collectors: John Jerrard and John Bennett ] £ s. d William Boyer ( £ 2666 13s. 4d.) 66 13 4 Stephyn Kyrvin ( £ 1000) 25

    Fires

    case of fire. Mercer, elected Sheriff, 24th June, 1637; chosen Alderman of Farringdon Within, September 13th, 1638; removed to Lime Street, June 16th, 1642; removed to Bridge, May 11th, 1658; Lord Mayor in 1644; was one of the Commissioners appointed

    REGIMORTER, Assuerus

    of death 25 Nov 1650 Address Lime Street 1649-50 Other notes Leyden 1630 MD 1636 incorp Ox 1636. LRCP 30/09/1639. CRCP 01/12/1642. FRCP 11/11/1643. See Innes-Smith & Birken thesis. Known London address Lime Street Parish St Dionis Backchurch Ward Langborne

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, Lime Street

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, Lime Street Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, Lime Street 23 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Swill , John 1.10

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Liverpool Mercantile Lodge

    Places Exchange Station Hotel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1921 Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1930 Adelphi Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1953 Britannia Adelphi Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1985 The Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 2003

    Downshire Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Freemasons' Arms, Great Howard Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1851 Crown Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1860 Royal Mersey Yacht Hotel, 90 Duke Street, Liverpool, Lancashire 1866 Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool,

    Calderstones Lodge

    ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1934 Adelphi Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1973 Masonic Hall, 22 Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1979

    Liverpool Castle Lodge

    Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1976 Adelphi Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1973 Exchange Station Hotel, Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1914 Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1910

    Adelphi Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1949 Adelphi Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1953 Committee Room, 1 Senate House, Abercromby Square, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1992 Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, Lancashire,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stogursey Charities for the poor

    an island of buildings. They were demolished in 1869 and the women's almshouse, for six women, was built in Lime Street . 32 An almshouse for three men was built in 1821 at the corner of Castle Street and St.

    Stogursey Churches

    was worth 2 s . 8 d . 3 In 1607 it comprised a barn and 1½ a. in Lime Street , 4 later described as a half and a quarter burgage in the common field of Easter Burgage. 5

    Parishes Nether Stowey

    as the former market road to Bridgwater . 30 Other roads lead to Stogursey from the north end of Lime Street , and to Taunton from South Lane . The course of the main road east of the village has

    Stogursey Stogursey Parish 1841 Stogursey Borough 1795

    1301 . 2 The borough seems to have extended beyond the ditch by the later Middle Ages, northwards along Lime Street and westwards along High Street , where building plots were fitted into the strips of the adjoining common arable

    Protestant Nonconformity

    1910 .( 3 ) Lime Street : built by the Wesleyans in 1826 ; 340 sittings.( 19 ) Its place was taken by Kingston Chapel , Witham , opened in 1841 , and Lime Street later passed to the Wesleyan

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    punctuality. mn to . A rangements for Return.-Holders of Tickets return on the enny Monday fol owing from Liverpool (Lime Street Stationl at 11 45 ence, a.us. and Chester a. 12 2i p m. Lroby _ _ _ _ _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLIA3MS._Ar y ead 'cyfisol, yn 22, Marine Crescent,. Watorkdo, yl 64iiin " mlwydd oed, Mr. James Williams, 1. Qoatrant, Lime Street, Liverpool. WI.LLIAMS.-Ar y,26ain oynlisol, yn 85ain mlwydd oad,.. Mr. Hugh Williams, gynt Ty'nsingrig, ger Pwllheli, a thad Mrs. Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (ia WVhitchurch and Tattenhall Line), Returning on the Monday or Tuesday following. a.m. 3rd. Class, Ord. Clan. Liverpool From (Lime Street) Chester. Pwllheli ........... dop. 6 50) Avon Wen ., 6 0s P. 0. 7. 6. Criccieth .............. , 6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12th, and MONDAY, June 14tb. Tbree Dsys Tickets issued on June lth, by any Ondioary Through Train. LIVERPOOL CHESTER (Lime street) (Gen ral Stationj .1 From Third Class Fares for the Double od Journey, P( Pwllheli ............ r i AfnWen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    under Twelve Half-price. PASSENGERS RETURN AS UNDER: On Monday, October 4th, and Tbu sday, October 7th. From L verpool (Lime Street), Depart 12-0 a.m.; Warrington 11-58 am.; Manchester (London Road) 11-45 a m.; Stockport 11-57 a.m.; Birkedhead 8-20 a.m.; Chester Subscribers-only content

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

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    ANN COLE, Theft, 04/12/1811

    of stockings, value 5 s. the property of Mary Macdonald , widow. MARY MACDONALD . I live at 46, Lime Street , the prisoner was my servant, she lived with me from the 7th of September to the 2d of

    William Davis, John Holland, Agnes Wearing, Miscellaneous, Theft, 09/12/1685

    Indicted together with Agnes Wearing , for a Burglary and Robery Committed in the House of Leonel Gatford in Lime street . London, on the 11th. of September , stealing Rings, plate, and Money, to the value of 300 l.

 

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