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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Coach-making

    of 1 s . from the ' Yorkshire Stingo ,' in the Marylebone Road , near the bottom of Lisson Grove , to the Bank. The London General Omnibus Company was founded in 1856 . Mr. Shanks , of Great

    Domesday Survey Translation of the text

    103). ii interlined. This is the only example of the use of the term carucate in Mdx. Surviving in Lisson Grove and Street. The old manor included the north-west part of Marylebone parish: P.N. Mdx . (E.P.N.S.), 138, n. 1.

    The Education of the Working Classes to 1870

    17th century, and the Irish who came too in the 17th century, first to St. Giles-in-the-Fields , then to Lisson Grove and, at the end of the century, to the notorious Calmell Buildings near Portman Square . Further out were

    Index K-Z

    constable of Windsor castle, Lisle Street , see Westminster , City of Lisle , Vct., see Dudley , John Lisson Grove , see St. Marylebone Lister , Thos., Lord Ribblesdale (d. 1925), Litchfield , - (fl. 16th c.), Literary Club

    General index K-Z

    Lisle , Lord, see Dudley Lisson , in St. Marylebone , Dom. Bk., herbage, man., Lisson Green , man., Lisson Grove , in St. Marylebone , Lister , Jos., surgeon, Lister Inst. of Preventive Medicine , n Little , -,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Andrew's Lodge

    London 1825 British Coffee House, Cockspur Street, London 1826 Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, London 1827 Exeter Arms, Earl Street, Lisson Grove, London 1829 The Grand Hotel, Covent Garden, London 1839 Piazza Coffee House, Covent Garden, London 1845 Freemasons' Tavern, Great

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pathies, because a dreadful scene in Nature seized his imagination so strongly, as to aid him in giving a similar expression in his Art.-I ar, Sir, your obedient servant, B. R. HAYDON. jt. Iohn's-place, Lisson Grove, North-.lpril 9, 182 1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 11th inst. at Christ Church, St Marylehone, by the Rev. Dr Pinfold, Richard Frankanm, Esq. Surgeon, Grove House, Lisson Grove, to Marriett, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Hobsou, Esq. of Wensley Dale, West Ridizug, County of York. DIrn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tall, to Lisson Grove; but he did not see what house he went into there. Lord TENTuEaeN : " You have not yet proved even the identity of Lord Melbourne with the gentlessan driven to Lisson Grove. Have you any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occasion swore that Lady Briscle had lived under the name of Mrs. Wylie for five or six months, in Lisson Grove, with Mr. Wylie; that they lived as loan and wife; and that there was but one bed-roori. Lady Briscoe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the property of Charles Wade. The prosecutor keeps an eating-house, in James Street, Lisson Grove, and the prisoner and another boy came iito the shop and asked for a penny worth of pudding; while serving it, the prisoner snatched a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Papers relating to the National Union of the Working Classes

    just and equal representation and the prosecution of Mr Hetherington. A large meeting was therefore held at Portman Market Lisson Grove on Monday July the 11th Mr T. Wakley in the chair, several spirited resolutions were past [ sic ]

    Index

    , D., 68 Lime Street , 120 Lincoln's Inn Fields , 57, 58 Lisle Street , 15, 23, 100 Lisson Grove , 142 Little , Provost, 246 Little Britain , 120 Little Charlotte Street , 68, 70, 116 Little Russell

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    This and every evening, at 7.30

    patent Fibrous Plaster, by? Messrs. Jackson &t ISons, of Rathbone Place. Decorations and? Gilding by Mr. Edward Bell, of Lisson Grove. Figure Subjects? over Private Boxes by Mr. W. Harford. The entire Gas worfc has? been executed by Strode 6c Subscribers-only content

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

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    WILLIAM GALLEY, Theft, 30/06/1825

    s. , the goods of Joseph Gardner . JOSEPH GARDNER. I am a butcher , and live at Lisson Grove . On Sunday morning, the 19th of June, I missed some beef which hung up in the shop late the

    CHARLES HOWSE, JAMES BULL, Theft, 04/12/1822

    I sat on the near side, Bull sat next to me, and Howse drove. I rode as far as Lisson Grove , then got out, and put my hand into my pocket (which was buttoned when I got into the

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