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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Siyer, Great Atie-stieet, Godads-fidarehant J Caxrfisi Newcas~tle-ipow~yfne, ,iili1erg j. Hohi~on, Manchester, brsz'leir.' J. Bolshaw, Liverpool, olumber. - J. Robson, Little Britain, Aktdera4te atraet vtabile- eeipeir. 7 1 T. Broad, B1ury, Sussex, miller, T. West, Gracevhurebh-sreet, *hole]ss1,e.,.eerfumar,, * .LoEanis, ieeu. Llsn~rneweei, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old Broad-street: M. Cowell and T. Carter, Old-Ford, Bow, Nfiddlesex, brewer. Attorn es, Messrs. Gregson, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street. NV. Goodbew, Little Britain, victualler. Attoriney, Mr. Whi- ton, Great James-street, Bedford-raw. T'. Simmonnd- and 1-1 Shorer, MiaidstoneSxvine-merelia0r0t09. Attor- rev, Mr. Earnshaw, Cripplegate. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a short tiue since to an ancient and respectable gentlemrian of the name of Bull,-John Bull, Esquire, of Constifution-place, Little Britain. He had not been in sound health for many years, but within the last five or six, his maladies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the plate was offered by the prisoners for sale, in a mutilated state, to Mr lcocl, the- refiner, in Little Britain. He. suspected it was stolen; -and as they could not satisactorily account -for its possession, he detained it, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Winder Hall, Lancashire, took up his quarters on the 4th inst., at Mr. Elcom's, the White Horse, in Little Britain. He stated that he came to towit for the purpose of receiving pro- motion from the rank of midshipman Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Ceased to meet regularly in the latter end of 1751. (G.L. Min.) Last entry 7 December 1757. Meeting Places Cripple, Little Britain, London 1751 Crown, St. Paul's Churchyard, London 1752

    no name is given

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cripple, Little Britain, London 1754 Star, Aldersgate Street, London 1755 Paul's Head, Doctors' Commons, London 1756 King's Arms, Queenhithe, London 1762 George,

    United Traders' Lodge

    Spitalfields, London 1736 Greyhound, Lamb Street, Spitalfields, London 1739 Blue Coat Boy, Newgate Street, London 1741 Ben Jonson's Head, Little Britain, London 1743 St. John's Gate, St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell, London 1743 Blue Lion & Ball, Gray's Inn Passage, Red

    Lodge of Stability

    Crown, Essex Street, Strand, London 1802 White Hart, Chancery Lane, London 1803 Three Tuns, West Smithfield, London 1803 Britannia, Little Britain, London 1804 Paul Pindar's Head, Bishopsgate Street, London 1807 Weavers' Arms, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, London 1808 Anchor, Bishopsgate Street,

    Lodge of Concord

    Holborn, London 1795 King's Head, James Street, Covent Garden, London 1798 Unicorn, Covent Garden, London 1801 Swan and Horseshoe, Little Britain, London 1803 Three Tuns, Houghton Street, Clare Market, London 1805 Amphitheatre Coffee House, Newcastle Street, Strand, London 1806 King's

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Exhall [ Plan of Exhall church ]

    about a score of buildings scattered along the road from Wixford . The parish also includes the hamlet of Little Britain , about half-a-mile to the south-east, and part of the north side of the street of Arden 's Grafton

    Industries Bookbinding

    of a gold stamp. Samuel Mearn and his son Charles, who were binders to Charles II , lived in Little Britain . 8 Exigencies of space will only admit of a brief summary of the masters of the art in

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Introduction HILLINGDON PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1825 UXBRIDGE c . 1935

    of the parish new buildings began to appear. By 1864 12 there were houses along Packet Boat Lane, at Little Britain on the Colne , and around the Trout Inn on Trout Lane west of Yiewsley . The erection of

    Index K-Z

    Fleet Hithe, Fleet St., Gough Sq., Gracechurch St., Houndsditch , n , Johnson's Ct., Lad Lane , Lime St., Little Britain , Lombard St., and see above , St. Clement; Ludgate , Mark Lane , Moorgate , Old Street ,

 

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