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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cottenham Charities for the poor

    Road and known as Little London . 30 There were eight almshouses in Church End in 1851 . 31 In the early 1960s they were allowed to fall vacant and were demolished. 32 The Little London almshouses in 1837 comprised

    Parishes Knight's Enham

    a year for ever as a teacher's salary for the education of fifteen boys and ten girls of Enham, Little London and Woodhouse , and also 30 s . a year for pens, ink and paper for the same purpose.

    Parishes Pamber

    parish is Pamber Common, where the boundary between Pamber and Mortimer is marked by the Impstone. 2 North-east of Little London , which is itself north-east of the scattered village of Pamber, is Froglane Farm, east of which and close

    Isleham Isleham c. 1800 Isleham Village in the 1460s

    it was a later development outside the original village layout. By 1700 its east end bore its modern name, Little London . 4 By the 1460s Blatherweyk street had lost 16 out of 35 and Newnham street 13 of 28

    City of Ely Nineteenth and twentieth centuries

    over half of the total 1,552 houses in the city were poor dwellings, rated below £5. The suburb of Little London , in Holy Trinity parish, had experienced a very rapid recent increase of small houses, partly because Ely had

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Address, 4I7, Jaly Ps, W y t G t, COMPOSITOR Desires Situation; news or jobbing; Erclety-fIsa- - V Knott, Little London, Worcester, c C4.4 ID (CONFE.CTIONERS.-Sitnution Wanted, used to coifeohouse ly .J vork.-Addreos, D. 21, Daily Post. c6512 irls - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 coWeky, standy. God ref onceO. -_d .au ys s -C£OMP~OSITOR Desires Situation; naive or Jobbing; soclaty.-l -¶. Knott, Little London, Woecester. NiT1 C (ONFTSC1TIONERPS.-Slintlosta Wanted, nusd to CbfftA-o:AUnoe 'Lwork.-~Adsdross, D. 21, Daily Poet, e651 T' giEf5xl7glWG ait iea~3{smisiby emperlenced. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church Street, Nuneoton, C 1L Warwickshire. e2134 'S C Or, eiOMPoSIrTOR Desiree Fitoation; neivp or jobbing oClety.--E. 6n1 KJICnott, Little London, Woreester. G6484 G3 5 ONFECTIONERS.-Sibtantin Wanted, used to coffeehouse - - ri work.-Adreoss, D. 21, Daily Post. c6512 r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    counterfeit money. Tle rdefendant had on July 14 agreed toe purchase an dny for £22.c lft f rom eoeBaer, Little London, nd che paid for the hounial A sovereeigm , a half sovereign, end a circular piece of metal, purporting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Willanbell and Bentley district thanT the from any otlier schools 1it the country. Mr. Wilkineson's sehool at 11 ic, Little London had resultedits apclofittloths Board ccf 564, and £14. 0 of respecttvely during the past two year-s. Thetimbiwasnowdrewring ~ aits. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Bibliography

    Bohun. Privilegia Londini , 1723. R. Johnson. The Nine Worthies of London , 1592 (Harleian Miscellany, vol. 8). The Little London Directory of 1677 , 1878. Proceedings in Scales' Case, 4 pts., 1832 1839. Proceedings in Salomons' Case, 2 pts.,

    Index, L

    (6), 628 (2, 3), 641, 716 (30), 737 (4), 807 (5), 867 (4, note 2nd), 882, 1034 (5). -, Little London, 418 (4). -, Loggen's Bulwark, 418 (4). Leith , Mount Pelham, 30 (3), 49 (6), 104 (5), 218 (2).

    Preface

    and sick persons on the Links. On 7th January 1574 5, the house on the Links of Leith, called Little London, is directed to be cleansed, the "clengit folkis of the said linkis" are appointed to be placed in it,

    Entry Book, March 1681, 1-10, 01 March 1681-31 March 1681

    Ordnance Commissioners. Same to the Customs Commissioners forwarding the Treasury letter sent to the Navy Commissioners to deliver the Little London to the Customs Commissioners for service in the port of Rochester. The persons appointed to receive her must give

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 4 December 1695, 04 December 1695-04 December 1695

    Unity Horse-boat 4 4 4 Unity 4 Unity Smacks. Royal Escape 10 10 8 Flemish Long-boat 2 2 2 Little London 10 10 8 Store-ships. 4th Josiah 120 30 5. Suffolk Hoy-boat 80 30 Canterbury 35 8 Catharine 30 6

 

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