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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Undenominational missions

    visited, only dozen showed sign of religion. Three more missionaries 1841, covering areas around City Rd. and Angel , Lower Holloway and Liverpool Rd.; eight by 1846 . Working men in one dist. formed own assoc. to support separate missionary

    Islington Introduction Ossulstone Hundred Inner parishes of the Finsbury division

    Street ). Besides Islington town, part of which lies in Clerkenwell , the parish included hamlets at Upper and Lower Holloway , Ring Cross, Highbury , with most of Newington Green , and part of Kingsland . Inner parishes of

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    the later Junction Road and Archway tavern, Lower Holloway at Roffe's Lane, and Ring Cross at Tollington Lane. From the 1820s the name Ring Cross was dropped and the area became Lower Holloway , while Upper Holloway was used for

    Islington Churches

    JAMES, Chillingworth (formerly Victoria ) Rd., Lower Holloway . Dist. formed 1839 as St. Jas. the Apostle, Islington , from Islington par. 36 Boundaries altered and name changed to St. Jas., Lower Holloway , 1846. 37 Parts assigned to St.

    Islington Roman Catholicism

    to mass in Eden Grove . 65 A second centre of worship was started in 1854 , to serve Lower Holloway , and in 1858 the Passionist Fathers founded St. Joseph's church and Retreat on Highgate Hill , where their

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having lived about seven years in Lower Holloway, after removing from Pelham Street, Spital Fields, where I saw her in February, 1737-8. Her brother, Mr Clarke, died at her house at Lower Holloway, as did likewise, at above ninety years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    abdomen. I accompanied the messenger, who had with him a lad about seventeen years of age, to Pleasant passage. Lower Holloway. When we got to the house, the door was opened by a young woman, who said, "The man is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Po said, Camden-town, Itontishl-town. Saint Pancras -Hampatead, thedw e of Saint -Mary Islington, Copenhatgen-fields, l-llghbury, Upper- af to 'yHolloway. Lower Holloway. Tolling~on-park. Highgate, Stroud- O o i'tingo green. Cronch-end, Muawell-hill, ornsey, Southg te, Totten- ment and ham. 'Wood-green, Colnoey-batch, Edmonton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Clerkenwell, SomerS'-town,.f Lid, Camden-town, Kentish-town, Saint Pancras, Hampstead;t Of Saint Mary Islincton, Copenhagen-fields, III'hbnry,t Upljo. R, 13Ys, Holloway, Lower Holloway, Tollinftiosi-pak, ll,gbate, Sttdiid- of Llln ham.,Wood-green, Colney-hatch. dono!ln~i FInRE- ley, Hadley otherwise Monkery Hadlley,.Ganwisk-corner, Bent- ml aid ley-heath, Mutton-lane, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    October l4th and 171, 1701 find this following notice:-5 A few nights ago lue hlht of Mr. D'Israeli, at Lower Holloway, W'es bro. en ,O1 er and robbed of various effects to acnilrble a, e Can any of. your readerssayifthiswouldcbeat Subscribers-only content

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

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    Elizabeth Gale, Theft, 14/09/1763

    cloak, and a piece of woollen cloth , the goods of the said William. + The prosecutor lives in Lower Holloway . He deposed, that the things mentioned were missing in the morning of the 1st of Sept. but could

    Robert Brethed, Violent Theft, 21/02/1739

    under a Hedge till he pass'd me; and when he was gone, I went down the Road, but between Lower Holloway and Islington Work-house , I saw a Man (a Stranger) on one Side of the Road, and the Prisoner

    Thomas Easter, Violent Theft, 17/01/1739

    Evening: To avoid the Dust, we went up a Lane call'd the Devil's Lane , in the Way from Lower Holloway to Crouch-End ; upon the Turn of an Elbow in the Lane, the Prisoner presented himself, and at a

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