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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    premises. Bldg. called Stoke Newington chapel, behind no. 16 High Street , 1812. 22 Thos. Frankland 's ho. near Marsh Gate , Lower Homerton , and David Ramsay 's ho., no. 6 Homerton Row, 1817. 23 John Lee 's ho.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wore blue coats. They had military hts and blue corkades. The horses had laurels. W:IDI psUe np to the Marsh Gate ; the two persons tied up their !cOked --hats in handherchiefs, part on round ones, and then walked away, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    andLdleCaseS made to swing either way. Varinous kindo may be seers at erse Palscrrree b nufactory, Bridge-road, near the Marsh Gate, Lambdt; where viewed, a newly-constructed Portable Stable London; printed and published bydesa HTo-tar, Ste t de.amine DNo Taviatoek-otreot, Coetgrert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iate' nade to swing either way. Various kinds isay be seen at the -Patentee's )ta- nufactory, Bridge-road, near the Marsh Gate, Lamtbeth -shiee also lIsoY lie viewed, a newly-constructed Portable Stable, which has received great apprU- bation from professional men. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gales made to swsing either way. Various kinds may he seen at the Patentee"s VdA- unfactory, Bridge-road, near th~ Marsh Gate, Lambeth; where also may to -viewed, a newly-constructed Portable Stable. LojA4gp; pX~nted and published hylosN HuNT, at the Exansineg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cale, made to Swing either way. Various kinds may be seen at the Patentee's 1k nufactory, Bridge-road, near the Marsh Gate, Lambeth; where also noyb l viewed, a newly-constructed Portable Stable, which has received great appr. bation from professional men. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VYEL, John (d.1399), of Bristol.

    on the Back. The most important one of his holdings, however, was the fine residence on the quay near Marsh Gate, known as ‘Vyellplace’ end described some years later as constructed ‘lapidibus magnis’. In June 1393 Vyel conveyed all his

  • * British History Online *

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    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1753 (1109-end)

    paid; fol. 154, John Taylor rated 12s.; Samuel Holland rated 3s., Excused. 1125 . Thomas Wood at the Falcon, Marsh Gate Vict. On Oath of Edw d . Barnard for having on 10 June last 20 aft 4 12 Persons

    Chapter 3, Murage, keyage and pavage

    the same exertions a new Key was effected, which reached from near the Froom Bridge as far as the Marsh Gate, which, in a few years, was able to contain all the larger ships, whilst the boats and smaller vessels

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