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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    61 The seal of the weavers' guild, c . 1300. From a cast in the Ashmolean Museum " 61 Middle Row in 1819 . Photograph in the Bodleian Library of a drawing by William Turner of Oxford " 76 Gravel

    Parishes Royston

    shops till these buildings divided it into two streets and became known as early as the 16th century as Middle Row . The western street in its southern part was called later Dead Street and afterwards Back Street . 26


    legal quay, which extended c . 177 yd. along the west bank of the river from the end of Middle Row , a short way below Hythe bridge. It was leased in sections by the town, the tenants being responsible

    Harrow , including Pinner The growth of the hamlets HARROW-on-the- HILL c 1960

    Town , notably in Middle Row , where 41 houses had been erected since inclosure; a further 7 cottages and a school were built along the east side of Lower Road, backing on Middle Row . 69 There were 10

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Introduction and architectural description

    beginning of the 14th century. 34 Until little more than a century ago, a line of houses known as Middle Row , or, in medieval times, as the Shop Row, 35 ran up the centre of Bridge Street , dividing

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Nicholas Cole Abbey

    7 Edw. Apthorpe 8 Richd. Woodkeeper 40 Geo. Stacie 5 Gregory Cosbie 5 Thos. Trestaine 5 Peter Smith 5 Middle Row shops in Fish St. Peter Dolby 3 Henry Jenkins 3 Gilbert Casson 3 Angel, shop 4 Angell- 5 Mathew

    Schedule of place names, Introduction

    is now St. John's Square, the square's western side being formed by a block of buildings called Middle Row; and Middle Row was at one time continued round the corner eastwards towards Crockherbtown, as far as the East Gate. The

    Glamorgan County Records, Cardiff Quarter Sessions presentments, 1779-1810

    Corporation of Cardiff for not repairing the Middle part of the Street from Gutter to Gutter leading from the Middle Row Adjoining the Market House to Gullate 7 being the place where the Pig Market is kept. 16. We present

    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    July 17. By 1 y'rs rent of a house in the middle Row to Crockherbtown of Richard Hopkins 7. 31. By rents of houses in the middle Row to Crockherbtown received by different agents of the Marques of Bute to

    Council Minutes, Minutes, 1794-1817

    removal hath agreed to give a certain Messuage or Tenement in the possession of Thomas Leyson situate in the Middle Row near the East Gate to be sold & the Money arising by such Sale to be laid out in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b delivered strongly done up in cloth, uniform with - Conitahles discanllY,' price 3s. each. Printed for A. Hancock. Middle Row, place, Hoborn, and sold IylI le" wood, 23 Paternoster row,. and by a0l Booksellers and Vendors of leoldi'r Publications. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he had found a tortoise, similar to that carried by the deceased, exhibited for sale at a shop in Middle Row, Holborn. Since the body had been at the station-house, he had had eight applica. tions to see it, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Stirling, Wholesale Agent986 -HBigh Street;'Wiitech'isptl; '11igi Oxford Street; Hannay and CO,6f2,QOxfrird Street; Bar-clay, Farringdon-0't t; Hal-- debourk, 326, Middle Row, Holborn; Stradling Roy 'l-'xcsiahute Gato';Q Ht , "63, .Great Surrey Itoad, Blaekfkiars'; Wilmot, Borodgh ,':Sabidne,;5 OId'al; y iolrt S26;wStrAnd; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    High Street, Whiteehapel; Sanger, 150, Oxford Street; Hannay and Co., 62, Oxford Street; Barclay, Farringdon Street; Hen. debourk, 326, Middle Row, Holborn; Stradling, Royal Exchange Gsate; Harvey, 63, Great Surrey Road, Blackfhiars; Wilmot, Borough; Sabine, 59, Old Bailey; Prout, 226, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barclay sAd Sbis Frring don Stieif Sanger, 150, Oxford Street; Hanon and C&, 63, Oxlbrd Strdti Hende- hoard.k 315, Middle Row, Holborn, 0Prout, 226} Strawnd;d Stradiir g, I~oyll RLtdlsabnge Ga(;te, Johnston, 68, Coishl;./h';Arvey 65 (lcetir Sunnyv Sitreet. Bla Efrvrnins VIgluiot, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of True Friendship

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Silver Lion, Middle Row, Dover, Kent 1763 King's Head, Clarence Place, Dover, Kent 1765 The City of London, Dover, Kent 1766 King's Head,

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 07/11/1750

    he, and several others set out together, in order to seek their Prey; that they met a Gentleman in Middle Row , Holborn , whom they attack'd, commanding him to deliver his Money, with bitter Oaths and Imprecations; that they

    Ordinary's Account, ./.1/7544

    who observed what he had done, waited till he had taken it up again, and then followed him up Middle Row ; Wilson went into a private court, which goes to the back door of the King's-Head tavern , above


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