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You searched for: Place: "Milton Street", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burton-upon-Trent Growth of settlement

    Cross Street and Moseley (later Mosley) Street; 6 Milton Street , on the west side of Cross Street , existed by 1855 . 7 The part of Duke Street between Milton Street and Russell Street had been built up by

    The City of Leicester Primary and secondary education

    for the education of the deaf and dumb, when a class was set up at the Board's school in Milton Street . In 1888 a second class was established at Elbow Lane school . Two years later, an experiment was

    Churches and religious bodies Protestant Nonconformity

    originally linked with Milton Street but from 1911 with Grosvenor Park , was opened in 1883 in Westminster Road , Hoole . 120 In the 20th century the Baptists largely withdrew to the suburbs. The Milton Street chapel moved in

    Walsall Education

    the girls' and infants' departments in a building in Milton Street ; the school's playgrounds lay between the two streets. 80 A senior mixed school was added in Milton Street in 1906 . 81 In 1929 the boys' and girls'

    Walsall The growth of the town CENTRAL WALSALL 1876 WALSALL (Southern part) 1974 WALSALL (Northern part) 1974

    in the Redhouse Farm area. 42 Milton Street is part of an early way running from Caldmore (along Watery Lane) and continuing to Bescot (along Wallows Lane). 43 The northern end of Milton Street ran by the pool of the

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, James I (1603-25)

    to the Haberdashers by the testator is now represented by eighteen houses in Haberdashers' Square and six houses in Milton Street, let on lease. 1 Touching this surplus, Mr. Hare, in his Report to the Charity Commission in 1864, remarked

    Report on the Charities of the Grocers' Company

    Thomas', and Bridewell, 5 l . each 20 0 0 The Company is in possession of the property in Milton Street, in the parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate, devised by this will, and out of the income they pay annually

    Notes, Volume 2, pp.1-100

    Her eyes are Cupid's Grub-Street: the blind archer Makes his love-arrows there. On the later history of Grup Street(now Milton Street) see Trans. Lond. and Middlesex , iii. 223 44. 81 , l. 21. no mans land . Probably the

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part II

    free of the Company: s . d . The estate of this Charity consists of Nos. 1 to 6, Milton Street (Cripplegate), let to John Nesham on a building lease for 60 years from Lady Day 1830, at 50 l

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    granted unless cause be .shown to the con- trary on the day of meeting. September I, J. W. Pearl, Milton street, Morset sqttare, horse dealer-September 1, R. Wade, Cheapside, tailor-September 1, G. Q. Sandrinelli, Bronmpoton, merchatot-August 31, A. Dunlop, Lower Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cockerill, Esq. I. D. Dow, Esq MEDICAL O5O'OCEM5. D. W. Cohen, M.D. 6 Cleveland row. John Hutchlnton, M.D. to0 Milton street, Dorset square. F. Le Gros Clark, Esq. Surgeon, 24 Spring gardens. STANIDISO Co0VNas". The Hon. John Ashley, New square, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15, D. A. Ramsey, Kensington-Park terraca, Netting bill, builder.-Nov. 15, E. Hale, Ware, blerts, fellmonger.-Nev. 13, J. WV. Peas, Milton street, Dorset square, hiirse dealer.-Nov. 13,3J. Dawson, Ritch street, Shedwell, tobaccootitt.-Nor. 13, Mt. Jacobs, Steward street, Spital- fields, warehousernan.-Nov. 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HE A TDE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. T `Managers, Messrs E. Falconer and F. B. Chatterton. Monday, February 26th, Wednesday, February 28th, and Saturday, March 3rd, the Performances wil commence with Shakespere's Play of THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Terminating with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by all respectable (40 , *9 lbs.),with lock and ey, carriage paid. \aolesae only at tbe City Soap Works, Milton street, London, B.C. Sea addreaa on each piece. 30S. WARD'S PALE SHERRY. 36s. Fat for a Gentlemani's Table. BOTTLES AND Subscribers-only content

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