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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pardon for thus trespassing on your valuable space, I am your obliged and obedient servant, D. M. Park Street,. Moor Fields, Wolverhampton, March 30,_1863. " Victoria, Vancouver's Island, January 20, 1863. l -pi My dear father and mother,-I take my Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ground of misdirection.-This was an pctio'n for libel brouaht by: Dr, Campbell, a Noncon- formist :minister, formerly offciating at Moor Fields 'Ohiapel, utAwho for some yeirs hid been proprietor of t wpaaerY, 'The only plea entered' upon the recofd viasnot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by fo T. Try"e, near Orlyas-xin.Gate, Holbarn; Henry Botl~er, In Bow 'Church Yard"; antIat the Foundry, near Upper i Moor Fields. AMDCCXLV. (Price Twvo Pence)l." c Of thle second pamlphlet I have only met wivth Oon copy, I The. title Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the skate ccurs The old chronicler Fitz-Stepnen, a who died in 1191, describes the severe winters when t the Moor fields north of the city were flooded, and f says that the young men not only played upon the ice, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Teague, Crown Court.-Petitioning creditor Herman Tr Cusil, 16, No rth Buildhigs, London Wall, merchant. JONES Robert. of the Pavement. Moor Fields, In the city of C] London, linien diaper, d.c. to sur. Sept. 211. at half-past 1, and Yi oct.25 Subscribers-only content

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

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    Elizabeth Grindley, Theft, 16/04/1735

    30 . R. Brown. Between ten and eleven at Night, going down the Steps by the Watch House in Moor Fields , I met the Prisoner, who made a Sally against me, as if she had been drunk. I felt

    SARAH JONES, Theft, 01/07/1812

    this morning I was coming home from the west end of the town. I was on the pavement of Moor fields . The prisoner catched hold of me. She said, she hoped I would not be so hard-hearted as the

    Ordinary's Account, 20/12/1731

    after it, but he let him pass, they took a single Half-Guinea, and appointed the next Night's Meeting in Moor Fields . Before that Time came, Pain was taken up for a Quarrel, upon which, sending for the four before

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