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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Newington Introduction

    but was shortened by a new cut c . 1724. 21 In 1825 the New River Co. agreed to improve the flow of the New River through Stoke Newington after complaints about leakage and interference with drainage, 22 and in

    Stoke Newington Charities for the poor

    from two houses to the poor, from one to the school, and from one towards bringing water from the New River down the street. 55 In 1778 three of the houses were let for £20 a year 56 and in

    Islington Growth: Newington Green and Kingsland

    North (later Wallace Road ) filled the space to the New River by 1865 . Most of the land north of the N.L.R. line and east of the New River belonged to the Maseres estate, 18 and was bought in

    Islington Growth: South-east Islington

    building also increased after 1760. Campden or Camden Street was made between Islington green and the New River and houses were being built there in 1768 . 49 By the 1790s a small farmyard stood at the New River

    Islington Introduction Ossulstone Hundred Inner parishes of the Finsbury division

    it turns north-east and runs along Gillespie Road to leave the parish at Mountgrove Road. 5 In 1613 the New River was completed, meandering in and out of the parish at Blackstock Road and Green Lanes , and re-entering farther

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn deehren cYR i Gumni y;mvrau Brenhinol roddi grapt i Syr Hugh Myddel. Son; adnabyddus i Lundeinmyr, (gwnunthurwr y New River). Yebydig mewn eymbariaeth ydyw ei holion. .ynpaethOli' ond Oeir yma do.aew gromlechau&c,, ac mownagn man eeir cistfsen beddrod s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heave ftll Lbellies. ACCIDENTS. OFFENUEYS, 4c. Someshort timeback, a ,eotieman earned TMIl'teheand, while tnthiiig with a friend in the New River. gnt "iider the dark arch and was drowned. On Friday week;, At Grexi, the fiieid in question, went to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1tsn recently married ton dtijtolr Ofat thie Earl of Peeis. Oii thItt '271tt Julle, white l athin- in the New River, Mr- Coli Tatilier Wllitelaei, aced 1? tears. The deceased (as. C, ' t responideiti) was risiial-nishi'd -by suiperior n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following verdiet:-WVifyi lMurderagainst Ionie person or persons unknown, Eie deceased having beets, in ouropiuon, str.ngled, robbed, and tlhrown'into the New River. -A large reward ieos been oaered for the discovery of the murderers. 'the deceased waS the son 6f Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having inforited the deceased's fatnily, that she saw 1r.Penton and the deceased wauking togethiet on lihe banks of the New River on Saturday the 26dt ult. all ap- plication was made for a new Inquest, but Mr. ST!RLINC was out Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERNERS, William (1679-1712), of Moore Place, Much Hadham, Herts.

    land in Hertfordshire and London, a perpetual annuity of £20 on property in London and four shares in the New River Company which supplied water to London from Hertfordshire. Originally an investment made by Berners’ grandfather, these shares proved a

    SOAME, Edmund (1669-1706), of Dereham Grange, West Dereham, Norf.

    1703; brevet lt.-col. June 1702; lt.-col. Elliott’s ft. Apr. 1703–Mar. 1705; col. of ft. Mar. 1705–d. Ofifces Held Dep.-gov. New River Co. Biography Soame came of a family well established both among the East Anglian gentry and in the commercial

    HYDE, Henry (1638-1709).

    high steward, Reading 1674-?d., Salisbury 1683-d., Oxf. Univ. 1686-d.; keeper, Somerset House 1679-?89; searcher of customs, Gravesend 1681-5; gov. New River Co. by 1682. Ofifces Held Commr. for trade Nov. 1660-8, private sec. to Queen Catherine of Braganza 1662-5, ld.

    MOORE, Sir John (1620-1702), of Mincing Lane, London.

    Yarmouth, and Thomas Bludworth. He invested his very considerable profits in East India stock, and in shares in the New River Company. He was elected alderman of London on 27 Sept. 1666, but was discharged on 30 Apr. 1667, on

    GIBBON, Edward (1737-94), of Bentinck St., London; Buriton, Hants; and Lenborough, Bucks.

    sale of Lenborough, in progress for some years, broke down; he was forced to sell his shares in the New River Company; Buriton was causing him expense; moreover he had to provide for his stepmother.My desires have always been moderate

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

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    Elizabeth Grindall, Killing, 22/02/1769

    daughter, an infant about a year and a half old, by casting it into the New River . She stood charged on the coroner's inquest for the said murder, January 15 . + Thomas Babington . There was a message

    SARAH EVANS, Killing, 07/04/1813

    in which you found the body was between the enclosure called the New River head and Islington-road - A. Yes. Q. The spac e from the New River head to that road is about three hundred yards, is it not

    THOMAS LANGFORD, JOHN BONE, Theft, 15/09/1819

    I live in Charles-square, Hoxton, at an academy there. On the 2d of August, I was bathing in the New River , my watch was in my hat - I observed the prisoner, Langford, on the bank of the river,

    JAMES BLANCHE, Theft, 03/07/1834

    April I saw the prisoner and James Norris throwing at Mr. Grinder's duck and drake, which were on the New River - they got them out of the river, and Blanche tied them up in a handkerchief, and threw them

    MATTHEW DOYLE, Violent Theft, 13/01/1773

    Mrs. Bell, and a Mr. Barkwith who is not here; as the coach was driving very slow between the New River and the turnpike, on a sudden both doors of the coach were opened by somebody from without in one

 

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