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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1945-74

    on 3½ acres owned by the Grosvenor estate between Bridge Street , Eastgate Street , Pepper Street , and Newgate Street . The last was blocked by the multi-storey car park and department store at the centre of the scheme.

    Churches and religious bodies Other churches

    A third missionary effort resulted in the establishment of a church c . 1961. It met initially in the Newgate Street assembly rooms, from c . 1964 at Stanley Palace , and in 1965 built a church in Clifton Drive,

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 The economy, 1945-74

    after it was bought by the Bank of Scotland in 1958 . A small new head office opened in Newgate Street in 1956 and was replaced by a large one, of eight storeys, in City Road in 1963 (at the

    Topography 900- 1914 Early medieval, 900- 1230

    the additional area enclosed by the medieval defences at City Walls Road and Bedward Row. 12 Fleshmongers Lane (later Newgate Street ) connected St. Werburgh's with St. John 's, running from Eastgate Street across the line of the Roman south

    Parishes Limpsfield

    was sold, probably by Sir Marmaduke Gresham , to John Godfrey of Limpsfield , gentleman, formerly a linendraper of Newgate Street , London . The latter by his will dated 13 March 1753 -4 4 left all his real estate

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crown, Prujean Court, Old Bailey, London 1731 Three Tuns, Newgate Street, London 1731 Salutation, Newgate Street, London 1741

    St. Nicholas' Lodge

    26 (A) [of24 Sept. 1805] in 1814. Meeting Places Private Room at Bro. Fife's, Castle Garth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1767 White Hart, Cloth Market, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1795 Scotch Arms, Newgate Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1801 Chancellor's Head, Newgate Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1806

    Friendly Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Nag's Head Inn, Leather Lane, Holborn, London 1790 King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, London 1793 Queen's Arms Tavern, Newgate Street, London 1798 Ashby Castle, Northampton Square, London 1810 Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, London 1814

    Northern Counties Lodge

    (1832): 586 Lodge Number (1863): 406 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places King's Head, Blackett Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1831 Freemasons' Hall, Bell's Court, Newgate Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1837 Masonic Hall, Maple Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland 1871

    Barnard Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 1230 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places King's Head Hotel, Market Place, Barnard Castle, Durham 1869 Witham Testimonial, Market Place, Barnard Castle, Durham 1871 Masonic Hall, Newgate Street, Barnard Castle, Durham 1880

  • * British History Online *

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    SKERES, Mistress

    was put in prison because she practised medicine: a complaint had been made by the wife of Barker of Newgate Street, that she had received bad treatment when she was suffering from catarrh saying that she had ruined her appearance.

    London debates, 1776

    fully discussed, have given 5 guineas as a token of their approbation.' 2 . January 5, 1776 Queen's Arms, Newgate Street 'Which are the most loyal subjects, and the best friends to liberty, those who in their Addresses to the

    The College of Minor Canons, Charter of Incorporation, 1394

    the silver sparingly employed has turned black, the gold and colour retain much of their original splendour. S. Nicholas Flesh Shambles in Newgate Street. Anne of Bohemia, sister of the Emperor Wenceslaus of Germany, the beloved consort of Richard II.

    Evidences, 1883, The Ulster estates

    of the Company, which was a few years ago, we had a certain firm of brushmakers named Pritchard, in Newgate Street, who had been members of the Company for generations, and I myself, as senior warden, whose duty it is

    London debates, 1777

    1, 1777 Debating Society, Queen's-Arms, Newgate Street '1. Which tends more to improve the morals of mankind, Tragedy or Comedy? 2. Which is the best school of oratory, the Pulpit, the Bar or the Stage? To relieve the author of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Radclyffe. Crop helaeth mewn tar wythnos. Darlaeth ragorol at dyfu'r gwallt, drwy y post, 14 e stamps._ DAVIS, 101, Newgate Street, Iond ,,H.C, CLARENOE STREET PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. ORDINARY SHARES, £10 -EACH. ENTRANCE FEES: OLD MEMBERS, Is. PER SHARE. NEW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Radelyffe. Crop helaeth mewn tair wythnos. Darrariaeth ragorol at dyfu-r gwallt, drwy y post, 14 o stamps.-R. DAviS, 101, Newgate Street, London, E.C. THE LODGE WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODISTS' BAZAAR, X87O7. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS. RECEIPTS. 1877. 7 s. d. Collected by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Radclyffe, Crop helaeth mewn tair wythnos. Darrariseth ragorol at dyfu'r gwallt. drwy y post, 14 o stamps.-R. DAvIS, 101, Newgate Street, London, B.C. Allan o'r Wasg, pris Is, 6c.; cldiad, 1He., GOFYNIADAU AR EFENGYL MATH EW. Yn rhifo dros Wyth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crop helaeth rnewn tair wythinos. DarPerineth ragurol at dyfn'r gwallt, drwy y pest, 14 o stamps .-R. DAvIS, 101, Newgate Street, London, 1!.C. O NE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS I warranted to cure all disebarges from the Urinary! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crop helaeth mewn tair wythnos . Dareriaeth ragorol at dyfu'r gwallt, drwy y post, 14 o stampS.-11 DAvIS, 101, Newgate Street, London, EC. Yn awr yn barod, mewn Amlen grynot P1IS SW-LT YE U1, eS Y GYFROL GYNTAF A'R AIL Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SKRINE, William (?1721-83), of Arlington Street, London

    SKRINE, William (?1721-83), of Arlington Street, London Constituency Dates Callington 22 Nov. 1771 1780 Biography Skrine’s father amassed a very considerable fortune in his Bath practice,[footnote] and formed connexions among his titled patients, including the family of the Earl

    GATACRE, Thomas (by 1533-93), of London.

    stock’ than he was. On 25 Jan. 1576 Gatacre added to the rectory of St. Edmund that of Christchurch, Newgate Street, where the patrons were the city corporation and the governors of St. Bartholomew’s hospital, but this he resigned within

    BASELEY, William (by 1521-73/74), of Lambeth and Southwark, Surr. and Garsdon, Wilts.

    for some years past. He may have been the William Baseley whose house in the parish of Christ Church, Newgate Street, was burgled on 30 Apr. 1557, when £120 was removed by ‘servants’ of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke,

    HADDON, Walter (c.1516-71), of London and St. Mary Cray, Kent.

    was a distant cousin. Haddon, a prolific writer in both prose and verse, was considered one of the best Latinists of his day. His monument in Christ Church, Newgate Street, celebrated his legal and classical learning and his rhetorical ability.[footnote]

    JACOB, William (?1762-1851), of Dartmouth Street, Westminster.

    South America’.[footnote] He began to appear in the London directories in 1794, in partnership with John Jacob, at 36 Newgate Street, variously described as linen merchant, warehouseman and merchant. They invested £1,000 in the 1797 loyalty loan. In view of

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The sea nymph

    DEDICATED TO mmm , hi wt ©a iib -o t . i e ft a , BY E/ir srA.HAU I . fii\ JlPl l\ -/ ] lii S lE il 17]:I ii . LONDON- JOHN SHEPHERD, NEWGATE STREET, fniCE 3/ Subscribers-only content

    New publications by C. & H. Baldwyn, Newgate Street

    xsnr H<i IBdJ^f:^ OfvBcnaj^ 'uriaippg pf ^ -^ fiq siiOi}Voi]qn ^ cnojsl New Puhlkations by C. §• H. Baldiuyn, Newgate Street. -^ Just published, in 1 vol. 12mo. price 7s. Gd. boards, f DESULTORY THOUGHTS IN LONDON, mb TITUS AND Subscribers-only content

    On the first of February was published, price 5s. no. IX. Commencing the fifth volume of The retrospective review.

    known long since, and whom they will? get no credit for knowing now. PUBLI3M£D BY C. AND H. BALDWYN, NEWGATE STREET; AND E. XftiPHOOK,.? OLD BOND STREET. MAURICC, PRINTER* FENCHURCH STRSBT. 01 ^ H XHXVaS HOHAHaMXJ 'HaXKIHa 'aDIHAVH •xaams aNo« Subscribers-only content

    Gaily I take my way

    (The ballad singer) [Music title pages, Sheet music covers] I 4 13 \3 (-lii/c^ I. " Gaily I take hit wa\\" r^ ^'M s&^.j^a// e^ deb: LONDON JOHN SHEPHERD, NEWGATE STREET,? WOOD A C" EDINBURGH, AND J. M. WOOD Subscribers-only content

    A catalogue of the pictures in England.

    part will be ready for delivery with the last Part ofthe Portraits. Published for tlic Proprietor, by C. Baldwyn, Newgate Street ; Carpenter Sf Son, and R. Triphook,? Old Bond Street. Also by Colnagiii Sf Co. Cockspur Street ; and Subscribers-only content

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

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    Theft, 16/05/1678

    to Service by Newgate street , after she had been there a fortnight, takes her opportunity in her Master s and Mistrisses absence to steal a silver Tankard valued at 3 l. 10 s. and a very considerable quantity of

    Allen Roberts, Killing, 16/07/1679

    head of William Niccols , a Child in Newgate street , on July the 5th , which was proved to be his Death , but by reason there were several witnesses that it was done casually, he was cleared .

    Edmond Barretts, Deception, 25/10/1758

    and Shephard's in Newgate street where I am servant, betwixt eight and nine o'clock to borrow a half hundred weight in Mr. Barnsley's name. Q. Where does Mr. Barnsley live? Mascall. He lives in Newgate street; I went to the

    Patrick Nicholson, Theft, 16/01/1760

    Walter Matthews , Jan. 2 . || Walter Matthews . I am a cheesemonger , and live in Newgate Street . On the 2d of this instant I lost a firkin of butter from my door, but I do not

    THOMAS MILLER, Theft, 29/04/1772

    Thomas Blake , March 28 . ~ John Bartlet . I am servant to Mr. Field, an apothecary, in Newgate Street ; the prosecutor served my master with bread; I saw the prisoner take a loaf out of the basket,


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