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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hull , 1700-1835

    , in less time than ships have of late been able to pass from the River Humber to the Old Dock .' 91 Controversy again delayed the necessary improvement. The Dock Company wished to increase the existing dock dues to

    Index

    (Staffs.), 445 Old Beverley St . , 73 Old Dagger Lane (Independent) Chap., 312-14, 317, 340. See also nonconformity Old Dock , see Dock, The Old Fleet , 464 Old Foundry , 189 Old Hebrew Congregation , 332 Old Hull

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): No. 45 Liverpool to revive No. 25, which has been dormant some time. G.L. Min. 4 Sept. 1782. Meeting Places Crown and Thistle, South Side, Old Dock, Liverpool, Lancashire 1764

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant, and Mrs lesif, resided in a house situated on the North Walls of the Old Dock. 'rieir family comprised two female servants, and three young children. At about eleven o'clock on Sunday evening, the watchmen were alarmed btr a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - T'. RyIly, Covenmtry dyer. [4ustrn & Hobson, Grav'B-tlwn. J Salter. biverto ,, bDvvolmshirs ftammoner. [ineflit; ilcmerstone-bmimmmig3 '; Mac'.enzie, Old Dock, Liverpool, liquor-mcrmhamm. TCmiieJje, Gt. Jasmn g. Netedhatr., Stockport. crirrier. [A'illne And P.1 hry,'ltifnpie. S .c em ct, Hodhge, Cheshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this election, says, "1 The SherflT' and his attendants proceeded to the hustings by way of Whitefriar-gate, Parliament-street, the Old Dock side, and Lowgate. On passing the Dock side we regret to state a most disoraceful scene occurred. A party Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T= e trade garden and other conveniences.-Apply, JoCeil t, Dnwe, Auc, nneer, WfIlenhail. c51l o' r '0 Let, at Old Dock, Newport, Mcon., largeYard sailei1 - 1toitaer, iron, coal, ec, with river frontage, Wllswaysidg. mr r; cranes.-Apply to G. B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    doing 5 000i i' iT trade: large garden and other convenienes.-Ayp re1 Uowe, Auctioneer, Willenh3ll. ' MO Let, at Old Dock, Newport, Mon., largeYard suitable I .5. timber, iron, coal, da., with river frontage, rawaysiduOiyX1 cranes.-Apply to G. B. Batchelor, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, July 1716, 21-31, 21 July 1716-31 July 1716

    of Susannah Newell and 84 others, detailed; and also the several messuages, tenements or dwelling houses over against the Old Dock in Chatham and in the tenure of George Anderson and John Yarwood; and also the several messuages, tenements or

    Index, C, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Ground near, 380. Key field, 380. Landwall, 380. Lower Horstead or Lower Horsefield, 380. Mill (water), 380. Mountfield, 380. Old Dock, 379. Old Payhouse, 379. Pond, 380. Salt marshes, 380. Scrubby Wood, 380. Smithfield Street, 379. Thorpe's Farm, 381. White's

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