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  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Notes (1): Termed " Sun, Square, and Compasses," in G.L. Pro. 1773, &c. Meeting Places Post Office, Custom Flouse Quay, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1761 Square and Compass Termed Sun, Square, and Compasses, in G.L. Pro. 1773, Old Quay, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1763

    no name is given

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Square and Compasses, Old Quay, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1813 Masons' Arms, Brick Street, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1813 Horse and Farrier [The Ginns], Whitehaven, Cumberland 1815

    Sun, Square and Compass Lodge

    1768 Square and Compasses, Old Quay, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1785 Scales, Market Place, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1794 Private Lodge Room, Bardywell Lane, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1799 Masons' Arms, Brick Street, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1800 Square and Compasses, Old Quay, Whitehaven, Cumberland 1802 King's Arms,

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, 1835-43

    is, if necessary, to recover possession by ejectment. The Finance Committee are to le t the houses at the Old Quay and the rooms under the Town Hall not used as Prison rooms. 1839 February 4. William Edmunds, of the

    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    to Michaelmas 1821, as per Bill & Voucher 5. 13. 7 . 1822 Paid John George for repairing the Old Quay 2. 9. 0. Paid Tho s Charles Esq r being Subscription for Surveying the intended Improvement at the New

    Council Minutes, 1833-35

    part of the Town Wall, in tenure of the same at 1. 15 s . Several cottages near the Old Quay, in tenure of David Evans at 40. The Town Wall, in lots. Ordered, that a donation of 100 be

    Council Minutes, 1843-55

    in occupation of the Ordnance Department of the War Office. 5. Messuage called the Old Boring Mill, on the Old Quay in St. Mary's parish in Cardiff, in occupation of Joseph William Hall. 6. Stable and court at the Golate

    Council Minutes, Book No.VII (3), 1818-33

    Common Council. M r Richards purchased, for 150, of Messrs. Savery & Co., a warehouse and garden near the Old Quay, and disposed of the premises to the Corporation for the same price, to be used as a Pig Market.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a distance of nearly a niik; in 29 ni. untes: he immediately returned across the river, and reached the Old Quay Pier (a similar distance) in 40 minutes, being the first instance known of any person accomplishing such a task.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Reeves Smith and Son, Holte Hotel, Lower Grounds, Trinity Road, Aston-juxta-Birmingliam, hotel.keepers. JOIN YAPF, Halton, near Runcorn, and Old Quay, Runcorn, flour merchant, DAVID CAnTAIt, EDwARD BIRCH, STEPnEN BARnIALD, and THoMAsx Bmncn, trading as D. Carter and Co., Stratford-on. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remanded on a charge of murdering James Orme. Both are youths aged about seventeen, and were employed at the Old Quay Copperworks. On Monday they had a fight to settle a difference. After fighting ten minutes they wrestled, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of "' Accidental death." I The Wam2ngton Guas'rdian announces the Intended purohase of the Duke of Bridgewater's and the Old Quay Comppay's canals by the London and North-Western and other raliways. We (Army and Navy Gazette), are Informed that in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    died from exhaustion. The Warri ng" Guardian announces the intended pur. chase of the Duke of Brldgwater's and the Old Quay Corn. pany's canals by the London and North-Western and other ralawars. A splendid Ialacoa walking cane has been presented Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    now the greater part of all the trade is carried on at the Albert or New Pier . The Old Quay has been largely extended since 1825 , and the road running between the Dolphin Inn and the sea was Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    mention the New Pier , although it did not exist until long after I came to the town. The Old Quay , in 1825 the largest in Cornwall , could never afford sufficient accommodation, and the shipping was much exposed Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    besides sheltering the ships from the south-east, that it has taken away a great deal of business from tho Old Quay . During the re¬ joicings consequent on laying the foundation stone, a dreadful murder was committed in Rosevean Road Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    now the greater part of all the trade is carried on at the Albert or New Pier . The Old Quay has been largely extended since 1825 , and the road running between the Dolphin Inn and the sea was Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    mention the New Pier , although it did not exist until long after I came to the town. The Old Quay , in 1825 the largest in Cornwall , could never afford sufficient accommodation, and the shipping was much exposed Subscribers-only content

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