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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bethnal Green Cambridge Heath Cambridge Heath : principal estates

    28 John Scott , an Islington brickmaker, was let the central portion of the estate in 1808 , building Prospect Place in Russia Lane and houses in a new road running north from it, called West Street and later Potter's

    List of maps

    in 1880 , at the vicar's expense; designed by Somers Clarke , 29 it stood in what was later Prospect Place , south-west of West green. 30 The first curate in charge was the vicar's son, 31 who had a

    Stoke Newington Other estates Stoke Newington : estates c. 1814

    of Chancery Lane , whose portion lay between Cock and Castle Lane and Prospect Place , sold most of the land and houses facing Prospect Place to John Moore , chinaman of Holborn , in 1815 but still owned the

    Worthing Growth of the town Worthing Town Center c. 1975 Worthing c. 1975

    the west side of Montague Place was built between 1802 and 1805 . 57 Further west King's Row and Prospect Place were recorded in 1807 , 58 Prospect Row in 1810 , 59 and Trafalgar Place, later Augusta Place ,

    Hornsey , including Highgate Buildings of Highgate

    49, of red brick and perhaps originally one house of five bays, may be early-18th-century, with later twin doorcases. Prospect Place (nos. 109-19) is a yellow-brick three-storeyed terrace, dated 1811, and Prospect Terrace (nos. 133-9) is grey-brick, of three storeys,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -9s.; P'rap Heol, Alp-i2s.; FVwyn Heandy, i75p, Is.; Heoi-yrfarchnad, 268p. 19is.; Dock Newydd, 227p. Ss.; Old Road, 16p. 9s.; Prospect Place, 71p.ll9s.; Pont- yeetes, 51p. 16s.; Park Street, 219iS. 9s. Sc.; SpItty, Sfp. S9i. Cyfesswn y grant, 1681p, l3s. 9G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    faetor.-fct. 31. J. Feldw icke, the eider, Brighthelm-. ston, shoe-mnsaker.--XNov. 12. J. Hlurdis, Seaford, apo- thecary.-Nov. 12. 1. Poole, Prospect Place, St. George's Fields, linen-draper. CERTIFIFCTES-Ocs. 29. V. Green, Liverpool, cutier.-A. Itter, and J. 11olding, Wet'.tworth-street, Wlitechapel, sugar-refivers--J. J. Fuller, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It appeared from the evidence that for some time past the deceased occupied a small room at 2 Upper Prospect Place, Homerton. All that she had to support herself with was 1s. Gd. a week; 41b. of bread, and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Leeds, but now of 94, Nottingham Road, Derby, ale and porter rnerchant. SArswzr, GnREGoRY, the Cambrian Inn; Lower Prospect Place, Petmbroke, licensed victualler.' -I . * - Josaernr TAYLRo, 48, Llsirpoolitoad, St. Ueleos, LaLncashire, grocer, bal ee, and iloor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years' reference.-Mios S.. Coopers Registry Olico, 295,Mostoeleyv~gtad. 05886 ('OOKC, age 225, Waiits .Situatioin, nmIn eal foally.-A. Beehy, 3, C.. Prospect Place, Wellington Roati, Percy Bacr. c6991U CO SHinoliley; EdgbeSten, dairy, £020.; Stourbridce £18 Censcueal, Clean, ;l1. .- Mrs. Handsa Registry, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Restoration Lodge

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bay Horse and Jockey [ Horse and Groom in Warrant], Darlington, Durham 1761 The Sun, Prospect Place, Darlington, Durham 1764 Private Room, Priest Gate, Darlington, Durham 1774 Private Room, Bond Gate, Darlington, Durham 1811 Hat and

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Clothworkers' Company, Part I

    together with the three me ssuages numbered 1, 2, and 3, Prospect Place, Nightingale Lane, and the two cottages numbered 4 and 5, and stable in Prospect Place; also the two newly-erected messuages opposite Nightingale Lane, and the messuages, shed,


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