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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Social and cultural activities

    of the Woman with cakes in one hand and a pot of ale in the other was the Mother Red Cap , Upper Holloway , 65 which existed in the 1630s . 66 Identif ication of later inns with those

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    Mother Red Cap inn stood almost opposite on the west side of the high road by the 1630s , when it seems to have been the haunt of prostitutes. 26 A little south of the Mother Red Cap was another


    Half Moon Horse and Groom (formerly Castle and Falcon ) and see Islington , mans., Palmer Ingleby Arms Mother Red Cap Plough (later Crown) retail trade roads, Hornsey Rd. (Tollington Lane) Rom. Cathm. schs. soc. life, see Holloway , Upper,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fornierly of Liverpool. At Weare, Somerset, aged 100 years, Mr. James Pyther, better known by the same of Daddy Red Cap: ihe vended butter in Bristol market for upwards of 85 years. He has left behtnd htm four gsnerations.-Taenton Courier. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an air of dignity and sorrowful resignation, sat among the tables and Grenadiers, a woman ofiars her moo a Red Cap; she laqed7s it in her hand, even puts it on the little Prince Royal. Madame,' said Santerre, ' this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Newton's Hotel, Blacbfrlars rood. St Geos e's, St Saviour's, and St Olave- The Central Committee Room. Camberwell -The Red Cap. Wandsworth -The Spread Esgie. Streatham The Greyhound. King1sa- The Sun. Rihmond- The Talbot. Reigate - - - - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its support.-KENTISH TowN. -Avery numerous meeting of the Anti-Corn-law Asso. eiation of this district was held at the Milother Red Cap Tavern. Mr Dughdon, the chairman, introduced the business of the evening be reviewing the present state of the question, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the evening of the next day we completed the remain- ing 32 miles, and found ourselves at the Mother Red Cap, at Camden Town, with enough in our pockets to procure half-a-pint of porter. (Loud cheers and continued laughter.) Thus Subscribers-only content

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