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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Durley

    meet, is the old Robin Hood posting-house, on the southernmost point of the hill on which Wintershill stands; it commands a fine view of the Hamble valley. About half a mile south-east of the Robin Hood is another piece of

    Goathurst Goathurst 1842

    bridge ( 1755 ), the Druid 's Temple ( 1756 ), the Temple of Harmony ( 1764 ), and Robin Hood 's House ( 1765 ). 38 By 1756 an avenue of trees led west from the house and a

    South Mimms Social life

    in the 1830s the New Friendly society met at the White Horse . 79 and another society at the Robin Hood and Little John . 80 The United Society of South Mimms , which met at the Bull, Potters Bar

    Landbeach Charities for the poor

    32- 3 Edw. III . Ibid. XXXV /55, 193. For Lee 's career and other misdeeds, J. Bellamy , Robin Hood , 87-96. C.C.C. Mun ., XXXV /57; XXXV /121, 35- 9 Edw. III . Ibid. XXXV /60, 63, 66-7;

    Parishes Loxley

    survives in a field called Chilversditch 16 near their western extremity. The tradition that Loxley was the birth-place of Robin Hood appears to have originated with J. R. Planche, who, in a paper read in 1864 , followed up Stukeley's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bob ei dydd, yr hyn a achosodd adfeiliaid bhan ye ei allo NU corfforol." an Rhoddwyd dadganiad o ' Robin Hood' yIn Nghaer- c. dydd, Mercher diweddaf.-Mae ' Elijah' Pw ddadgann 3 yn Abertawe y mis Desaf. Mr. Santley fydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and sweet ?rIellifleur, Tile cotirteois Lionel, kind fair Amie, all A1v friends and neighlboonis to tbe jolly bower 01 Robin Hood and to the greenwyood walks. No2s tbat the sh earing of your sheep is done' And the wasbed dcIs5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    And I Will tti Wea rmaerry jest Would tun tie a mian doii s'tairs,, i sieg not of greal3t Robin Hood, I-How lie' a bh'&Ser became ' And ivent a seling bis she~ep liCke eg : - lin lerry Notuiiha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    service, and dispatche 0Adkins, and T. 3Jones, a patrolc, to apprehend the duellists on Wins- bledon Common. At the Robin Hood and little John bin they met the Rev. 4. N Ej-Tcara, an active Ma- gfstrate of -andsworth, on horseback, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after all to some of his knrights, Launcelot 'or Tristan, for instaftee'; or to give a more familiar example, Robin Hood and his felowsS every one of whom, before hb could be admitted into tlve company, bad beaten 'the captain. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    London debates, 1778

    'Would it not be proper at this time to withdraw the British forces from America, and in order to act with greater vigour against France?' Question 'went in the affirmative'. Morning Chronicle 205 . July 13, 1778 Robin Hood

    London debates, 1776

    51 . October 21, 1776 Robin Hood Society 'Whether Mr. Molesworth's Calculations upon Lotteries were of advantage to adventurers, or an imposition on the credulity of the public? Last Monday night, at the Robin Hood Society, there was the most

    London debates, 1777

    . August 18, 1777 Robin Hood 'Whether the love of fame may be truly said to be a universal passion?' Question 'was carried in the affirmative'. Morning Chronicle 113 . August 25, 1777 Robin Hood 'Whether there is not more

    London debates, 1779

    Revived (Robin Hood) Society 'At the King's Arms tavern, and Gentlemen's Hotel, next door to the Hummums, Convent-Garden . . . will be opened a society for free debate, exactly on the plan of the late Robin Hood, Butcher-row, viz.

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Andrew Holborn Precinct, Robin Hood Court

    Aid 1693-1694 City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Andrew Holborn Precinct, Robin Hood Court City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Andrew Holborn Precinct, Robin Hood Court 41 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Robin Hood, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, near St. Clements, London 1754 Peele's Coffee House, Fleet Street, London 1760

    no name is given

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Bedford Head, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London 1775 Robin Hood, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, London 1789 Globe, Market, Pall Mall, London 1792 Crown Tavern, St. Dunstan's Passage, Fleet Street,

    no name is given

    Places Carpenters' Arms, Castle Gate, St. Peter's, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1790 Peacock, Mansfield Road, St. Peter's, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1794 Ram Inn, Long Row, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1801 Robin Hood, Milton Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1802 Milton's Head Inn, Milton Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1802

    Lodge of Loyalty

    320 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): [Minutes of 24 Oct. 1798.] Meeting Places Robin Hood, Mottram Moor, Mottram-in-Longendale, Cheshire 1798 Stag, Market Street, Mottram-in-Longendale, Cheshire 1816 Court Room, Market Place, Mottram-in-Longendale, Cheshire 1824 Angel

    Union Lodge

    Malton, Cockpit Hill, Manchester, Lancashire 1801 White Hart, Sugar Lane, Manchester, Lancashire 1804 The Angel, Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire 1806 Robin Hood, New Cross, Manchester, Lancashire 1806 Edinburgh Castle, Blossom Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1810 Earl Howe, Bengal Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1811

 

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