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  • * British History Online * *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1569

    and following him, George Varneham forced an affray on Anthony Martin, at a place somewhere near the bridge towards Scotland Gate, and within the verge of the court, and was on the point of striking at him with the intention

    Charles I - volume 248, October 16-31, 1633, 16 October 1633-31 October 1633

    consider the best means for remedying the annoyance to his Majesty's house occasioned by the gravel lying continually before Scotland Gate, and in the passage near the mews, and for continuing the common sewers for St. Martin's Lane and Covent Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 318, April 1-18, 1636, 01 April 1636-18 April 1636

    Dudley Carleton. Begs him to acquaint the Lords [of the Council? ] that the reason why the nuisance before Scotland Gate is not wholly taken away is, that the money received has not defrayed the charge of the work already Subscribers-only content

    Index, S - Z

    Scarf , Scarves, see Apparel "Sceana," A Sword called a, 90 Schoolmaster , Unlicensed, 149 Scoles , Thomas, 248 Scotland Gate , The Bridge towards, 65 Scott , Elizabeth, 226 " , Robert, 227 " , William, 110 Screen Cloth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pro. 'I priator, trai11is: al tlio (rililill Freestone Company. n1 ltarrr W YASIL L, Coibof, Northumberrlnd, butcier. WILLIAM CtresLLR, Scotland Gate, Northuaiberland, inn. lkeeper,' L, JAit ROD9oN, North Shields, builder, trading as J. and T. 4 Robson. c- JAX.IE Jor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. It. Wearing, Ulvorston, joiner John EHart, Barrow-m-lVurness. baker Z Jolhn Mkarsdec, Worthincton, joiner 3 Wlitliam and islarearet Oliver, Scotland Gate. grocers Wt 1VU. l'othergill, Dodd's Armn Inn, Newcastle, licensed victualler a Dugald Macleeblan, Blaclett-ctreet. Newcastle. draper f Morrison W~'res, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Perot ersmis sutat of thle Colliery Distaicts wsotild ulsic good I~rehir for hItls venutlre. Address, Mrt J. Mrttsis, Scotland Gate, Morpel hi1. T TOflELET thePRO0P RI ETO0R S, &. Town of Dover), at Spacious PIECE of GROUND, suitable for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burt, M.P., addressed a meeting of his constituents in the Star Theatre, .Scotland Gate. Mr R. Lawther occupied the thair. - Mr Burt, who was enthusiastically re- ceived, contrasted the political power of the work- men now with wliat it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Shrewabur y' trading as the Grimshill Freestone Ralph Wardle, butcher, Cambo, Northumberland, land™' ' ulnkee P er . Scotland Gate, Northumber- -ndT^obso 8011 ' builder * North Shielda . trading as J. Be'verie" J ° hn HewB ° n Subscribers-only content

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