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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Newington Introduction

    by the inclusion of the detached portions of South Hornsey and the rest of Brownswood, the western boundary following Seven Sisters , Blackstock , and Mountgrove roads, but by minor adjustments to the south-western boundary with Islington 7 and to

    Islington Protestant nonconformity

    Junction Rd. Utd. Ref. ch. 1972 . Closed 1978 . 19 Seven Sisters Rd. Cong. ch., reg. 1865, replaced 1885 by Finsbury Pk. Cong. ch., corner of Seven Sisters and Palmerston (later Playford ) rds. 20 Large membership under T.

    Tottenham Education

    infts. sch. The para. is based on Seven Sisters Sch . [ Diamond Jub. booklet, 1949 ] and inf. supplied by the headmaster, Seven Sisters ' jr. sch., and the headmistress, Seven Sisters inf. sch. Kelly 's Dir. Mdx .

    Tottenham Communications TOTTENHAM c. 1619

    maintaining Green Lanes until 1789. The commissioners for the metropolitan turnpike roads superseded the trustees in 1826 . 55 Seven Sisters Road , to improve access from Islington and so from the west end of London , was driven north-eastward

    Tottenham Growth before 1850

    interest centred on the walnut itself, 54 which survived in 1724 . 55 The clump was known as the Seven Sisters by 1732 , when the lord's licence was sought for the lower boughs to be lopped. 56 Although the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    asfyll ar y gledr ffordd rhwng Castellnedd ac Aberhonddoi, tug wyth milldir o0r cyntaf. Enw newydd y sle ydyw, Seven Sisters. Mae yno watth glo pwm sig wedi es iger gan Mni. Evans- Bevan. castellnedd, ac ogeinian lawer o bobI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dioddefwyr ya cadw-en bamgylchisdau.mor snhyabyssg.y gilint. Dioddefir 1lawer pin Ynysoedwyn, lie mae y gweithfeydd .aisrn wedi sofylL Yn y Seven Sisters tollier~eie gorfjd~ir yglowyr gerdded dros ddwy flllir y.dd dros finyddoedd, ac 'nid ydynt yn cael gweithiodond an ie ddau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Mr. David Powell, Tonan. Holwyd a, . y gwahanol ysgolion gan y gweinidogion canlynol :- o. Ysgolion Clyne, Seven Sisters, a'r Tonau, gan y Parch. Y D. G. Jones, Tonau; ysgolion Cilffriw ac Aberdulais, n gan y Parch. B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r Gymdeithasfa nes3f. Addawyd e lleoedd canlynol am y waith gyntaf,-Felin NYd i Felindre, lop.; Brynsadler, lop.; Terrac Read Seven Sisters, 12p.; Llangynwyd, 4Op., o ymnntI' Pontrhydcyffi gael gweinidog, onide 5p.; Gil ac argOtj 15p. ; Seion, Tredegar, lOp-; Plasnewy. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. G. Jones a VW. Samlet Williams i wneyd ymchwiliad, yn y mnodd y gwelant yn oreu, am brydles Seven Sisters. Nodwyd ar y Parch. D. Thorne Evans a Mrr Seth Rees i fyned i Gorseinion i weled unfrydedd yr Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, November 1653, 01 November 1653-30 November 1653

    and Benjamin, John Witty, master, the John and Thomas, Thos. Port, master, the Amity, John Tully, master, and the Seven Sisters, Abraham Read, master, to transport servants and passengers to Virginia, and 150 dozen of shoes in each ship. [

    America and West Indies, January 1653, 01 January 1653-31 January 1653

    the Planter, Honor, Hopeful adventure, Golden Lyon, Charles, Anthony, and Margaret; granting letters of marque to them and the Seven Sisters, and the James, about to sail for Virginia, and licence to carry not more than 1,000 dozen pair of

    Venice, October 1513, 01 October 1513-31 October 1513

    number of cannon, as named hereunder: First of all seven great guns, which from their uniformity, were called the Seven Sisters. Also five curtals. Also two culverins. Also four sacres. Also seven great serpentines. Also twenty-four great guns. Innumerable wagons

    Index, S, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    James de, 398, 436, 459, 460. -,-, petition of, 459. Sequestrations , Commissioners for, 340. Seramica River , 414. Seven Sisters , the, 397, 411. Severn , Captain John, 176, 324, 438. -,-, bond of, 324. Seville , 14. Seymour

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, ./.4/7542

    Going home we met with a chaise with a man and woman in it, at a place called the Seven Sisters , on this side Tottenham , where the woman was set down from the chaise, and walked up the

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