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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Isabella Butt

    Details Isabella Butt in religion Mary Clare Died 1819 19 Aug in Somers Town

    Mary Joyce

    Details Mary Joyce in religion Maria Teresa a S Thomas Died 1816 21 Jun in Somers Town

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester Castle

    , iv. 159). Milner, op. cit. ii, 166. From a sermon preached in October 1908 by Abbot Gasquet at Somers Town . He related how in his own early days he recollected hearing his father, who had himself come over

    Islington Growth Islington c. 1740 Islington c. 1848 Islington : evolution of settlement 1844-1904 Islington Town in 1817

    13 The poor were also moving in, displa ced by clearances, especially for railway yards at the termini; from Somers Town many very poor people settled in badly built streets near Tufnell Park , so reducing its attraction for the

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    Oxf. mayor's oath in, Oxf. trade with, Paul's Cross, rly. stations, St. Stephen's, Walbrook , sheriffs, shipmen of, soldiers, Somers Town (in St. Pancras par.), taxation, Tower, constable of, Westminster , and see Parliament abbot of, courts, central, see courts

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    Cross burial bd. Camden Town Gray's Inn Rd.: Mayo sch. Kentish Town King's Cross, q.v . nonconf. (protestant) roads Somers Town tech. educ. St. Pancras , Marylebone and Paddington Freehold Land Soc. St. Paul of Chartres , Sisters of St.

    Modern Oxford South- West Oxford in 1850 South- East Oxford in 1850 North Oxford in 1850 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    Somers Town or Summers Town , but it was later claimed that those names were a mis-spelling of Summertown , so called because of its pleasant location. 29 It seems possible, however, that the settlement was first named Somers Town

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    priests, are not philanritropists.-Very respectfully your's, SINIPLEX. PRICE, OF WORSHIP. AIR. EXAMTINR,-Lat Stunday, on going into a Chapel at Somers Town, I observed a nurmber of persons stand- intg divided from t he rert of the congregation by r parti- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months, at intervals, the family oF Mr. Dickens, oinamental paper-stainer, residing in Skinner. street, Somers Town, have been nitlstly alarmed by the back windows of the htese being broken with stones thrown by some invisible hand, and although the maid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taking from his boine, for the purpose of placing in a Lunatic Asylum, Mr Grindell, sen, of Judd place Somers Town, the uncle of the first named prisoner.-Mr Hadden, soneofthecomplainant's solicitorsyand Dr Mitchell, his medical attendant, together with several of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held at the Crown and Anchor, Somers Town, on the bodyof Thomas Price, a pawnbroker. It appeared that abort 1B months ago, a legacy of 4,0001. was left to the deceased. He had before that time been a very abstemious Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IS, who was found drowned in the Regent's Canal. She was the daughter of Mr Jude, carpenter, Charlton street, Somers Town, the eldest of seven children, and was a virtuous and well-disposed girl, her father said. A young man named Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Old Union Lodge

    Street, Strand, London 1796 Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand, London 1800 King's Head Tavern, Poultry, London 1821 Perseverance Tavern, Somers Town, London 1826 Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, London 1828 Castle & Falcon Tavern, Aldersgate Street, London 1829 Radley's Hotel,

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 23 July 1830, 23 July 1830-23 July 1830

    Southwest district of Saint Pancras ; the Foundling Hospital district; the Bedford Estate district; the Harrison Estate district; the Somers Town district; the Brewers' Estate district; the Pancras Union district; the Camden Town district; the Hamlet of Kentish Town district;

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 11 May 1830, 11 May 1830-11 May 1830

    Estate district; the Skinners' Estate district; the Lucas Estate district; the Harrison Estate district; the Battle Bridge district; the Somers Town district; the Brewers' Estate district; the Pancras Union district; the Camden Town district; the Hamlet of Kentish Town district;

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    Snaresbrook , Essex, 246 Snow Hill , 70 Society for Constitutional Information , 237 Soho , 68, 70, 116 Somers Town , 68 South Crescent , Bedford Square, 70 Southwark , 'Borough', 23, 69, 70, 71, 87, 116, 117 Sparks

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

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    MICHEAL HUGHES, Theft, 17/04/1822

    am a fishmonger. On the 13th of March, between four and five o'clock, I was by Hughes's house, at Somers Town , and saw the prisoner take a copper from his door, put it on his head, and walk off

 

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