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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 30 April 1645, 30 April 1645-30 April 1645

    the County of Wigorn . (Here enter it.) Agreed to. Spring Gardens and Hyde Park to be kept shut on Sundays, Fast-days, & c. Ordered, That both The Spring Gardens and Hide Parke shall be kept shut, and no Person

    London debates, 1786

    was the best recommendation in a Woman to a Husband?' General Advertiser 1139 . October 23, 1786 Westminster Forum, Spring Gardens 'Was Charlotte correct, in admitting the visits of Werter, after her marriage?' The Question was 're-investigated in the presence

    London debates, 1781

    of Jesus is the Spirit of Prophecy.' Morning Herald January 2 715 . January 7, 1781 School for Theology Spring Gardens 'And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him

    London debates, 1787

    January 1, 1787 Westminster Forum, Spring Gardens 'Which is more painful to a Woman of Sensibility, to be obliged to marry the Man she dislikes, or debarred the man she loves?' Morning Herald 1171 . January 4, 1787 Society for

    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 24 April 1657, 24 April 1657-24 April 1657

    of Strafford, June 1635, ( Strafford's Letters , i. 435.) "Since Spring Gardens was put down, we have, by a servant of the Lord Chamberlain, a new Spring Gardens , erected in the fields beyond the Meuse ; where is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn cael ei chynal mewn lloft y tucefn i dy Mr. Wheeler, y Green, d- a'r mynediad iddi trwy Spring Gardens. Yno ol yr oedd yn 1847-8. Y pryd yma y diweddar Mr. n- David Jones, Bank, oedd yr arolygwr; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of art. We do not mean to give a scientific account of the curious piece of mechanism exhibited at Spring Gardens; but shall merely describe it from our impressions at the time, before we had read any of the pamphlets. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that she had brought a good character to her prosecutor's family, was sent into ihn Palrmaster s Q5leae, in Spring Gardens, with otler certificateg of her good chiaracter, be flither's regimental certific ate and diocharge. and the peat- Itions for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Norfolk placea toy opinion of his Jnrdgmen!t of Solomon on record, when it 'vas first ex- hibited in Spring Gardens. Accident alone enabledime to olbtain access, tor a quarter of an hour, to the grand histo- rical composition on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *till, from ithe length .of thre above, acqeit us-of interatiheal-neglect in not uotticing the excelleit iExhi bitions of the Royal Academy 'and Spring Gardens, and also Mr. CT.OVER'S. We shall pay our respects to themr next veek.'] . 1, , Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royd's Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 1118 Lodge Number (1863): 816 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Rooms, Spring Gardens, Wardle, Lancashire 1860 Sun Inn, Featherstall Road, Littleborough, Lancashire 1885 Falcon Inn, Church Street, Littleborough, Lancashire 1892

    Royal Grove Lodge

    Globe, South Molton Street, Oxford Street, London 1805 Coach and Horses, Brewer Street, Golden Square, London 1805 Lord Cochrane, Spring Gardens, Charing Cross, London 1810 Queen's Head, Crown Court, Princes Street, Soho, London 1813 Three Doves, Berwick Street, Soho, London

    Lodge of Unity

    1805 Black Prince, Chandois Street, St. Martin's Lane, London 1807 Garrick'sHead, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 1808 Lord Cochrane, Spring Gardens, Charing Cross, London 1810 Wheatsheaf Tavern, Strand, London 1812 Two Angels and Crown, Little St. Martin's Lane, London 1813

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Ireland [Leaflets ] . Nos. 1-13., 1886

    ? HOME RULE is not LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUT NATIONAL DISRUPTION Which every patriotic Liberal ought to resist. Published by the Liberal Committee for the Maintenance of the Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland , 35, Spring Gardens , S.W. Subscribers-only content

    Ireland [Leaflets ] . Nos. 1-13., 1886

    manner which we ourselves condemn.- " The Times " Parliamentary Debates, April 10th, 1886 . l Published by the Liberal Committee for the Maintenance of the Legislative Union between Gr eat Britain and Ireland , 35, Spring Gardens , S.W. Subscribers-only content

    Ireland [Leaflets ] . Nos. 1-13., 1886

    Gladstone and justice to Ireland . " T. P. O ' Connob, President of the League. " Published by the Liberal Committee for the Maintenance op the Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland , 35, Spring Gardens , S.W. Subscribers-only content

    Ireland [Leaflets ] . Nos. 1-13., 1886

    , as the indispensable safeguard of ths liberties of the whole people of this island. " Published bt the Liberal Committue for the Maintenance of the t Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland , 35, Spring Gardens , S.W. Subscribers-only content

    Ireland [Leaflets ] . Nos. 1-13., 1886

    am, Sir, your obedient servant, WILLIAM AETHUE, Ex-Pi esident Wesley an Conference, London , April 24 . Published by the Liberal Committee for the Maintenance of the Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland , 35, Spring Gardens , S.W. Subscribers-only content

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

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    WILLIAM WARRINGTON, Theft, 07/09/1774

    Wood , Aug. 20th . + Thomas Wo od . Hacker and I worked together at a house in Spring Gardens . On Saturday fortnight these three saws were carried up into a two pair of stairs room; on Monday

    GEORGE BURGESS, THOMAS HASSEN, Theft, 06/07/1814

    saw them take the snuff box. They went more than a dozen times from Spring Gardens to Charing Cross. I saw them at Spring Gardens come round an elderly gentleman and a lady together. I saw both the prisoners round

    EDWARD GUPPRY, Theft, 06/07/1814

    June, I saw the prisoner at Spring Gardens; it was on the night of the illumination. I observed him an hour to and fro with the mob. I watched him from Spring Gardens to Carlton-house. He appeared to be by,

    JESSE BOWTELL, Theft, 18/09/1820

    THOMAS INGRAM . I live in Harley-street. On the 18th of August I was standing at the entrance to Spring Gardens to see her Majesty pass. A rush came instantly at me . The prisoner came with his arms and

 

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