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  • * British History Online *

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    Papers, 1832 (2 of 3)

    a public meeting which will probably be held on saturday. Mary le bone Pancrass [ sic ] Paddington, Clerkenwell, St Lukes, Cripplegate, St Brides, St Clement, Lambeth and many other parishes are moving. 45 . [Add. Ms. 27793, ff. 123-4.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14 Goodge street, Tottenham court 609 Chiswell street. road. 3 Fiusburymarket. 13 Woodstock street, Oxford street. 31 Old street, St Lukes. Barnes-1. Wetherall. 24 Newgate market, Bayswater-. Callard. Huish's court, Blackfriars. lBrentford, facing the Cannon-G. Hill. 11 St Martin's-le-granet. Bromptou, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Turner, Aldermoanbury. A. Frebout, jan. Steward street, Spitalfields, silk manufacturer. [Smith and Taylor, Basinghall street. G. Moir, John's row, St Lukes, boot and shoemaker. [Hughes and Turner, Charles street, City road. C. Self, Sun street, Bishopsgate Without, City, plumber. [Wright, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victualler. [AABeckett, Golden square. H. Bennett, Chatham, Kent, corn dealer. [Jones..Clement's court, Lombard street. W. C. Bartlett, Gosvell street, St Lukes, cook. [Bateman, Exeter street, Strand. I. Allen, Great Wilde street, carman. [Blake and Poole, Blachfriars road. R Skinner, West Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyer, Myddle- ton street, Clerkenivell, cheesemonger-June 11, t. K. Frankish, Scarborough, Yorkshire, joiner-June It, J. M. Hervey, Brickt lane, St Lukes, ironfounder- Jane 12, J. Jones, jun., and T. Oakes, Ktinsgwinford, Staffordshire, ironnasters- June II, J. Shelford, Standon, lIertfordshire, butcher-June Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hastings, tailor-Octobar 9, W. Wieler, Crotched friars, merchant-October 9, J. Wilkins, Brighton, bailder-October 9, H. Plummer, jun., Golden lane, St Luke's, wood turner-October 9, H. Adams Hastings, liardwareman-October 15, J. C. Reeves, Long Ashton, Semoersetshire, paint manufacturer-October 14, WV. Higginbothans, Subscribers-only content

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

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    Mary Niblet, Theft, 13/04/1743

    Niblet of St Lukes , was indicted for stealing 1 Quilted Petticoat, val. 16s. the Goods of Joseph Pyke , and 1 Silk Petticoat, val. 8s. the Goods of Mary Hicks ; 1 Cloth Cloak, val. 3s. and 1 Brass-Skimmer,

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