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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 25, October 1578, 01 October 1578-31 October 1578

    Spinola. Alderman Cooper. Buckland of Paternoster row. Sir Thos. Offley. Mr. Ployden, who hears mass at Baron Browne's, Fish Street Hill. Dr. Atslowe. Dr. Smith, Christchurch, near Newgate who was with Sir Fras. Englefield, and came over three years since. Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 21-30 Elizabeth I (1578-88)

    to Mr. Hare, formed part of No. 121, Upper Thames Street and part of Nos. 26 and 27, Fish Street Hill, which still stand, as well as other property which was sold under the London Bridge Act. The account of

    Suits and suitors

    succeeded to the earldom, 1556; died, 1583. St. Nicholas Cold, or Cole, Abbey, at the end of Old Fish Street Hill. Created Serjeant in 1577; made Chief Justice and Knighted in 1582; died, August 1st, 1605. Rouge Croix Pursuivant in

    Minute Book, April 1697, 02 April 1697-30 April 1697

    merchant in Bunhill Fields near White Cross Street and one Wheream a victualler at the Dolphin on New Fish Street Hill [therein alleged ] to be correspondents with the said coiners, as also one Jones, that keeps the Bell Inn

    Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company, Part III

    it was considered that the premises called the Maidenhead in Bridge Street (now forming part of No. 21, Fish Street Hill), having a frontage of 7 feet and a depth of 12 feet 8 inches, were what came originally from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r swm o 1338P. gan aelodau el gynulleidfa ye Fish Street Hill, Llundain, ar ei ymneillduad o'r fueeiliaeth, yr hon a janwodd am ycbwaneg na 40 mlynedd. Dywedai y Parch. Dr. Foley, yn nghymanfa esgob- awvl Cashel ac Emly, fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new enterprise. But Mr. Edison shook his head. Mr. Edison had not even beard of this prnojecto of Fish Street Hill and the Elephant and Castle. AI one-horse affair like the Elepiiant and Castle's -why shouli tidinga thereof raise an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mansion House, John Palmerston, whohas been several times remanded on the charge of firing off a pistol on Fish Street Hill, was again brought up. A warrant by a Magistrate at Shrewsbury for the apprehension of the prisoner on a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kingston-on-Hull, broker. Thomas M'Cartan, Kingston-on-Rnll, banker. BANXKRUPTS. ISAAC RICHABDsoN VIALOU, Fish Street Hill, and Richmond Road, Hackney, builder, Jan. 29 at 124, and March 3 at 11, at the Bankrupts! Court. Sols., Norton, Son, and Plamn, New Street, Bishopgate; off. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coleman Street. GEoRGE Wnira sea., Plaistow, Essex, tailor, April 13 and May 14, atl9kat Bankrupts' Court. Sol., Moss, Fish Street Hill, Gracbehurch Street; off. assBg., Can JonsN BUNTON, King's Lynn, Norfolk, hotel keeper, April 13 and May 14 at 11, Subscribers-only content

 

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