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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Present State.

    The Royal African House, a large House, being the Place for the Management of the Affairs of that Company. Sugar Loaf Court, a pretty handsome Place, with a Free Stone Pavement, well built and inhabited. Black Raven Alley, small and

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [St. Sepulchres.] Faringdon Ward without. [Benefactions.]

    in the Pound to the Paymaster; and five Shillings for Debenture. There is paid 1l. 6s. 8d. for Coalhouse. The Sexton , a Sugar Loaf . The Benefactors. Vicarage House. Glebe . Rights of the Vicar. Dr. Bell , Vic.

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. St. Giles in the Fields. Streets.

    but indifferent, nor, by consequence, so well Inhabited; and on this side are three small Courts and Alleys, viz. Sugar Loaf Alley, Bull Head Court, and Whitcombs Alley. There is a Chapel in Great Queens street, in this Parish of

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Ealdgate Ward.

    of Silkthrowers ] and another Alley, called Sprinkle Alley, of an holy Water Sprinkle sometime hanging there, now named Sugar Loaf Alley, of the like Sign. Then is there a fair House, with divers Tenements near adjoining, sometime belonging to

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Modern State thereof.

    Alley . Idle Lane. Cross Lane . Priests Alley. Mincing Lane. Clothworkers Hall. Bell Yard . Mark Lane . Sugar Loaf Alley. Well Alley. Pick-axe Alley. Star Alley. Hartstreet. St. Olave Hartstreet Church . Crosleys, or Angel Court . Seething

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Jerusalem Lodge

    London 1770 Cross Keys Tavern, End of St. Martin's Lane, Strand, London 1772 King's Arms, High Holborn, London 1774 Sugar Loaf, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 1778 Horseshoe and Magpie, Holles Street, Clare Market, London 1778 King Street

    no name is given

    Rezon 1813. Meeting Places Ship and Whale, Wapping Wall, Wapping, London 1788 George and Vulture, Lower Shadwell, London 1792 Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, London 1797 Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, London 1800 Red Lion, Old Bethlem, London 1801

    Lodge of Joppa

    Tavern, Bloomsbury, London 1794 Fountain, Minories, London 1796 Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, London 1797 Three Kings, Minories, London 1797 Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, London 1798 White Hart, Bethnal Green Road, London 1800 Ten Bells, Church Street, Spitalfields, London 1801

    Lodge of Israel

    Dragon, Bishopsgate Street, London 1801 Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, London 1802 King Harry's Head, Red Lion Street, Whitechapel, London 1808 Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, London 1810 Fountain, Minories, London 1810 Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, London 1810

    Hiram's Lodge

    Head, Whitechapel Road, London 1785 Crown and Thistle, Tower Hill, London 1786 Swan Tavern, Swan Street, Minories, London 1787 Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helen's, London 1791 Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, London 1796 Crown Tavern, Mitre Court, Aldgate, London 1797 Crown,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwastadfryn, at the foot of Cader Idris. RAIL AND COACH TRIPS to Snowdon (Circular aind Loop Tours). Ciniclit (the Sugar Loaf Mountaill), Bettwsycoed (via Beddgelert andl Pass of Aberglas- lyn), Corris, Dinasmnawddwy and Dolgelley, fifteen miles drive over Talyln and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - 10 0 MI Izod, ditto, ditto - - 0 10 O Per Mr Limnbird. Al r Htamiblin, Sugar Loaf court, Mr T. V. Rall, Printer, Maid- Garlic hill - - - -010 0 stone - - 1 * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and difficulty got the stone down. About 11 o'clock on Friday se'nnight, Mr Smith, landlord of the Swan and Sugar Loaf in Fetter lane, discovered that robbers had entered his bed-room (having occasion to go uip, and finding a dark Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRACTITIONER.-On Monday, an inquiry, which had been three times adjourned, was re- sumed and concluded at the Swan and Sugar Loaf, Fetter lane, before Mr William Payne, on view of the body of Charlotte Sarah Tann, aged 37, a single Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Man- chester, power loom cloth manufacturers-W. and J. Browne, Fenchurehe street, City, West India merchants-G. Allen and W. Miller, Sugar Loaf walk, Betimal green, Middlesex, congreve manufacturers - Thornton, Atterbury, and Co. Manchester, merchants. 13 BANKRUPTS. G. F. Widnall, Edgeware Subscribers-only content


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