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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    Streets and Places therein. New Chapel . St. Martins in the Fields . The Bounds. The Church. The Monuments. The Strand . The Palace of St. James's . Lammas Grounds belonging to this Parish and St. Margarets. Contest about Enclosures

    Book 4, Chapter 7 Liberties of the Dutchy. The Strand.

    House, which was hard by the Strand , [as is aforesaid. ] At or near which Cross in the Strand , stood, till of late, a Maypole , commonly called the Maypole in the Strand . Near to which is

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields. The Strand.

    Passage into the Strand through Denmark Court , a very handsome, well built, and inhabited Place; which beginneth at the End of Exeter-street , and runneth to Bedford Back Wall, and also turneth down into the Strand : And in

    Book 4, Chapter 7 The Parish of St. Clement Danes. Streets, &c.

    is a considerable Part of the Parish separate from the rest, and that part begins at Wimbleton House in the Strand , over against Dutchy Lane and so runs to the Corner of Exeter Exchange , and from thence up

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

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    James Mutter, Killing, 16/10/1751

    night, James Anderson , the prisoner, and I, went to Mr. Black's house, an alehouse in Round Court in the Strand ; the deceased, John Anderson , came in about 10 the prisoner and the deceased wagered of 3d. about

    John Clark, Theft, 05/12/1753

    27 . + James Daniel Hubert . I live near Lothbury; On the 27th of October I came down the Strand at about ten or eleven o'clock at night to go home; I did not miss my pocket book till

    John Watson, Theft, 17/07/1754

    the property of James Mawhood , June 11 .* The prosecutor was walking down the Strand , he saw his handkerchief taken from his pocket, he suspected the prisoner by seeing him walk from him with his hands before him;

    John Massey, Theft, 23/10/1754

    , in the said dwelling-house . ++ George Holland . I am servant to Mr. Nobbs an oil-man in the Strand . On the 8th of July at 11 at night I went down as usual into the warehouses, to

    Walter Taylor, Theft, 26/02/1755

    value 30 s. the property of James Farr , February 15 . ++ George Shootes . I live in the Strand ; on the 15th of February, the prisoner being a journey-woman to my wife, a mantua-maker, she was left

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Strand Lodge

    0 Meeting Places Town Hall, The Strand, Province of Cape of Good Hope, South Africa 1926 St. Andrew's Hall, The Strand, Cape of Good Hope Province, South Africa 1929 Masonic Temple, Masonic Lane, The Strand, Cape of Good Hope Province,

    Sun Lodge

    0 Meeting Places Dolphin Inn, The Cross, Exmouth, Devonshire 1804 Globe Hotel, The Strand, Exmouth, Devonshire 1809 Dolphin Inn, The Cross, Exmouth, Devonshire 1817 Globe Hotel, The Strand, Exmouth, Devonshire 1842 Royal Beacon Hotel, The Beacon, Exmouth, Devonshire 1866 Masonic

    Lord Warden Lodge

    Hotel, North Barrack Road, Walmer, Kent 1866 Lord Warden Inn, North Barrack Road, Walmer, Kent 1867 Leith Estate Office, The Strand, Walmer, Kent 1870 Lord Warden Hotel, North Barrack Road, Walmer, Kent 1872 Public Rooms, Park Street, Deal, Kent 1876

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shall " admire to nec "King's CollegeI located" in Somerset House, after all the lectures we have heard on the paw-paw dangers of Caermartben street. The Strand is a delicate neighbourhood. How these folks do a gnats and swallow camels! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and his voice, by his own ste win g, most straight be silenced. Oh the delicacy of his situation The Strand at midnight has no choices surpassing it in nicety.' We have some reason to suppose that this matter will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1ievin" his: shde --In-perfect-tlsdngh ininiature oemnhlance displdy'dl W'heel'd round, taod-rejoining, elati'd his whole tr ibe: The-Jet niol-, of 30 the Strand, whozfdoesribe - - As harbsu-r'd byiniaps, aisilyefrain Troinit aedtnikiu. Ths The travellers thus goarded by Wnaaa~rc' 'Jet B~toekusg. . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    court, An "c exhibitor of dramatic illusions; Central Criminal court, sentences on the prisoners, 634. The bayonet nuisance, 667. The Strand theatre; Extraordinary inat- tention of the magistrates, 683. Consolation to creditors in bank- ruptcy, 694. Mint prosecutions; A Swedish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'ihe Sooth Mime DiIvision, Tho Haniover Square Division, Thle 'Tosser Division, The saint Jm.ni' I icisioin, Thle Kensington Division, The Strand Division, The Edmosnton Division, for the purpose of Speclitl Seseiono being lielden viihsin and. for each and every of Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.2533

    male Participant: [Laurence] Teal [Teile] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: Jeremiah Waddington [Waddington] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: notary public Location: London : undefined Place(s): LondonBedford House (Bedforde House) : habitation The Strand (le Strande) : street name

    CP.H.3902

    city Location: London : city Place(s): LondonArundel House (Arundel Howse) : habitation Location: London : city Place(s): LondonThe Strand (The Strand) : street name Location: London (London) : city Location: St Gregory By St Pauls (London) Place(s): St Gregory by

    DC.CP.1591/1

    Mowthroppe Grange) : grange Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Beeston (Beaston) : undefined Location: London : city Place(s): LondonThe Strand (The Strand) : street name Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Farnley (Farneley, Farnely, Farnlay) : manor Location: York (Yorke) : city Location:

 

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