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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colne Engaine Church

    never attracted large congregations and closed in 1946 ; the building was used as a public hall, the World Union Hall , until its sale in 1966 . 61 Diary of Ralph Josselin , ed. A. Macfarlane , 348, 403.

    Churches and religious bodies Non-Christian religions

    was formed later in the century and met at first in a private house. It rented a room in Union Hall , Foregate Street, in 1894 and opened a synagogue in Bollands Court, White Friars , in 1900 . The

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Fairs

    in order to escape liability for rent. 40 By 1831 the Irish linen trade through Chester was dead. 41 Union Hall , 1872 Even so, the fairs retained their wholesaling functions much longer than others in the area. 42 Their

    List of illustrations

    Exchange , 1960s. Photograph at C.H.H. (Y 1/1/479). 100 60 Union Hall , 1872. Redrawn from O.S. Map 1/2, 500, Ches. XXVIII .11.18 ( 1875 edn.). 102 61 Union Hall , 1989 . Photograph by Keith Truman : C.P.S., Foregate

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Protestant nonconformity

    about 1864. 24 Services were held initially in the open air, and later in the Belmont Hall and the Union Hall , Windsor Street . A permanent chapel in Lawn Road was opened in 1876 , 25 and meetings were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfeilhion o'r ardal, ac yn ci plith y rhai canlynol:-Mri. David Davies, Cefn; Daniel Jones, Gatth, a Daniel Evans, Union Hall, selodau ar y Bwrdd. Rhwng yr areithiast canodd y plant amryw donan dan arweiniad Mr. Roaser, yr ysg6lfeistr. Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'i4 . escape. - - r-r; V0,1W~2}.IeNLON N- .HAt L . . A man n-amedJNolmn Kvnnblu, was eonM*ridayeamined 4r Union Hall;. br iavint in his -pdvuessio- tarje Wpestp0224 koe4n~ vwhich. it waLs supposed. he liad stolen. -e urged"in -hit' ilefence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aesive, rnd benr- I celtnt Dfcadiof Mrdfr Evatnk~e's Etitlearer. MrV rErr- attn Tid 6lia oe wac a Magi-tratii of Union Hall, .nd i'e1 ilo otto ir situtialint They %voiil not allow any otf their tie 1i to praea;- e a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about an hour arirved,and lse was released upon her father's becoming bail for her appearance next mbrf. inl at Union Hall, and the young man, unwilling to trouble his friehds, remained all night in a dungeon, about 10 feet long Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wretcheid father blew out his breins. A flan nam2edI Pave was on Tuesday fined 5t. by the Magistrates of Union Hall, for cruelly burning straw under the belly of a horse, to com- pet it to draw an exeusaire load. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    New Brunswick, North America 1822 Masonic Hall, King Street and Charlotte Street, Saint John, New Brunswick, North America 1824 Union Hall, Dock Street, Saint John, New Brunswick, North America 1842 St. John Hotel, King Street and Charlotte Street, Saint John,

 

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