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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stepney Communications STEPNEY COMMUNICATION

    unbuilt verges should be left for driven animals. 92 Roads were improved for access to the East and West India docks in the 19th century. White Horse Lane became Commercial Road East, authorized in 1802 , which continued eastward to

    Islington Communications Islington and Stoke Newington communications

    The East & West India Docks & Birmingham Junction Railway was incorporated in 1846 to construct a line between the London and North Western 's goods station at Camden Town and the West India docks . The section from Highbury

    Industries Introduction

    7 will afford a much-needed relief, and stop the serious decline in the trade of the port. The West India Docks were the earliest of such enterprises, at least in the county of Middlesex . They were begun in July

    Hampstead Communications HAMPSTEAD COMMUNICATIONS

    initially interested in suburban traffic, its desire to reach the docks led it to promote the East & West India Docks & Birmingham Junction Railway , incorporated in 1846 and renamed the North London Railway (N.L.R.) in 1853 , which

    Hackney Communications HACKNEY COMMUNICATIONS

    in Ash Grove , where the L.G.O.C. had had a depot in 1892 . 34 The East & West India Docks & Birmingham Junction Railway was authorized in 1846 primarily for the conveyance of goods for the London & North

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mi- sery that existed. When atilIull and other docks the men were retained, he could,;not see why tle West India Docks should adopt such a .systetm. If he had a son, and was in poor'ircemstalices1, henIever would put 'himr on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in number 7,500; now they are I It was not tnecessary that we should have guards at the West India Docks, at the Exhibitions, the British Museum, tIl Opera-hsoulse, &c. as if (Ite Arts and Sciences were protected M1liirY. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    River, Van Diemen's Land, and New South Wales, in different vessels, from the St. Katherine's, London, and the West India Docks, have, previous to sailing, obtained credit fromnvarious tradesmen for goods, without having, as it appears, any intention of payin- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to give evidence against her. Yesterday week, Captain R. Robelt, master of the barque Romulus, lying in the West India Docks. was charged with the wilful murder of Johnl Baptiste, a man of colour, and the cook of the vessel. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of PISA; by M. Bounton. Open daily, from 10 till dusk. EDINBURGH STEAM PACKETS, from the New Jetty, West India Docks, Blackwall: The SOHO, Capt. BAsm. The JAMES IN ATT, Ca The CITY of EDINBURGH. Capt. FajASrz, A new, powerful, Subscribers-only content

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

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    JOHN SHEEN, Theft, 20/09/1809

    the 2nd of August, I saw my trunk safe on board a ship, in the bason of the West India docks , and on the 3d, I saw it, in the possession of a constable. On the 2d between 6


    offence, the property of Henry Hanwell . EDWARD PEARCE. I am one of the constables employed in the West India Docks . On Monday the 6th of this month, I was on duty at the gate, between three and four

    JAMES BAKER, Theft, 10/05/1815

    I am a Thames Police officer. On Wednesday, the 26th of April, I went with Mitchell to the West India Docks , for the purpose of searching the prisoner; we stopped the prisoner, and searched him, and found a considerable

    CHARLES TAYLOR, Theft, 25/10/1815

    the property of Robert Brandford . ROBERT BRANDFORD . I am the commander of a ship in the West India Docks . About the 7th of October, the painter s were on board the vessel; the prisoner was one of

    ARCHIBALD HOLLOWAY, Theft, 10/01/1816

    Copeland . MARTIN COPELAND . I lost these things out of my birth in the ship, in the West India Docks . I saw them all safe at five o'cl ock on the evening of the 24th, and saw them

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Merchant Navy Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 1083 Lodge Number (1863): 781 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Jamaica Tavern, West India Docks, Poplar, London 1859 Silver Tavern, Burdett Road, Limehouse, London 1867 Town Hall, Limehouse, London 1894


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