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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Newington Introduction

    inclusion of the detached portions of South Hornsey and the rest of Brownswood, the western boundary following Seven Sisters , Blackstock , and Mountgrove roads, but by minor adjustments to the south-western boundary with Islington 7 and to the north-eastern

    Islington Undenominational missions

    for Lower Holloway and Barnsbury . 36 Others Mission halls and other premises reg. for worship by unsectarian groups in: Blackstock Rd., Highbury Vale , 18 84, closed by 1896 ; 37 Finsbury Pk. mission to poor children, no. 33

    Islington Growth: Highbury

    Grove facing the Highbury New Park estate. 30 At the same time building was starting north of Highbury , along Blackstock Lane . Ambler Road and the north-eastern end of Monsell Road , then called King's Road , were laid

    Islington Protestant nonconformity

    46 Premises used by community centre 1981 . Finsbury Pk. room, behind no. 48 Blackstock Rd., reg. by Brethren 1885, cancelled 1901. Park hall, no. 48 Blackstock Rd., reg. 1901. Attendance 1903 : 47 a.m.; 52 p.m. Still in use

    Islington Education

    accn. cramped 1871. New premises being built in Britannia Row 1871, but nothing further known. FINSBURY PK., Blackstock Rd. Opened 1888 as Blackstock Rd. bd. sch. for B, G, I. Sch. pence (3 d .). 1893 accn. 1,002, a.a. 1,050;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mfinclin,Essex-street, Strand. E. Dunn, Wolseley, Stalfrdr-hire, ianiceeper. Attornies, Messrs. RodinIl, Barrard s-inn, Holborn. T. Jones, Liverpool, merchlatit. Attornies, Miessrs. Blackstock and B1rce, (in)g's-Bench-Walk, Temple. B. Bradley, Birminggham, coemnon-carrier. AttorTney, Mlr. Ches- ter, Stisple-irn. W. Hartley, Pailden, Yorkslliie, worsted-manufacturer. At- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Thomas, Fen-couit, Fenelurcl-street. W. Wood, jin. Son-street, Bishopsgate-street. Attorney, tr Srnaat, Unimn-street, Bishopsate-street. 'I'. Guy, Liveipool, grer. Attovnies, MessTs. Blackstock and malr e, Kror,'-Berreli-Walks, l'emple. R. (saies, Bedwvvrdine, nWorcestershire, miller. Attornev, NIr. Becke, frears- ilingn, Chancery-lane. J. Skinner, Ovterton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; inogg, p i 'unrn l-cc , taxeric-keeper. Attorcei, 'il. Gr re-i- noeL, Ia.ctreccoe-laie. j3 Stokes L.ivccpcoi, miercicaut. Attoricies, fe'isrs. Blackstock ar.~ l111c- illTesiC11ple. J. 1t3eelor feru Dni/cvdaoc, dealer. Attoricey, Mr. Peacorke, Cnncbrid. e. T, Liegic'cnc, \Vcrcctcr, insciala. Artoeries, Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Inner Temple. N. S. Johnson, Moncheste'r, fustian-mauufacturer. Solicitor, Mr. Makin- son, Middle Temple. J. Haughton, 'Liverpool,. merchant. Solicitors, Messrs, Blackstock and Co. Temple. W.Daw, High Halden, Kent, potter. Solicitor, Mr. James, Ely-place. T. Newelli Amberley, Sussex, shopkeeper. Solicitors, Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st. coal-mercht. (Lawrence, Doctors' Commons.] J.Schofield, ,1arnsley,cloth-manufacturer.[Walker,Lincoln'sihn fields.] J, Walker, Hounslow Barracks, dealer. [Reilly, Clement's inn.] J. Miller, Liverpool, cotton-agent. [Blackstock and Bunce, Temple.] T. & A, Brijgga uroomegrove, iace-manfacturers. [Hurd & Co. Temrple.3 E T. Cox, H. J. Downes,and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    the printing of the Journals, 33 Geo. 3. xxxix. 759 b. Answer, 768 a. Croft, Clerk of the Journals, and Blackstock, Copying Clerk, recommended for a Reward for their Services, 33 Geo. 3. xxxix. 764 b. Answer, 768 a. —- Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    CLERKS OF THIS HOUSE: ride Parliaments, Clerk of ; Clerk Assistant in this House. Croft, Clerk of the Journals, and Blackstock, Copying Clerk, recommended to His Majesty, 33 Geo. 3. ride Croft, John. —- Fees of, for Private Bills, Proceedings Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1698, 16 April 1698

    by young Everden, to fetch 18 or 20 Packets from the Lighthoufe; the which they carried to MatthexeScazvlding'?, Houfe, at Blackstock; where one Thomas Wright, and Roger Beard, received them on Horfeback : That he carried one Packet to a Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1698, 16 April 1698

    a little Shed in Mr. Hookes's trings, and Ground, he conveyed them thence to Blackstock; and there delivered them over to one Thomas Wright, and one Peck, who was Everden's Man: That he has been employed 6 or 7 times Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1793, 27 February 1793

    - - - -1105 — To him more, Transcript of Evidence - - - - - - -156196 To sEdward Blackstock, for Attendance on* the Lords - - - - 73 9 8 To Six Deputy Door Keepers, for Attendance Subscribers-only content

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