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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chyflawnu rym, a'i fraich chwlth wedi adferu iw hym- deimlad arf erol. Y mae y Parch. W. Brock, o gapel Bloomsbury, wedi ei aurhegu gan ei gynunleidfa a blwoh hardd yn cynwya lOG0p. Mewn cynulliad o hen ddisgyblion Dr. Temple Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    letter, containing a full particulars, in order'to save unnecessary trouble, to Fe- R AEDERICK Bwlt, Yaw, 9 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury A London. W.C. . . IS FLOILINE 1. .,POB TIr TEET1 AND BREATH.-A few drops of the I quid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y gwyr galluog canlynol :-Proff. J. M. Davies, M.A., y Parchn. J. Morgan Jones, lames Baillie, yn ddiweddar o Bloomsbury Sq., Llundain, a rhoddodd y gwr o Lanelli yn helaeth i ni o'i ffrwyth elfedaidd. Agorwyd y tymor newydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Breakfast Beverage, Al AT TICIIE OR ABROAD, For Millions & ]illionalres t Ur Groer, Chem/ist ,j | k t3.~~r Store for a 6 d.9 I/-, 216, 5l- I I1 FACTORY- Bloomsbury Works, LEEDS. . I 'I i I j 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cover Postaga. E BEST Breakfast Beverage, AT HO"E OR ABROAD, A W7 For Millionls E Idiflionafltes I) ra~ie,'s t(c/tee nt one Farthing je Cufb. sour Grocer, Chemist, or Store for a G d., 1l-, 2I6, 5I FACTORY- Bloomsbury Works, LEEDS. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    National Reform Association

    go out of office every three months, and an election thereupon take place to supply the vacancies; and that the old members shall be eligible for re-election. Crown Tavern, Museum-Street, Bloomsbury, May 21, 1831 Parliament was dissolved on 22 April.

    Declared Accounts, New Churches, 01 October 1715-31 December 1716

    for site of a Church and Minister's house in Bloomsbury to Rachel, Lady Russell, and Elizabeth, Duchess Dowager of Bedford, for their interests in a site in the manor of Bloomsbury in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields,

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1716

    for doing the brickwork at Bloomsbury church from Hy Hester, Fra. Withers, Edw. Boswell, Geo. Collins and John Ford. 5. Surveyors to give blank articles of work to masons who wish to tender for Bloomsbury new church. 6. No one

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1724

    by building of Bloomsbury church. 374 . [p. 280 ] 31 Aug. 1724 1. Referred to Surveyors petitions of Goodchild, Mrs Goodchild, Dunn, Walshaw, Whitaker and Sarah Plumpton. 2. Advertisements ordered for joiners' and plasterers' proposals for Bloomsbury church, for

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1726

    house in building Bloomsbury church. 4. Surveyors to prepare plans for enclosing churchyards, together with the height and breadth of walls and depth of foundations, and also plans of ministers' houses to be built in Spitalfields, Wapping, Bloomsbury and Westminster,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 1

    Piccadilly , Golden Square , all the Streets in the Soho Fields , wherein St. Ann's Parish ; also all Bloomsbury , Kings Square , and the new Streets thereabouts: the several Streets by St Giles's Church , Red Lyon

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

    Inn Lane . Fountain Court , over against the Watch House, hath a small Passage into Bloomsbury Market . Lyon Street falls into Bloomsbury Market , a Place of no great Account. Dums Alley, but small, and falls into Hide

    Book 4, Chapter 4

    to the corner of the said Street, runs Northward by the Wall of the Gardens belonging to King street in Bloomsbury ; and so streight into the Fields to the Conduit called the Devils Chimney ; and from thence two

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. St. Giles's. Streets, &c.

    . Great Russel Street , a very handsome large and well built Street, graced with the best Buildings in all Bloomsbury , and the best inhabited by the Nobility and Gentry, especially the North side, as having Gardens behind the

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Dillon Lodge

    (1): Not met since June 1754. MS., 1756. Meeting Places Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1753 Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1757 The Vine, High Holborn, London 1762 Buffalo Tavern, Bloomsbury, London 1773 Rose, Threadneedle Street, London 1779

    Lodge of Honour and Generosity

    Crown and Cushion, Parkers Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 1770 Bedford Head, King Street, Bloomsbury, London 1787 Turk's Head, King Street, Bloomsbury, London 1789 Buffalo Tavern, Bloomsbury, London 1793 King's Head Tavern, High Holborn, London 1796 White Hart Tavern, High

    Lodge of Brotherly Love

    The Star, Coleman Street, London 1766 Blue Boar, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London 1777 Bedford Arms, Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, London 1782 Bedford Square Coffee House, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London 1784 Two Blue Posts, Tottenham Court Road, London 1784

    Gloucester Lodge

    Bond Street, London 1757 Black Lion, Russell Street, Covent Garden, London 1761 Turk's Head, King Street, Bloomsbury, London 1763 Three Kings, Orange Street, Bloomsbury, London 1768 White Swan, Edmond's Court, Prince's Street, Soho, London 1773 Queen's Head, Great Queen Street,

    Ark Lodge

    1737 Queen's Arms, Newgate Street, London 1739 The Parrot, Nicholas Lane, London 1741 Turk's Head, Greek Street, Soho, London 1745 Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, London 1763 Percy Coffee House, Rathbone Place, London 1769 Three Kings, Orange Street, Bloomsbury, London 1774

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 April 1818, 28 April 1818

    reading the Petition of the Vestrymen of Waterworks the Parishes of Saint Giles in the Fields and Samt Companies George, Bloomsbury, in the County of Middlesex, ^™bp"^"tion whose Names are thereunto subscribed; setting forth, from st.Giles " That having long Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1819, 5 March 1819

    said Bill be committed to the Consideration of the Lords following: L. Bp. Landqff, L. Napier. L. Kenyon. St. George Bloomsbury, respecting. to. D IE Lunaa, 8° Martii 1819. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales praesentes fuerunt: M. Lothian, E. Shaftesbury. Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1819, 9 March 1819

    the Parishes of Saint Giles in the Fields and Saint fromStGiies George> Bloomsbury, in the County of Middlesex, & St. George' whose Names are thereunto subscribed; setting forth, Bloomsbury, " That the Poor of the said Parishes are very nume- Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1819, 21 May 1819

    Act for better paving, " cleansing, and lighting the Parishes of Samt Giles " in the Fields, and Saint George, Bloomsbury, in " the County of Middlesex, and for vesting the '• sole Management thereof in the Vestrymen of " Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1819, 24 May 1819

    " for beter paving, cleansing, and lighting the « Parishes of Saint Giles in the Fields and Saint « George, Bloomsbury, in the County of Middlesex, " and for vesting the sole Management thereof in the " Vestrymen of the Subscribers-only content

 

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