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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Sports and Pastimes.

    certain publick Places, as the Theatre, the Curtein, & c. have been erected. [They played also at Juns, as the Crosskeys , & c. ] This which was once a Recreation, and used therefore now and then occasionally, afterwards by

    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. St. James Clerkenwel. Benefactors.

    Parish of St. Olaves Southwark , that is, of such Poor that live in or near George Alley , alias Crosskeys Alley in Barnaby Street ; their Names to be presented by their Beadle, as aforesaid, 2s. 6d. apiece. The

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Atherstone

    Ibid. Ibid. 'Map of Atherstone by W. Baker ' ( 1763 ). Some of the yard names are worth recording: Crosskeys , Binghams, Veres, Hattons, Willis, Hinks, Coles , Woodruffes, Phoenix , Ram , & c. They evidently grew up

    Parishes High Wycombe

    to this inn. 199 The ' Falcon ' (mention of which is found in the 17th century), 200 the ' Crosskeys ,' the ' White Hart ,' and the ' Wheatsheaf ' are other ancient inns. MANORS At the Survey

    Parishes Wootton Bassett Wootton Bassett , c. 1773

    road the Crown Hotel has a parapet with ball finials and central doorway with fanlight, pilasters, and pediment. The ' Crosskeys ', nearby, is dated 1742 but incorporates earlier building. It has a central arched entrance for carriages. Among the

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Murtagh MacHugh Croneene , John Teige Cronenburg castle of Crop , James Crosbie (Crosby), Bat. Mr. Sir Thomas Walter William Crosskeys , Daniel Crott Crottendogh Crow , Bridget Cornelius Capt. James Crowly , Tiege Crown , clerk of the Crown Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1654, September (1 of 5), 01 September 1654-30 September 1654

    with all due acknowledgment of other favours I formerly received from you, I shall still remaine Your Honor's most humble servant to command, Richard Overton. From my lodging, at coll. Weston's, in Bedford-street, against the Crosskeys taverne, 6. Sept. 1654.

    Index, C, 01 January 1700-31 December 1700

    p. 335. Crook , Samuel, 676. Crosman , Robert, 485. Crosse , John, 544. -,-, document signed by, 432 II. Crosskeys , William, deposition of, 636 XIII. Crostick , John, 523 LI. Crouch , Nicholas, petition of, 397. -, William,

    Index, A-L, 01 November 1718-31 December 1722

    165, 201, 313 4. -, William, brother to H.M. consul in Canaries, attends board, 300. -, -, letter from, 170. Crosskeys , John, of Carolina, 395. Cumana , Venezuela, Governor of, 146. Cummings , Archibald, surveyor of customs at Boston,

    William and Mary, September 1694, 01 September 1694-30 September 1694

    the Lords Justices of Ireland. [ Ibid., p . 76. ] Sept. 20. Whitehall. Proceedings upon the petition of Daniel Crosskeys, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, shewing that he served in all the engagements at sea in King Charles II.'s time, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    annum- Mlaesteg . . .... .... .... Penrhiwceiber .... ... .... ,, At.,£50 per annum- Porth .... .... .... .... Crosskeys. . .... .. Abercarn . . .... .... .... Six Bells (at £"4o to Sept. and £50 after) Graig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PORTHMADOG. NEWYDD PRUDDAIDD.-Dydd Iau diweddaf cyr- haeddodd newydd pruddaidd y lie hiwn, a thynodd gwmwl dros yr holl dref. Yr oedd y gowr ifefane, Mr J. Ellis Hughes, Trafaeliwr dan y Steam Flour Mill Co., wedi gadael Porthmeadog deehren Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i wneyd y gwaith. Gymeradwywyd fod yr Efengylydd J. Thomas, Abercarn, i wneyd ei oreu i wasan- aethu'r achos yn Crosskeys hefyd hyd y byddo modd. Cadarnhawyd adroddiad y Pwyllgor Arianol, a phenodwyd y Parchn. Aaron Davies, a H. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yflicdig o welliantaa adroddind y Pwyllgdor Aiianoi gyfiynwd a an N Parch. H. A. Jeremy, B.A. Cyf- ewyntryd adyloddiad cPw3llgor Crosskeys gait Lmr. Glifhtlh Davies, Casuieydfod, yn lhysbysu fe N. Parch. Edgar Williams, MA., B. . y wedi addaw N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lassie filly (Huxtable), Princess Victeria I(Watowright), and Flannetta (C. Loates) aleo ran.-Betting: IEvens on Golden Tidings, 100 to 15 aget Crosskeys, 7 to 1 aget Princess Victoria, 100 to B apgt Fiamemetta, 20 en 1 each agetI Albertoils, Christian, and Subscribers-only content

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