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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Inns

    Bull ', the ' Black Swan ', the ' Boar's Head ', the 'Brazen George', the 'Cardinal's Cap', the ' Dolphin ', the 'Griffyn', the 'Lilypot', the ' Ram ', the ' Star ', the 'Sun', the ' Swan ',

    Old and New Shoreham Local government and public services Borough Seal Of New Shoreham (½)

    also the high constable. The board, whose main concerns were drainage, nuisances, and repairing and lighting the streets, met in Dolphin Chambers until 1875, when it moved into the former National school building in East Street 31 (later called the

    Salisbury St Martin's parish

    mid-17th century, which suggests that it had previously formed part of Culver Street . 28 Dolphin Street derives its name from a tavern called the Dolphin which stood there in 1830 , when the street was called Little Culver Street

    Parishes Eyford

    in 1766 Eyford was sold to John Dolphin of Shenstone (Staffs.) 72 John Dolphin died c . 1770, and Eyford was owned and occupied successively by his widow, 73 his son Thomas Vernon Dolphin , who was sheriff of Gloucestershire

    Old and New Shoreham Shoreham , Kingston By Sea, And Southwick Shoreham-By-Sea .

    the Fountain, which with the Dolphin and the Star was one of the chief inns in 1789 . 4 Only the Star and the Fountain were recorded as posting-houses in 1826 . 5 The Dolphin had ceased to be an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colston Hall, nos Wener, d a Cheidwadwyr yr un lie yn taro cyweirnod fn llawen eu buddugoliaeth yn ngwledd y Dolphin' lfa yr- un noswaith. Dipyn pellach yn ol yn yr mn olygfa y mae aelod galluog Prifysgol Dublin, J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Id fled bwysig o areithiau ciniaw, gnu y bydd M . hyddfrydwYr yn yr Anchor, a'r Ceidwadvyr t yn y Dolphin yn ceisio vicrhau gwaeanaeth rhai o'u prif ddynion;. Enillodd Ardalydd Hartington gryn gynteradwyaeth 'eleni am yr :hyn addywedodd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r gloch, a disgwyliwn ychydig o'i hanes ef a'i gladdedigaeth yn y GOLEUAD nesaf. Marwolaeth a Chaddedigaeth Mr. R. DAVIES, Dolphin, Gwespyra Bu farw yr hen frawd anwyl a flyddlon ochod dydd r March *r, v 14eg cyfisol, yn 71 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1), Dandy Dick, Osgar Wilde, Dyma Fi, Will o' the Wisp, Alltud, Betti, Lucy Painter, Glanygors (No. 2), Bugail Cwmdyli, Dolphin, Difalch, Maeldaf Hen, Un o'r Hermoniaid, Maritana, Casawr Rhodres, Hen faddwr anfuddiol, (Callestr yn rhy ddiweddar i'r gystadleuaeth).-19. 9. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyd-fwynhau dyddiau e s tangnefedd gydani phriod. Dyma restr o'r an- - rhegion.-Two five-light silver Candelabra, two ii L silver Dolphin and Shell Fruit Dishes, silver I I Cake Basket; naw o Artist's Proofs o weithiau b d prif-arlunwyr; dau Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 December 1689, 20 December 1689

    Swans Skills, the Blackbird " and Goldfinch, which he underftood nothing of; and " from thence we went to The Dolphin Tavern, where " they met with Goodenough and others ; there they " talked of taking off the Blackbird Subscribers-only content

    8 December 1697, 8 December 1697

    Spirituals quam Temporales prasfentes fuerunt: fuerunt: Epus. Winton. Epus. Ceßf* Epus. Elien. Epus. Oxon. Epus. Petrib. Epus. Afaph. Epus. Ciceßr*. Dolphin •verfiis Haynes. Adjourn. Ds. Fitzwalter. Ds. Willughby Er. Ds. Wharton: Ds. Willughby Par. Ds. Hunfdon. Ds. Pö«to. Ds. Howard Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1697, 11 January 1698

    down the faid Bill, and defire their Concur¬ rence thereunto. After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal Dolphin of William Dolphin and Katherine his Wife, from a De- ver^s cree made by the Mafter of the Rolls, the Tenth Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1701, 9 May 1701

    to his bounden Duty and the Trufl repofed in him, procure a Grant or Order for His Majefty's Ship The Dolphin, then fitted our, manned, and equipped for the Service of the Pub¬ lic, to be employed in a private Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1701, 14 May 1701

    did, by Mifreprefentation or other- " wife, obtain or procure a Grant or Order for His Ma- " jefty's Ship Dolphin to be employed in a, private " Voyage or Undertaking; but what was done therein " was done after Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of St. John

    in 1695. Notes (2): No Lodge therefor 20 years. - Eng. List, 1769. Meeting Places Swan, East Street, Chichester, Sussex 1724 Dolphin, West Street, Chichester, Sussex 1734 White Horse, South Street, Chichester, Sussex 1738 Dolphin, West Street, Chichester, Sussex 1750

    French Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Dolphin, in Tower Street, London 1723 Swan, Long Acre, London 1730 Vine, Long Acre, London 1744

    Twelve Brothers' Lodge

    (A2): B Lodge Number (1814): 166 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Blue Anchor Tavern, St. George's Square, Portsea, Hampshire 1808 Dolphin, High Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire 1820

    Lodge of Patience

    returned. Erased in 1845. Meeting Places Queen of Hungary's Head, St. Benedict Street, Norwich, Norfolk 1770 Dolphin, Coslany Street, St. Michael's, Norwich, Norfolk 1787 Dolphin, St. Mary's, Norwich, Norfolk 1794 Wild Man, St. Andrew's Steps, Norwich, Norfolk 1803 King's Head

    Lodge of Confidence

    327 Lodge Number (1832): 228 Lodge Number (1863): 193 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Dolphin, Red Lion Street, Holborn, London 1790 Bell, Battle Bridge, London 1790 Old Swan, Butcher Row, Temple bar, London 1793

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOLPHIN, John (1659-1724), of Moss House, Shenstone, Staffs.

    DOLPHIN, John (1659-1724), of Moss House, Shenstone, Staffs. Constituency Dates Stafford 1722 24 May 1724 Ofifces Held Mayor, Stafford 1714. Biography The Dolphin family appears to have been settled in Staffordshire since the sixteenth century. John Dolphin, who practised at

    WILMOTT, Edward (d.1571), of Southampton.

    are references to him, as a stapler engaged in the wool trade with Calais. He also kept an inn, the Dolphin, in English Street. He was frequently fined by the court leet, for such matters as not clearing his ditches,

    PYE, Richard I (aft.1660-1703), of Martin Abbey, Surr.

    hats; on 27 Mar. in favour of a local turnpike bill; on 26 Feb. 1700 in favour of making the Dolphin of Poole a free ship; and, most importantly, against a place clause in the land tax and Irish forfeiture

    DRURY, Roger (d.1599), of Rollesby and Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    1594, informing him of the arrest of a suspected papist at Yarmouth. He owned seven messuages there, one called the Dolphin, a tavern called the Turk’s Head and the estate of the Blackfriars. Among his country estates were Eccles, Norfolk,

    PENRUDDOCK, John (bef.1542-1601), of Hale, Hants.

    the house at Hale for life, while two houses in Salisbury, one by the Close Gate, the other, called the Dolphin, in New Street, were to go to his youngest son William. The second of these houses appears, however, to

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    Sewer, at sixteen minutes before 2 o ' clock p.m., and arrived at the Grand Junc¬ tion Company ' s Dolphin in .18 And from thence to the Farm House in Mr. Hoare ' s Park, about midway between Putney Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    0 28 3 54 0 26 „ Vauxhall Bridge 1 0 11 38 0 35 4 25 0 31 „ Dolphin of Grand ^ Junction Water > „ Battersea Bridge 1 0 1 7 12 22 12 50 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    Fur. 0 Hours Min. 1 45 Hours Min. 0 0 Arrived at Battersea Bridge 1 4 3 3 1 18 Dolphin of Grand June- " ^ tion Water Works ' > Company j 0 7 3 33 0 30 2 Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    a-half from London Bridge , and six miles from Vauxhall Bridge ; it consequently flows beyond the Company ' s Dolphin at Chelsea only two miles three furlongs in the former, and four miles seven furlongs in the latter case. Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    1.22 9.60 ..0.15 • 12.20 From the Dolphin , 5 minutes before 1 o ' clock, half an hour after flood 1000 .40 0.28 1.20 ..1.30 9.90 0.20 12 88 From the Dolphin , 20 minutes after 3 o ' Subscribers-only content

 

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