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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Riccall

    licensed house in Riccall in the later 18th century, 22 but by 1823 there were four, the Greyhound , the Drovers ' Inn, the Hare and Hounds , and the Shoulder of Mutton. 23 In 1842 there were five public

    Skipwith SKIPWITH 1769 NORTH DUFFIELD 1760

    31 The Hare and Hounds existed by 1822 , 32 and by 1872 there was a second public house, the Drovers ' Inn. 33 Both remained in 1973 . A village institute was built in 1923 . 34 NORTH DUFFIELD

    Islington Economic history

    fifth on the opposite side of York Way for the drovers and butchers; two hotels, the City Arms and the Queen's Arms, became tenement dwellings by 1873 , and the Drovers ' hall was added in 1873 . The market

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    London , which demolished the house and built the Metropolitan Cattle Market on 30 a., opened in 1855 . 3 Drovers ' lodgings, five public houses, and two hotels were put up around the market, and the Corporation built a

    Islington Protestant nonconformity

    Bombed 1941; members returned to Camden Rd. ch. Opened branch in Blundell Street 1879, and may have run mission at Drovers ' hall, North Rd .; attendance 1903: 119 p.m. 1 Hornsey Rise Bapt. ch., Hazelville Rd., Upper Holloway ,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 3 [The Societies.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    on the Lord's Day to inspect Victualling Houses, to prevent Tippling, and for taking up Drovers or Carriers that travel on that Day; and such as carry Goods and Wares about the Streets to their Customers, or such as are

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beini likely to be concluded Notwithstanding the late interfereoce of the Legi- slalure in affixing badges and numbers on the Drovers, it ishardly possible to pass through the'streets on a market day;, without svtnessing the- barbarous conduct of those wretches. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Day, preriols to th"-e M~on~day market, and sold themn aet arid drink.- The M~darmau asked the mau whether the poor Drovers f sheep aad cattle did not come many omilas on foot, Wet and weary, to supply v this ;market Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TI'IEATRICAL EXA1- INER. No. 514. 'rs;. floflc, Aarghter-ii-law of the late celebrated co- median of that ntarae, hias acede~d to the company, per- fornnig at this theatre; and a va-lnble accession she is. She miade her first appearance in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the leading incident is so well calculated. to inspire. The second tale in the collection is that of "The Two Drovers," which has so circuitously found its way into more than one London periodical; brief as the story is, we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T E._ 0yI, ,OItIJ theA.&utiior of " Waverley," &c. ;i g ~ a fi d Widow; TTale 0, The Two Drovers; Tale 5, 3j gfifltg~rhs; Edinburgh; and Simptin and Marshall, London; WwhrtW~i~ n'01gi~nliisledin 5 small vonumes, o~aR~tf~N~tXMRER. being Stories from Subscribers-only content

 

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