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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Dunstable

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Dunstable 20. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . MARY MAGDALENE, DUNSTABLE This hospital was founded, like so many others, near the end of the twelfth century, receiving in 1209 from King John a letter of safe

    Friaries The Dominicans of Dunstable

    Friaries The Dominicans of Dunstable 14 THE HOUSE OF DOMINICAN FRIARS, DUNSTABLE The Black Friars arrived in Dunstable in 1259 1 at the invitation of the king and queen and the magnates of the neighbourhood, and began at once with

    Parishes Dunstable

    Parishes DunstableDUNSTABLE Durocobrivae (iii cent.); Dunstaple (xii-xv cent.). Dunstable is a municipal borough on the old road from London to Chester and Holyhead, from the former of which it is distant 321/2 miles. The town stands about 480 ft.

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Dunstable

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Dunstable HOUSES OF AUSTIN CANONS 6. THE PRIORY OF DUNSTABLE The Augustinian priory of Dunstable was founded by King Henry I . about the year 1132, and endowed by him at the same

    Religious houses Introduction

    the Bedford , Fleete and Dunstable deaneries; but they are in very small proportion to the suits with seculars. Especially noteworthy is the fact that though the monks of St. Albans had a school in Dunstable , and wide lands

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. Monuments in Bunhil Fields.

    Downs , late Wife of James Downs , Jun. of London , Merchant; and eldest Daughter of John Bridges of Dunstable in the County of Bedford , Gent. and Elizabeth his Wife, March 24. 1690 . in the 28. of

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    28 Hen' VI. } Sheriffs, { Thomas Canninges. MAIOR, Sir Thomas Chalton , Mercer, Son to Thomas Chalton of Dunstable in Bedfordshire . This Year Jack Cade , a Rebel of Kent , came to London , entred the

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    and principally observing Matters worthy to be remembred of Posterity. And upon Occasion of the Mention of the Chronicles of Dunstable , Bury, and St. Albans ; supposing them to be written by some well-disposed in those Monasteries, to preserve

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [Cross in Cheap] Cheape Ward.

    and erected, with the Queen's Image and Arms upon it; as at Grantham , Woborne, Northampton , Stony- Stratford , Dunstable , St. Albans , Waltham , West Cheape, and at Charing ; from whence she was conveyed to Westminster

    Book 1, Chapter 2 Of the Ancient Town-Ditch.

    on the Walls R. B. Circuit of the Wall from East to West. Extent of the City. The Town-Ditch. J. S. Lib. Dunstable . Ditch about London 200 Foot broad. Lib. Trin. The first Occasion of the Ditch. J. S.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    butcher, March 28, '29, priL22, at eleven, at the Bear Inn; Woodstock. - Atorney, Mcf Haynes, Atterbury, Oxfordshire. John Fosssy, Dunstable, Bedtordshire, straw -hats-man- factitter, March 19, at twelve, 26, at two, April 2',, at twelve, atfGuildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Davies, St. John-street, Middle. sex, car~enter.-Feb. 14. G. Stacey, R. and R. Dearman, Bread-s~reet, warehoasemen. CERTIFICATES-FEB. 7. J. Putsey, Dunstable, Bedfordshire,straw-hat--manufacturer,- W. Paul, sen. Reddish Mills, Laneashire, calico-priater.- J. itolden, jun. Salford, Lancashire, dye;.-R. Ii. Joie', Duke-street, Aldgate, plumber.-J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It ap- peared that the prisoners called themselves Themes3 Young and- ,ames Weort, and stated that they had been at Dunstable, in Bedfirdsliire, which is about three miles from Dagnall. It was proved. that they were seen begging at Dagnall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Forster, Esq. of Marchmnt-street.' - On ThArsday last, the 2Sd inst. at 5tepney church, Mr. Geo Oliver (late of Dunstable) now of a the Cotmmercial-Toad, cars faetor, to Mfiss Mdary Aane-Arrowsmith, of Dartford, Kelit. On tile 18th inst. at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are bht three to be found who have reached the age of Mr. Welch. Those three are Mr. Lovewell, of Dunstable, who lived to be 120: Wil- liam Perkins, of Newnmarket, 116; and Robert Macklin, of W7ake- field, 115. The Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOSOM, William (d.1424), of Wotton and Roxton, Beds.

    Not long afterwards, Bosom was instrumental in the endowment of Dunstable priory, acting with Richard Albion as a trustee for the settlement of a reversionary estate in the Luton and Dunstable area of Bedfordshire upon the house. Royal letters patent

    SMITH, William.

    in Bedfordshire, where he was augmentations surveyor of crown lands under George Wright, and by 1548 he was steward of Dunstable and Woburn; he was appointed escheator of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire in 1550 and joined the elder Smith in considerable

    DICKINSON, Marshe (?1703-65), of Cheapside, London and Dunstable, Beds.

    of Cheapside, London and Dunstable, Beds. Constituency Dates Brackley 1754 6 Feb 1765 Ofifces Held Common councillor, London 1738-43, alderman 1749- d., sheriff 1751-2, ld. mayor 1756-7. Ofifces Held Chairman of ways and mean Nov. 1761- d. Biography Dickinson seems

    CORBET, Roger (d.1430), of Shrewsbury and 'Culseys', Salop

    the Exchequer one of them, who had obtained a writ against Corbet, was confronted by him in an inn at Dunstable, crying out ‘who made thee so hardy to putte any bille to the Kyng to undo me with all?’

    CHAPMAN, Thomas (1663-aft.1744), Caldecote, Newport Pagnell, Bucks.

    to draft a bill making the laws for the repair of highways more effectual. In the interim he managed the Dunstable to Hockley [Hockliffe] road bill through all its stages in the Commons, including the conference proceedings with the Lords

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Chiltern Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1470 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Chiltern, Dunstable, Bedfordshire 1874 Old Sugar Loaf Hotel, High Street, Dunstable, Bedfordshire 1881

    Lodge of St. Peter

    Meeting Places Parish Church Hall, Church Street, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England 1945 Assembly Hall adjoining Sugar Loaf Hotel, High Street, North Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England 1952 Assembly Hall, Ashton Middle School, High Street, North Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England 1973 Old Moat House, Moat

    Old Dunstablians Lodge

    ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Dunstable School, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England 1944 Dunstable School, High Street, North Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England 1952 Assembly Hall, Ashton Middle School, High Street North, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England 1973 The Gables, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire,

    Earl of Courtown Lodge

    Hotel , Dunstable Road , Luton , Bedfordshire , England 1959 Assembly Hall adjoining Sugar Loaf Hotel , High Street , North Dunstable , Bedfordshire, England 1969 Assembly Hall , Ashton Middle School , High Street , North Dunstable ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 May 1821, 7 May 1821

    House. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Dunstable by Mr. Estcourt and others; Koad BUl- With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for more effectually " repairing the Road from Dunstable, in the County of " Bedford, Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1821, 14 May 1821

    intituled, " An Act to light and otherwise improve the Streets and other Croston Parishes Bill. Chichester Lighting, &c. Bill. Dunstable Road Bill. Tangmere Jnclosure Bill. Hodie 2a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for " making the Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1821, 30 May 1821

    Earl of Shaftesbury made the like Report from Dunstable the Lords Committees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Road Bill. " Act for more effectually repairing the Road from " Dunstable, in the County of Bedford, to the Pond- Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1821, 1 June 1821

    the Affirmative. Hodie 3a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for " more effectually repairing the Road from Dunstable, in " the County of Bedford, to the Pondyards, in the County « of Hertford." The Question was put, Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1821, 8 June 1821

    the Northern Division of the said Road :" " " An Act for more effectually repairing the Road from ie Dunstable, in the County of Bedford, to the Pondyards, " in the County of Hertford:" " An Act for repairing, Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 29th July 1841

    off & changed horses at Dunstable , where the escort of the 11th Hussars, was relieved by the Heavy Troop of Hertfordshire Yeomanry, again Commanded by Ld Grimston . Ld Salisbury was also at Dunstable , & many Farmers rode

    Wednesday 1st August 1832

    beautiful old house in a fine park with splendid trees. A ¼ to 11. We have just changed horses at Dunstable ; there was a fair there; the booths filled with fruit, ribbons, &c. looked very pretty. The town seems

    Wednesday 1st August 1832

    beautiful old house in a fine park with splendid trees. A ¼ to 11. We have just changed horses at Dunstable ; there was a fair there; the booths filled with fruit, ribbons, &c. looked very pretty. The town seems

    Monday 26th July 1841

    here & escorted us to Dunstable , where I remember going in 1832. All through the Country, the people are occupied in plaiting straw. The corn stands well at present. We changed horses at Dunstable, where the people were very

 

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