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You searched for: Place: Falcon, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

    46 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Priors Marston

    in the south side of the back wing, but the front windows have been modernized. The gables are coped. The Falcon Inn , about 250 yards south-east of the church, at the south-east corner of the smaller loop, is a

    The city of Cambridge Inns

    Hart ', and the ' White Horse ', are all mentioned before 1500, and the 'Cock', the 'Crane', the ' Falcon ', and the 'Lion' occur soon after. 96 The accounts of a Cambridge vintner for 1510 note deliveries of

    Churches and religious bodies Other churches

    were held in Pepper Street 1925-36 , at Forest House in Love Street 1936-40 , and in rooms above the Falcon cafe in Lower Bridge Street 1940-7 . The church bought the elementary school behind St. Olave's church in 1946

    Stoke Newington Growth: Church Street Stoke Newington : Church Street c. 1848

    the south side of Church Street , at the eastern end, between 1788 and 1816 and eight were built at Falcon Court behind the inn between 1798 and 1816 . 84 In 1822 Meshach Izzard , a local carpenter, was

    Major buildings The Rows

    occupied the whole east side of Bridge Street from the Cross to Dee Bridge. 84 On the west side the Falcon (no. 6) still in 2000 contained a large medieval undercroft and early evidence of a gallery. In the early

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Jan. 27. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. R. Reeves, Stockport, shopkeeper. BANKRRUPTS T .Price, Hackleton, Northamptonshire, baker. Solicitor, Mr. Yates, Clement's-inr. W. Honeysett, Dalston, carpenter. Solicitor Mr.Nicholls, GreatWin- chester-street. W. Coe, Darkhouse-lane, Billingsgate, victualier. Solicitor, Mr. Arun- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HRXI S TI AN E VID1)E NCEBOHUY fifth Disussio Will be heldG in the SOCIETY'S CHAPEL. L tl oIO.1TUESDAY, the igthuinst. at Sevenipreicisely. Subject. -" Clhalmerts Evidence and Authority of the Christian ReveDatio."_Ml Ministers and Preachers who i'el temslve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Ridsdale, Gray's inn. J. Dickins and J. Warrick, Plymouth, earthenware.dealers. [Horten Fornival's inn. T. Hardy, Cowley, Middlesex, builder. [Watson, Falcon square. T. Jones, Fetter lane, tavern-keeper. [Willianms, Gray's inn. N. H-arris, Shaftsbury, innkeeper. [Walker, Tincoln's inn fields. J. Burt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of English Musical Students in particular. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, dpril21. BANKRUPTS. J. Liley, Redbourn, innkeeper. [Watson and Brooghton, Falcon square, Nif. Mason1, Kleateick, anursery-mnl. [Chisholme, Lincoln's inn fields. H. Brown, Wlhitechapel, baker. [Thomson, George street. H. Thornton, Blvth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    person to show the Farm, of swhom descrip. tlveptriutculbrs may be had; also at the Lion, Loomiaster; Hotel, Iorer- tford Falcon )lromyayd- Aisgyl, Ludlowy; of Messrs Robins, Coven~t gcolde * f llhemsrs Bailey, Shaw, and Smith, Solititors, 5 Berneri itreet, Subscribers-only content

 

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