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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 6 Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury.

    Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury . CHAP. VI. A Survey taken the thirtieth Day of December, Ann. Dom. 1567 . and the tenth of Queen Elizabeth , of the Manour of Finsbury , in the County of Middlesex , belonging to

    Book 4, Chapter 6 Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury.

    Finsbury , butting South upon the High-way there, called Chiswel Street, and extending North upon the High Way that leadeth from Wenlocks Barn, to the Well called Dame Agnes the Cleere. The High Way leading from the Manour of

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Liveries and Fees.

    To the Renter of Finsbury , his Fee, 3 6 08 To him, for his Winter Livery , 2 00 00 To the Bailiff of Finsbury , Livery, 1 4 00 To the Under- Bailiff of Finsbury , 00 13

    Book 4, Chapter 6 Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury.

    belonging to the Manour of Finsbury aforesaid, on the East side, and the Tenements of Robert Traps, Goldsmith, late Thomas Barnes 's, and before that, John Wishes's, Founder, on the West side, 1s. 4d. Finsbury Field. Of John Worsop ,

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls Churchyard.] Faringdon Ward within. [The Clochier.]

    1549 . The Bones of the Dead, couched up in a Charnel, under the Chappel, were conveyed from thence into Finsbury Field, (by report of him who paid for the Carriage) amounting to more than One thousand Cart-loads; and there

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    edn.). Ossulstone hundred. From C. G. Greenwood 's Map of Middlesex ( 1819 ) page 2 Outer Parishes of the Finsbury Division. From C. G. Greenwood 's Map of Middlesex ( 1819 ) " 4 Friern Barnet in 1783 .

    Islington Introduction Ossulstone Hundred Inner parishes of the Finsbury division

    it formed the major part of the London Borough of Islington , the remainder having been the metropolitan borough of Finsbury (parishes of Clerkenwell and St. Luke's , Old Street ). Besides Islington town, part of which lies in Clerkenwell

    Schools Haberdashers Askes Schools

    and school in the middle. 96 The Revd. Thomas Wright , the first chaplain, was master of Bunhill School ( Finsbury ) and consequently unable to teach Aske's boys; therefore in 1697 John Pridie was appointed c haplain and was

    Sport, ancient and modern Pastimes

    gardens which had continued time of mind without Moorgate , to wit, about and beyond the Lordship of Fensbary ( Finsbury ) were destroyed, and of them was made a plain field for archers to shoot in;' 19 while before

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds

    the Mayor and Citizens, and to attend them in Hunting when they please. This Officer's House allowed him is in Finsbury Fields. He has a yearly Allowance besides Perquisites. He is to attend the Lord Mayor on set days. This

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wSr ac yn wragedd. Da genym g weled enw ein cydwladwr gwladgarol Mr. HUGH 0 OWEN fel ymgeisydd am - Finsbury. f Yr ydym ,- newydd ddarllen ei anerchiad at y trethdalwyr; I- a chan fad Mr. OWEN, a'i ymdrecbion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y teimlad y yn India ddim yn gwbl heb sail. Y mae Mr. f W. M. Torrens, yr aelod dros Finsbury, newydd Y rr roddi allan gyfrol, yn desgrifio hanes sefydliad a a I- chynydd yr Ymerodraeth Brydeinig yn India; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o wrthwynebiad. Metbai a cbanfod y gallai nn iles ddeilhaw oddiwrth y gwelliant a gynygiwyd gan yr aelod anrlydeddus dros Finsbury, a chan y cai unrhyw aelod anrhydedclus gy lie yn fuan i glywed golygiadau y Llywodraeth yn Hlawn ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IELYN?TION FFESTUNIOG. . mu:- a llrln- mwvVA3in tArnf.-e Ya ddiau, un o beryglon mwyaf ein teyrnas a, hyn o bryd yw yr anghydwelediad parhaus sydd rhwng cynrychiolwyr llafur a ehyfalaf. Gresy, fyddai ysbeilio Prydain o'i gogoniant a'i mawredd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IT-' syr,-r mae. poub un o'r Cyuary, a arretit gynt ddarllen yr Eviingektal fagaziae, yn ddigon cynefin ei got A. Finsbury Chael, yr hwna adeiladwy-d ir diweddar ;Dr. , Jeptuher, eyfaiUl eAloU t"Cygta Genbadol LlundainI ali chentbdpon duwolA lafurus, yn Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Finsbury

    Finsbury Borough Background Information

    HAWKES, Richard (by 1474-1532), of London.

    1506; commr. subsidy, Mdx. 1512, 1514, 1523, 1524; other commissions, London and Mdx. 1524-30; feodary, London and Mdx. 1513; steward, Finsbury, Mdx. 1514-d.; j.p. Mdx. 1528- d.; escheator, Kent and Mdx. 1529-30. Biography Richard Hawkes came from Worcester and in

    GRANT, Robert (1780-1838).

    111820 Inverness Burghs 1826 111830 Norwich 1830 111832 Finsbury 1832 June 1834 Ofifces Held Commr. of bankrupts? 1814-30; serjt.-at-law, duchy of Lancaster 1827-30; PC 24 Nov. 1830; judge adv.-gen. Dec. 1830-June 1834; commr. Board of Control Dec. 1830-June 1834; gov.

    PITFIELD, Alexander (1659-1728), of St. Helen’s, Bishopsgate, London

    incite the people to a dislike of the King and his government’ during a dispute over land rights with the Finsbury Archers, a club of gentleman-toxophilites who at one point dubbed their antagonist ‘the minotaur of Finsbury’. However, he had

    FARMER, Samuel (?1748-1839), of Nonsuch Park, Surr. and Somersham Park, Hunts.

    3 Apr. 1809 81818 Biography Farmer inherited a scarlet dyeing business at Worship Street, Finsbury which remained there under his name from about 1790 until 1817. On 16 Dec. 1793 he wrote to Pitt complaining that the indemnity granted to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1704, 14 March 1705

    vefting in Truftees the Eftate late of Sir Thomas V/orfopp Knight, and John Worfopp Ef- quire his Son, deceaied, in Finsbury Fields and Moor- fields, in the Parifh of Shoreditch, in the County of Middl'x, to be fold, for the Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1824, 14 April 1824

    " from the North East Side of the Goswell Street Road, " next Islington, to the North West Corner of Finsbury " Square, by the Artillery Ground, in the County of " Middlesex, commonly called or known by the Name Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1825, 20 June 1825

    pany, of Gracechurch Street aforesaid, shall be the ' " Treasurers of the Company; and ' " John Wilks of Finsbury Place, in the said County, ' " Esquire, shall be the Solicitor of the Company. ' " Third.—That every Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    2d May, 734.—The Rev. Miles Popple, 3d May, 742. —Unitarians of Taunton, 6th May, 759.—Dissenters of Brighthelmstone; South Place Chapel, Finsbury; Roman Catholics of Queen's County; Archdeacon and Clergy of Norwich ; Nobility, &c. of the County of Kerry ; Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1828, 10 March 1828

    Thomas Price the elder, of Muswell Hill, in the said County of Middlesex, Gentleman, and John Gifford of South Place, Finsbury, in the Parish of Saint Luke, in the said County of Middlesex, Gentleman, in their Capacities of Co-trustees for Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Fitz-Roy Lodge

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 830 Lodge Number (1863): 569 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Headquarters of the Hon. Artillery Company, City Road, Finsbury, London 1849

    British Social Lodge

    1786 White Bear, Basinghall Street, London 1791 White Bear, Old Street Square, London 1792 Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, London 1813 Paul's Head, Paul Street, Finsbury, London 1814 White Hart Tavern, Bishopgate Street, London 1817 Hercules Tavern, Threadneedle Street, London 1821

    United Mariners Lodge

    The Hope, Bethnal Green Road, London 1823 Dial, Long Alley, Moorfields, London 1827 Coopers' Arms, Crown Street, Finsbury, London 1834 Chequers, Providence Row, Finsbury, London 1836 White Hart Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, London 1856 Three Tuns Tavern, High Street, Southwark, London

    Prince Edward's Lodge, again.

    Hive, East Smithfield, London 1808 Star, Star Street, Shadwell, London 1810 Admiral Benbow's, Golden Lane, Barbican, London 1813 Rum Puncheon, Old Street, London 1815 Black Bull, St. John's Street, West Smithfield, London 1818 Princess Royal, Paul Street, Finsbury, London 1822

    Euphrates Lodge

    0 Meeting Places West London Militia, Duke of Kent, Point Hill, Royal Hill, Greenwich, London 1812 Princess Royal, Paul Street, Finsbury, London 1813 Bunhill Row, Moorfields, London 1814 Bull and Ram, Old Street, London 1817 St. Luke's Head, Old Street,

 

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