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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Hampstead Town HAMPSTEAD TOWN AND FROGNAL IN 1762

    c . 1700 when both the Flask public houses existed, the fashionable Upper Flask (originally called the Upper Bowling Green House ) at the northern part of Heath Street and the Lower Flask in Flask Walk near High Street .

    Hornsey , including Highgate Buildings of Highgate

    1934), the playwright, lived at no. 9. 78 Fine iron railings stand in front of nos. 7 and 8. The Flask , almost opposite no. 5 but facing south-west, has a modern plaque dated 1665. The existing three-storeyed inn is

    Hampstead Social and Cultural Activities

    tableaux, were depicted by Chatelaine in 1750 . 31 The Lower Flask , in Flask Walk, rebuilt in 1873 -4 as the modern Flask tavern, 32 and the Upper Flask , in Heath Street , 33 owed their names, if

    Hampstead Protestant Nonconformity

    the barracks, Ridge Mews : attendance 7 a.m.; 57 p.m. Salvation Army barracks and hall, Flask Walk, built 1905, reg. 1906. Young people's hall, also Flask Walk, opened 1907. Both had closed by 1971 . 94 Society of Friends (Quakers).

    Hampstead Public Services

    narrow part of High Street , 48 near the old pond. Another parish pond existed at the east end of Flask Walk in 1762 , possibly fed by the spring that formed a tributary of the river Fleet which rose

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OLD BAILEY. On Thutsday, James Wtest was found guiilty c.C stealing Bank- notes oat of the Bristol -Mail, to thle amount of upwards of lSQ0ls. in his defellcei he said he had got them at a gaming-house, and tiat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per Pint; 2d. per Gill. PAli oher Wines, Spirits, Porter, Ale, Csder, &c. propotionably Cheap. Florence Oil, Is. bii. )per Flask. CHARLESWR(GHT, iiT ODERA CiLOLNADE, -IAY&ARIKEr.- Crawfoid street. eortma.n square. Kigstreet, Hammersnith. I Sussex: place, Kent road. 1.Provideuer place, Kentish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per Pint; 2&d. per Gill, All4 ether 'Wines, Spirits, Porter, Ale, dyder, &c. poortionably Cheap; Florence Oil, Is. Gd. per Flask. ' PrP CHARLES WRIGHT, OPERA COLONNADE, HAYbEARXEEr, Crawford street, Portman square. King street, Hammersmith. Susoex place, Kent read. Prsvidence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per Quart; load. per Pint; 21dJ pAIl ether Wines, Spirits, Porter, Ale, Cyder,-'&c propoltionably Cheap. Florence Oil, is. 64. per Flask. CHARtLES WRIGHT, OPEllA COLONNADEj HAYMAUKEF. Crawford street, Portlnan.aur. IKn tet aoeatlh Sursas~efx ptsee K'en~troad. Pnovitaence place, Xientish Town. Mtilner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I JN S fromt the Wood, as In40 perial.Mesure. p orlf and SHERRY, lls per B . 9d. per Quart; is.4 .per pint;- 4d. per Gill. prClo;l~ .t CpE Mpg~ADEIRA, To.per Gallon; 1s4H-er Qisart; 1o&d. per Pint; 2d' per Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    William III, 1696-7, An Act for the better p[re]venting the counterfeiting the current Coine of this Kingdome. [Chapter XXVI. Rot. Parl. 8&9 Gul.III.p. 9. nu. 2.]

    . And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Puncheon Dye Stamp Edger cutting Engine Presse Flask or other Tool Instrument or Engine used or designed for coining or counterfeiting Gold or Silver Moneys or any

    Instructions for Musters and Arms

    a good Harquebus, or Dragoon, sitted with an Iron Work, to be carried in a Belt, a Belt with a Flask, Priming-box, Key, and Bullet-bag, an open Head piece with Cheeks, a good Buff Coat with deep Skirts, Sword, Girdle,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 12 March 1695, 12 March 1695-12 March 1695

    Resolved , That it is the Opinion of this Committee, That the like Duty, in proportion, be laid upon all Flask Glass Bottles. 6. Resolved , That it is the Opinion of this Committee, That a Duty of 20 l

    Hampstead

    of occasional visitants, for whose accommodation several places of public entertainment have been established. Of these, the Spaniard and the Flask (taverns still remaining); a tea-drinking house called New Georgia 1 , where the company were diverted with various water-works;

    Companies

    him by the Company of Joiners, for power of search and survey over the several Trades of Coachmakers, Trunkmakers, Gunstock, Flask, and Touch-box Makers, Cupboard Makers, and Boxmakers; and that they alleged the practice and workmanship of those trades, and

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report upon Metropolitan Railway and other schemes: of Session 1864, 1864

    Destroyed. Unal ;ered Elizabeth Street 4.0x2.6 11.0 20.0 do. d 3. Spring Gardens ... 2.9x1.6 7.0 21.0 do. d 0. Flask Row 2.6x1.6 7.0 22.6 do. d 0. Upper Ebury f Street \ 5.0x2.6 13.0 22.0 do. d 0. Graham Subscribers-only content

    Report upon Metropolitan Railway and other schemes: of Session 1864, 1864

    21.3 do. Graham Street ... 5.6x3.0 13.3 22.6 do. Coleshill Street 5.6x2.6 12.0 23.9 do. Upper Ebury St. 3.3x2.0 10.9 23.6 do. Flask Row Pipe No level 23.0 do. Elizabeth Street 4.0x2.6 9.9 20.6 do, Court 3.3x2.0 10.0 21,0 do. Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Bans, made for the Egyptian Market, by Messrs Griffiths and Browett. Compartment 162. Specimens illustrating the manufacture of a Pocket Flask , Cruet Stand, & c, from Britannia Metal, chiefly by pressure in metal moulds. Britannia metal is an alloy Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Sdver Amulet. Ancient Egyptian Gold Bing . Bresented by Dr J. Ivor Murray . Egyptian Coffee-Stand , Perfume Holder, Antimony Flask and Writing Case of parcel gilt silver. Presented by the Science and Art Department. Gold Cup, with signs of Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    ; Old Silver Nef in the form of a ship; Thurible, and small Fountain of Orna¬ mented metal-work ; Powder- Flask of Venetian Pique work. And on the other Side- Specimens, chiefly Indian, including a Carved Ebony Casket , with Subscribers-only content

 

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