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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. Dutch Church there.

    Lords An. 1642 . The Lords Order hereupon. The Dutch Church Almshouse. The Quire granted to Powlet. The Monuments sold. Glasshouse . J. S. Howel's Famil. Lett. Pinners Hall. Gresham 's Almshouses . Church of St. Peter the Poor. St.

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    Flocks and Wool . Soapmakers. Three Sorts of Soap . Glasssellers. Verselyn, a Venetian the first that set up a Glasshouse in England . Potters. Fine Gally Ware. Coach and Coach-harness makers. Pinners and Needlers. Petition against foreign Pins and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Wood Nonconformity

    . It seated 230. It closed in 1963 and was sold in 1965 . 75 The New Connexion met at Glasshouse Row in 1845 . 76 By 1923 the Brethren had moved from Oakengates to a Gospel Hall in West

    Wrockwardine Wood Wrockwardine Wood 1847

    were, as well as squatter properties, some single-storeyed terraces, like Moss barracks, and some terraces of c . 1800, like Glasshouse Row. Other early 19th-century terraces, like Bonser's Row and Bunter's Row, some of them speculatively built, were scattered elsewhere

    List of illustrations

    Reynolds , the Ketley ironmaster, and his brother Joseph agreed with William Phillips to construct a glassworks. In 1796 the glasshouse was being managed by Richard Mountford , and between 1800 and 1803 its ownership passed to a partnership of

    Newnham Economic history

    the glass-works until a fire destroyed the glass-house. Thomas and his brother John (d. 1684) were also tenants of another glasshouse in Newnham , 23 and in 1696 there were two bottle-factories in the town. One apparently went out of

    Bethnal Green Protestant Nonconformity

    c . 1900/3 . 41 Bethnal Green Road chapel reg. 1882 42 in new bldg. at W. end where 17th-cent. Glasshouse Memorial Bapt. ch. had moved 1881. 43 Belonged to General Bapt. Assoc. and General Bapt. Assembly and seated 850.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Lamb Alley

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Lamb Alley Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Lamb Alley 45 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Bowles , William

    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 25 January 1645, 25 January 1645-25 January 1645

    Mans field's Petition, that he is interrupted in the Possession of his Glasshouse. Upon reading the Petition of Sir Rob't Mansfield Knight; complaining, "That he cannot enjoy his Glasshouse quietly, but hath been interrupted, and his Works seized on, by

    General Index, L, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    , streets, buildings, & c., in, also Aldermanbury Aldgate Artillery Ground Berkshire House Bishopsgate Green Dragon in Blackwall Broad Street, Glasshouse in Chancery Lane Channel Row Charing Cross Cheapside Chelsea College, prisoners at, to, or from Christ Church Cockpit, the Subscribers-only content

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 15 March 1830

    in, and examined as follows: You are a Glass Manufacturer? I am. [167 ] Whereabouts is your Glasshouse? The Falcon Glasshouse, Holland Street, Blackfriars . By what Fuel do you carry on your Manufacture? A good deal depends upon the

    Minutes of the building committee, 1712-16 (Lambeth MS 2693)

    parish. 11. Skeat to inquire after executors of Mr Powell, supposed proprietors of site proposed at corner of Warwick and Glasshouse Streets; and obtain their demand in writing. 502 . [p. 9 ] 18 July 1712 1. Pursuant to Commissioners'

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Pellatt is called in, and examined as follows: You are a Glass Manufacturer I am. Whereabouts is your Glasshouse The Falcon Glasshouse, Holland Street, Blackfriars. By what Fuel do you carry on your Manufacture A good deal depends upon the Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1818, 14 April 1818

    said Bill, that they do make provision therein for preventing Smalts being made within a limited distance of any other Glasshouse, or - by the maker of any other kind of Glass. Glass Duties Mr. £izjAitf£ft>» presented a Bill to Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1818, 15 April 1818

    Glass made in Oreff* JJrfeffitf, and to pro- Bill, read 1* hibit the making of Smalts within a certain distance of any *".* '" Other Glasshouse, or by the maker of any other kind of " * " Sis Glass, Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1818, 16 April 1818

    Glass made in Greta* BWta/rc, and to pro- hibit the making of Smalts within a certain distance of any other Glasshouse, or by tbe maker of any other kind of Glass; ^esofee*/, That this House will, To-morrow, resolve itself into Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1818, 17 April 1818

    Glass made hi Graf 5n7«i«, and to pro- hibit the making of Smalts within a certain distance of any other Glasshouse, or by the maker of any other kind of Glass; Jirccted, That this House will, upon Monday next, resolve Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. L t~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THE SIGNS OF THE PEERS. "Danaos dona ferenltes." The declarations of Lords Harrowby and Wharrcliffe remove none of our apprehensions. We never doubted that the second reading of the Bill would be permitted; and, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Suffolk place, Lower reasd, Islingfon. Eilversmiths-Bentley ind ISaundero, Worceeler, enioneers - Wilson and Rowlandson, Liverpool, manufactuting chemiats-Hiller, ItavenhDIl, and Co. Glasshouse fields, engineers; as far as regards J. Leonard-Htetherington and Mulelly. Hainme, Lancashire, joiners-Pickford and Co, Wood street, Citeapside, common Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foremena gve a sintilar notice as did also, it is stated, several foremsen arnd ipprrhntices at Miller and it venhill's, Glasshouse fields, where tight skilled workrie, how ever, we nt is and signed, two of whorn are said to bo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPOONS and 1 FORKS.-HECHI, 112 Regent strest, informs his Friends and the Public, that his NEW SHOW ROOM. extending into Glasshouse etreet, is NOW OPEN for the Sele of the above articles; together with an exteosive stocl, in the newest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pepier machO alegancies, writing-desks, envelope Z casr, dspath bxes baglole, ackgmmo, ad chess tshles. Thepreise inRegnt tret eten 00yars nto Glasshouse otrer, ad ae wothy f ispecion s aspecmenof elegant sutitKeeytiagfo te wrkanddrssig Iab es: et tooth brases, 3. ech Subscribers-only content

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