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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Prisons and gallows

    stood within the castle, 64 and Hargrove that a gallows was erected on Knavesmire in 1708 . 65 Drake's statement need only mean that the gallows had been in the castle before 1379. Hargrove 's is more puzzling, for it

    Modern York Social life, 1800-39

    of York (priv. print. York , 1785), iii. 102. Sotheran's York Guide (priv. print. York , 1843), 156; see also Hargrove 's New Guide to York ( 1838 ), 134. J. Fairfax-Blakeborough , Northern Turf Hist . iii. 119 Ibid.

    Guilds, markets and fairs

    . i. 584. Hargrove , Hist. York , ii. 380. Yorks. Herald , 21 July, 1906 . See p. 485. Hargrove , Hist. York , ii. 343-4. York Corp. Rec., Ho . Bk. 42, ff. 106, 108. Hargrove , Hist.

    The Minster and its precincts THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS

    have been used for immuring prisoners, but Hargrove shows, although his account is by no means clear, that it was an entrance to the prison. It seems most likely that the building Hargrove saw demolished is that marked on the

    The Castle, Old Baile and King's Manor

    of Prisons ( 1777 ), 397; Hargrove , Hist. York , ii. 234. Cooper , Hist. Castle York , 216. Ibid. 218. Howard, App. to State of the Prisons ( 1780 ), 172. Hargrove , Hist. York , ii. 241.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFRANIADAtU A T ddiddyledn Capel y Parch. Dr. Rorts, Hyde A Park, Pensylvania, America. Trwy law Cadben William m:- s- P. el Meistri Williams a Roberts, Liverpool 10 o o ,, Richards, Mills, & Co., eto.. 5 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddewr yn Birkenheadi r AcyhBreckfieldWard y gwelir dirwestwr set* Mr. Joha'than Hargrove, yn v Imaes yn erbyii dadllawydd cyfoethog, Mr. Walker; ac un rop . bleidwyr mwyaf gweithgar Mr. Hargrove ydv y iyoro gwladgar, y Methodist selog;,-.,.V' gweithiwr digyffelyb, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and War- ren, John's; Hawkins, Trinity, and Macnaghten, Trinity; Anderson, Trinity, and Cotterill, John's; Hollond, Trinity; Brayne, Cains Browne, John's; Hargrove, Clare, and Young, King's; Doig, John's; Mackey, Trinity, and Poyer, Trinity; Cross, Queen's; Firrman, Jesus; Gedga Catherine, and Nettleship, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Director of the Great lLdstern Railway Company, London. The Consolidated Bank, Limited, 52 Thrcue!11c.edic street, F.C., London. SOLICITORs. ', Mlessrs Hargrove, Fowler and Blunt, 3 Victorii-strect, Westminster, SW. John Billingsley Looker, Rsq4 Banbury. 3ENOINEER. Edward Wilson, Esq., 1I. Inst. C.E., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was returned. SUICIDE.-On Wednesday afternoon Mr. W. H. r Phillips, coroner, held al inquest on the body of Thomas e Hargrove (35), brass padlock manufacturer and beerhouse I keeper of IRaciway Lane, who committed suicide on Tues- day.-33vidence was given Subscribers-only content


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