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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Established church of Scotland

    church of Scotland Established church of Scotland The Caledonian church was opened c . 1846 in the former Holloway Independent chapel, Holloway Rd . It seated 600 in 1851 , and was attended by 250 in the morning, including the

    Parishes Hanbury

    land in Holloway , and was succeeded by his five sisters. 86 Another Henry Dyson died in 1597 holding land at Holloway which passed to his son Henry. 87 The Henry Dyson who was dealing with land in Holloway in

    Islington Public services

    but Holloway , Canonbury , and beyond relied on a pump in the river at Hopping Lane, for which the owner paid 20 s . a year to the company. 6 The company refused to pipe a supply to Holloway

    Eynsham Site and remains of the abbey

    Chil brook, were held in the 18th century by the Arnatt and Stevens families respectively. 22 The Holloway portion passed to E. V. Holloway , who sold it in 1824 to J. V. Harrison . 23 Before 1802 the Parks

    Islington Undenominational missions

    1938, closed by 1954 ; 42 N. Lond. Evangelical mission, no. 93 Tollington Way, Holloway , 1946; 43 Hazelville room, St. John 's Way, Upper Holloway , 1954, closed by 1964 ; 44 St. Bernard Ch . of Divine Healing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfrif daflu anfri ar rinweddau iachusol y pelenau ' byd enwog" hyny a ddarganfyddwyd ac a werthir gan y Proffeswr Holloway yn unig er Iles ei gyd-greadurinid, ac a ddatguddiwyd ganddo yn yr amser priodol i liniaru gofidiau plant dynion. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ofal priodol a threfn. Nid yw yr uchod yn ddim mwy na chadarnhad e'r driniaeth a gynghorai y c Proffeswr Holloway, 26 mlynedd yn ol, ac a arfera yn awr gyda llwyddiant ymhob rhan e'r bydgwar- eiddiedig. Mae y Proffeswr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n o'r wlad hon-i Ffrainc. PELENAU HOLLOWAY Y' EN.iNT.-G0wellheir cod. 3, iad y gwaed i'r pen, llosgfeYdd, cryniadau y galon, a 0 byjdra anadl drwy y rheoleiddwyr ardderchog hyn ar y galon. Drwy feddyglyn Holloway mae rhediad y gwaed yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chonewerwyr. P1}TzNAu Ac EAmnt HoLLoWAy.-Ar bob tymor o'r flwyddyn, mae marwolaethau oddiwrth anhwylderau yr ysgyfaint yn fawr iawn. Mae enaint Holloway, wedi ei rwbio yn dda ar y frest, gyda chynorthwy y peleeau yn atal y drwg. Mae y cyffeiriau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cylchredeg, ac y gwnafwrwmnxaith bob amhuredd. Felly iacheir pob anhwyideb o'r natur yna yn fuan ac yn esmwytb. Dylai Pelenau Holloway hefyd, gael eu defnyddio yn ol y cyfarwydiadau. Gout, Oryddymnylaue, a Chymalau Anpysatyth. Mae y darperiaethau gwerthfawr hyn yn Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 June 1685, 17 June 1685

    Parliament affembled, That the Judges this Day prefent, videlicet, Mr. Juftice Withins, Mr. Juftice Levins, Mr. Juftice Walcot, Mr. Juftice Holloway, Mr. Juflice Charlton, and Baron Gregory, fhall be attended ¦with a Copy of the Tranfcript of the Judgement given Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1685, 29 June 1685

    Colepepcr. Ds. Cornivallis. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Butler de W. This Day the Houfe heard the Judges, videlicet, Juftice Walcot, Juftice Holloway, Juftice Withcns, Juftice Lsventz, Juftice Charlton, and Baron Gregory, deliver their particular Opinions feverally, in the Cafe of the Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1689, 6 May 1689

    Holloway may remember there was a Difcourfe of " the I'me 5 or 6 Days before at the Lord Chancellor's, " where Sir Rob't Wright, Sir Richard Holloway, Sir " Richard Allibone, and himfelf, were." " This, Sir Richard Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1728, 11 March 1729

    Charles Wager's Letter to the Conde " de Montemar, -*-§- September, 172 j" " Copy of a Letter from Conful Holloway to Sir " Charles Wager, 24th September, N. Si 1727." " Copy of Sir Charles Wager's Letter to his Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1775, 14 March 1775

    " in the County of Oxford, purfuant to Articles of *' Agreement between Sir Charles Cottrell Dormer, Ben- *' jamin Holloway Efquire, and the Reverend Harry " Lee; and for other Purpofes therein mentioned." Alexander et al. againft Paterfon et Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Finsbury Park Lodge

    Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1288 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Finsbury Park Tavern, Seven Sisters Road, Holloway, London 1870 Cock Tavern, Upper Street, Islington, Highbury, London 1879

    Horistic Lodge

    Charing Cross Hotel, Strand, London, England 1961 Frascati Restaurant, Oxford Street, London, England 1907 Criterion Restaurant, Piccadilly Circus, London, England 1955 Royal Agricultural Hall, London, England 1903 Beale’s Restaurant, Holloway, London, England 1902 Beale's Coffee House, Holloway, London, England 1900

    New Finsbury Park Lodge

    Number (1863): 1695 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Finsbury Park Tavern, Seven Sisters Road, Holloway, London 1877 Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Park, Muswell Hill, London 1879 Cock Tavern, Upper Street, Islington, Highbury, London 1883 Holborn

    Borough of Islington Lodge

    Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1936 Great Central Hotel, Marylebone, London, England 1931 Hotel Cecil, Strand, London, England 1922 Café Royal, Regent Street, London, England 1919 Hotel Cecil, Strand, London, England 1906 Beale's Restaurant, Holloway, London, England 1901

    Holloway Lodge

    Holloway Lodge (2601) Lodge Details Named in: 1896 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1896 Warrant of Constitution: 1st February 1896. Consecrated 23rd March 1896 Warrant of Centenary: 23rd March 1996 Year of Centenary: 1996 Warrant of Bi-centenary:

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Thomas Oliver, John Parrot, Violent Theft, 13/01/1738

    between 7 and 8 in the Evening, the Moon being very bright and near the Full, I was going toward Holloway ; one Man met me, and got to my Side, then drew a Pistol out, and presented it, with

    John Waterman, Violent Theft, 13/01/1738

    . Wheeler. The 27 th of Sept. near 7 o'Clock in the Evening, I was going over the Bridge towards Holloway , and a Man came up to me with a Pistol, and said, - Sir, I want your Money.

    John Room, Violent Theft, 21/02/1753

    still staid at the gate; he came out, so he and I went cross the fields, which come out to Holloway . We got over a hedge, and then he said it was money he wanted, and money he must

    William Darwell, William Pentelow, Killing, 01/04/1761

    were a guard for that coach, and they got into the chaise, and followed the coach behind. Going up from Holloway , before we came to the stone, going up the hill, a highwayman came up full trot. He bid

    THOMAS HILLIS, THOMAS OLDFIELD, WILLIAM SELL, Violent Theft, 09/01/1776

    robbed in the York coach by "three footpads, at about six in the morning "of the 25th of December, at Holloway , "but it was too dark to see their persons." " LAURENCE BARROW being sworn "deposed, that the prisoners

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLLOWAY, John (1661-1721), of St. Aldate's, Oxford.

    HOLLOWAY, John (1661-1721), of St. Aldate's, Oxford. Constituency Dates Wallingford 1685 Ofifces Held Recorder, Wallingford 1683-1710, freeman 1685; j.p. Berks. 1685-?89, Oxon. by 1700-?d.; bencher, I. Temple 1708, reader 1712, treas. 1717. Biography Holloway came from a family of lawyers

    BIRD (BERDE), John (by 1481-1542 or later), of Bath, Som.

    how long-drawn-out the experience would prove. In 1534 he testified in a Star Chamber suit between William Crowche and William Holloway alias Gibbes who had succeeded William Bird as prior. He was clearly on bad terms with Crowche whom he

    DALBY, John (c.1651-1720), of the Inner Temple and Reading, Berks.

    as I have known of his rank’. Having been called to the bar in 1641, Edward Dalby married into the Holloway family, becoming recorder of Reading after the Restoration. By his death in 1672, he had set his eldest son

    BLAGGE, George (1512/13-51), of Westminster, Mdx. and Dartford, Kent.

    Exchequer, left to the use of his younger son George all his lands in Somerset and Bristol, copy-hold lands at Holloway, Middlesex, and two houses in Dartford. The elder son inherited Sir Robert Blagge’s copyhold lands in Westminster, but George,

    CROWCHE, William (by 1503-86), of Englishcombe and Wellow, Som.

    1554 Bath Nov. 1554 Melcombe Regis 1555 Ofifces Held Bailiff, lordship of Sherston, Wilts. 1524; servant of William Holloway alias Gibbes, prior of Bath abbey c.1530; escheator, Som. and Dorset 1538-9; servant of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford and later

 

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