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  • * Victoria County History *

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    City Walls, Gates, and Posterns

    of St. Giles's church . Inside the defences there were 'guards' at the back of Christ Church , at the Hollybush in St. Thomas 's parish, at Holywell and Holywell mill, and at the magazine in New College ; there

    Bethnal Green The Green: Bethnal Green Village BETHNAL GREEN Bethnal Green village: principal estates

    Three Colts Lane and in Primrose Street . 59 On the north side of Bethnal Green Road , Hollybush Gardens existed between Hollybush Place and Punderson's Gardens by 1818 60 and contained four houses by 1836 . 61 Rebuilding included

    Monken Hadley Introduction

    John Pinney . 69 Lewis may also have built Hollybush , to the north, 70 which adjoins a smaller early-18th-century house. Livingstone Cottage and the adjoining Monken Cottage, between Monkenholt and Hollybush House , are mid-18thcentury buildings of urban appearance.

    Parishes St. Clement's

    ' Chequers ' ( 1768 ), 46 the ' Coach and Horses ' ( 1774 ), 47 and the ' Hollybush ' ( 1830 ). 48 The inns and ale-houses of the village were at this time a favourite resort

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    mob. 96 In 1770 one of two new brick houses on the eastern side of North End , later called Hollybush Hill , was occupied by a wine merchant. 97 In 1781, with another house to the south called Myrtle,

  • * British History Online *

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    Book 2, 1680

    a dat. Andrew Howard filius Andree de S t Mary Magdalens Bermondsey in Com Sur. Turner pon se apprenticum Johni. Hollybush de S t Thom. Southwarke Civi et Carpentar pro octo Annis a dat. Isaack Vizetelly filius Jacobi dele Minories

    Book 2, 1681

    Annis a dat & c. George Yarworth filius David nuper de Lamboyden in Com Carmarthen yeom. pon se Apprenticum Johi. Hollybush pro septem Annis a dat & c. Robert Row filius Luke de Parochia Hanmers in Co m Flint husbandman

    Book 1, 1669

    die dat. Indre Dat die et ann supradict. 3 August 1669 xxj Car scdi & c 155 John Hollybush filius [ ] Hollybush de Wansted in Com Essexi po: se appren Jacobo Childe de parochie S t olavi Southwarke Carpenter

    Preface

    Preface PREFACE. Importance of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. During the reign of King Henry the Eighth, the will of the Sovereign was the paramount authority to which all else was brought into subjection. The powers which governed England

    Sessions, 1617, 2 and 3 April

    an, for good behaviour. p .395. William Garnett of Wilton, co. York, carrier, for good behaviour. Ann, wife of Harman Hollybush of East Smithfield, clothworker, for good behaviour. Matthew Williams of Rosemary Lane, sawyer, for the peace. John Maser of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bsrgoed, New Tredegar, m. Varteg- (:arn Fsch, Nantyglo North Rises, Nazareth, y Poetygof, Park Place, 'redegar, Casbach, Cendl, a gy Hollybush, i gael eu gosod o fleen pPwylgor y Genhad- bo aeth Gartrtfol. penderfynwyd rhoddi Ilythyr i'r Parch. bu W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    udgorn wrth ei fin, lir i ddeffro Methodistiad cvsglyd y Cyfundeb, i er ddarparu ar gvfer yr ardiloedd hyn,-Risos, rn Hollybush, Rock, Blaenafon, Penycle a Wadn- Id lwv d, Plts Newydd, Tredegar; Rhymni, New- f- bridge, Crymlyn, Bargoed; Cymydogaeth Aber- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Huntley freight ship, for embarkation to Quebec. UNtFOR3M PENNY POSTAGE.-On Tuesday evening a public meeting was held at the Hollybush Tavern Hampstead, to consider the propriety of petitioning parlia- ment for a uniform penny postage, as proposed by Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Brugh were going in a gig on Sunday night to Pout-y.pool, when they were stopped between Cross-y-ceily and the Hollybush by a number of armed men, who compelled them to accompany their party to the Machine near Newport, where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Westminster. On Saturday a second drinking fountain was completed at Hamp- stead, at the corner of Heath street and Hollybush hill. This fountain is the first of six which are intended to be erected at Hampstead, in Belsize lane, Subscribers-only content

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