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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Haberdashers Askes Schools

    vi, f. 349; Hoxton Cttee. i, ff. 118, 120-1. Court Minutes, v, ff. 413, 444; Hoxton Cttee. i, ff. 132, 134, 140, 154. Court Minutes, vi, ff. 351, 446; Hoxton Cttee. ii, ff. 44, 57, 65. Hoxton Cttee. ii, ff.

    Stanford Rivers Protestant nonconformity

    Walworth . A Sunday school was attached to the chapel. Arrangements had been made for the supply of preachers from Hoxton Academy. 65 On 27 June 1820 a new chapel, specially built and seating 300, was opened in place of

    Edgware Protestant nonconformity

    registered it as an Independent meeting-house. 65 The congregation, however, did not prosper; in 1802 services were conducted by the Hoxton Itinerant Society in a room rented in a cottage on the Edgware side of the main road but this

    Domesday Survey Appendix I

    (1) 28 Islington 2 .. .. 2 .. .. 21/2 21/2 .. 21/2 30 Hoxton 1 .. .. 1 .. .. 1 1 .. 1 31 Hoxton 3 .. .. 3 .. .. 3 3 .. 3 33 Stanestaple 4

    Domesday Survey Appendix II

    .. .. .. .. .. .. 37 on 10 a .. 30 Hoxton V .. .. .. .. .. 3 on 1 h .. .. .. 31 Hoxton V .. .. .. .. .. 7 on 3 h .. ..

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 Trinity Hospital. ASKE's Hospital.

    as this Hospital lies on the great East Road from London ; so there is another as modern, situate at Hoxton , near the Northern Road; Viz. ] ASKE's HOSPITAL. S O named from one Mr. Robert Aske , an

    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    Trotman, by his last Will made Anno 1663 . He gave 4000l. for Charitable Uses. Another at his Hospital at Hoxton , near Shoreditch , for twenty Freemens Sons Alderman Aske . ALMESHOUSES. One at Monmouth for 20 poor People,

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. Inclosures.

    of H. the 8. Before this time (saith he) the Inhabitants of the Towns about London , as Iseldon , Hoxton , Shoresditch and others, had so inclosed the common Fields with Hedges, and Ditches , that neither the Young

    Book 1, Chapter 27 DULWICH College.

    College. Hoxton Hospitall To this Foundation belong also a School and a Chapel; where a Chaplain is provided to read Prayers twice a Day, and to teach the Children. For which he hath his Diet at the common Table, 40l.

    Book 3, Chapter 4 Coleman street Ward. [St. Stephen Coleman street.]

    levied of the Citizens, towards the Charges thereof. This Water is conveyed, in great abundance, from divers Springs, lying between Hoxton and Islington . Next is the Founders Hall, a proper House; and so along West, to the Southwest corner

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part I

    at Hoxton, and shall be called the Haberdashers' Hoxton Schools, and the other establishment shall be at Hatcham, and shall be called Aske's Hatcham Schools. Adaptation of Hoxton buildings. 42. The site and buildings of the existing Hospital at Hoxton,

    Appendices, List of Prebendal stalls with psalms appointed as in the Book of Common Prayer

    97 101 Dominus regnavit Finsbury 144 150 Benedictus Dominus Harleston 87 91 Fundamenta ejus Holborn 12 16 Salvum me fac Hoxton 119. 11 to end Defecit anima mea Islington 126 131 In convertendo Kentish Town 27 31 Dominus illuminatio Mapesbury

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1582

    that, at Hoxton co. Midd. on the said day, Henry Ashewell alias Ashebye late of London butcher stole seventeen white wethers and two black ewes, worth six pounds, of the goods and chattels of Fulke Oneslowe esq. at Hoxton aforesaid.

    Biographical Appendix, 1827-8 Committee

    member, Non-Con Club, Presbyterian Board. Collins, James: treas., United Committee, Dissenting Deputies 1816-28. Collison, George (1772-1847): educated Hoxton Academy, tutor of classics, Hoxton 1797-1801; resident tutor, Hackney Theological Seminary 1803-47; London minister; represented Protestant Society. Cordell, John (1787-1834): Dissenting Deputy;

    Statutes (not included by Baldock & Lisieux), Visitation by Compton, 1696

    C na Domini Parasceves In Sabbato Pasch Sancti Marci Sanctorum Phillippi et Jacobi Ascentionis fferia secunda Pentecostes fferia tertia Pentecostes Hoxton Archidiaconus Middlesexi Rugmere Chamberland Wood Harleston Sancti Barnab Sancti Johannis Baptist Sancti Petri Sancti Jacobi Sancti Bartholomei Horum quisque

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mor, tanir awm o'r gun cotton bob pymtheg mynyd, a choir fod twrf yn cyfateb i ervd magnel. DyddGwener, yn Hoxton, Llundain, aeth mam o'i thy am ychydig fynydau ar neges, gan adael dau blentyil tair ac un ilwvdd oed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hir. -Gohebydd. g y h Zciebitgadhag, fnobtzn &c. 0 GENEDIGAETHAU. DAVIES.-Ionawr 31ain, priod Mr, Thomas Davies, llaethwr, 29, Cropley street, Hoxton, Llandain ar fab. ri ROWLANDS.-Ionawr ltfed, priod ;fr. W. T. Rowlands, n Tan y coed, -Llaedderfel, Corwen, ar fab-cyntaf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Ysgoloriaeth " Brereton.)" 7. Miss N. H. Bodkin, addysgiaeth breifat, 15p. 8. Miss B. M, Caron, Haberdasher Co's Girls School, Hoxton, N., 15p. 9. David Williams, High School, Oswestry, 20p. (Ysgoloriaeth Gymreig). 10. F. Soddy, Eastborne College, 25p. (The ''Keeling" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dri phlentyn sydd wedi en gadaol mewn galar dwfn. Jones.-Ebrill 28, yn ddisvmwth, yn Eastbourne. David Jones, 3, Rufus Street, Hoxton, Llundain, yln 59 mlwydd oed. Roberts.--EIllrill 14eg, Mr. Michael Roberts, Llan- bedr House, Bwlehgwyn. Cafodid r~ai blynyd-l- oedd o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (gInt Meirion House, Bala). Dyg- aavl li iw chialddu i fynwoat Llangower, Hydref 29ais. SialasoI.-Hydi'ef 13eg Steawart Richard Sinmpson, FferylIhdi Hoxton, London, i-., yn 32 nhrydd oed. Cymeto(dd y gladdedigactic le y dydd Iaw can lamsnl, vn Nunheati Cemeterv. (iweinvldwtyd Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    New Concord Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 1115 Lodge Number (1863): 813 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Rosemary Branch Tavern, Shepparton Road, Hoxton, London 1860 Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Street, London 1878

    no name is given

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crown, Upper Moorfields, London 1732 Rummer, Old Fish Street Hill, London 1740 Angel and Crown, St. Agnes-le-Clare, Hoxton, London 1743

    no name is given

    Rosemary Lane, London 1748 Carlisle Cathedral, Shoreditch, London 1755 The, London Prentice, Old Street, Hoxton, London 1758 The Fountain, Shoreditch, London 1762 Bacchus, Hoxton Town, Hoxton, London 1766 Three Morrice Dancers, Old Change, London 1771 Sir John Falstaff, Old Street

    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Queen Elizabeth's Head, Pitfield Street, Hoxton, London 1729 Red Lion & Hall, Red Lion Street, Holborn, London 1733 Star and Garter, St. Martin's Lane, London

    Lillistone Manor and Finsbury Lodge

    Tavern, Banner Street, St. Luke's, London 1861 Jolly Anglers, Bath Street, Old Street, London 1869 Rosemary Branch Tavern, Shepparton Road, Hoxton, London 1873 London Tavern, Fenchurch Street, London 1880 St. Botoplph's Chambers, 191 Bishopsgate Street, London 1884 Great Eastern Hotel,

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

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    Miscellaneous, 26/02/1735

    in the Night . The Prisoner was a Bricklayer , and had been at work at the Prosecutor's House in Hoxton . There was a Hole in the Roof, made for the Scaffolding. The Prisoner found the way into this

    George North, Theft, 10/12/1735

    seven and eight at-night . Thomas Gatward . I am a Milk-man and live in the Land of Promise in Hoxton . My Wife and I went out between six and seven in the Morning, my Wife return'd about Ten

    Robert Jones, Theft, 04/12/1740

    Pewter Strainer, value 1 d. the Goods of Charles Gardner , Oct. 3 . Charles Gardner . I live at Hoxton ; on the 3d or 4th of Oct. last, about 12 at Night, hearing my Dog bark, I got

    James How, Theft, 27/02/1745

    17 . Thomas Smith . I was servant to Mrs. Grant; the Prisoner James How came into her shop at Hoxton to be shaved; when he came in, the wig was hanging upon a peg; I went for some warm

    John Clark, Theft, 16/04/1760

    away. We had reason to suspect the prisoner at the bar. Q. Where is your garden? Sing. It is at Hoxton . Q. What are you? Sing. I am an upholsterer . Q. On what account did you suspect the


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