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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Hindus

    Islington Hindus Hindus The Shree Swaminarayan Hindu temple was opened a few years before 1974 in Elmore Street , Essex Road , in the former mission hall of St. John 's, Cleveland Road . 63 It was still there

    Islington Moslems

    Islington Moslems Moslems The Moslem Welfare Centre at no. 15 St. Thomas 's Road, Finsbury Park , was registered for worship in 1976 . 62 G.R.O. Worship Reg . no. 74494.

    Islington Local government BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON

    Islington , 232. Islington libr. 4th Ann. Rep. of Vestry ( 1860 ), 3; Islington M.B. Illus. Guide to Housing and Local Govt. Exhib . ( 1946 ), 7. Islington libr., Sale Cat . of Islington town hall, 1925.

    Islington Public services

    Islington As It Was , 77-8. Rep. of Islington Dispensary ( 1851 , copy in Islington libr.). Rep. of M.B.W. 1886 , H.C. 157, p. 563 ( 1887 ), lxxi. Inf. from Mr. J. C. Connell . Lewis ,

    Schools Owen_s School

    children, 24 from Islington and 6 from Clerkenwell . The original building stood on the east side of St. John Street until 1841; part of Alice's own memorial, removed from the church of St. Mary , Islington , in 1751

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 30 Worthy Acts of Women.

    Hospital in London , to the end that Twelve Pence apiece weekly might be given to certain poor People of Islington , 60l. Towards the beautifying of the Cloisters of Christ's Hospital , she gave the Sum of 66l. 13s.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Islington.

    Newington and Crepulgate. ] ISELDON, vulgarly ISLINGTON. W Inding West from the Parish of Hackney , by Dorleston and Kingsland , Wards in the said Parish, is Iseldon , corruptly and commonly called Islington , placed pleasantly upon an Hill:

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Islington.

    Islington . A Monument in the South Ile with this Inscription: To the sacred Memory of Anne late Wife of Henry Chitting, Esq; Chester Herauld at Arms, eldest Daughter of William Bennet , Gentleman, by Joice, Widow of Richard

    Book 1, Chapter 5 The Waters serving this City. The New River.

    undertook it, to bring his intended River from Chadwell and Amwell , to the North side of London , near Islington , where he builded a large Cistern to receive it. The Work began the 20th Day of February, Anno

    Book 5, Chapter 31 [Divers good Orders] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [for the City.]

    is, the Places about St. Clements and the Savoy ] St. Giles , High Holbourn , St. John's Street and Islington (great Harbours of such misdemeaned Persons) were never so well and quiet. For Rogue nor masterless Men dared now

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysga Rugby. 6ge. Hgrvysbyswyd fad rlwng 300p.a 300p.e wed-i fen ckdasgi Boren Sabbath diweddaf traddadodd y Parch. Dr. 'White, o Islington, bregeth yn nghap I Presbyteraidd St. Pedrm cScotland Road, Liverpool, a Ddadgysylltiad Eglys Loegr.y ostiodd y :oweithrediadau euyfreithiol ya Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 10amn o Ragfyr yn S2 mlwydd oed, Miss Eliza Richards, merch hynaf y diweddar Mr. John Richards, Fierrepont Row, Islington, Llundain. Ar y laf cydsol, yn 1 mlwydd a S mis oed, Robert Isaac Parry, uonig blentyn Owen Parry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn er- jaiu byn athrawiaeth o anffaeledigrwydd y Pab. tw_ Cynhaliwyd trengholiad ar gorff plentyn pum' mis yn oed, yn Islington, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, yr hwn yI- fu farw trwy dagn gyda photel sugno. Ymddengys i'r sm. forwyn esgeuluso ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gryf dros ddiwygiad Yd' tinwyadi ~~~~~De trwyadl yn yr Eglwys; ond meddyliai y gre 1 Parch. DANIEL WILSON Ficer Islington, mai bak - - - n mewn llonyddwch y mae eu nerth. " Pe n gwnelid cyfnewidiadau yn awr," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganlyn. Wrth a a: f adolygu areithiau a draddodwvd gan gefnogwyr r y blaid Efengylaidd yn nghyfarfod clerigol y r Islington, dywed y Churck Times-" Rhaid i ni gywiro un camgymeriad a wnaeth un o'r areith- a, o wyr. Dywedodd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. The scourging of Tho. Hinshaw, aud Iohn Milles.

    the stake, and so as he prayed, it came to passe at Brainford.Ye hard before of those 22. taken at Islington, 13. were burned, and 6. escaped, albeit very hardly, & some of them not without scourging by the hands

    Book 6, page 1702 (1563)

    within the tyme and raigne of Quene Mary: I finde that about the. xvii. day of September, wer burned at Islington, nigh vnto London, these foure constant professours of Christ, videlicet, Martyrs.Rafe Allerton, Iames Awstoo, Margery Awstoo hys wyfe, and

    Book 6, page 1750 (1563)

    xiiii. day of Iuly 1558, which said. vi. wer of that company þt were apprehended in a close, hard by Islington. pag. 1658. col. 2. & were taken with them & sent to prison as before ye haue herd, whose

    Queene Mary. Vj. Martyrs burned at Brainford.

    the stake, and so as he prayed it came to passe at Braynford.Ye heard before of those 22. taken at Islington 13. were burned, and 6. escaped, albeit very hardly, and some of them not without scourging by the handes

    Q. Mary. Vj. Martyrs burned at Brainford.

    the stake, and so as he praied it came to passe at Brainford.Ye heard before of those 22. taken at Islington 13. were burned, and 6. escaped, albeit very hardly, and some of them not without scourgyng by the handes

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 April 1756, 6 April 1756

    Bridge, in the County of Middle' ': fex, to make a new Road from the Great Northern " Road at Islington, to the Edgware Road at £*oAdinqton, " and alfo from the North End of Portland Street, " crofs The Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1756, 6 April 1756

    " That the fi Charge of making and repairing the faid new Road, " from the Great Northern Road in Islington to Totten- " ham Court, may be charged on the Tolls which fliall " be there colle&ed; and that Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1802, 2 April 1802

    the Bill, have figned the Petition ; and alfo that the Judges, having perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Islington poor B"1 te. Meffage to H. C. that the Lords have agreed to it. Broughton Enclofure KB. Hodie 3a Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1811, 12 February 1811

    John Blount, Counfel or Agents in the Court of Seffion in Scotland, the Truftees of certain Premifes called The Stony Fields, fhall be deemed good Service. fituatein the Parifh of Islington, in the County of Mid- VoL. XLVIII. T dlefex, Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1811, 30 May 1811

    £ent Water- «rks Bill. Literpool Docks Bill. Churchill En¬ dete Bill, i (taple ig» &6 Wheatacre Bargh En- dofure Bill. Islington tndofure The Lord Walfingham made the like Report from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IDEN, Henry (d.1568), of Islington, Mdx.

    Islington, Mdx. Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 1563 Ofifces Held Master surveyor of ordnance 1563; j.p. Mdx. from 1561. Biography Little is known about Iden, who sat for the Earl of Pembroke’s borough of Shaftesbury in 1563. Pembroke owned land at

    PERCY, Thomas, of Islington and Stanwell, Mdx.

    Thomas, of Islington and Stanwell, Mdx. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1563 Ofifces Held Escheator, Kent and Mdx. 1551-2. Biography If the above parentage is correct, this man was the grandson of John Percy who sat for Shaftesbury in 1491, and

    PYMME, alias FRYER, Thomas (by 1524-66), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks.

    apposer of the foreign receipts of the Exchequer from 1516. The apposer died in 1549, leaving houses in Wycombe and Islington, Middlesex, to his wife, with remainder to his ‘cousin’ Thomas Pymme alias Fryer. Edward Frere, whose grandfather had migrated

    VINCENT, Sir Matthias (c.1645-87), of , Islington, Mdx.

    (c.1645-87), of , Islington, Mdx. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1685 Ofifces Held Treas. Sons of the Clergy 1685-d. Ofifces Held Alderman, London 1686-d. Biography Vincent’s grandfather, an attorney, married an heiress and rebuilt Battens in His father, who inherited the estate,

    BODURDA, Griffith (c.1621-77), of Westminster and Islington, Mdx.

    of Westminster and Islington, Mdx. Constituency Dates Anglesey 1656 Beaumaris 1659 Beaumaris 1660 Ofifces Held Clerk, wine licences 1646-53; keeper of records, common pleas 1656-June 1660; commr. for wine duties 1668-70; dep. commr. of Treasury [I] 1671-d. Ofifces Held Commr.

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

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    Killing, 19/02/1675

    had taken a new Lodging at Islington where they were to lye that night, and thither she must go with him, which she did, following him along Hatton-Garding, to Clarkenwell and so to Islington, where taking his opportunity near the

    Violent Theft, 09/09/1675

    called the Foot-padd; Their usual practice was to lurk in the Evening, or very early in the Morni ng, about Islington , and other skirts of the Town, and force what single Passinger they could meet with to surrender their

    Violent Theft, 05/04/1676

    a Robbery : for that he and two more robbed a young man a little beyond Islington of about eight pounds in Money. It was about eight of the clock in the evening in March last. The Prosecutor knew this

    Theft, 23/08/1676

    so couragious in Villany, as to break open a house at Islington : one of them had a Mother liv'd there, and carried two of her Gronies thither, and about 12 a Clock at Night, they attempted with a Picklock

    Killing, 11/10/1676

    William Parker on the 8th day of February last was Twelvemonth , near Islington : the Case was thus; The said Parker and another, now an Evidence, were at work a ditching; the Prisoner and his Brother (not yet taken)

 

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