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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Freemasonry

    any Provincial Grand Lodge for the county before 1777. TABLE 1 Lodges in the Province Town Craft Lodges Date of Warrant Royal Arch Chapters Date of Warrant Mark Master Lodges and Royal Ark Mariners Date of Warrant Preceptory of the

    Liverpool The cathedral

    Lady Chapel , to be erected by the Earle and Langton families, the chapter-house, to be erected by the Masonic Lodges of the West Lancashire province, as well as several windows, the organ, the font, & c., which have been

    Local government and public services Law and order

    were made out of the existing accommodation, and at the same time a resident matron and turnkey were appointed. 129 Lodges on the east and west were demolished and the site was extended east so as to clear a space

    Stapenhill Introduction

    and Social Clubs A friendly society which met at the Barley Mow in Main Street was registered in 1854 . Lodges of Oddfellows were established in 1866 ( Manchester Unity ) and 1874 ( United Order ), and the former

    Swavesey Introduction

    held at the hall in 1928 . 17 Between 1813 and 1815 there were 36 people in friendly societies. 18 Lodges of the Oddfellows and Ancient Shepherds were established in 1849 or 1850; that of the Shepherds still existed in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shy dryruioe, nc eni wel ad pob brawd a chimer syebwyrel, wedi ychydig yatyr- mi iaeth, y byddai yehwanego Giand Lodges ye ychwan- yr egu y treuliau hafyd? Os Grand Lodhge, rhaid wrth atl Grand 0ifice, Grand Chief, a Grand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gvmaeithas a'i dyledion, fod y diffvg yn 1,343,446p., Ten 3p. 12s. 3c. yr aelod, Os gadewir allan o'r cYfrif y Lodges y mae ganddynt surplus. Os dyma sefyllfa Budd-yqmdeith- as o'r fath oreu, beth am y gweddill o honynt P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1529A. 3B. 24r., more or less; 4 The Gothic MANSION, called, 'PLAS-YN.DINAS,' With its ample Pleasure Grounds, Lawns, Conserva- tories, Lodges, Kitchen Gardens, Stabling, and Out- buildings; the several Fairms with the Houses and Farm Buildings thereon, known as Tan-y-Bwleh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erbyn hyn fod yna ymgais deg i wasgu ac i glwyfo yr Undeb, yr wyf yn apelio at yr holl Lodges (ae at chwarelwyr nad ydynt undeb- wvr) i wneyd casggiadau i crnorthwyo gweithwyr y Rhos i sefyll eu tir, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as supplied the KING OP HOLLAND, are Strongly Recomoended as Particularly Saleable. Strongly Recommended for Chapels, Churches, Schools,-Drawing Rooms and Lodges. All Instruments guaranteed for six years, and filled with our Patent mouse-proof Pedal Attachment. Catologues sent free: on application Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Report from the Committee appointed to Enquire into the State of the Goals of this Kingdom. Relating to the King-s-Bench Prison., 11 June 1728

    Debtors) hath been recommitted for any new Debt. The common Side of this Prifon is divided into little Cabins or Lodges, the Floors of many of which are fix or eight Feet below the Level of the Ground, the Mailer's Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1796, 10 May 1796

    the South End of Ridgemont Town, to " the Entrance of Woburn Park, at a Place called The i! Red Lodges; and for making and maintaining a Road li from the South End of Ridgemont Town aforefaid, " through Hußorn Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1796, 11 May 1796

    leading from the South End of Ridgemont Town to the Entrance of Woburn Park, at a Place called The Red Lodges; and for making and maintaining a Road from the South End of. Ridgemont Town aforefaid, through Hufbofn Crawley, to Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1796, 13 May 1796

    the " South End of Ridgemont Town to the Entrance of " Woburn Park, at a Place called The Red Lodges ; and " for making and maintaining a Road from the South " End of Ridgemont Town aforefaid, through Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1796, 14 May 1796

    on Monday next. " of Ridgemont Town, to th-: Entrance of Woburn Park, " at a Place called The Red Lodges; and for making " and maintaining a Road from the South End of Ridge- " mont Town aforefaid, through Subscribers-only content

 

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