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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Secular buildings The northern suburb, 1774-1850

    York Union Bank (now the Royal Insurance Group offices), in Lowgate (by Smith and Brodrick, 1890), and the National Provincial Bank (now the Westminster Bank), at the corner of Lowgate and Scale Lane (by Brodrick, Lowther , and Walker ,

    Religious houses

    revenues of Aldwick 's property. The chaplain's house was to be built on a piece of land in Marketgate (i.e. Lowgate ); it was to contain the chaplain's room and underneath it a hospital for two poor persons, who were

    Markets and fairs

    market was first held on each side of Marketgate, parts of which later became known as Butchery, Market Place, and Lowgate . In 1469 it was restricted to that part of the street south of Whitefriargate (i.e. Silver Street )

    Civic institutions The City and County Borough of Kingston upon Hull . Azure, three open crowns of gold palewise .

    in Exchange Alley , off Lowgate ; it was a three-storied building and it had a news-room above the exchange room. 57 In 1866 this was replaced by a new building on the corner of Lowgate and Bowlalley Lane. Abortive

    Social institutions

    and the first definite record of a theatre is in the early 18th century. By 1743 the New Theatre in Lowgate was included in the circuit of the independent stage company of Thomas Keregan, but the date of its erection

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The splendid and popular melo-dramatic spectacle of 'Alonzo the brave' was received iwth great applause, and will be repeated this evening

    (The splendid and popular melo-dramatic spectacle of 'Alonzo the brave' was received iwth great applause, and will be repeated this evening) [Theater, Playbills] Bt/ Permission of the Right Worshipful the Mayor. ^^^ The Splendid and Popular Melo-Dramatic? Spectacle of Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Is. Tickets and Places to be had of Mr. Hope, at the Theatre, from Eleven till T«Viw William Rawson, Printci, Lowgate, IIuIU ^ S C 2 C c/^ 2 ^. o o •finji 'ajBSAVoTC 'lojiicfj 'uosmb^ TOBiKfAV ^^1 U!^ uaAaia Subscribers-only content

    Mr. Booth's & Mrs. Garrick's fifth night

    (Mr. Booth's & Mrs. Garrick's fifth night) [Theater, Playbills] Mr. Booth's & Mrs. Oarriek's fifth Night? Theatre-Royal, Hull. On FRIDAY Evening, August 7th, 1818, Their Maj*»sties' Servants will perform Shakspeare's celebrated Play of The Merchant of Venice. The Duke Subscribers-only content

    Benefit of the band

    Tickets and Places to be had of Mr. Hope, at the Theatre, from Eleven till TMfvo.? TOPPING AND DAWSON, PRINTERS, LOWGATE. HULL. -9? O 2 ? > o ? > VJ O w s tr »9 ? •i^ « o Subscribers-only content

    The revival of the Knight of Snowdoun and Henri Quatre

    (The revival of the Knight of Snowdoun and Henri Quatre) [Theater, Playbills] 'I'l^ll *ajbi§Avo I 'laiuii^i 'SujcKlo^ fi:uj«ijj^ •nuaDg aq) puiqaq pajlimp-e aq o) *dJ)Haqx aq) q)iAi pa)aaunoaun ^jaAa)tjqA\ nosj^j o^ ^^ s\ *.Cjai[no Vi\A H ')!cl '^Z ^saxog Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "1 The SherflT' and his attendants proceeded to the hustings by way of Whitefriar-gate, Parliament-street, the Old Dock side, and Lowgate. On passing the Dock side we regret to state a most disoraceful scene occurred. A party of ruffiant, instigated, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    doors to prevent the intrusion of any more. Nombeis, however, conti- nued to arrive, and quickly filled those parts of Lowgate chapel lane and Low church alley, immediately contiguous to the church. The ceremoay being performed, the couple prepared to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a charge of committing a burglary, by breaking open the offices of the Electric and International Telegraph Company in Lowgate, I-Iull, and stealing a sum of money. When taken to prison, he stated that he and the other boys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sod district, with a good cen- ad.ndtion amongst Grocers. Liberal terms to a good maii- Addidess~, AgentLce&d hcrosrv Office, 42, Lowgate, Hull. 0V82 _&GMNT1 Wanted. aze about 2t, to Represent a Firm of Hardware .t.actors. One uaei to canvassing or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charge of breaking open the offices of the Electric and International TelegraphCompany, in Lowgate, Hull. A fourth, concerned in this robbery, is yet at large. One of the three in custody, when taken to prison by Detective Jones, stated, in Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Phoenix Lodge

    1835. It is endorsed " Returned from Hull, now 368." Meeting Places Private Room, 14 High Street, Hull, Yorkshire 1817 Freemasons' Hall, Mytongate, Hull, Yorkshire 1828 Ship Inn, Lowgate, Hull, Yorkshire 1829 Private Room, 7 High Street, Hull, Yorkshire 1831

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Kirkby in Kendale

    Town of Kendal. K. Order Book, 1669 96. 1694/5 18 January. The highway within Nethergraveship, leading from Loand Barn to Lowgate Settling is presented as being decayed and ruinous by default of repair. (K. Indict. Book, 1692 1724). Order that

    Index, L - Z

    276. Low End of the Heald , 211. Lowfield close , Stricklands , 148. Lowfield Toll-gate , Furness , 18. Lowgate Settling , Kendal , 86. Lowis , Isabel, 92, 93. " John, 150. Low Moor , Hutton Roof ,

    Henry VIII, January 1541, 21-31, 21 January 1541-31 January 1541

    pieces of land called three peltoftys which belonged to Spaldyng priory, Linc., Fraunceys Rigge, 2 ridges in Burtifen land near Lowgate, pasture called Sefilgrene and Lowbuntingford, and lands in B urtifen, all in Pynchebek, Linc.; to John Hyll and his

 

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