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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mfont Pleasant, Liverpool, priod M~r. J. W. Lloyd, deintydd, ar fab. Ar yr 22ain cynfisol, priod y Parch. D. Lloyd, Margate, ar Ar y 23ain cynfisol, priod Mr. John Foulkes, Maes y dref, Llanddeiniolen, ar fab. PRIODASAU. Aryr 21ain CyAfsol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flaenaf collodd 102 o bersonau, a 220 yn yr ail. Yn 1850 aeth y Royal Adelaide yn ddrylliau ar draeth Margate, ar ei ffordd o Cork i Lundain, a chollwyd mwy na 400. Hwn oedd y trychineb mwyaf a ddig- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church offEngland,". fod .ya:fliad :rf & wedi 3 arwyado ar.igr --,Av - Parchh ( ;WT Astley, iA. (Rhydyobsdiehal gynti leir Margate, ,o zwedi hyn flcer£e13 lin-gh;'(yr hbni fy-ohath, gydag A Op yi y fw~y~ddy, arAte`hodd erihwyn OydwybOd), i'rwyd'd n iEsgby'nCanad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    logell- Le au, dim und dau docyn parvenroker. Yr oedd wedi u gwystlo ei gadwen al oriawr, y naill yn Margate, a r liall yn liamsgate. Yr enw ar y ddau docyn ydoedd r B. Jones,0 Cynhaliwyd trengholiad ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as ducn'ioaun alloper roe SAl, oud livtddvyd i & chub y dxw lal, eidth nnewn tif6r. Ar v Rei Sonti, Margate, llwyr d1linystriwyd y siack Chamopion; ahubhv;:.: clvwocil or .lwyla.., tic y colioli dau era.ili ou bhyxdiu. C..llodd peoedar o Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : pictures

    set, and are more dignified, but far stiffer and less beautiful; the large allegorical picture of William III landing at Margate in 1697 (no. 29) hangs in ' William the Third 's Presence Chamber,' Pope's satirical lines perhaps describe it

    Stoke Newington Protestant nonconformity

    for almshos. for Quakers in Margate ( Kent ) and Whitechapel . Whitechapel almshos. rebuilt N. of Stoke Newington mtg. ho. 1834. 18 Supported by John Kitching 's trust. Demol. 1956 and inmates rehoused at Margate . 19 BAPTISTS. Chapel

    Bethnal Green Local Government Old Town Hall in 1852 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    Leytonstone . 24 At the end of 1867 the workhouse was overcrowded by 200 and sick children were sent to Margate infirmary. 25 From 1868 to 1871 expenditure was authorized on a school, porter's lodge, and infirmary for 200 children,

    Parishes Shelswell

    unmarried and he made his nephew John Harrison Slater , son of his sister Ann Harrison and John Slater of Margate , his heir, on condition that he assumed the surname Harrison. John Slater -Harrison died in 1874 and was

    Middleton-on-Sea MIDDLETON 1606 (from W.S.R.O., Add. MS. 2027, f. 31) Middleton-on-Sea

    1532-42 . Kelly 's Dir. Suss . ( 1934 ); Holiday Hbk. to Bognor Regis and W. Suss . ( Margate , early 1930s), 10-11 (copy in C.I.H.E. libr.); Elmer Sands brochure [1930s ] , [6-7 ] (copy in W.S.R.O.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1698, 13 March 1699

    or Mother were Aliens." Burford, " Kent, " Berwick, EJex, " Grafton^ " Aßßance, tf Southampton, " Arundel I, " Margate, " Vulture, " Vefuvius, " Strombolo, " Bafilifi, " Carcafs, " Granada, " Firedrake, " Furnace, " Mortar, " Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1698, 14 March 1699

    the Advantage and Security of the Kingdom ; 3d. Rate: " Burford, ¦ Kent, Berwick, Eß,, Grafton, Aßßance, Southampton, Arundel/, Margate, Vulture, Vefuvius, Strombolo, Bafilifl, Carcafs, Granada, Firedrake, Furnace, Mortar, Serpent, Terrour, Suffolke, Advice, Bonadventure, " Deptford, « King'sßßer, " Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    at Calais Three Weeks, and the " CommiiTary bore the whole Expence. " Bara returned to England, and flayed at Margate <c about a Week; and then went back for France, with " Bland's Boy only. In their Paflage they Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    of Brandy ; they (laid there 3 Weeks, and the ** Commiffary bore their whole Expence. " He continued at Margate about a Week, and went " back with Bland's Boy, and they were driven to Netv- " port; where Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    " William Bland, of St. tKath:rines near The Tower, " Waterman, faith, " That, in Atigufl 1705, being at " Margate, he met wiih one Clerk (whole true Name " lie has beenfince informed is Valicre')-; and after fome " Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 4th October 1835

    Hotel and fetched Uncle and Aunt to drive with us. I saw Dr. Clark immediately after luncheon. We drove to Margate and walked on the pier and jetty there. Came home with them at 5. Undressed. Uncle Leopold came up

    Sunday 4th October 1835

    Hotel and fetched Uncle and Aunt to drive with us. I saw Dr. Clark immediately after luncheon. We drove to Margate and walked on the pier and jetty there. Came home with them at 5. Undressed. Uncle Leopold came up

    Monday 3rd October 1836

    At ½ p. 1 Mamma received an address from The Inhabitants of Ramsgate and St.Lawrence; and afterwards from those of Margate . At a ¼ p.3 we drove to the pier with Lady Catherine and Lehzen, and walked on it,

    Monday 3rd October 1836

    ½ p. 1 Mamma received an address from The Inhabitants of Ramsgate & St: Lawrence; & afterwards from those of Margate . At a ¼ p.3 we drove to the Pier with Ly Catherine & Lehzen, & walked on it,

    Thursday 7th July 1842

    to embark last night, & we heard by telegraph that the ship having them on board, had been seen off Margate , this morning at ½ p. 6, so that they would probably be here between 12 & 1. All

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Union Lodge

    Margate, Kent 1813 Royal Hotel, Cecil Square, Margate, Kent 1827 Crown and Anchor, Zion Place, Margate, Kent 1835 Bro. Wood's Bathing Rooms, High Street, Margate, Kent 1837 Britannia Hotel, Fore Street, Margate, Kent 1838 Wood's Bathing Rooms, High Street,

    Thanet Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 478 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Parade Hotel, The Parade, Margate, Kent 1785 Liverpool Arms, Charlotte Square, Margate, Kent 1826

    St. John's Thanet Lodge

    of Constitution: 28th April 1899. Consecrated 23rd June 1899 Warrant of Centenary: 23rd June 1999 Year of Centenary: 1999 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 23rd June 1999 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2753 Meeting Places Masonic Temple, New Cross Street, Margate, Kent, England 1899

    Porta Maris Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Temple, New Cross Street, Margate, Kent, England 1921

    Trinity Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Temple , New Cross Street , Margate, Kent , England 1950

 

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