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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taylor. Attornies, Nlessrs. Hurd, Slaww aH1d Johnson, Temple. W. Bat-ber, St. oho-stleetSmitigfiehI, grcecr. Attorney, Mr. ItLumphre~s, Londnri-Pridp2e-Voot, Southwark. J. Grellier, Millwall, POplefr, Romran cement manufachirer. At- tornev, Mr. CranchLUrinonl-cout, Broad-street, London. T. Swilidells and 1V. L~owe, Manebester) linen-drapers. Attor-, ney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magistrates at Lambeth street Police Office directed that atteritios should be afforded to the unfor- tunate ladies, who were at Millwall indisposed, and several of their friends have come forward on this melanchioly occasion. ATTEMIPTeD Muatna.-OOn Tuesday, June 90h, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Honourable East India Company, fitted with two engines of 110 horses power each, by Messrs Seaward, the celebrated engineers of Millwall, left her moorings at Blackwall, at twenty minutes past eleven, and proceeded down the river against a strong flood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SE'QUESTRATIONS. J. Richards, GIa gow, gun manufacturer-R. Edgar, Glu- gow, nmanufacturer. Friday, Jtly 24. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. A. and W. Beav'r, Millwall, Poplar, mast makers-W. Spetligue and J. Marti, Lauinceston, Cornwall, grocers-J. and T. Ilentley, Rawdsu, Yorkshire, clstu maooitactnrers-R. Betteson and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left the court. At the Thames office, on Monday, Henry Saul, a master butcher, carrying on a respectable business at Millwall, was charged by Mr Joseph Hudson, an elderly gentlemen, re- siding at 23 St Martin's lane, Cannon row, with Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Introduction

    works of the old firm, Locke, Lancaster and Johnson & Sons, Ltd., are situated at Poplar , Limehouse , and Millwall . Gas-tar works form an important feature of the East London Industries. The works of Messrs. Burt , Boulton


    Spitalfields; Bethnal Green ; Limehouse ; Poplar , which included the Isle of Dogs and its settlements of Blackwall , Millwall , and Cubitt Town . Under the London Government Act, 1899, the separate parishes were brought together in three

    Stepney Communications STEPNEY COMMUNICATION

    Blackwall line until the construction of a spur between Salmon's Lane and Limehouse junctions. The North Greenwich branch line from Millwall junction to the south end of the Isle of Dogs was added in 1871 . Six goods depots were

    Index K-Z

    mill; Crash mills; Cyclone mills; East London silk mills; fulling mills; oil mill; paper mills; saw mills; Wapping , mills Millwall , in Poplar , Millward : Humph., John, Mary, dau. of Humph., see Hayes Milton Ho. (M.B.) , flats

    Index K-Z

    Millner , Col. J. K., marksman, Mills , Alan, Eliz., Jas., and his w. Eliz., -, actor, n ; fam., Millwall , see Poplar Milne, J. , Milner , see Haley & Milner Milton , John, poet, Arcades , Milward

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    see Millwall. Millbrook , Cornwall Miller , Henry James John letter of Roger Thomas, see Milner. Milles , James, letter to John, petition of Millett , John, the King's ward, guardians of Mills , Mr. of Herne, Kent Millwall , Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 286, April 1-17, 1635, 01 April 1635-17 April 1635

    court . 4 pp . ] April 6. 42. Statement of Peter Early, master of the hoy Charity of Millall [Millwall ] , that he went with beer on 13th March last to the ship Merhonour, when about 20 persons Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    petition of Chardesfield , see Charsfeild Charing Cross , London, document dated from Charity , the Charity , the, of Millwall Charles I. , notices of, and references and allusions to, passim : personal directions with respect to the preparation Subscribers-only content

    Report on the Charities of the Ironmongers' Company

    exchange with the trustees of the Mellish Estate, of certain pieces of land forming part of the Barnfield Estate at Millwall, Poplar, in the county of Middlesex. 21st June 1872. By an order of the said board of this date


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