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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester The castle

    opening on the Castle Lane approach. 33 In the years 1844-50 a new convict prison, originally organized on the ' Pentonville ' separate system, was built east of the gaol of 1791. It incorporated the original gatehouse, to which large

    Islington Growth: Barnsbury and King's Cross

    place in the Back Road, as individual landowners sought to take advantage of a demand stimulated by the building of Pentonville , in Clerkenwell . Park Place , a small terrace at the junction of Islington Park Street , is

    Parishes Hartley Wespall

    same, 1678-1733 , with gaps in baptisms 1678-85 and 1713-23 . This book was found in an empty house in Pentonville in 1852 . The third contains baptisms and burials 1733-83 , with a gap in baptisms 1748-54 , and

    Islington Local government BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON

    were elected for the liberty of St. Mary 's, Islington . Several publicans and shopkeepers, at Battle Bridge and in Pentonville , were presented for giving light weight. 59 The courts leet and baron met annually on Holy Thursday in

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    Row , a terrace of 31 houses, near the north end of the Back Road; far from other building at Pentonville and built long before Barnsbury was begun, it remained isolated until c . 1800. 77 Individual villas and small

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn barod i addef en heuogrwydd. PobI ddiniwed oedd 2 pawb oedd yn dioddef cosbedigaeth yn ngharcharau i Millbank a Pentonville 0s gwrandewid en tystiolaeth i hwy eu hunain, ebe un o'r ddau ddyn, ac yr oedd : gwybod hyny Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfryw fel y mae yn rhaid : ymgynghori a chyfreithwyr. Ar wahoddiad y pwyll- gor yr eedd Mr. Evan Jones, Pentonville, yn bres- enol, a phenodwyd ef a Mr. R. V. Thomas i gyd- weithredn a chyfeillion Falmouth Road. Pasiodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Attornev, Mr. Keene, Frnviv.-l's inn. j. P Walker, Haifiax, Yorkshire, porter-dealer. Attornies, Mlessrs. Wiglesworth and Crosley, Gray's-inn-sqnare. J. Lanmb, Southamptot-street, Pentonville, coal-merchant. - At- torney, Mr. Jewns, New-inn. - J. Brvant, sen. Barnet, Herts, inniolder. Attornies, Messrs. Adlingtort and Gregory, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leaving a wife and seven children. Oct. 22, at Sidimi-ith, aged S4, John Heriot, Fq. Oct. 25, At Y oik-p1ace, Pentonville, Mrs. Blundbtoae, %Viakly of the laie.Mu. Blinditone, OfFalmotilt. Oct. Si at 'Cheltenham, Niss MaerthaTaylorj yoenugest sister of thll late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EXrSMNINCR,-It certainly was not mY intention td address yoa. again on the subject of a-recent interinent at St. James's Chapel, Pentonville, but I really feel it to be , duty Lowe myselE: to say a few words upon the long Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 April 1794, 4 April 1794

    Ills Wife, (fof and on Behalf of themfelves, and of judges.° WUiamjelJon Pearfon their Infant Son), Thomas Groejheck Lynch of Pentonville in the County of Middlefex Ef^uire, Enzdbelh 'r'udfey his Wife, Kohert Hale of the Pariih of Hammerfmil» in the Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1813, 7 May 1813

    Tadcafter: Uxbridge: Alfreton: Lofcoe: Draycott: Exeter: Lambeth: Iflinglon & Pentonville: Wantage: Uttoxeter: Folkeftone; Cheadle: Matlock : Ockbrook & Alvaftoti: Chichefter: Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Stroud and its Vicinity, in the County and Diocefe of Glouceßer, Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1813, 18 December 1813

    Ker et Sanft in Interlocutors It is Declared, by the Lords Spiritual and Tem- A Petition of George Gardiner of Pentonville, in the Gardiner* in Part poral in Parliament affembled. That the Deeds and Inftru- County of Middlefex, and George Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    Burgh of Pittenweem ; Inverury; Chudleigh ; Watlington ; Black¬ burn; Epping; Ampthill; and Rochdale, 16th March, 113.— Clarendon Chapel, Pentonville, 17th March, 118.—Cupar; Shiffnal; Peterborough; Spencer Place Chapel; Dews- bury ; Saddleworth; Clapham; and Hindon, 20th March, 123 Tadcaster; Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1830, 8 June 1830

    relates,) who was " proved to be at Mayence, on the Rhine; but that " Thomas Handley of Winchester Place, Pentonville, and " Gray's Inn Square, both in the said County of Middle- " sex, Gentleman, appeared and consented to Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Lichen Islandicus; or Iceland Moss Cocoa

    (Thirty years, or thereabouts, have now elapsed since we turned our) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Confectionery, Advertisements, confectionery] cff .refuliy examined, both microscopically and chemically, the -ri-r-r.-jv^f, ... , r titt a vjj JJOSS? ;uie by Messrs. D'JNM & Hfvvett. Subscribers-only content

    Lichen Islandicus; or Iceland Moss Cocoa

    and we shall be most pleased to show the same to any one who? ill call at our works in Pentonville. From the ready digestibility of this Cocoa it is? :>ecially suitable for children, even when quite young, and no Subscribers-only content

    Lichen Islandicus; or Iceland Moss Cocoa

    (The success which has attended the issue of the first edition of half-a-) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Confectionery, Advertisements, confectionery] ^¦•¦*li*W*»*»* f ^¦,«,»,»,w,«, ritain's Breakfast Beverage Sr^w^ig^w*^^* • ¦^»i*»*»"»'Si*w*»i^»*i^ ¦-¦¦¦«¦ ¦¦¦¦,»,-,«»«»«»«»«^*> DUNN & HEWETT'S Iceland Moss Cocoa*. ^^ DUNN & Subscribers-only content

    Dunn's Essence of Coffee

    OF COFFEE IN ONE MINUTE! ^ 13 N JViy COFFEE Warranted free from ADULTERATION, and tc? keep good in any climate. See testimonials of? Dr. Normandy, Dr, Hassall, and others. MAHITFACTORY: PENTONVILLE. lOHDOK May be hud everytchert. Ben Georqe, London, Subscribers-only content

    Worth knowing!!

    [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Coffee, Advertisements, Tea and coffee merchants] I • -/fr pue '-Iz '-li ^-pg ^saTllOa Nl 'itmnini iQjn^* P^* o^i^naios « ni pexvat id ¦••q XnnvpiAe ivq pnv 'noi^ssSip jo Xtvo wi 'leidionud snoimfni \\v lo pioAep Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Papers relating to the National Political Union, (2 of 2)

    184. Council as at general meeting on 1 December 1831. Printed . ] National Political Union Allen, Thos, 1 Penton-pl. Pentonville Beaucl erk, Major, 12, Chester-street Buckle, John, Paper-buildings, Temple Bowyer, Thomas, 32, Myddleton-street Barratt, George, Winchester-street Bennett, John, 23,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 December 1830, 16 December 1830-16 December 1830

    its Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Claremont Chapel, Pentonville: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Members of a Congregation of Independent Dissenters assembling at Claremont Chapel, Pentonville, London , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Huntly: Also,

    Islington

    system of hydraulics. The fire-engine near the New-river-head, is for the purpose of raising water into a large reservoir near Pentonville, which supplies many parts of the west end of the town, which are so nearly on a level with

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 7 June 1830, 07 June 1830-07 June 1830

    Petition do lie upon the Table. Petitions for mitigating Punishment for Forgery. A Petition of Edward Gregory , of Claremont-square, Pentonville ;-of Inhabitants of Lowestoft ;-of Persons resident in Halesworth ;-of Inhabitants of Hadleigh ;- of John Abel Smith, Edward

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 8 June 1830, 08 June 1830-08 June 1830

    Bill relates,) who was proved to be at Mayence , on the Rhine; but that Thomas Handley of Winchester Place, Pentonville , and Gray's Inn Square , both in the said County of Middlesex , Gentleman, appeared and consented to

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Universal Lodge

    London 1810 Queens Arms Tavern, Cheapside, London 1828 George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, London 1834 White Conduit Tavern, Barnsbury Road, Pentonville, London 1843 George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, London 1848 Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, London 1850 Freemasons' Hall, Great

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

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    THOMAS GREGORY, RICHARD BLY, Theft, 03/04/1811

    intent to steal the same. JOHN PATRICK . I am a clerk. I saw the prisoners go to No. 16, Pentonville . I went and acquainted the officer. JOHN BROWN . I live opposite the houses. I had suspicion the

    JOHN BROWN, CHARLES MILES, Theft, 27/10/1813

    two fowls, value 2 s. the property of John Lewis . ANN JEARY . I live at Pentonville . On the 23rd of October, I saw the two prisoners catching Mr. Lewis's fowls; they put one each of them into

    ROBERT JOHNSON, Violent Theft, 29/05/1816

    and a pincusion, value 6d. her property . SARAH PRICE . I was robbed on the 26th of April, in Pentonville . I was walking in company with a lady, at about half past nine o'clock. It was not very

    WILLIAM DAVIS, Theft, 19/02/1817

    6d. , the property of Thomas Hood . THOMAS HOOD. I am a cheesemonger , and live at Pentonville . On the 3d of February, I lost my bacon between eleven and twelve o'clock in the morning. SAMUEL LANE .

    CHARLES CAPEL, Theft, 16/04/1817

    goods of John Brettel . JOHN BRETTEL . I am a bricklayer . I was building a house at Pentonville , on the 28th of February, I met the prisoner with my plank on his shoulder - I told him

 

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