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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Stepney.

    late of Ratcliff , Baker, 1702/3 . And Hanna Hills his Wife, 1698 . And Robert his Son, 1692 . William Coles , late of Ratcliff , Ship-chandler, 1699 . And some Children. Michael Honey , late of Ratcliff ,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Stepney

    , late of Ratcliff , Rope-Merchant, 1679 . And Mary his Wife, 1681 . Capt. John Willimot of Ratcliff , 1699 . Richard Power , late Captain of the Prince Rupert , 1681 . Thomas Wise of Ratcliff , Distiller,

    Book 1, Chapter 25 Schools. Ratcliff School.

    out upon Exhibitions, to be allowed to such of the School as are superannuated, and miss of Elections. RATCLIFF SCHOOL. In Ratcliff , in the Parish of Stepney , is another Free School, convenient for the Inhabitants of those Parts

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Stepney.

    Wife of John Jefferson of Ratcliff , Goldsmith, 1677 . Elizabeth the Wife of Alexander Henderson : Sometime Curate of this Parish. Here lies interr'd the Body of she who was Sarah Hartland , 1696 , Aged 25. Whose Heart,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 The Circuit Walk. Shadwell.

    Ann Shot , late of this Parish, Widow, by her last Will 10l. 1692 . Henry Mudd , late of Ratcliff , Esq; by his Will 25l. 1696 . Tho. Berry , at the Request of Isabella his Wife, deceased,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools The Coopers ' Company's School

    orig inal Ratcliff Charity . In 1963 there were plans to remove the school to a site in Essex . This account is based largely on Sir W. Foster , Nicholas Gibson and his Free School at Ratcliff (reprinted from

    Burton-upon-Trent Parliamentary representation

    F. Ratcliff , won as a Liberal Uni onist in 1900 , and thereafter Unionists or Con-servatives held the seat, except for a Labour victory in 1945 , until 1997 when the seat was again won by Labour. After Ratcliff

    Stepney Local Government

    Ratcliff , a quarter each to Limehouse and Mile End with Bethnal Green , and an eighth to Poplar , the hamlets presumably being responsible for relieving their own poor; from 1649 Ratcliff 's share was split equally between

    Stepney Charities for the Poor

    alms women. After a fire at Ratcliff the almshouses were rebuilt in 1795 -6, a little farther north and on a similar plan. The central block had a chapel, served from St. James's , Ratcliff , and attended by the

    Stepney Settlement and Building to c. 1700 STEPNEY IN THE MIDDLE AGES : FIELDS AND PLACE-NAMES STEPNEY c. 1550

    the church, but by none in Ratcliff ('Redecleve'). 57 A limited excavation near Ratcliff Cross revealed no settlement before the 15th century. 58 There were 3 tenements owing smokepennies at Forbyst reet, east of Ratcliff ; by 1335 the 'limehostes'

  • * British History Online * *

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    Note on editorial method

    the master's name and, in those rare instances when it differed from the homeport, his domicile; e.g. Richard Cornish of Ratcliff. The full heading is then completed by the port of departure, which is marked off from the preceding item

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 17 October 1653, 17 October 1653-17 October 1653

    Ratcliff's Petition. COLONEL Rous reports from the Committee of Petitions, The humble Petition of Allein Ratcliff : Which was this Day read. Lawson's Estate. Mr. Sadler reports from the Committee for publick Debts, The Case of Mr. John Lawson :


    505, line 30, for "1675" read "1674." " 537, line 9, for "import" read "impost." " 538, line 5, for "Ratcliff" read "Ratcliffe." " 542, line 21, for "Read" read "Reade." " 556, 4 lines from bottom, for "After" read Subscribers-only content

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1613

    Trinity House Thomas Lanthorne, master of the Gift of God of St Andrews in Scotland, and Peter Pynder, ballastman of Ratcliff, on 15 Jan. 1613 entered bonds of 100 to accept the award of William Bygatt, Thomas Milton, Richard Chester

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of Westminster, St Martin in the Fields, Suffolk Street Ward, James Streete

    , Elenor 1.80 9.00 0.00 0.00 Simpson , Catherine 3.20 16.00 0.00 0.00 Lemoate , Nicholas 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 Ratcliff , - (Widow) 1.80 9.00 0.00 0.00 Silvester , - 1.80 9.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: Or tenant. Durance ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATUJRDAY'S LOINDON G&AZETl'TE : h t. ~ : . BAB'KgUPTCY ENLARGED. C. Emery, Brornley-VWod-End, StaFfordnhire, dealer, from Feb. 2 to Mrrch 23. BANK1R'UPTCIES SUPERSEDED. Dover, dealer. J. Tevlor Whirington, Lancaslire, cotton-dealer. - BANKRUPTFS. T lIcyd and ,J. Winter, Bboe.Be., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26, Feb. '23, at one, at Guild- hall. Attorney, Mr. Swauancl NVHite Sweet, 6, Kiug's Bench Walks, Temple. David Mloss, Ratcliff Iighwav, Mliddle-ex, lineu-draper, Jan. 23, Feb. 2, 23, at twelve, at Guildliall. Attor- De,. Mlessrs. Bell and Brodrick, Bow-\ane, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. llodges, Dymocke, Gloucestershiire, dealer. Attorney, Mr. Hurd,rTetmple. G. Chlambers, Roenester, Kent, coach-maker. Attorney, Mr. IarveY, Cursitor-street. J. t,\Tt'rd, Broad-street, Ratcliff, slopseller. Attorney, Mr. Battye, Chancery-iane. G. H1. 1Howard, Manchester, chemist. Attorney, Mr. Hlurd, Temple. J. Crosley, Liverpool, merceiant. Attbic;, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iii POLITICAL EXAMINER. .(} js l~le n of maly for tihe geiu of a few. PoPE. No. 697. ,rE LAE QUEEN OF ENGLAND, HER FUNERAL, &c. retinra to a subjeet, which an accident prevented us n rooeating at lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICUL'I'URAL DIS l'RESSES. WORCESTERSIiIREN MEETING. Q1i the 81h ins. a County Nleeti g took place at the Guifd'iall, ')I cester,-the Hi jSio e liiT in it eCliai r,-whian varius reso- altiens weere ndopYed; and anong thein, one for Reform, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Independence

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan, Ratcliff Highway, London 1779 Porters, Cooper's Row, Tower Hill, London 1780 White Bear, Basinghall Street, London 1781 Saracen's Head, Camomile

    Lodge of Unity

    Number (1863): 183 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Ship Tavern, Ratcliff Cross, London 1769 Vine Tavern, Broad Street, Ratcliff, London 1779 King Henry's Head, Red Lion Street, Whitechapel, London 1782 White Horse Inn, Friday

    Lodge of Amity

    and Bells, Ratcliff Highway, London 1814 Grave Morris, Whitechapel, London 1815 Northumberland Arms, Shadwell Dock, London 1817 Pitt's Head, Broad Street, Ratcliff, London 1821 City of Quebec, St. James's Stairs, Shadwell, London 1823 Duke of Wellington, Brook Street, Ratcliff, London

    Prince Edward's Lodge, again.

    Fleet Street, London 1799 Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, London 1801 Virginia Coffee House, Cornhill, London 1802 Their Hall, Pitt Street, Ratcliff, London 1803 George, Shadwell, London 1805 [Private Room], Minories, London 1805 Bee Hive, East Smithfield, London 1808 Star, Star

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 April 1777, 30 April 1777

    near Langley Bridge, in the Counties of Derby and Nottingham." An Ad for opening Communications between Wap- fing Street and Ratcliff Highiuay, and between Old Grave! Lane and Virginia Street y and for paving cer¬ tain Streets intended to be Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1787, 22 May 1787

    Five of them, to meet on the fame Day, at the fame Place ; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Ratcliff. En- cloture Bill. cc Uttoxeter Enclofure Bill. Ld. Privy Seal. D. Hor/.//.. D. Pi.p7.0zze/. D. PorZ/a/ze/. D. Mazze/zeyZer. D. Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1787, 28 May 1787

    Houfe, That they have agreed to their Lordfhips' Amendments £iade thereto. A Meffage was brought from the Floufe of Commons, Ratcliff. Eo- by Mr. Mee/o-if- and others: «**"« ^^ To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for dividing " Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1810, 4 May 1810

    An Act for " better lighting, watching, cleanfmg, and repairing the " Highways, and otherwife improving the Hamlet of " Ratcliff, in the County of Middlefex ; and for repeal- " ing an Act of the Twenty-ninth Year of His Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1810, 8 May 1810

    the Houfe of Lords. Ratcliff Lighting, &c. Bill: Meflages to H. C. that the Lords have agreed to the Three preceding Bills. Weft Middie- fex Water¬ works Bill : Kilmarnock Hodie 3* vice käa eß Billa, intituled, " An Aft Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    & Places Participant: Charles Beswick [Beswick] Role: appellant Details: male; clerk Employment: rector of Radcliffe Location: Radcliffe (Lancashire) Place(s): Radcliffe (Ratcliff, Ratclife) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Notes: For the transmitted papers from the original cause see also


    Charles Beswick [Beswicke] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment: rector of the parish of Radcliff Location: Radcliffe (Lancashire) Place(s): Radcliffe (Ratcliff) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Roger Walker [Walker] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Radcliffe (Lancashire) Place(s): Radcliffe (Ratcliffe) : ecclesiastical

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Ley, wher in the open sight of the people they were congregated together, and yet though Gods mighty power escaped.Betwyxt Ratcliff, & Redriffe in a shyp, called Iesus shyp twise or thrise they assēbled for feare of the Iewes, hauing


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