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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fordham Introduction Fordham 1879 Eight Ash Green c. 1970

    1843 , and another at the Shoulder of Mutton inn between 1810 and 1831 . 82 Fordham Prosecuting Association was established in 1801 , and survived in 1811 when it met at the Shoulder of Mutton inn. 83 In 1916

    Pawlett Pawlett 1840

    24 The White House remained in business until 1897 and survived as a farmhouse until 1920 or later. 25 The Shoulder of Mutton, in Pawlett village and so called by 1779 , 26 was built probably c . 1658. 27

    Hackney Mare Street and London Fields The south end of Mare Street c . 1830

    the Cat and Mutton (formerly the Shoulder of Mutton) in 1790 marked the end of a row of building along the south side of Mutton Lane on land of William Parker Hamond , whose Shoulder of Mutton field lay to

    Riccall

    Inn, the Hare and Hounds , and the Shoulder of Mutton. 23 In 1842 there were five public houses 24 and in 1851 four , 25 the Gardeners' Arms replacing the Shoulder of Mutton among the names of 1823. Thereafter

    Parishes Datchworth

    the Great Lawne , Foldingshott, Cunden Field, Clubden Field, Rockleys, Collewood or Colewood, Datts or Jacks, Lethmore, Feeks Shott Pitle, Shoulder of Mutton Field, Hitchfield, Rush Grounds Field, and Pakesgrove. 4 MANORS King Edgar , who reigned from 959 to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ivl' e patrdraiarly sai el cate of In was 50 t nnstIS lsrssl lP e ar cr I hslsm non Shoulder, isrts sle jitiStr'. T],ie To rrtlesc stiWt Viti yersure cs aci -izarsoughmrtt fs-nrow ri hsIm rli(h10 t.6 :mo ,mi,., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    return to tile place from whence you came." Thle Captain turned round to his anen, ind gave the word "1 Shoulder arms-to the richit face- march." lie then concluded the military interference was over, but about nine o'clock an officer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two itell approacb, sie then asked for aid, whichl they gave ber, and she was taken to tble Cat arid Shoulder public-ltotse, where she was relieved.-Several witnesses car- roborated a great portion of the Prosecutrix's evidetce, atnd tie I'risorer was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PEILAS, M0ORTIP1ICA-TION, INJUHI-Es of N1E RVES, end of the EXTRE- 'oll'IHlS requiring it~e greeter riperatit' s of amiputatioen at tlot1Hip.Joint, Shoulder Join, &c. with the History of'the Author's, ouceesoful tays of amps.- ration at the Fli Joint. Third Edition, with- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reflection of a small mirror, that, in the manner of the women of the East, each wore beneath her left Shoulder. " There was no music to regulate their steps; bitt, as they gracefully WI Mi Ai tiq W oeReobS Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Old Ballymena: a history of Ballymena during the 1798 rebellion., 1857

    for their lives, and all that was dear to them, beneath a common banner. And they fought right manfully. Shoulder to shoulder they en¬ gaged in a stupendous struggle with a power that sought to trample upon the rights and Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    order which the teaching of Christ has introduced amongst us is entirely Carrying on the Shoulder (from an ancient sculpture Cat lying on the Shoulder , as seen ?iozu in Palestine . reversed. The despised position occupied by women in Subscribers-only content

    Irish Protestants and Home Rule: a lecture delivered in ... Dublin ... 1886., 1887

    admitted into the ranks of the national army. From that day forward the two nations had ceased to exist. Shoulder to shoulder, Catholic and Protestant Irishmen united to demand free trade and a free parliament. In the words of Flood Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    house with a balcony over the entrance; this was torn down about 1831 . At the north-west corner was the Shoulder of Mutton Inn, an extremely low thatched house, and by the side of it, forming part of the entrance Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    was filled with earthenware, offered for sale by travelling dealers from the potteries; these men usually stopped at the " Shoulder of Mutton. " An auc¬ tion for all sorts of odd things was often held near the same place, Subscribers-only content

 

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