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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a forgery. "WILLIAM MORGAN O flAVE bought bypi'blicauetion ofthie trrustees of tbe : 1:state of Blessrs. James Toy & Son, Soho Works, Bir'ringhama verylargerquantity,.of Iron Bedteads, *whic e're n selling mrmarkably cheap. Stro Folding Ne1 - r 6j e. d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Y SWYDDFA YMF.UDOL. GYMREIG. AT -YMFUDW Eh - - fIA&N eau bod bellach yp y business - > er's PFymtbeg- .-Mlynedd, ic yn Bookio-i-bob Gwlad am y Prisoqdd isciaf.yLiverpool, a'nlbod wedi tyw~ yL ezimkei flynyddoedd, gan hyny aae genym Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    asi gyhoeU. a a2goeth y Gym ith,,;. s. fc. W ILt..: ,fe by, 6j f iie o TE. ganeTy Aid. Soho lorS, ;i~t) 'Briin Bn'ddui syn N~aghylhV$l Uanit?,f.rnd LiBen-,,o~ .do ificOherddzeoroIfsemabllin Doly ddelein, ,gtw 4'etycod cYbtt.?i g ¶T4Y b,; ght1' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :'yd:.,igoL Am wnegO"fanylog yrybyalepi- AkVE bought -by' blidicaution 6f the trustees of tb. I. Estate of Messrs.'Jaies' Toy & Son; Soho Works, Birmingham, a very largeiq<antity of Iron Bedsteads which they ere now selling remarkably cheap. Strng olingfldstad : ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bea Iroat ,uerioeiti i AVE bought by plblic auction ofthe trustees of tb. I Estate of MeL' f i &$S6on, Soho Works, O irmiegi aym, a ergyqeaaudty ofiroo. ,BedStea . vlh 9 he. 3rewstow elling <earkab y ;.h4. .r. f Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Clock and watch-making

    French Protestant refugees who settled in Soho towards the close of the 17th century were the Debaufres, a family of very skilful French watchmakers. Peter Debaufre, who was in business in Church Street , Soho , from 1686 to 1720

    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1500-1880

    57 as land in the town became more built up. Many of the Soho products were, in fact, also made in places like Bilston and Walsall . Soho produced goods of high quality. Plated wares made there looked like solid

    Burton-upon-Trent Monastic precinct

    buildings were known as the Soho by 1823 . 3 Burton corporation acquired the site in 1921 4 and used it for new premises of Burton technical college, opened in 1955 ; part of the Soho warehouse was retained when

    The ancient parish of Barking Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    announced that he would be there next Sunday, but by then he was dead and buried. John Childs , a Soho shoemaker who had regularly preached at Barking , sent six of his workmen to live and preach there, two

    List of illustrations

    Drawn by M. Edwards from an early-20th-century survey by E. F. Reynolds lent by Mr. S. T. Walker " 61 Soho Works, c . 1781. " Vue des Magazines & c. & c. appartenants à la Manufacture de Boulton &

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Loge des Amis Reunis

    (1781): 0 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 Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1774

    Loge L'Egalite

    [No. 254 of 14 December 1754], in 1793. Meeting Places Coach and Horses, Frith Street, Soho, London 1785 King's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1787 King's Arms, Grafton Street, Soho, London 1790 Coach and Horses, Frith Street, Soho, London 1791

    Loge L'Esperance

    1754], in 1799. Meeting Places Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1768 King's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1770 Turk's Head, Gerrard Street, Soho, London 1777 King's Arms, Grafton Street, Soho, London 1778 Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, London

    no name is given

    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 Swan and Hoop, Cornhill, London 1770 Bunch of Grapes, King Street, Soho, London 1771

    no name is given

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): United with King's Arms Lodge, No. 38 [No. 43, of25 May 1725], on 24 June 1742, and surrendered Warrant. Meeting Places Dale's Coffee House, Warwick Street, London 1732 Turk's Head, Greek Street, Soho, London 1736

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 January 1685-31 December 1688

    889. Indian tribes , which see , Assateagues. Chopticoes. Cowetaws. Illinois. Iroquois. Kusectaws. Maquas. Onandagas. Ottawas. Pocomokes. Sapeckay. Sapella. Senecas. Soho. Timechoes. Yamasees. Ingelo , Richard, clerk of Council, Pennsylvania, document signed by, 204. Ingham , Stephen, 370. Innes ,

    Index, O, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    -, Carpenters Yard, North Scotland Yard, 405. -, lotterie s. See Lotteries. -, Palace Yard. See Palace Yard. -, Soho. See Soho. -, Spring Gardens, 371. See Spring Gardens. -, Stable Yard, Spring Garden, 625. -, Street, St. Giles. See

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 16 February 1698, 16 February 1698-16 February 1698

    Estimation, Five Acres and an Half, and were since more lately called or known by the Name or Names of Soho , or Soho-fields , in the said County; which Premises are now laid out into Streets, and other Places,

    James II - volume 3, November 1687, 01 November 1687-30 November 1687

    for a like market to be held on a piece of ground belonging to the petitioner, called Old Soho situate between Soho Square and Golden Square. At the side: November 14. Reference of the foregoing petition to the Lord Chancellor. Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, January 1698, 1-15, 03 January 1698-15 January 1698

    more lately called by the name of Soho or Soho Fields, which premises are now laid out into streets with many tenements thereon and distinguished by the names following viz. King's Square alias Soho Square, Greek Street, Church Street, Moore

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 February 1727, 29 February 1728

    late Duke of Portland, to make &quot; Let/es of certain Houfes, Grounds, and Tenements, &quot; in Soho, during the Minority of the faid Lord George, •« for making Provifion for his Maintenance; and for ** other Purpofes therein mentioned.&quot; Dominus Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1727, 19 March 1728

    Second &quot; Son of Henry late Duke of Portland, to make Leaies &quot; of certain Houfes, Grounds, and Tenements, in Soho, &quot; during the Minority of the faid Lord George, for mak- &quot; ing Provifion for his Maintenance ; and Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1727, 20 March 1728

    Second Son of Henry late Duke of Portland, to make &quot; Leafes of certain Houfes, Grounds, and Tenements, &quot; in Soho, during the Minority of the faid Lord George, &quot; for making Provifion for his Maintenance; and for &quot; other Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1728, 8 April 1728

    Bentinck, Second Son of Henry late Duke of Portland, to make Leafes &quot; of certain Houfes, Grounds, and Tenements, in Soho, &quot; during the Minority of the faid Lord George, for &quot; making Provifion for his Maintenance; and for other Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1728, 17 April 1728

    enable the Guardians of the Lord George &quot; Bentincke, Second Son of Henry late Duke of Port- 11 land, to make Leafes of certain Houfes, Grounds, and 11 Tenements, in Soho, during the Minority of the faid 2 &quot; Lord Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Theater, Playbills] ^imH > m en? >x ^ 1 as e» ¦ ? ^1 ¦ i '•<jt|<^s *j^ii laj 'pcgugof •§ 'j^ 'riouejed^jd m sj xxax s.xaod? v/ >^o(/ KoixTiMasaudi»H uoj[ aaxciYaY IS' ^ ir o 3 •uomuiidojd (o Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Theater, Playbills] ^heatre MHoyal^ MMrurp M^ane. This Evenine WEDNESDAY, Feb. 15tb, 1843. Her Majesty *s Servants will perform (2ndl time) A NEW TRAGIC PLAY IM THRBB: acts, calleU 4 BLOT IN THE » SCUTCHIiON. .-¦If. Tliorold, Lord Tre^ham,? Henry, Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Theater, Playbills] 7 .^8) mmm ^siay OMI u! ^vuxwo 0111109 AkSAi ir ^ p^onpojd aq ufAv AXa^f JLVaXOMgO ^ •}x;^u Xnps9nj^ uo ^^sanb^J [v.a^u^S Aq ^p9=:^uadr?.i oq t|iAV? |i ^aou9ipni3 p;^pA\o.M I? luo.ir 9sniMddT? is9)i>ai.S ^m uiiav i)oAi909d uaaq Subscribers-only content

    Why wear an ill-fitting hat?

    (Henry Heath, Hat Manufacturer) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Hats, Hatters, Advertisements, hats, hatter] X Z PO X ? > &> n> ¦n -I Q. i? (0 TO? O -s =5 gPO o o ? : < ¦5^ (D 0)a n> Subscribers-only content

    Henry Heath, Hat Manufacturer

    employing upwards of seventy persons, was established in the reign of King George the Fourtht T» P. A CO., IMP., SOHO. J €0 CD? CO o X "n? O O CO -I m <re» I fQ 2.? 3* on C/3 Subscribers-only content

 

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