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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stepney Roman Catholicism to c. 1700

    Spitalfields or with Irish immigration into the riverside hamlets in the 1630s . 67 Recusants in 1678 included 30 from Spitalfields , 15 from Bethnal Green , and 9 from Wapping-Stepney . 68 In 1680 35 were listed for

    Industries Silk-weaving

    appear to have settled in Spitalfields and Bethnal Green , which were at that time mere country hamlets. A great body of the refugees of 1685 occupied a large district which is usually called Spitalfields , but which includes also

    Stepney Protestant Nonconformity to 1689

    96 Convictions in 1683 for meetings in Stepney , Spitalfields , and Bethnal Green , 97 were followed by others until 1686 for conventicles in private houses, mainly in the Spitalfields area. 98 In 1686 20 out of 70 such

    Bethnal Green Settlement and Building to 1836 Bethnal Green and Dog Row in 1703

    Park 17 and a Roman coffin from New Corfield Street (formerly Camden Gardens ), probably part of a cemetery at Spitalfields . 18 Saxon beads from Brick Lane may have been associated with a settlement in Whitechapel . 19 The

    Bethnal Green Judaism

    round the green. Jews of a lower class, both Sephardi and Ashkenazi, moved into the areas bordering Mile End and Spitalfields . In 1761 the Ashkenazi New Synagogue acquired a burial ground west of Ducking Pond Lane, on the boundary

  • * British History Online * *

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    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1727

    drain under Surveyors' directions. 453 . [p. 401 ] 20 Feb. 1726/27 1. Read petition from churchwardens, etc, o f Spitalfields, setting forth things unfinished in church, particularly spire and portico. Hawksmoor to direct proper workmen to finish these speedily.

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1714

    care that after foundation of Spitalfields new church is laid, a drain be made to carry off water into main sewer. 9. Resolved that there be two tiers of galleries in new church in Spitalfields. 92 . [p. 177 ]

    George III, July 1771, 01 July 1771-31 July 1771

    made in Shoreditch, Spitalfields, and the neighbourhood for this Mr. Johnston, but could find no such person. As to the nonresidence of magistrates, he said, the late commission abounded with respectable persons, several of whom resided in Spitalfields and other Subscribers-only content

    George III, December 1769, 01 December 1769-31 December 1769

    No. 22 a to m. 1382. Disturbances among the Weavers in Spitalfields. Letters and papers relative to the proceedings of the "dreadful banditti, called cutters of the looms, in Spitalfields" (23 a), and the steps taken by the magistrates and Subscribers-only content

    Bethnal Green

    the metropolis, and reaches almost to Spitalfields. It is bounded on the north by Hackney; on the east by Stratford-Bow; on the west by St. Leonard's, Shoreditch; and on the south by Christ-church, Spitalfields, and Mile End New Town, a

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Loge Parfaite Egalite Lyonnese

    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 Three Old Tongues, Pearl Street, Spitalfields, London 1774

    no name is given

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 10 Lodge Number (A2): A Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Duke's Head, Winfield Street, Spitalfields, London 1752

    no name is given

    London 1732 Clothworkers' Arms, Upper Moorfields, London 1735 Salmon & Bell, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, London 1738 Crown Coffee House, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, London 1739 Crown Coffee House, Crispin Street, Spitalfields, London 1746 Ben Jonson's Head, Pelham Street, Spitalfields, London 1748

    City Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Whitechapel Court House, Whitechapel, London 1737 Three Tuns, Spitalfields, London 1739 Black Swan, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, London 1776 Queen's Head, Paternoster Row, London 1788 Ship Tavern, Leadenhall Street, London 1792

    Kent Lodge

    Crown, Booth Street, Spitalfields, London 1793 Three Jolly Weavers, Spitalfields, London 1798 Coach & Horses, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, London 1799 Phoenix, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, London 1799 Castle, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, London 1802 Grey Eagle, Eagle Street, Spitalfields, London 1802 Golden

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Urdd Demlyddoa yn'-y wlad hong d t dydd 1I- blaeaorol -cynhelid cyfarfod It',a chyfarfod cyhotdiius Y. yn y Bedford- Institute, Spitalfields, yr. hn.& oaiTan. .' wyd o w*andawyr Yr oedd .ifer, far a ewogna d dirwestcoyn, brsndoradhbono sc reri&sWf Sh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Morgan, Sunny Bank, Canton, Caerdydd. BoBIErS-HEyOaD.-Ar y 30ain cynfisol, yn hen egIwys Hackneyj John Roberts (loan Lly'n), Eagle Mills, Spitalfields, Ag Alice Maaude, unig fereh y di- weddar Henry Charles Hefford, o Feltham Cottage, ger Frome, Gwlad yr HIU. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found starving and co- S'ered with vermin in ditches, and of the hundreds of children that hlavebsen cut offfor wantin Spitalfields and othler places; bosides the fainiie- th at have been utterly ruilned bw tlke sallclviir li up of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c, anO' Abbot I, Nsew-intn, B3. Wetioi.. Mauchester, tailor. Attornies, Mcssrs. Hurd, Sleaw, and Johnson, Tern le. S. Doirsolt, Stewart-street, Spitalfields, silkvman. Attornies, -M1esu Sweet and Sto~kes, Bi;sioaehsll-street. D. 11. Lii',elilal, Li"erpool, merchewt. Attorney, Mr. Windle, lled~rrl n' - 'T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The vitlains drove the poor beasts about till they be- came in a state of tmldne~s. They drove towards Hare-streer, 'Spitalfields, on entering i8 hich, one of the animals rslhetd into the. warehotuse of Messrs 1,Roscier and Jeeqees, dyers, blinx Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 April 1782, 30 April 1782

    and others: g"'ngs &c~ With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for making a Paf- " fage for Carriages from Spitalfields to Bifhopfgate Street, Ci in the County of Middlefex, and for paving the fame ; " and for appropriating Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1782, 2 May 1782

    moiled. i Hodie 2a vice leffa efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " making a Psflage for Carriages from Spitalfields to " Bifhbpfmte Street, in the County of Middle/ex : and cc r • u r i r • Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1811, 21 May 1811

    Brown's Members of the Diffenting Congregation under the ^"e> Spiui Paftoral Care of The Reverend Samuel Lyndall, Brown's '' Lane, Spitalfields, in the County of Middlefex, whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed: Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Proteftant London: Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1814, 9 June 1814

    agreed to their Lordfhips Amendments made thereto. Upon reading the Petition of the Rector, Church- Corn Lairs, wardens, Overfeers of the Poor, and other Inhabitants ' etitkms re- of the Parifh of Chriß Church, Spitalfields, in the County til of Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1814, 29 June 1814

    of Eafl Grinftead, and its Vicinity, whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed : Spitalfields: Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parifh of Chriß Church, Spitalfields, of the Liberty of Norton Falgate, in the County of Middlefex, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 13th June 1851

    brocade, on an orange ground with a little green in it, the manufacture of which did the greatest honour to Spitalfields . The court hose were of crimson velvet, & the stockings grey. The silver embroidery of the sleeves &

    Thursday 1st June 1837

    floored over, the orchestra being placed on the stage & the whole House was tastefully decorated with silk made at Spitalfields . We sat in the Royal Box, in the centre of the House, with Aunt Augusta, all the Queen's

    Thursday 1st June 1837

    the orchestra was placed on the stage, and the whole house was elegantly and tastefully decorated with silk made at Spitalfields . The pit tier of boxes was shut up, as the pit floor was considerably raised. The royal box,

    Thursday 29th May 1851

    the Transept. We examined all the paintings of the English & other schools, & then all the textiles, - beautiful Spitalfields & other silks, shawls stuffs, &c from Scotland . Then went to a part in the Transept, devoted to

 

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