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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    1830. From Starling 's Map ( 1831 ) page 19 The South End of Mare Street c . 1830. From Starling 's Map ( 1831 ) " 24 Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell c . 1830. From Starling 's Map

    Willingham Local government

    bill. Cf. above, econ. hist. C.R.O., L 1/189, pp. 106-22. P.R.O., E 134/3 Jas. 1 Mich. /34, dep. of Jas. Starling . C.R.O., R 72/89 (uncat.). Poor Law Abstract, 1804 , 36-7. Ibid. 1818 , 30-1. Poor Law Com .

    Hackney Hackney Village Hackney Village c . 1830

    section. M.L.R. 1816/2 /348; 1821/5 /730. H.A.D., P/J/CW/124, pp. 41 sqq. Starling 's Map ( 1831 ); below, parish church. H.A.D., M 540. Ibid. M 553-4; M 700. Starling 's Map ( 1831 ). H.A.D., P/J/CW/124, pp. 89-120. G.L.R.O., M

    Hackney Shacklewell

    79 have terracotta plaques dated from 1881 to 1886 . Rocque, Map of Lond . ( 1741-5 ), sheet 5; Starling 's Map ( 1831 ). Clarke, Hackney , 247. P.N.Mdx . (E.P.N.S.), 107. P.R.O., PROB 11/8 (P.C.C. 40 Milles).

    Hackney Dalston and Kingsland Road Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell c . 1830

    , 1913). Kingsland green is partly treated under Islington : V.C.H. Mdx . viii. 41-2. Starling 's Map ( 1831 ). Clarke, Hackney , 241. Starling 's Map ( 1831 ). H.A.D., D/F/TYS/1, p. 69. G.L.R.O., MR/TH/34. D.N.B . G.L.R.O.,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Coins.

    of the Penny; other some, of a Bird, called a Star or Starling , stamped in the Circumference; and other (more unlikely) of being coyned at Strivelin or Starling , a Town in Scotland , & c. Now concerning Halfpence

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. St. Botolph Aldgate.

    Fairfax 08 00 00 Mr. Rumbald 02 10 00 Mr. Startup Jackson and his Widow 06 00 00 Sir Samuel Starling 05 00 00 Other gifts and Bequests to that part of the Parish that lieth in the Liberty of

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    of the Communion. Memorandum, Sir William Turner fined for Alderman before Alderman Starling , who held Sheriff the Year before him. But Turner was Maior the Year before Starling , his Seniority of Alderman being reckoned according to his fining.

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. Monuments in S. Peters.

    of S. Peters Cornhill , An. 1462 . ] Also, Peter Mason , Taylor, gave to this Church seven Pound Starling yeerly for ever, out of his Tenements in Colechurch Parish, and deceased about the Yeere, 1416 . Joane Clerke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lh js and7 Io seaonmtrri, ''id rarried into diiferent ports tif Nor ia). a lit otilwarn~-li; ind tmnyfy, under the Starling and the iAggresscor, nolw *,fe hcre, Bave been itrengttueetl iiy the Scalela" d B; vet5 T 'eic t. left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of certain stock, in the name of John Penn, which ]had been given by the prisoner to a person named Starling. Jolln Penn was entirely a fictitious personage, created by the prisoner for the purpose of this fraud; for it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    profession to public ridicule. The ns plus ultra in this way, however, is supplied by Powete, ill the character of Starling, the tragedian. It is uiseless to affect ignorance ; all. the world recog- nised therein the fUibles and eccentricities Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . BANKRUPTCY.LNLA4rGED , J. Voolcock, Truro,, from aAug. 1 . to Ag. l-,- . : . Ba RUPTS. J, Starling, jun. King's Lynn, dealer in 1sa,. [Clowes, KingsBench walk. J. Brooks, Seymour street, Pancras, bill-broker. [Walker, autton garden. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Gritton, Bankside, iron-merchants. [Kearsey and Hughes, Lothbury. B. Breeds, Hastings, merchant. [Heatbcoto, Coleman street. E. Tutt, Marylebone lane, oilman. [Starling, Leicester square. W. M'Raith & D. M'Coig, Windmill street, tailors. [Bailey, Berners st. M. A. Morrison, Bath, milliner. [Williams Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STARLING, John, of Ipswich, Suff.

    STARLING, John, of Ipswich, Suff. Constituency Dates Ipswich 1402 Ipswich 1406 Ipswich 1411 Ipswich May 1413 Ofifces Held Collector of customs and subsidies, Ipswich 10 Oct. 1399-16 Aug. 1402, 14 Oct. 1403-May 1406, 24 July 1408-1 Nov. 1409, Great

    STARLING, Geoffrey, of Ipswich, Suff.

    to return one of its officials, the latter seems more likely. (Indeed, Starling junior is known to have made returns recording his own election to seven other Parliaments.)[footnote] Starling senior was a shipowner, whose vessel La Magdaleyne had been used

    ANDREW, Robert I, of Stoke near Ipswich, Suff.

    1397 and 1401, on the first of these occasions acting as pledge to Geoffrey Starling, his fellow parliamentary burgess in 1391, and it was also for Starling that he witnessed a conveyance of land completed in October 1397.[footnote]Robert Andrew appears

    MARTIN, James (1738-1810), of Overbury, Worcs. and 68 Lombard Street, London.

    MARTIN, James (1738-1810), of Overbury, Worcs. and 68 Lombard Street, London. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 8 Apr. 1776 121807 Biography ‘Starling’ Martin-so called after his celebrated denunciation of the Coalition in 1783-was head of the family bank in London and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 April 1698, 13 April 1698

    Heir to her faid Mother." Upon reading the feveral Petitions öf John Knott, Knott & al, Samuel Starimg, and Joßph Starling; praying to be '¦$*£¦* heard, before the palling of the Bill, intituled, " An " Aft for veiling in Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1698, 16 April 1698

    pealed, fhall be, and is hereby, affirmed. Upon reading the Petition of Samuel Starling Junior Starling - an Infant about the Age of Four Years, by Samuel^^^ Starling Efquire his Father and next Friend; praying, Bill. " That he may Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1698, 13 March 1699

    Suffolke, " Advice, " Bonadventure, " Deptford, " King'sfijher, " Blaß, " Comet, " Portfmouth, 11 Difpatcb, " Britannia, " Starling Cafile, " Expedition, t% Eagle, •• Oxford, " Fowey, Royall Katherine, " Royall Oake, " Edgar, " Reflauration, " Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1702, 24 February 1703

    310 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. J. 170-. es «i «I <( a U 61 " There has been a Spirit of Moderation eminently *• confpicuous in the whole Progrefs of our Legiiiation, •« with relation to that Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1704, 27 March 1704

    are many Cafes of the fame Nature, which have been determined upon this Ground. In the Cafe between Turner and Starling, 24 Car. II. in Com. Ban. and afterwards in Ban. Reg. the Plaintiff Turner, amongft others, flood to be Subscribers-only content


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