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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Modern York The City after 1939

    the development of the Hungate area, the slums of which had been clear ed before 1939. A new road, The Stonebow , deriving its name from that of an ancient lane in the area, was constructed there and commercial premises

    Parishes Stoulton

    barley, turnips and fruit. The ground varies in height from 79 ft. above the ordnance datum in the south-east near Stonebow Bridge to about 200 ft. on the borders of White Ladies Aston in the north. The parish is watered

    Parishes Peopleton

    Barrel Bridge is about half a mile north of the mill, and at the same distance to the south is Stonebow Bridge . Norchard House , Peopleton The parish is 1,539 acres in extent, 970 acres in 1905 being arable

    The sites and remains of the religious houses Diagram to show the sites of St. Mary 's Abbey and St. Leonard 's Hospital.

    the site. 4 In 1295 the friars were granted a tenement in Stonebow Lane (lost in the present Stonebow ) as a permanent site; this property extended from Stonebow Lane on the north to the river on the south, and

    Charities

    rent-charge of 4 s . 2 d . was imposed on a house in 'Staynebow' (lost but near the modern Stonebow ). Further acquisitions of lands in Coney Street were made by Talkan's charity ( c . 1400), Smyth's charity

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bnckthorpe's Ossory IL Mr. Hale's Happy Fun beat 3Mr. Graves's Gay Shepherd Mr. Wilson ns Rhoda best Mr. Quince ns Stonebow Mr. Graves's George Ridley beat Mr. Arbefs Baonge Roy The CarrParn2L STaus, for 31 All-ages, at £4. Ila each- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeared to like him the better for it." Coincus-Anzonsar TESTIMONIAL IN FAVOUR OF Dn. Lococl's PuLarOxaC WArnias.-From Mr. Loder, 224 Stonebow, Lincoln-'Fromn my own experience as a large dealer in medicines, I can safely say that your Wafers never fail Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    health. Von 4s quite weleome to pub laob this. reanlustly "1 re(sn ronrt EMp "To 5lesM. Battle, Son. and Maltby, Stonebow, mie gll " Yu bottles hlid., 2. O&. andie I& 8 ah fABOdd9 ObonhltaGreat Hzpet tet Blmnbteb of~n9 S~oapg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ae quite welcoens to pui Iiib thin. " I remian entire truly T o ble.'re. B>attle, Ben, and BhAltbg, Stonebow. Linoln." In tsotltee lijd., 2ls. 93 anEG 4. ltd eaeh oi Snare andPoas, Cli emitie.o Grezatt Hampton ~trt. Birmingham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'cloek was note h it too early forea commencement to be made. PuoctoaUly to time, dyve came out for the Stonebow Hurdle ]Plato, aend a, favourite was soon found in Moorhen; who ran well In lisa Hurdle Rhese on the Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    For the benefit of Miss Fanny Ayton, and the last night of her engagement

    learned Anatomists of the day, will perform his astonishing Feats, wonderful Postures, Equilibriums,? Evolutions, Attitudes, &c. E. B, Drury, Printer, Stonebow, Lincoln. THEATRE, LINCOLN. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MISS FANNY AYTON, And the Last Night of her Engagement. The celebrity Subscribers-only content

    Second night of Signor Mortini

    (Second night of Signor Mortini) [Theater, Playbills] THEATRE, LINCOLN. SECOND NIGHT OF The Man Monkey. I ia(©ii®iH M©iBi*nNa The spirit and confidence with which SIGNOR MORTINI performs HIS TRICKS, LEAPS,? ESCAPES FROM HIS PURSUERS, ETC., Keep the spectator in Subscribers-only content

    The second race night

    (The second race night) [Theater, Playbills] pi? w ? ?-. i§ O 3pi a • Si s ? o (0 Q ? H ? >i H ? M n ¦^.-•^^^ iiij? lill = *» - illl -a S *-•? Subscribers-only content

    Tickets will be sold this evening by Mr. Ellis, of the orchestra, and Mr. Jewson, Stage-keeper

    and Mr. ABRAHAM STANNARD, Leader of the? Orchestra, the new Tragedy of BIENZZ^ with other Entertainments. E. B, Drury, Printer, Stonebow, Liocoln. THEATRE, LINCOLN. Tickets will be Sold this Evening by Mr. ELLIS, of the Orchestra, and Mr. JEWSON, Stagekeeper.? Subscribers-only content

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