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  • * Victoria County History *

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

    of Essex Street , south of the Triangle , in 1936 . 68 Victims of bomb damage included churches, the north-west corner of St. Thomas 's Square, Georgian houses (nos. 107-9) at the Triangle , and Mentmore Terrace . 69

    Townships Hammerwich HAMMERWICH 1987

    20th century houses were built along Triangle Road , which was renamed Highfields Road . Building continued there in the years between the two W orld Wars, and council houses were built at Triangle in 1938 . 52 The area

    Hackney Roman Catholicism

    Street. Spaniard John Lecuona was missionary priest when ch. built on N. side of King Edward 's Rd. near the Triangle at rd.'s junction with Mare Street . 35 Attendance 1851: 300 a.m., 150 evg.; 36 1886: 191 a.m., 175

    Hornsey , including Highgate Other estates

    in 1487 from the parents of Henry Marshall , butcher of London (d. 1480), property which may have been the Triangle estate; 37 and at an unknown date Crouch End croft, late of Henry Quarles . 38 Horne 's lands

    West Ham Philanthropic institutions

    building was badly damaged by bombing during the Second World War and was finally closed in 1959 . 55 Red Triangle club, Greengate Street , Plaistow , was opened in 1921 at a cost of about £100,000. 56 It included

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/027/007/002

    over the moral revenues, & suppose that propositions in them were capable of the same sort of demonstration as we have that the 3 angles of a Triangle are equal to 2 right ones. before Luke was born. [VI ]

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 3, page 297 (1563)

    thys I sayde to thys ende and purpose, that lyke as I hadde put example in the descryption of the Triangle or fourme, that the diuyne essence consysted in three differences and euery of them. That is to saye, the

    K. Henry. 5. M. Hierome of Prage. The councell of Constance.

    doe affirme, and likewise others. For the teaching hereof by a playne example I described as it were a certayne triangle, forme or figure, the which I called the shield of fayth.Therfore vtterly to exclude and take away the erronious

    K. Henry.5. M. Hierome of Prage. The Councell of Constaunce.

    do affirme, & likewise others. For the teachyng hereof by a plaine example I described as it were a certaine triangle, forme or figure, the which I called the shield of faith.Therfore vtterly to exclude and take away the erronious

    K. Hen. 5. The forced abiuration of M. Hier. of Prage. New articles forged against M. Hier.

    do affirme, and likewise others. For the teaching hereof by a playne example I described as it were a certayne triangle, forme or figure, the which I cald the shield of fayth.Therfore vtterly to exclude and take away the erroneous

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4; Bassoons, 4; Trumpets, 2; Horns, 4; Trombones; 3; Ophicleide, 1; Contrafaggotto, 1 ; Double Drum,; I; Side Drum, 1; Triangle, 1; Bass Drum, 1; Telyn- an, 2; y cyfan yn 141 o offerynau, yn nwylaw y gwyr mwyaf medrus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no longer a troishlesonie operation, as may readily he done withoutc wood or paper, by using one of f Taylor's Triangle Fire Lightere, which mnake no dirt, ahave no unpleassant smnell, are cheaper end less troublesomne thann . usingdrewcood. Send Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no longer a troublesome operation, as it mazy readly, be done withont wood or paper, by usng ons of Taylors Triangle Firo Lightoers, which make no dirt, hsve no unpleapant fsmeli s heaper and less troublsome than usg eood. Senld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FT TL7-,D k:L tO.M0RROW, AUGUST 6, will ho perforneid WA-yS TiMEANS; with the CORONATION. AN1 iOn TUESDAY, THE POINTVOF HONOUR; with the ('OR On WEDNESDAY THHE JEW; with the CORONATION 40NAlQ1 On THURSDAY, A CHEQUE ON MY- BANKER; With Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - LAWT V ASSIZES. I6eriford, Aeugmstsf. V.~t~ GAM~S~tCL4n- Ott against Ilie Rev. Armiit ted a Maatstra&, for , r af Ant"ey to be appre,,jq ;d cOnt e d itin iron maqts Ileu '*eal4"or unlawfully-i laidile plaintiff's Czea flufz w7aS Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Mtilikwe 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 Triangle , Southern Rhodesia 1964Triangle , Zimbabwe 1980 Masonic Temple , Triangle, Zimbabwe 1996

 

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