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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornsey , including Highgate Communications HORNSEY IN 1815

    Story of Hornsey , 38. Ibid. 37; Grinling, G.N.R . 455. Hist. Lond. Transport , i. 130-1, 349. Finsbury Pk. Weathercock , 26 Jan., 27 Apr. 1877 . V.C.H. Mdx . v. 312. C. E. Lee , 60 Yrs. of

    Hornsey , including Highgate Economic history

    Potter Colln. 10/25. Ibid. 8/127. M.R.O., D.R.O. 20/E5/4/5. Potter Colln. 10/25. Hornsey Hornet , 15 Jan. 1867 . Finsbury Pk. Weathercock , 13 July 1877 ; Hornsey & Finsbury Pk. Jnl . 28 July 1881 . Muswell Hill Advertiser ,

    Hornsey , including Highgate Social and cultural activities

    in 1880 and was soon renamed the North London Advertiser , which survived until 1884. Other short-lived newspapers included the Weathercock of Finsbury Park , covering much of south-eastern Hornsey as well as Islington , in 1876 -7; the Hornsey

    Hornsey , including Highgate Churches

    W. G. Lewis , St. John Brownswood Pk . 1874-1974 (jubilee booklet). See also illus. facing p. 193. Finsbury Pk. Weathercock , 29 June 1877 , 13 July 1877 . Mudie-Smith, Rel. Life , 407. T.L.M.A.S . xviii(2), no. 126;

    Hornsey , including Highgate Growth from the mid 19th century HORNSEY

    10/ 1335 . M.R.O., Acc. 237/2. Bruce Castle Mus ., O/H/1/1, p. 136. R.G. 10/ 1335 . Ibid. Finsbury Pk. Weathercock , 2 Feb. 1877 ; see also ibid. 15 Feb., 16 Oct. 1876 . Ibid. 15 Feb. 1876 ;

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 2 [Present State.] Cordwainers Street Ward.

    with arched Work, with a curious Lanthorn; above which, at a great height, on a Pyramid (which serveth for a Weathercock or Vane,) is a Dragon standing on a Ball, both gilt; and from the Steeple hangs a fine Dial

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1jAYM1AfKET.-To morrb6v, Fontainbleaut. Of Age Tomorrow. I And The Hunter of the Alps.-Tnesday, The Dnenna. My Grandmother. And The Weathercock.-Wednesday, Love in a Village. A Roland for an Oliver. And Raising the Wind.-Thursday, Paul Pry. With other Entertain. ments.-Friddy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    And The Guerilla Chief.-Tuesday, The Lord of the Manor. Witha Roland for an Oliver. And X.Y.Z.-Wednesday, Lovers Vows. With the Weathercock. And the Guerilla Chief.-Thursday, A New Opera.-Friday William Tell. And Der Freischutz.-Satotrday, An Opera. And other Enter: tainments. RujNs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    corn, containing 842 grains! " MR J. EANrtesrEn.-The Clironicle, speaking of this admirable actor's performance of Tristram Fickle, in the Weathercock, savs, " We never sh1tall forget the energetic vivacity of Bannister; how he bounded about the stags, despite of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tonoon. THEATRE ROYAL, COVPNT GARDEN. Toosoaaoiv-ThE GAMESTER. TEDDY the TILER. And ROBERT the DEVIL. TuesDAY-Rorneo and Juliet. Matrimony. And The Weathercock. WEDNsss.r-The Merchant of Ventice. The Lady and the Devil. And The Waterman. THURsDAr-lsabella. FRIDAY-The Provoked Husband. THE FUNDS, SATuRIDAY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wns-?- A Fare in Two Actot ' By JOHN TILL ALLINGHAM, Author- of "Fortune's Frolic," "Mrs Wiggins," and " The Weathercock." With Remarks by D. G. To ,hich are prefixed, Strictures on the Modern Art and'. Mystery of Dramatic Authorship; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of subjects and places

    370, 438, 514, 522; copper spout, 517; seats in, 460 1, 516 7, 520; council seat in, 520; steeple, 514; weathercock on steeple, 491; bell, 512, 514; steeple door, 513; session house in, 281; ministers of, 2, 4, 53; reader

    General Index, W, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    in, where buildings were licensed or requested to be licensed for Nonconformist services, or where Nonconformist ministers resided: Broadway, Bromsgrove, Weathercock or Weatherock Hill Worden , Thomas, Congregational, licence requested for Workington , list of men pressed at Worksop , Subscribers-only content


    Newton Toney. WORCESTERSHIRE. Presbyterian. Bewdley; Bromsgrove; Eastham: Hagley; Honeybourne; Kidderminster; King's Norton; Old Swinford; Oldbury, Halesowen; Stambridge (? Stourbridge); Suckley; Weathercock or Weatherock Hill; Withall; Worcester. Congregational. Birlington; Broadway; Bromsgroove; Evesham; Ombersley; Worcester. Baptist. Kyrewood. Undefined. Cropthorn; Dudley. Presbyterian. Meeting-house, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CURTIS, William (1752-1829), of Culland's Grove, Southgate, Mdx.

    CURTIS, William (1752-1829), of Culland's Grove, Southgate, Mdx. Constituency Dates London 1790 151818 Bletchingley 13 Feb 1819 151820 London 1820 151826 Hastings 1826 Dec. 1826 Ofifces Held Alderman, London 1785-d. (Father of the City 1821-d.); sheriff 1788-9, ld. mayor


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