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You searched for: Place: "Adelphi" "Adelphi", Source type: Local Records

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  • * British History Online *

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    The Metropolitan Parliamentary Reform Association

    the Committee , Office, 9, John Street, Adelphi , 15 th April , 1842 P. A. Taylor, Chairman J. Roberts Black, Secretary 129 . [Add. Ms. 27810, f. 28 ] 9 John Street, Adelphi May 7th 1842 Sir, The subjoined

    Papers, 1830-1

    effect in destroying unanimity the word was echoed from many persons in the room, the mad man Pitt of the Adelphi, who had been averse from the beginning to the resolutions, had spoken against them but with no effect, vociferated

    Papers, 1841-2

    made useful. F.P. 126 . [Add. Ms. 27810, f. 25 ] Metropolitan Parliamentary Reform Association, Office, No 9 John Street, Adelphi, London, Sir, 1842 We take the liberty to enclose a prospectus and an address by which you will perceive

    Committees for Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, Minutes, 1788-9 (nos 61-99)

    be in London will be very acceptable to this committee, they be elected members thereof: William Russell Esquire, Bates Hotel, Adelphi or Birmingham; Thomas Butterworth Bayley Esquire, Hope near Manchester; Anthony Chapman Esquire, High Sheriff, Dorset; Samuel Shore Esquire, Maresbrook

    Notes, Volume 2, pp.1-100

    built by Antony Bek ( d . 1310), Bishop of Durham. (Pennant, London , 192.) The site is the present Adelphi. l. 14. triumphant Iusting . See the Challenge and note of open house kept from April 30 to May

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN GARDNER, Theft, 16/04/1806

    - A. Yes; John Beck and James Allan are seedsmen , living in the Strand, their warehouse is in the Adelphi ; the prisoner was their weekly porter . Q. Had he applied to you in the course of the

    WILLIAM HENLEY, Theft, 15/02/1809

    5 s. the property of John Bedford . JOHN BEDFORD . I am a groom to Mr. MacNamara, in the Adelphi . Q. Did you lose a pair of overalls - A. Yes, on the 4th of February; they were

    WILLIAM GROVES, WILLIAM THOMS, Theft, Theft, 21/04/1819

    a labourer. On the 27th of February, between five and six o'clock in the morning, I was going down the Adelphi , looking for a job, and saw Groves go into the prosecutors' warehouse, and bring out a sack of

    WILLIAM SMART JOHNSON, Theft, 07/12/1826

    BROWN. I am a carman . On the 28th of November, I lost these things from my stable in the Adelphi ; I had seen them safe at half-past eight o'clock that day; the stable was locked - the back

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