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You searched for: Place: "Anchor" "Anchor", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Abbess Roding Nonconformity

    the church stood the Sunday school. 83 Anchor House , which appears to have become a public house in the 19th century (see above) retained its licence until about 1910. 84 The iron anchor which served as an inn sign

    Parishes Elvetham

    of this parish receive the rents and profits of a house at Cove in Yateley , known as ' The Anchor ,' with 7 acres or thereabouts adjoining, derived under the will of Sir Robert Reynolds , and a deed

    Rodborough Introduction Woodchester And Rodborough Area c. 1840

    sought to close in 1788 were the New Inn , which has not be en found recorded later, and the Anchor , 74 near Wallbridge, 75 which nevertheless continued as a public house. By 1805 there was also the Woolpack

    Gloucester Street names

    . 1220, 1799; 4 Alngate , or Onnyat, Lane , 1810, 1825. 5 Ailesgate Street , see Eastgate Street . Anchor Alley , see Turnstile Alley. Archdeacon (or Deacon ) Street, c . 1230, 6 from house of archdeacon of

    Chigwell Public services

    Girls, continued until 1914. 98 A Female Benefit Society meeting at Chigwell Row was registered in 1808 , and the Anchor and Hope Benefit Society meeting at Buckhurst Hill in 1832 . 99 In 1884 the vestry resolved to maintain

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Cambria" yn llestr newydd, perthyn- ar ol i'r linell o a, aerlongau a adnabyddir wrth yr enw qi " Anchor Line,' sydd yn rhedeg yn uniongylchol id rhwng Glasgow a New York. Llestr haiarn ydoedd- m a adeiladwyd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thipyn ychwaneg o dreigliad arias yn ein tref.-Tdan.-Prydnawn dydd Iaa diweddaf, cafodd plentyn bychan tua chlwech oed, mab Robert Owen, Anchor, y ty iddo ei hunan, fel y dywedir, a dechreu. odd ddyfyru ci hun drwy gymeryd pric a'r tan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Angel's Song," "The Christian Soldier." Cafwvd amrvw unawdau-" Dw'r Cae Coch " gan Mr. R. J. Roberts, "Up with the Anchor " gan Mr. J. Edwards, "Yr Eueth Ddall " gan fisas Laura E. Roberts ynrbag- orol iawn, " Gwnewch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Satinel Davies. 21. Beirniadae', Mis -eJdese J!. P. Bank,- ai y ' Samplers.' (Gwobr, 10s.) Yr oreu oedd .MisiJones, Anchor E['Hdtit.T '_221.`eirniadaeth Mrs. Jones,: Monachdy VTila,'ar- yr '-Haosinau. Daetl 11 ilaw. ' '(Gwhbr, 5s.) Y fuddugol oedd Airs.-R. Rees, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bydd M . hyddfrydwYr yn yr Anchor, a'r Ceidwadvyr t yn y Dolphin yn ceisio vicrhau gwaeanaeth rhai o'u prif ddynion;. Enillodd Ardalydd Hartington gryn gynteradwyaeth 'eleni am yr :hyn addywedodd yn yr Anchor., Wrth ateb y llwncdestyn Rhyddfrydol dywedai Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 17, 16 February 1703, 16 February 1703-16 February 1703

    first came to an Anchor in the Harbour of Vigo ? "A. If there were any Prisoners, they were on board The Soveraign ; and I was not there. "Q. How near did the Admiral anchor to the Boom, after

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1762

    observe relative thereunto and for the better security of the Squadron whilst at anchor, the following general Instructions: First Your Ship being to remain stationed whilst at anchor according to the form prescribed, You are to keep her in constant

    Papers, 1837-8

    can. I have become in the first instance answerable for the expense. We contemplate a Meeting at the Crown & Anchor the time is not suitable for Covent Garden. I sincerely hope that you are well I could not attend

    Debates in 1689, June 22nd-28th, 22 June 1689-28 June 1689

    his Privile ge was broken;" but he can tell, if he will, all the matter. Put a Buoy upon the Anchor, that men may debate freely, and not have that a doubt when we are gone away. The Speaker. ]

    Index, N

    Owner. 11 Ib . Persons not to rind Trees, set fire to Woods, or do other unnecessary Damage Nor cast Anchor, or do other Acts to hinder the haling of Sayns, & c. Nor steal Bait, Nets, & c. 12.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Stability

    Arms, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, London 1808 Anchor, Bishopsgate Street, London 1809 White Hart, Bishopsgate Street, London 1810 Saracen's Head, Camomile Street, Bishopsgate Street, London 1810 White Hart, Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street, London 1819 Anchor, St. Mary at Hill, Tower Street,

    Royal Kent Lodge of Antiquity

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): United with "Lodge of Unanimity,"No. 729 [of 31 Jan. 1821], in 1828. Meeting Places Anchor, Dutchy Lane, Strand, London 1723 Fountain, in the Strand, London 1731 Bedford Arms, Covent Garden, London 1733 Two BlackPosts,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the Corporation of Trinity House, relating to their sole and exclusive Right of Ballasting Ships in the River Thames, 11 June 1732

    had been an ancient Office Time out of Mind, and that the fole Right of Ballafting of Ships riding at Anchor in the River i7l«j, between Z<?»i0» £r/7ig<? and the main Sea, did belong to the faid Corporation, as in Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    came to an Anchor " in the Harbour of Vigo " A. If there were any Prifoners, they were on board " TJoe Soveraign ; and I was not there. " Q^ How near did the Admiral anchor to the Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    Ships of 30 Guns within Three " Miles of the Harbour. <* The 24th, Four French Men of War at Anchor " within Sight of the Town. " The 28th, a Fleet paffed by, with which theMaf- ter would have Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    called ic Pevenfey, and went to the Town, and got fome Affif- " tance. " The Privateer came to an Anchor, and fired upon " them, and the Shot went above Half a Mile into ** the Country." He faid, Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    P.oatfwain being One, " although the Mafter told him how weak he was, " and that he had but One Anchor on Board. Captain " Roach faid to him, " If he was faucy, he would take " him, with Subscribers-only content


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