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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Education

    Education EDUCATION 1 The Town Grammar School A grammar school apparently existed in Hull early in its development as a chartered borough, no doubt to maintain a supply of Latin-trained clerks. From references to School Street and School Lane

    Public services

    Public services PUBLIC SERVICES 1 Water Supply On account of Hull 's situation 'on the shore of the water of Humber on a salt soil' 2 it was necessary from early times for fresh water to be carried to

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 25 March 1643, 25 March 1643-25 March 1643

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3 25 March 1643 Die Sabbati, 25 Martii, 1643. PRAYERS. Payment to Dike. ORDERED , That Four thousand Pounds be paid by the Treasurers and Receivers of the Four hundred thousand Pounds Bill, to

    Index of places

    Index of places A Abchurch Lane , i. 203, 218. Addle Street , Castle Baynard, ii. 12, 15, 17. Addle Street , Cripplegate, i. 291, 297. Aethling Street , i. 250, 346; ii. 352. Agincourt , i. 320. Alder

    Index of places

    Index of places Bedfordshire Barton le Clay , 109. Battlesdon , 65. Bedford , 108. Cardington , 124. Carlton (Calton), 86. Clifton (Cliston), 112. Dunstable , 190. Eaton , 104, 129. Eaton Bray , 115. Eaton Socon , 111.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LET-BUMS PREMIBIESg , ~--11it'hnl Row ad Paradslie Street.- sod 3lerr5Z . Coachl-houge. rind Wre- ay tnd Mercr 22, Cannuou Street. 0410l -7~~(nea) -L~ll Coa Whaf, ith canal frontsg, a - ~TN ~ lim otlots Cotes~, as tr Every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J'1blit xutto4fftot. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. . uder the Management of Mr. M. H. 8lsseraox, Jun. Last Night but One of the charming Actress, MISS BEATRIX SHIRLEY. TO-XIIOIIT (Thursday) will be prostrated a now Play, in four parts, eutitled "JURA, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WEATHER FORECASTS. The following report was issued from the Meteoroloical Department at 8 p.m. yesterday:- Derarcrs. FornEcAges. 0. scotlaud, N..... aouthne sterlynndsoutherly wirds, strong 1. Scotland, f .... B perhaps a gale; cloudy; some rain. 2. ERngland, ? E Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE SEERE E. I.1 .As pointed out in the Daily Poit a few days ago, the severe and prolonged frost is seriously affecting the' potting ttde of North Staffordshire by impeding the cainags of raw material into the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHASPE NDER SEAKSPEAREAN CONDITIONS. I I The interesting experiment now being performed by the members of the Shakepeare Reading Society at the Royalty Theatre is less complete than the pro- gramme would have us believe. With a row of Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 13/01/1742

    acquitted, as I likewise was soon afterwards at the Old-Baily , for stealing a Firkin of Butter from Dice-Key , but there being a Mistake in the Indictment, I was acquitted there likewise. Tom Barnes , Tom the Sailor,

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