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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney De Beauvoir Town

    Hackney De Beauvoir TownDE BEAUVOIR TOWN De Beauvoir Town is taken to be the south-west corner of Hackney parish from Kingsland Road west to Southgate Road and from the Regent's canal north almost to Ball's Pond Road . 81

    Hackney Building after c. 1800 Hackney : Evolution of Settlement, 1805-1904

    Hackney Building after c. 1800 BUILDING AFTER c. 1800. Despite the closeness of Church Street to Lower Clapton and Homerton , the villages were still distinct in 1801 , when there were 2,050 inhabited houses. By 1831 the number

    Hackney Roman Catholicism

    Hackney Roman Catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM William, Lord Vaux of Harrowden , who had been arrested for harbouring Edmund Campion , was allowed to live from 1583 at Hackney and remained there, apart from a further period of imprisonment at

    Hackney Introduction OSSULSTONE HUNDRED

    Hackney Introduction HACKNEY OSSULSTONE HUNDRED PARISHES IN THE TOWER DIVISION 1819 Hackney , 1 a favourite residence of wealthy Londoners from the Middle Ages until the 19th century, was the largest Middlesex parish to be included in the county

    Hackney Social and Cultural Activities

    Hackney Social and Cultural Activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES A tradition that the oldest inn was the Three Cranes in Church Street (later no. 359 Mare Street ) apparently arose from association with the arms of the Heron family.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cardinal Wiseman went to Claremont last week to pay a visit to the ex-Queen of the French and the other members of the ex-Roya family of France domiciled at that place. Several journals having stated that Calcraft was too Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. I 1 f , -. - _J Ii ..... _ __....... drrom Nridy FNit'ts aeu.) SAMUEL BENAIJV, St. JWBl'oSt'reet, Hanover Sjouro, Inokooper, to surrender Soptember i atG 2h, Meptomber 23 st Ili, cG Bank. rmph' aourt. 801, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IWNl aORRESPONEDCJL LosnoN, Friday Night. jJoni MoRLEY was necessarily cautious in, upon the coming Home Rule Bill at .on-ylie last fnight; but it is not sur- ,ho politicians here have to-day been in an endeavour to read between the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WINTER PROSPECTS. As the gales of early winter are already whist- ling about our ears and making free with our chim- ney-pots, as the thin coatings of ice on the little pools by the street side are whispering the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOVTDON 4GAZ.ErTJf, &sidhy, Taws. 11. B3ANKRUPTS. Notice of Adjudication and First MeetIng of Creditors. To Surrender at the Bankrupta' Coast, London. Allwork B., Connmercial-streot, provision dealer, Feb. ., at 11 Ashworth W., Wandsworth, baker, Jan. 23, at 12 Barker Subscribers-only content

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