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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Broadstreet Ward.

    Broadstreet Ward . BROADSTREET WARD Alley. Wallnut Tree Court, both small and mean. Still Court, or Alley, indifferent good, falls into Houndsditch . Devonshire Square , [made out of an House called Fisher 's Folly , an airy and

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    Bishopsgate Ward . Places here. hath a Passage into George Yard . Bell Yard , a good, large and well built Place, having a Passage into St. Peter's Churchyard . Which Church, although in part standing in this Street,

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Bounds and Limits.

    Portsoken Ward . Bounds and Limits. go they on so far as M. Duppa , or Dupper's House, and so round about St. Katharines till they come to the Sign of the Maidenhead , and there they fix their

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Newington Growth: London Road

    Stoke Newington Growth: London Road The London Road ( Stoke Newington Road , High Street , and Stamford Hill ) Settlement was probably early along the London road , the Roman Ermine Street , especially at its junction with

    Stoke Newington Social and cultural activities

    Stoke Newington Social and cultural activities Social and cultural activities Stoke Newington probably had inns at an early date because of its position on a major road to London . There were 8 licensed victuallers in 1553 85 and

    Public health and medical services

    Public health and medical services PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE MEDICAL SERVICES Leprosy, p. 318. Plague, p. 319. Smallpox, p. 321. Cholera, Sanitation, and Water, p. 324. Insanity and Mental Deficiency, p. 328. The School Health Service, p. 336. Hospitals,

    The ancient parish of Harlow HARLOW c. 1875

    The ancient parish of Harlow HARLOW ANCIENT PARISH The terrain rises from 30 m. above sea level in the Stort valley to 100 m. near Harlow park in the south-west. On the higher ground rise Todd brook, flowing west,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I STRAY LEAVES. THE fourth annual public meeting of the Sunday Society Twill take place this afternoon at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street. Sir Henry Thompson will take the chair at 4 o'clock, and will be well and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STRAY LEAVES. 4 R. C. H. COLLETTE, the Secretary of the Society for lv the Suppression of Vice, in consequence of the heavy expenses incurred by that Society in prosecuting various impure publications, makes an urgent appeal to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LPT-DWIILLJNG HOUSES ANDl LAN~D. Ieg two recePtiont and live led roona intori-tile! iS vesti bilue eflarh~boulc., lihd gadenu 'e B 52 -.Iaults; Cherry St, y 0t1M Bead, Edlalgbit~n.-Seud-deteejhed Villa, with ditinh room, crawing room. two kiltelens, sevon chamb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sabit 61iffft. BANXRUPTS. (Fsrom Fridoalf8 GcedC.) The Furnishing Ironmongery and Hardware Company (limited.) WILLiAs HENRY LAST, Cannon Street West, and 1, Almora Terrace, Gloucester Road, Islington, commission agent, Feb. 27 and Match 23, at 12, at the Bankrupts' Court. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itm '?l#ttapalis. THE CONrFERENCE Ott ITALIANi DELEGATES,-TO' the numerous enquirers as to who these gentlemen are, and where they hold their meetings, we can only answer that we have been unable to learn anything; for we cannot recognise as Subscribers-only content

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

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    Richard Whiting, John Alderson, Violent Theft, Theft, Theft, 19/05/1697

    Richard Whiting and John Alderson , of the Parish of St. Buttolph's Aldgate , were indicted for robbing Samuel Birmingham on the High-way, and taking from him 16 l. in Moneys . Whiting remained obstinate for a great while,

    Ordinary's Account, 11/02/1751

    he said, that his so soon coming to so fatal, and ignominious an End, was entirely owing. He behaved as well as a poor illiterate Boy could be expected to do, and left this Life in Hopes of a

    The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913

    of those unfortunate Creatures generally do, and sometimes asked to be resolved concerning some Texts of Scripture, which I accordingly explained to him. After the Dead Warrant came down, he behav'd very Penitent, and was continually a Reading, not

    Ordinary's Account, 09/07/1745

    tute to be allowed to him, and that the said Justices at the said goal delivery, ordered him to be transported as soon as conveniently might be to some of his Majesty's plantations in America , for the term

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