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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Charities for the Poor

    the parish's 27 a. in Hackney marsh (below) which were sold to the L.C.C. in 1893 . George Clarke by will dated 1668 left a rent charge of £6 on his lands in Hackney marsh ; £1 was for a

    List of illustrations

    5. Hackney Wick c . 1825. From a watercolour by C. Bigot in H.A.D. 6. The White House , Hackney Marsh , in 1885 . From a watercolour by C. Bromley in Guildhall Library 7. Lea Bridge in 1821 .

    Sport, ancient and modern Racing

    of racing in Middlesex is a swimming race between two horses from Tyler 's Ferry to the Bridge in Hackney Marsh on 13 August 1737 , described in Robinson 's Hist. and Antiq. of Hackney , the winner of which

    Hackney Economic History

    most notably Hackney marsh . The regulation of Lammas rights chiefly concerned the marsh, where in 1185 the humbra or marshy meadow was distinguished from the quabba or bog. 76 Hackneymead was an alternative name for Hackney marsh in 1535

    Hackney Introduction OSSULSTONE HUNDRED

    Borough of Hackney , along with Stoke Newington and Shoreditch . 11 Alluvium lies along the Lea and beneath Hackney marsh . It is bordered on the west by a narrow strip of London Clay , which broadens out along

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney. Stoke Newington.

    Hackney for ever, payable at Michaelmas yearly, and is issuing out of Lands of greater annual Value, lying in Hackney Marsh . 1714 . March . Mr. John Hammond , deceased, by his last Will, left 100l. to be continued

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

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    John MackEvoy, Violent Theft, 12/09/1744

    to Alderman Heathcote. On the 15th of August, I was driving the Alderman to Walthamslow , and going over Hackney marsh about the midway between the bridge and Hummerton gate, about nine o'clock at night three or four men came

    Ordinary's Account, 16/09/1741

    for not delivering readily his Watch, Money, & c. The last Robbery he committed was upon a Gentleman in Hackney Marsh , from whom he took two Guineas, his Watch, and some other Things, and some little Time after this,

    Ordinary's Account, 16/09/1741

    paid the Turnpike, I return'd him Sixpence, and then directed him to turn down a Lane which leads to Hackney Marsh ; but before I was out of Sight, he turned about and came after me, which I perceiving, gave

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years of age, stated that, on Monday night, she wts at the Jolly Anglers, a lone publi ce in Hackney marsh, where she saw the prisoners. SIhe left about 10 o'clock to return home. On getting into Lea Bridges road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A beautiful specimen of that very rare bird, the cream-coloured courser (Cursoriscs Emropmus), was shot this week in the Hackney Marsh, near the Victoria Station, by Mr G. Beresford, of the White House. It was found in the open marsh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lord of the manor contributingg £5,000., and to £5,000. being raised from. other sources, the Council do purchase Hackney Marsh for the sum of £75,000." Tuesday was the last day for the receipt of applica- tions from Fellows of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ParrXa Committee recxnmend- ing the London County Council to reject a mnemorial in favour of the formation on Hackney Marsh of a cycle traclc upon vhich club tsnesand olampionship meetings could be held and which would be available for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morgan gave notice of an intention to remove by force another fence of the lord of the manor of Hackney Marsh. Mr. J. N. Radcliffe, Medical Inspector of the Local Government Board, read a paper on Friday; evening at a Subscribers-only content

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