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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stepney Settlement and Building to c. 1700 STEPNEY IN THE MIDDLE AGES : FIELDS AND PLACE-NAMES STEPNEY c. 1550

    Stepney Settlement and Building to c. 1700 SETTLEMENT AND BUILDING TO c. 1700 In the 8th century b.c. there were huts and pits in Mile End Old Town , west of the site of the parish church. 24 Burials

    Alstonefield Longnor

    Alstonefield Longnor LONGNOR Longnor was formerly a township in Alstonefield parish and later a civil parish 813 a. (329 ha.) in area. 65 Longnor village, which has the appearance of a small market town, stands on a saddle in

    Parishes Brokenborough

    Parishes Brokenborough BROKENBOROUGH Brokenborough village is 2.5 km. north-west of Malmesbury abbev. 1 In 1086 Malmesbury abbey's large estate called Brokenborough included Corston and other land near Malmesbury , and in title deeds the abbey gave an even larger

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS IN 1842

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS South Mimms 1 parish occupied the most northerly part of Middlesex . Its main centre of population in the north-west lay some 14 miles from London . 2 South Mimms was first recorded in

    Fisherton Anger

    Fisherton Anger FISHERTON ANGER The ancient parish of Fisherton Anger, 348 a., lay on the west and north-west of New Salisbury , in Branch and Dole Hundred. By the Municipal Corporations Act of 1835 a substantial slice of it,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    Preface PREFACE Work on this volume was begun in May, 1938, after the publication of Volume III, and the proofs of the calendar were submitted to the printers before the outbreak of the present war, but, owing to the

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1622

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls 1622 1622 26 January, 19 James I. Recognizance, taken before Sir Lewes Lewkenor knt. J.P., of John Lee of St. Andrew's in Holborne scrivener, in the sum of forty pounds; For the said John Lee's appearance

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17, 19 January 1702, 19 January 1702-19 January 1702

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 19 January 1702 DIE Lunæ, 19 Januarii. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes fuerunt: Arch. Cant . Epus. London . Epus. Wigorn . Epus. Roffen . Epus. Sarum . Epus. Hereford . Epus.

    Charles II, December 1664, 01 December 1664-31 December 1664

    Charles II December 1664 December 1664 Dec. 1. Order by the Committee of the House of Commons in the Speaker's chamber that the clerks of the Exchequer be required to search the several ship rates and bring in the Subscribers-only content

    Items from the two Process Books, Temp. James I

    Items from the two Process Books Temp. James I Temp. James I PARTICULARS TAKEN FROM THE TWO PROCESS BOOKS, temp . JAMES I. (BOOK I., from APRIL, 8 JAMES I., to APRIL, 16 of the same King's Reign: BOOK

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Philanthropic Lodge

    Philanthropic Lodge (0) Lodge Details Named in: 1770 Serial Number: 304 SN notes: Warrant of Constitution: 1753 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 0 Lodge Number (1729): 0 Lodge Number (1740): 179 Lodge Number

    Lodge of Peace

    Lodge of Peace (322) Lodge Details Serial Number: 1477 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1806 Warrant of Constitution: 1 Oct. 1806 Cons. 21 Dec. 1806. Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 322

    A " Masters' Lodge "

    A " Masters' Lodge " (0) Lodge Details Named in: 1799-1813 Serial Number: 226 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1739 Warrant of Constitution: 29 Aug. 1739 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Earlier Lodge Name

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uAtc.st Intelliselict, SATURDAY MOuNrxG MARCH 19, 185g. The Paris Moniteur of yesterday announces the nomina- tion of the Marquis Turgot to the post of Ambassador of France in Spain, in the place of General Aupick, who is appointed Senator. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLAYHOUSE NOTES. IX. JAMES I. AND THE PLAYHOUSES-STHAKESPEARE'S LATER WORK-THE MERMAID CLUB. By the death of Queen Elizabeth, on the 24th of March, 1603, the London playhouses lost their first Royal patron, a sovereign who, wisely adapting herself to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLAYHOUSE NOTES. XV.-AFTERe SHAKESPEARE'S DEATH. Shakespeare wrote no play after the burning of the 'Globe, and it is probable that he ceased to be a playhouse proprietor before that event. The three years or so pre- ceding his death, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLAYHOUSE NOTES. XXIII.-THE CLOSE OF TIHE SHAKESPEARIAN HALF- CENTURY. Brome's Jovial Crew was one of the last of the hundreds ,of comedies, good, bad, and indifferent, that were brought upon the stage during the seventeen years of Charles the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. *The Jewel Room of thle Towcr of London, will bo closed for repairs until this day woek. The Vintage is nsmall in qpuantity and badl in quality 1, throug-hout Italy, but better in Sicily. A fine pike, weighing Subscribers-only content

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