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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    Hackney Clapton CLAPTON CLAPTON, so spelt in 1593 , 82 was from 1339 until the 18th century normally rendered as Clopton , the 'farm on the hill'. The Old English clop , 'lump' or 'hill', presumably denoted the high

    Hackney Education

    Hackney Education EDUCATION The vestry's appointment of a schoolmaster in 1613 has normally been seen as the origin of Hackney 's first parochial school. 19 A schoolmaster ( ludimagister ) had been recorded in 1580 and 1586, 20 however,

    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

    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS For permission to reproduce material in their possession, thanks are rendered to: City of London , Guildhall Library; the Greater London Record Office (Photograph Collection and Print Collection); London Borough of Hackney ,

    Hackney Judaism

    Hackney Judaism JUDAISM Jews were among the Londoners who bought property in Hackney , 30 the first recorded purchase by a Jew being that of a house in Homerton by Isaac Alvares , a jeweller, in 1674 . Jacob

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CTFARFODYDD MISOL. I MnwYT.-Cynhaliwyd Cyiarfod Misol Mynwy yn Sirhowy, Hydref yr 28ain a'r 29ain. Y Parch. D. Jenkyns yn y gadair. Cafwyd sylwadau tra adeiladol y prydnawn cyntaf ar " Ras o ran ei natur a'i weith- rediadau yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INODION O'R BRIMDDLNAS (Oddiwrth eim Gohebydd Neillduol.) [M.AWOLAETH ACH LADDEDIGAE MR. MORGAN MOR . a" -SYMUDIAD C ENEDLAETHOL N EWYDD YN Y BRIFDDNAS-GA Aij LYWODRAETH GARTREFOL I G YMRUtCYFA4 FOD ELniNPO OL Y FEIBL GYN EITH- AR BNODWE 93DDI0N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, to. r An accident happened to Earl Gower and bis attendants, on Wednesday night last, on their return from Licfield-raees. eis Lorldship was accompanied in his barouch byEarl Gros- venor: on arrivitg at the flat bridge, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Dec. 13. INSOLVENTS. J. Barber, King's row, Dog's row, Mile end, builder. W. Hubbard j an. White Lion court, Cornhill, merchant. BANKRUPTS. J. Harris, Norwich, bombasin-dresser. Solicitors, Messrs Poole and Co. Gray's inn square. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Jan. 17. INSOLVENTS. J. Such, Blackman street, Southwark, boot and shoe-malcer. S. H. Ryland and J. Knight, Horsleydown, lightermen. EANVERrPTCY SUPERSEDED. J. Conway, Upper Stamford street, Lambeth, builder. BANKtRUPTS. A. Applegath, Stamford street, Lambeth, Subscribers-only content

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

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    JACOB JONAS, Theft, 09/01/1782

    92. JACOB JONAS was indicted for stealing, on the 12th of December last, a large leather trunk, covered with hair, value 10 s. the goods of John Larkin . JOHN LARKIN sworn. On Wednesday the 12th of December I

    ROBERT JOHNSON, Theft, 11/09/1782

    517. ROBERT JOHNSON was indicted for stealing, on the 16th of July last, a silver medal, value 5 s. the goods of John Towne , and 3 s. in monies numbered , the goods of James Dodd . JAMES

    JOHN WILLOUGHBY, Theft, 13/01/1796

    92. JOHN WILLOUGHBY was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 3d of December , two pecks of flour, value 7s. the property of William Giles and Edward Giles . EDWARD GILES sworn. I deal in corn and coals, and

    FRANCES CLEMENTS, Theft, 11/01/1804

    92. FRANCES CLEMENTS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 13th of December , ten yards of calico, value 15 s. the property of Joseph Birch . JOSEPH BIRCH sworn. - I live at Upper Clapton , and am

    WILLIAM HARRIS, Theft, 29/05/1811

    389. WILLIAM HARRIS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 2nd of April , a truss of hay, value 4 s. the property of Stephen Hope , Thomas Vigne , and Charles Vigne . STEPHEN HOPE . My partner's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CALVERT, John (?1758-1844), of Albury Hall, Herts.

    CALVERT, John (?1758-1844), of Albury Hall, Herts. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 28 Nov. 1780 1784 Tamworth 1784 1790 St Albans 1790 1796 Huntingdon 1796 1831 Ofifces Held Sec. to ld. chamberlain Dec. 1783-Mar. 1831. Ofifces Held Capt. E. Herts. yeoman

  • * British History Online *

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    Papers relating to the National Political Union, (2 of 2)

    Papers relating to the National Political Union (2 of 2) Papers relating to the National Political Union 31 . [Add. Ms. 27791, ff. 94-5 ] At a meeting held at Benbows house in the evening of the 9th November

    Hackney

    Hackney HACKNEY. Name . The most ancient record in which I have seen this place mentioned is dated 37 Hen. III. 1 (i.e. 1253). It is there called Hakeneye, differing but little from the present mode of spelling. Of

 

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