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Mr Resident George Stepney and the "Pietas Austriaca", 1693

Albert Edwin Johannes Hollaender

Mr Resident George Stepney and the "Pietas Austriaca", 1693

by Albert Edwin Johannes Hollaender

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Published by (Leopard"s Head Press) in (London) ((69 Aldwych, W.C.2)) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stepney, George.,
  • Diplomats -- Great Britain -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlbert Hollaender.
    ContributionsFitch, Marc.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(1)p.,p.217-227 ;
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20203087M
    ISBN 10090492002X
    OCLC/WorldCa16360614

    Tribute to an antiquary: essays presented to Marc Fitch by some of his friends. perambulations and sabbath-breach in Elizabethan EssexHollaender, A. Mr. Resident George Stepney and the Pietas Austriaca, Wagner, A. and Squibb. townsEmmison, F. Tithes, perambulations and sabbath-breach in Elizabethan EssexHollaender, A. Connect with Emma Towers at George Street, Stepney, SA. Find business, government and residential phone numbers, addresses & more on the White Pages®.

    Stepney Green is a quieter, residential route connecting Mile End Road with St Dunstan’s Church. It is characterized by the architectural quality of the residential houses and mansions blocks along its edges, and by the picturesque quality created by the mature trees of Stepney Green Gardens and front gardens on the east side. Stepney, George, / [] A poem dedicated to the blessed memory of Her late gracious Majesty Queen Mary: By Mr. Stepney. Sterne, Richard, ? / [] A brief commentary upon the CIII Psalme with the severall axiomes or doctrines therein conteined [sic], and uses thereupon inferred. Sternhold, Thomas, d. / [].

    Sara Douglass. Collection of London 16thth century indentures and other legal documents. MSS Box 1. Folder no. Genealogy for Sir John Alexander Harington, of Stepney (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions SurnamesChildren: Alexander Harrington, Sir James Harington, MP, of Exton, Edward Harington, MP, Rev. Robert Harington.


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Full text of "Some notices of the Stepney family". Stepney-marsh. Embankments. Stepney-marsh, or the Isle of Dogs, adjoining to Poplar, is a tract of land lying within the curve which the Thames forms between Ratcliffe and Blackwall.

Its extent, according to a survey taken inis acres. Annunciation, Sculpture of the, in Stepney Church 39 Ashbee, C. R., Introductory Note by 5 Bells in Stepney Church 5 l Berry, Sir John, monument in church 37 Dame Rebe21 Bethnal Green, hamlet or parish of - I o, 5 1 Bishops of Stepney 54 Blondel, Dr., monument in church - 27 Brewster, Thomasine, monument in church - 28 " Carthage Stone.

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By the 12th century those areas were known as marshes, the most important being Walmarsh or Wapping marsh, in St. George-in-the-East and Whitechapel, and Stepney marsh or.

Mr Resident George Stepney and the 'Pietas Austriaca', by Marc Fitch Pages, Published by [Leopard's Head Press] ISBNISBN: X. George Stepney, diplomat and poet by Susan Spens (Book); Select poems of George Stepney.

Wit a life of the author by George Stepney (Book); Mr Resident George Stepney and the 'Pietas Austriaca', by Albert Edwin Johannes Hollaender (Book). This book aims to address two further issues which have generally been overlooked by other historians.

The first is the tendency of historians to try and encompass the entire East End, which is often undefined, or vague, in their work. This book is focused on a specific study of the Stepney area. Stepney, also known as Stepney Green, is a district in the East End of London in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets that grew out of a merging of both a medieval village around St Dunstan's church and a 15th-century ribbon development of Mile End Road called Stepney Green.

The district is not officially defined, and is usually used to refer to a relatively small area, however for much its Country: England. East London History Society Newsletter 5 Franks, Stanton or the Friendly Society, I would be delighted to hear from you.

Norman Bishop, 22 Grove Road, Deepcar, Sheffield, S Yorks, S30 50A: My Bishop ancestors moved across the water from Bermondsey to Stepney some time between and Robert Bishop was a MasterFile Size: 1MB.

Stepney Jewish School. Stepney Green. The monogram SJS for the Stepney Jewish School is still on the original wrought iron gate, dating back to The much of the school buildings are also there, but the school has now moved to the Ilford area.

The buildings are now used for artists' studios. This book is now only available as a PDF file for £6 from: The East London History Society Mile End Old Town, – by Derek Morris Professor Michael Port, University of London, wrote that the book was " a remarkably thorough and lively account" which "presents a markedly different picture from that traditional one of East London still.

Stepney Registration District Census Street Index This is a list of streets and places in the Stepney Registration District in the census. This is a locating aid only and does not contain links to the actual census returns. Stepney Parish, miles northeast of the city centre of London, is in the Tower division of the hundred of Ossultone, "2½ miles east of London, comprising the hamlets of Mile-End New Town, Mile-End Old Town, and Ratcliff called in various ancient records Stebunhithe and Stebenhythe, occurs in Domesday-book under the name Stibenhede anciently included the hamlets of Stratford le Bow.

Then it was run by who was the caretaker of Stepney Jewish School. He was an amazing man - so capable. At first the troop met at a building adjoining the Stepney Green Dwellings and later in sort of loft in Stepney Jewish School.

To get up to the loft, one had to climb a rope-ladder.George Stepney's Translation of the Eighth Satire of Juvenal Hardcover – by Thomas & Elizabeth Swedenberg (Author) Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Author: Thomas & Elizabeth Swedenberg. Fromall British men of military age could be called up for military service unless they had an official exemption.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, some tried to get them through unofficial means. A trial at Old Street Police Court in highlighted the scale of the problem in Stepney and resulted in one young lady being sentenced to.