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37 - Evidences of title of William Lusty and Sons, packing case manufacturers, to premises at Anchor Wharf, Weston Street, Bromley (formerly the Imperial Tar Works of Messrs Battly and Buttler, tar distillers) - 1856 - 1924
Assignment of leasehold premises at Bromley St. Leonard
1 January 1919
1 John Hough Marshall, 19 Clayton Street, Islington, London, accountant
2 Frank Selby, 44 Chancery Lane, London, architect and surveyor
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The first detailed local maps of London’s East End were produced by Joel Gascoyne between 1702 and 1704. We hold Gascoyne’s original manuscript map for Bethnal Green, which is the oldest map in our collection.
A true report of the disputation or rather private conference had in the Tower of London, with Ed. Campion, Iesuite ; the last of August, 1581 set downe by the reuerend learned men them selues that dealt therein, whereunto is ioyned also a true report of the other three dayes conferences had there with the same Iesuite, which nowe are thought meete to be published in print by authoritie
Case and account book of Millicent Francis, midwife
Lease of 197 Roman Road (later 203 Roman Road), Old Ford, Bow