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Survey of London
… clergyman and two schools for young ladies and, by 1862, a police station. 207 In 1875, following an Order in Chancery, … because he was by then the Official Referee to the Metropolitan Building Office but John Morris, living nearby. … by which time the trustees' architect had applied to the Metropolitan Board of Works for permission to erect a school …
A History of the County of Middlesex
… Street in 1833 10 and after Edmonton became part of the Metropolitan Police district in 1840 11 it became the police station. 12 A … from a specially sunk artesian bore. 23 In 1904 the Metropolitan Water Board took over the local water companies, …
Survey of London
… at St. Anne's. 49 The Act of 1855 which established the Metropolitan Board of Works provided that the vestry of St. … were transferred to the twenty-eight newly established metropolitan borough councils, of which the Westminster City … the jurisdiction of the new Commissioners of Metropolitan Police. Paving, Cleansing and Lighting An Act of 1762 …
A History of the County of Middlesex
… behaviour led the vestry to demand its closure, but the Metropolitan Police insisted on keeping it: 143 persons had been confined … in the mid 19th century: the parish constable, 8 the Metropolitan Police, and the Bow Street horse patrol. 9 The …
A History of the County of Middlesex
… 17 until 1862, although the parish was included in the Metropolitan Police District in 1840. 18 Four surveyors of the highways …
Old and New London
… Henry VII. By the Local Management Act of 1856 the entire Metropolitan District was made to consist of no less than 126 … with the district under the charge of the City and Metropolitan Police; our readers will be astonished to hear that it covers …
Survey of London
… house, it had the advantage of 'a bar door both ways'. 199 Police Section House, Beak Street This building was erected in 190910 for the Metropolitan Police; the architect was the police surveyor, J. Dixon …
Survey of London
… Mestayer (d. 1791). 18561857, Edmund Humphrey Woolrych, metropolitan police court magistrate (d. 1883). No. 91. 17901825, George …
A Topographical Dictionary of England
… who hold a petty-session every Tuesday, and also of a metropolitan police court. The powers of the county debtcourt of …
Survey of London
… the site in 1962. 65 Nos. 1921 : Great Marlborough Street Police Station And Marlborough Street Magistrates' Court The … in a photograph of c. 1900. 66 It was taken over by the Metropolitan Police in 1912 and rebuilt as part of the police … offices 59 (Plate 124c). In 1856 the Receiver for the Metropolitan Police District took a lease of No. 20 Great …
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