Basinghall

All Noun
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  • Presently a girl stopped her, and asked the way to Basinghall Street. Cited from We Two, by Edna Lyall
  • Green was born in the parish of Basinghall, city of London.
  • The building has a small multi-storey car park off Basinghall.
  • An important early work was the court of bankruptcy in Basinghall Street, finished in 1821.
  • The first building he designed in the City was at 15-16 Basinghall Street.
  • The main front was on the east, facing Basinghall Street and was unadorned, except for a large round headed window flanked by two round windows.
  • However, it seems that she left the house that she had occupied with her husband in Lombard Street and may have moved to Basinghall Street, Number seven.
  • Also within Cheap are the Lord Mayor's and City of London Court and the southern end of Basinghall Street.
  • From this point, the line of devastated ground swept round by the eastern end of Throgmorton Street to the northern end of Basinghall Street. Cited from When London Burned, by G. A. Henty
  • At the age of 25, Deloitte opened his own office opposite the Bankruptcy Court in Basinghall Street.
  • My last was about Basinghall Street, attorneys, and bankrupts. Cited from V1 Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay, by Trevelyan
  • Sad at the news that seven or eight houses in Burying Hall [Probably Basinghall.] street, are shut up of the plague. Cited from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Lord Braybrooke/Editor
  • But this was not the high output mine the Basinghall Mining Syndicate had seen itself running, and they announced production would cease in 1946.
  • Packe's city residence was in Basinghall Street, immediately adjoining Blackwell Hall, the headquarters of the woollen trade.
  • Basinghall, or Bassishaw Ward, consisteth only of Basinghall Street, and a small part of the street along London Wall. Cited from London in 1731, Don Manoel Gonzales
  • He took over the church after Gale's death, and moved it to Girdlers' Hall, which opened in 1681 in Basinghall Street.
  • William Priestley was born in Basinghall Street, Leeds, in the manse associated with Mill Hill Chapel, where his father was minister.
  • Lloyd filmed most of the music video for "With Ur Love" in and around Basinghall Avenue, London, England.
  • The writers, whose stock in trade consists of words rather than ideas, will find their way to Basinghall Street, prose will be at a discount, and long-windedness be accounted a distemper. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 339, January 1844, Vol. 55
  • When the Basinghall Mining Syndicate took over the mine in 1936 all the old equipment in the mill was removed and a completely new electrically-powered plant was designed for high production rates.
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