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Hornsby's Chare

Hornsby's Chare was a narrow street in the Quayside, Newcastle. It was formerly named Maryon House Chare. Hornsby's Chare was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1854.

Chares Great Fire of Gateshead and Newcastle, 1854
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Head of Hornsby's Chare (1843)

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Great Fire of Gateshead and Newcastle, 1854
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Great Fire of Gateshead and Newcastle, 1854
- Overview History "A dreadful fire took place at Gateshead on the morning of the 6th October 1854. It broke out on tbe premises of a worsted factory in the vicinity ...


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