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1800 to 1919 Year By Year Timeline 

Timeline 1800 - 1809

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This Timeline is a work in progress, but even so it's still a fascinating insight into Arthur's 'turns' and the world around him. Currently there are dates for most of Arthur's years but there is much more to come...

If your town is mentioned here,and you have information and/or pictures of local theatres or halls why not email them to me and I'll add them to the site, with a link to your homepage if appropriate.

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1800

Wiliam Calcraft, Hangman, Born

1801

Paddington Basin opens

1802

Tunbridge Wells Theatre Built

West India Docks open

New Stock Exchange building opens in Capel Court

Madame Tussauds waxworks appear at the Lyceum, Wellington Street

1803

August Charles Jeffreys, Uncle of Horatio and George Lloyd received his passing certificate as lieutenant, issued by the Admiralty.

Commercial Road, from Whitechapel to Limehouse, built

1804

Stables and Riding School built for the Prince Regent in Brighton, later to become the Brighton Dome.

1805

New Theatre Royal, Bath opens

Theatre Royal, Queen Street, Glasgow Opens

London Docks at Wapping open

1806

Theatre Royal, Brighton Begins Building

Nelson buried at St Paul's Cathedral

East India Docks open

Olympic Theatre, in Wych Street, opens

Argyll Music Rooms open in Little Argyll Street

1807

9th of November - Horatio Lloyd, Arthur Lloyd's Father, Born

Theatre Royal, Brighton Opens

Gas light first publicly demonstrated, in Pall Mall

Grand Surrey Canal basin opens

1808

Second Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, opens

Tottenham Court Fair, held at junction of Euston and Hampstead Roads, abolished

1809

May 10th - George Thomas Lloyd, brother of Horatio Lloyd and uncle of Arthur Lloyd, Born

Third Drury Lane Theatre destroyed by fire

Lyceum Theatre opens

Deptford - Croydon canal opens

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