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74 Bridge Street

History of 74 Bridge Street

Originally part of the site of the Dolphin. All Saints’ Passage was previously known as Dolphin Lane.

1820 – 1833

The Cambridge Philosophical Society occupied rooms over Bulstrode’s shop


Christopher S Bulstrode, 43, cabinet & upholsterer employing 22 men and 9 women, b London

Mary Young, 46, housekeeper, b Ely

Jane Robinson, 15, housemaid, b Histon

This is a location that was demolished to make way for Whewell’s Court in the early 1860s.


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