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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Roman Catholicism

    72 opened private boarding sch. for 25 girls in Belle Vue ho., and orphanage and day sch. for girls in Bartram Ho . Large new block linked to Belle Vue built for 100 additional boarders 1887. Boarding sch. later closed,

    Townships Gorton

    , 1842-8 . A branch line going south-east crosses the western part of the township, with a station called Belle Vue , while another branch passes south through the eastern part and has a station called Hyde Road . The

    List of illustrations

    Manor House in the 18th century. From a painting at Goldsmith's Hall, London frontispiece Acton : High Street and Belle Vue c . 1840. From a lithogra ph by J. J. Rawlins in City of London , Guildhall Library (

    Index K-Z

    Belle Vue Rd.) Ball Haye Rd ., see Leek and Lowe : streets (Novi Lane) Ball Haye St ., Ball Lane , plate Barngate St., Bath St., Beggars Lane, Belle Vue Rd. (formerly Back of the Street and Belle Vue

    Wivenhoe Manors and other estates

    Wivenhoe Street , for- merly called Angel tavern, was taken down. 67 A post windmill, in the corner between Belle Vue and Rectory Roads, existed in 1838 and may have been erected in 1816 when John Smith , miller, was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cawsant eu diarfogi. Y CADFRIDOG AMERICANAIDD BURNX SIDE. I Brussels, Hydref 28.-Cyrhaeddodd y Cad4- fridog Burnside, i'r Hotel Belle Vue heddyw, lie y mae y Cadfridogion Sheridan, Forsyth, a Leslie, yn parhau i aros. ADRODDIAD AM YMOSTYNGIAD METZ. GAN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ileiaf. .yfeiriryd -efyd yn-y madd mwy- af pwrpaiol rauiiiog at yr excis byny sydd y addiol a: mxyned i'r Belle Vue ;Garden; Mancheer. Rysbyawydyidebyid fcasgliadftGranfayGwe~ h idaogin yn y Oyfirfod Misoln-ebaf, ab' y derbfnia hefyd yr nit ran a daliaHd; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a alll~sw~l cxfaroll etyt.o1ol 1nwn adlroddl, cum,11 ar ithiod cyfsgifeod dyd.for. aroithto, ac ysgrifern.-Caelfin. GENEDIGAETH. ROBERTS.-Ar y liedicYfleol. yn Belle Vue, Breamn, priod Mr. 'T. D. Ro)erts, M. Inst C. B.u, ar lab, PRIODASAUJ. \VlLrsAefs--dguGolalsesi&r y 24ain cysifisol, yn Llangefnli, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. a Mrs. Davies gan Mri. Evan Ellis, John Griffiths, ])avid Jones, James Thomas, Mesach Hughes, a David Jones, Belle Vue. Terfynwyd y cyfarfod trwy ganu a gweddio; ac ymwahanodd y gynulleidfa, a phob un o honynt yu dymuno hir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , ?RITYGOL CYTJ.RU- Cynbaliwyd. cyfarfodydd bly-nv.dold y Brifvsgpld yn y.d Aberystwyth'114dydd Miawrthl yr 22ahi cyrifitbL.z 'Y iaiius, yn .y Ii~dd; Ddirwestal, g'an y Proffeswr Prry syr a'r efrydwyr cerddorol, dan lywyddiaeth y Pareh. J. gi Griffiths, jiflorioi Cdsfbl nedd'. Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CONS.CP.1835/11

    Belle Vue(Belle Vue) : undefined Participant: Martha Lea [Lee] Role: witness Details: female; 25; Spinster Employment: Servant (Cook) to the Melvill family Location: Featherstone (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Purston Jaglin (Purston) : township Sandal Magna (YorkshireWestRiding) Belle Vue(Belle Vue) :

 

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