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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Local Government Borough Of Paddington City of Westminster

    B.G. 1/1 (guardians' min. bk. 1845-7 ), ff. 37-8, 66, 211, 222. Wm. Drouet kept an inf. sch. at Brixton Hill : P.O. Dir. Six Home Counties ( 1845 ). G.L.R.O., Pa. B.G. 1/1, ff. 11, 44, 194, 322. Ibid.

    Lambeth The parish

    designed in the Romanesque style. The parish of ST. SAVIOUR , Brixton Hill , was formed in 1876 . The church, which is in Lambert Road , Brixton Hill , is a large building of rag stone with Bath stone

    Stepney Communications STEPNEY COMMUNICATION

    , and one to Chelsea . Four operators each ran a short-stage coach from south of the Thames ( Brixton Hill , Herne Hill , Sydenham ) to Bow church . The parish was also served by vehicles starting in

    Parishes Streatham

    includes the districts of Balham , Manor Park , Roupell Park and Upper Tooting , and a part of Brixton Hill . A considerable district bore the name of Tooting in the 11th century. 1 Part of this, which then

    Index A-J

    , British National Party , British Union of Fascists , British United Shoe Machinery Co. , Brittain , Wm., Brixton Hill , Lambeth , coach svces. to, Broad , Wm., gdner., Broad St . , Ratcliff (later Ratcliff Highway ),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ient elevation, will supply the south- -ern -part of the metropolis, witbout any pumping, except for some houses on Brixton Hill. The expence of this part of the undertaking is esti- .mated at 391,8751., making a totaleof 1,177,8401. Mr Telford: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 14 nonagenarians were recorded, and the widow of a carman died on 28th January, at 6 Calder Row, Brixton Hill, at the age (as stated) of 104 years. THE IRISH BISHOPS. The following memorial has been presented by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Isles, which raised :£89. h One of the Birmingham circuits (Newtown Row) raised a £'10 176., one in Southport-£07,503., Brixton Hill ;66,861., and over twenty other circuits inore than £02,000, each. In S allotting grants, the largest amount (£63,869.) has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Brixton Hill, and the Brixton Hill Circuit insisted upon its right to have the Rev. T. Sanderson appointed. Mr. Sanderson had been invited to Headingley. Ultimately it was decided that Mr. Sanderson should go to Brixton Hill, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chapel, Steelhouso Lane. The chair was occupied by tls Rev. RH D. Wilson; and the Rev. Mr. Gill, of Brixton Hill, London. attended as a deputation from the parent society. The attendance was numerous, the majority of those present being Subscribers-only content

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