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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Tottenham Grammar School

    Tottenham ( 1840 edn.), ii. 219. Ibid. ( 1818 edn.), 187-8. Ibid. ( 1840 edn.), ii. 232. Handbill at Bruce Castle ; Groves, Tottenham G.S . 8. Schs. Enquiry Com . [ 3966 - XI ] H.C., pp. 41-42 (

    Tottenham Manors

    to Thomas Smith , who lived at Grove House and finally separated Bruce Castle from the lordship by selling the estate to Ayton Lee . Bruce Castle passed from Ayton to his cousin Richard Lee , a London banker, and

    Tottenham Growth before 1850

    134, 203. Tottenham Man. Rolls ( 1377-99 ), 192. 204. Bruce Castle Mus ., MR/76 (TS. transl. pp. 32-3). Robinson , Tottenham , i. 61-4. See p. 337. Bruce Castle Mus ., MR/7 (TS. transl. p. 23). L. & P.

    Tottenham Growth after 1850 TOTTENHAM DEVELOPMENT FROM THE MID 19TH CENTURY

    Mus ., 18-21. See p. 324. Bruce Castle Mus ., Tottenham sales, i, no. 2. See p. 352. Illus. Lond. News , 26 June 1847 . A. H. Eason , Fishmongers' and Poulterers' Inst . 42-3, and Bruce Castle

    Tottenham Education

    Three Doz. Yrs., Hist. of Downhills Sel. Cent. Sch . 6, 10. Bruce Castle Mus ., Boro. of Tottenham Devel. Plan for Educ . 1946, 8. Bruce Castle Mus ., Boro. of Tottenham educ. cttee. min. bk . 1945-6 ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Tottenham

    Townsend, Esq. to Thomas Smith, Esq. of Gray's Inn, who is now lord of the said manors. Bruce Castle . Bruce Castle, the site of the ancient manor of Bruses, may now be considered as the manor-house of Tottenham, the

    Index, B

    , Thomas, merchant, of St. Ives, 386. Broxbourne , Brokesborne, Great and Little, Herts, 534. -, Baas in, 628. Bruce Castle , Bruces, in Tottenham, Middx., manor, 755. Brudenell , Brudnell, Brutnell, Edmund, gent., 165. -, -, Joan sister of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John, Caergrawnt, ac yn Eighth Wrangler, a bn yn Athraw Rhifyddol llwyddianus yn Ysgal Ramadegol Man- chester, ac ysgol Bruce Castle. Bu Ilawer o ymdriniaeth ar Addysg yn y Gymanfa Egiwysig yn Leeds. Yr amean mawr wrth gwrs oedd cael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five every Saturday; at Mr Ruight's, Pallmall East; and at Hazeowood School, near Birmingham; and also, after April, at Bruce Castle; FORtElGN CIRCULATING LIBRRJAY, Ecluesively devoted to Foreign l4terature, 4 Broad street, Exchange B 0o S E Y and S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCHOOL-The Proprietors of HAZELWOOD I SCHOOL respectfully announce, that they intend to open at Midsummer :fext,a BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT at BRUCE CASTLE, near Tottenham. 'his Establishuent wvill be conducted by Messrs HILL, brothers (two f the Proprietors of Hazelwvood School) on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Mr uinigh ' I, Pallmall EBat; end at Hazelwood School, near Biiriingham ; end also, after April, at Bruce Castle. PAPER HANGINGS on SALE, at 2d. per yard and u waoos: and at 6d. per yard aosd upwards for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tin Are every Saturday; at Mr Knight's, PaMall East n ad at Hazeiwod Schoo near Birminghama; and also at Bruce Castle. - - I HE M USICAL W4O G LD is respectfully informed. tht 3. BOOSREYand CO. 28 Holles street. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Thrale Place, Surrey, 1792

    Thrale Place, Surrey A large house with a triangular pediment above the front door and rounded wing to right, seen through trees across parkland, with sheep in the foreground and the sun throwing shadows to left; illustration to the

    Bruce Castle, Middlesex, 1795

    Bruce Castle, Middlesex A castle with a lantern above the main entrance and a large battlemented tower on the left with an arcade of arches in it, seen from the straight drive, with a man on a laden donkey approaching

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