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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Teddington Other estates

    three, partly copyhold, of 10-20 acres. Forty-six acres were also allotted to the king, of which 33 lay in Bushy Park . The remaining allotments were all of under 10 acres. 73 In 1862 much of the former common land

    Teddington Economic and social history

    Heinz & Co. Ltd. was until recent years also supplied from the river. 32 The National Physical Laboratory in Bushy Park has employed an increasing number of people since it was opened in 1902 . Since the First World War

    Teddington Introduction

    narrow strip of alluvium along the river. 7 Until recent times a stream rose by the Upper Lodge in Bushy Park and ran north-west formin g the boundary of Teddington and Twickenham for a short way before joining the Thames

    Heston and Isleworth Hounslow Heath

    be doubtful. 20 The 17th century saw more inclosures, mostly small ones, around the heath, including the enlargment of Bushy Park . 21 The park of Whitton Place was extended over the heath in 1726 . 22 In 1754 Rocque

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Le Grice, wife of the Rev. C. V. Le Gtice, of Tre. rarffe-Iroase, Corsrwall. On the 7th inst., at Bushy Park, Wiscklow, the leon. Mrs. tloward. Suddenly, at Fug, Holse, near Dartmouths , Charles Hayne, Lsq. aged 75, Lieutenant-Colonel of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ef StDke Newington, to Agnes Jane, daughter of Dillon Macnamara, Esq. oE Dublin. On Thursday, by special license, at Bushy Park the Hon. - Kennedy, seusod son of the Earl of fCassilis, to Miss Augusta Jlitxclarence.-The Duke of Susset and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ground in Ireland. QUEEN OF PORTUGAL.-The Duke and Duchess of Clarence gave a grand entertainment on Monday evening, at Bushy Park, to the young Queen of Portugal. The young Queen arrived at seven o'clock. Her Majesty was attended by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    courts, &c. The Duke of Wellington was absent from the Cabinet Council, having set off at nine o'clock for Bushy Park, to communicate to the Duke of Clarence (now King William the Fourth) the intelligence of his brother's decease. Immediately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about six o'clock on Saturday morning the 26th it,, set off for Windsor, and proceeded thence without delay to Bushy Park, to comniunitate the intelligence to the Duke of Clarence; and to do homage to that Prince as successor to Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWARD, Ralph (?1802-1873), of Bushy Park, co. Wicklow

    (?1802-1873), of Bushy Park, co. Wicklow Constituency Dates Co Wicklow 22 July 1829 1847 Co Wicklow 27 Apr. 1848 1852 Ofifces Held Col. co. Wicklow militia 1834-71. Biography Howard's father, Member for his family's borough of St. Johnstown, county Donegal,

    SHAW, Robert (1774-1849), of Bushy Park, co. Dublin.

    (1774-1849), of Bushy Park, co. Dublin. Constituency Dates Dublin 31 Mar. 1804 221826 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1799-1800. Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Dublin 1806-7; alderman, Dublin 1808, ld. mayor 1815-16. Ofifces Held Col. R. Dublin city militia 1821-d. Biography Shaw’s

    SHAW, Robert (1774-1849), of Bushy Park, co. Dublin; 31 Merrion Square and Foster Place, Dublin

    (1774-1849), of Bushy Park, co. Dublin; 31 Merrion Square and Foster Place, Dublin Constituency Dates Dublin 31 Mar. 1804 1826 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1799-1800. Ofifces Held Sheriffs" peer, Dublin 1797-1808; sheriff, co. Dublin 1806-7; alderman, Dublin 1808-41, ld. mayor

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Bushy Park

    Place Bushy ParkBushy Park, Middlesex, England Now known as: Bushy Park, London, England Bushy House, in Bushy Park, was the home of the Dowager Queen Adelaide after the death of King William IV and Queen Victoria often visited her

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    HENRY JONES, Violent Theft, 12/09/1781

    . JEREMIAH JEFFERIES sworn. I am coachman to Lady Drake. I was driving my mistress in the carriage in Bushy Park , on the 10th of July last, at about half past three o'clock. The prisoner rode up to me,

 

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