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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashtead

    church. Ashtead Grange is the seat of Mr. W. T. Birts ; Forest Lodge of Mr. Augustus Meyers ; Caen Wood of Captain Warner . Many new houses are springing up about Ashtead . Near the station is an extensive

    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    money to buy 100 a., of which 9 a. east of Millfield Lane were resold to the owners of Caen Wood Towers and Beechwood subject to a ban on building. Ken wood itself and the lakes south of the mansion,

    Hornsey , including Highgate Highgate Highgate in 1873

    94 and perhaps was used much earlier as a way to the bishop's hunting lodge; 95 it was called Caen Wood Lane in 1774 , 96 shortly before stretches were diverted a few yards farther north to avoid Fitzroy House

    Index K-Z

    , see Westminster St. Pancras , boro., burial bd., cemetery in Finchley , chars., ch., dom. bldgs.: Beechwood , Caen Wood Towers, Fitzroy Ho ., Kenwood Ho ., farm and farm-ho., Fitzroy , Highgate cemetery , Highgate (part of) in,

    Index A-J

    Byron Cottage , Byron Villas , C.P.A.S. , see Church Pastoral Aid Soc. Cadbury Bros. , and see Schweppes Caen Wood Towers , Cage: Jas., Phil., Caine , Sir Hall , Caird St. , Calder , Wm., Callard , Abraham,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; and it is saiul tbat he was paying his addresses to a young lady an a visit tt Caen Wood wheit the catastrophe took place. j INQUesT Ote LIZIoT. COX, OF TIe NAvv.-rhis gentleman lout an end to bis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the civil at another. The assessment to the parish of St. Pancras, of 8501. on Lord Malls- field's house, Caen Wood, against which his Lordship appealed, has been confirmed at the Middlesex Sessions. The Hon. Edw. Geo. Granville Howard, has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    palace at half-past three o'clock on Thursday afternoon, for the residence of the Earl antd Countess of Mansfield. at Caen Wood. At an early hour in the morning. the vicinity of Hampstead presented an unusual appear- ance of activity and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than for the reader's, Speaking in the last chapter (which is most agreeably written) of Lord Mansfield's retreat at Caen Wood, Lord Campbell remarks that a few years ago, " thefashionable world had an opportunity " of appreciating the taste Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and "Hyperion," were all penned amidst its pleasant woods and groves. In the lane leading from Milfield Lane to Caen Wood, called " Poet's Lane," Keats, with Hunt, first met Coleridge, who after- wards described the young poet as "a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    Caddywiddy , Edward Cadiz fleet, the Governor of Cadiz Bay Cadroy , Stephen Caen Wood Cage , Vavazor Cailleau , Stephen Cairnes , Mr. Caipe , Richard Calais attempt on bombardment of French preparations at See Cales. Calais Cliffs , Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, Corrections to volumes 2 and 3

    keeps in his own hands, consists of about 100 acres. P. 349. The Earl of Mansfield being lately deceased, Caen Wood is now the seat of the Countess Dowager. Bagniggewells , & c. P. 381. The water of Bagnigge-wells is

    William III, March 1696, 01 March 1696-31 March 1696

    another what they should do upon that invasion. It was resolved that those who had horses should rendezvous towards Caen Wood; those, who had none, should get near the Tower, to join Sir John Friend's party. There was a regiment Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    alias Calewell , Beds, near Ickleford, Herts, I. g. 981 (42). Cadyngtons or Caryngtons , Herts, I. p. 545. Caen Wood (Camewood), Midd., II. g. 241 (20). Caerkennen (Carykennen), in Wales, I. p. 556. Cagny , sieur de. See Mesneige,

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

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    JOHN SAUNDERS, JOHN NIXON, Theft, 06/07/1814

    William earl of Mansfield . THOMAS BYE. I am a servant to the right-honorable William earl of Mansfield, at Caen Wood . An ass was lost from his premises, on the 23rd of June, at night, or early in the

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