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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Inns

    Music Club, which had a predilection for Handel, though Mozart, Haydn, and Purcell also figured on its handbills. The Cambridge Town and County Choral Society held its fortnightly meetings at the ' Hoop ' from 1830 to 1847 , and

    Sport

    Subsequently there was racing from time to time and several town rowing clubs were formed, the earliest being the Cambridge Town (later City of Cambridge ) R.C. in 1863 . In 1868 those clubs formed a Cambridge Eight-oared Racing Committee,

    Parishes Ash

    Duke of Cambridge , the Staff College was built in 1862 , the extension of York Town was called Cambridge Town , but was soon changed to Camberley for postal convenience, and under that name has become the most important

    The city of Cambridge Constitutional history

    the first half of the 14th century that the practice began of devolving some of the functions of the Cambridge town assembly upon a smaller group. The town records are too fragmentary for their silence to be conclusive. Though given

    Parishes Sawston

    Babraham Road in the north, where there was a stone cross. The extremities were known as Brook End and Cambridge Town 's End. 31 A few cottages were built on the roads leading off High Street , 32 but settlement

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a magnificent sword of honour, which has just been nmanufactured for the occasion. At a tmasting of the Cambridge Town Council on Thursday, Lord acauley w as elected High Steward of the borough, in the room of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four quarters of the year 1859 was, respectively, 1,129,6691. (April); 1,026,9891. (July); 1,014,9871. (October); and 1,027,3611. (January, 1860). The Cambridge Town Council have adopted a resolution expressive of deep sorrow at the death of Lord Macaulay, and referring to his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the -woolsack at the usual liour.-Tlte followitig bills were read a asecend time Elliott's Trust Estate, Snnningdale and Cambridge Town Raile; ay' Wiulrbcomhe Roads, St John's Chapel (Portses), Prestoll Gas Bill, Brierley Hill Gas, and Newport Pagnell Railway.-Tlle following Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gladstone and Sir Stafford Northcote are ex- Cian pected to-day. Sir Clarles Dilke is already at Camhridge. cIs The Cambridge Town Council will adjonr after electing O!il the Mayor, anr'the Corporation will then attend the Cot funeral en, oassce. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Police Court, pi lanon at charge of dealing in plate without a license, a ii AtO meeting of the Cambridge Town Council, yeeter- S I JTday, it was reseived to presexit anl address to P'rince II iear. Edward of Wales Subscribers-only content

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