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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Boxing

    advent of the redoubtable Tom Sayers . Coming from Sussex at an early age that great fighter settled at Camden Town , and step by step fought his way to the top of the tree. During his career he contested

    Schools The North London Collegiate School

    opened the North London Collegiate School for Ladies at 46 (later renumbered 12) Camden Street . Camden Town was then a professional neighbourhood near both Hampstead and the City, and 35 daughters of gentlemen and 'the most respectable' tradesmen assembled

    Hampstead Communications HAMPSTEAD COMMUNICATIONS

    Haverstock Hill to Chalk Farm , where the Adelaide and Britannia taverns were popular boarding points, and thence to Camden Town . 63 By 1838-9 one of the omnibuses ran along Edgware Road to Kilburn and in 1856 as many

    Islington Communications Islington and Stoke Newington communications

    via Battle Bridge . Camden Road and Seven Sisters Road was the last of the major through routes, from Camden Town to Tottenham . Begun in 1825 , it had reached Holloway when the Metropolitan turnpike trust was created in

    Paddington Communications PADDINGTON COMMUNICATIONS PADDINGTON c. 1750

    Camden Town were said to be quicker than road transport. 70 Other boats occasionally operated throughout the year, conveying both passengers and parcels in 1831 . 71 Summer excursions by former working narrow boat from Little Venice to Camden Town

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GiLBzY's STORES.--The 'Standard' O lst Friday, in a long account of Measrs. W. & A. Gilbey's New Stores at Camden Town, gives some interesting details. It appears that the Stores in question have a cellarage and floorage spaee of upwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the blessings of health. Send a stamp directed envelope to the R~ev. G. Bau oNI S6,. E1 igb Street, Camden Town, London, who will reply per return of post. Throat Affections and Hoarseness.-Ail suffering from irritation of the throat'and hoarseness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may enjoy the blessings of health. Send a stamnp directed envelope to the Rev. C. Bagroer, 86, High Stkeet, Camden Town, London, who will reply per return of post. Throat Affeotions and Hoarseness.-AUl saffering from irritation of the throat and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may enjoy the blessings of health. Send a stamp directed envelope to the 1ev. C. BRUNToN, 86, High Street, Camden Town, London, who will reply per return of post. Throat Affections antt Hoarseness,-All suffering fraon irritation of the threoat and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may enjoy the blessings of health. Send a stamp directed envelope to the Rev. C. BRUNTON, 86, High Street, Camden Town, London. who will reply per return of post. Throat Affections and Hoarseness,-All suffering from irritation of the throat and Subscribers-only content

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

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    JOHN PERCIVAL, CHRISTOPHER SPILLER, Theft, 30/10/1793

    a carpenter , the proprietor of the premises on which the lead was stolen, they were a part of Camden Town ; I lost some lead about a month since, about two hundred weight; I lost them from the gutter

    THOMAS CRIPPS, Violent Theft, 13/07/1808

    had a bundle in my hand. Q. Where did you see the prisoner - A. I saw him in Camden town , at a public house; I stopped there to get me half a pint of beer to drink. Q.

    JOHN ROBINSON, Theft, 28/10/1812

    s. his property . MATTHEW JOHN BURR . I am a heraldry chaser . I live at No. 14, Camden Town . I keep the house. I did not know of the robbery until 7 o'clock. Mary Cotterel , my

    CHARLES COOPER, Theft, 21/06/1815

    10 s. the property of Abraham Wirall . ABRAHAM WIRALL . I am a carpenter ; I live at Camden Town . I lost some fowls on the night of the 3rd, or the morning of the 4th of June;

    ROBERT SWINTON, JOHN DAY, Theft, 16/04/1817

    the property of Edward Smith , in his dwelling-house . PETER MOORE . I live opposite Mr. Smith's, at Camden Town . I saw the two prisoners between four and five o'clock in the afternoon of the 3d of April.

 

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