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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Hampstead Town HAMPSTEAD TOWN AND FROGNAL IN 1762

    1704', did not exist in 1762 , the plate may have come from the stabling of Squire's Mount. 35 Cannon Hall (no. 14 Cannon Place ), named from cannons brought by Sir James Cosmo Melville , who occupied it after

    Hampstead Public Services

    to be sold and the proceeds given to the trustees. 6 The engine dated 1810 that was stored at Cannon Hall in 1898 7 may have been the one bought by the trustees; it was kept in a shed in

    Index A-J

    , vicar of, Canfield Gdns., Pl. , Canfield Rd. , Canning , Geo., Cannon , Chas., Cannon Cottage , Cannon Hall , Cannon Hill , Cannon Lane , Cannon Lodge , Cannon Pl . , Canons Pk. , see Edgware

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by his sister-sn- the law, and somne books for the inmates. Ini the af ternoon hey teparty walked to Cannon Hall, Madman's Croppco tentPeas's Pol, Snaff Brfill, and Ribsford'Church, being win piloted by Mr'. Georke Phillips, of Bewdley. An adjourn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the promise alleged in the service of Lady Elizabeth Stanhope, the wife of Mr. John Spencer Stanhope, of Cannon Hall, nearS Barnsley, in Yorkshire, as lady's maid; and that the defendant, Charles Wemyss, was engaged in the employment of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Weat Riding of Yorkshire at the nexct election, Mr. A. Montagu, of M\elton Hall, and Lieutenant.Colonel Stanhope, of Cannon Hall, Barnsley, are to be invited to 1ight the battle. On Friday next, Mr. Darby Griffith will ask the Ohan- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    candidate for this borough in the Liberal in. terest. W~EST PRIDING (SOUTIiePN DTVmIsON), - MIr. 'V. S, Stanhope, of Cannon Hall, near Barnsley, and Mr. C. B. Denison, of Doncaster, have been selected as the Conser- vative candidates. WEXrORD COUxNTY.-Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iS to 1 to £70. wsbean aokd about Cantois hfail and Lucifer coupled, lOG to 0 being accepted abont Cannon Hall, and 20 to 1 about Lucieer eight nout. The weather wats dreadfully hot aod oppressive, and naturally tisa conrse Subscribers-only content

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