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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clapham

    , and the Plymouth Brethren have meeting-houses at Carfax Square and in the Clapham Park Road . There are also Roman Catholic churches in Clapham Park Road and on the 'South Side' of the Common. ADVOWSONS There is no mention

    Parishes Clapham

    the present building, which is some little distance from the church. A private road near the church leads to Clapham Park , a fine modern building of the Elizabethan type standing on high ground to the south of Claph am

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Bruce, 64, Boundary Road, N.W. Mr. Robert Amos, Aydon Gardens, Alnwick. Mr. J. Goodman, 6, Alver Bank, West-rd., Clapham Park. SW. Parch. Josiah Thomas, M.A., a ddywedodd fod yn arferol i'r cenhadon fydd yn bresenol -i. fod yn aelodau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunday last, at his residence, Scinde House, Clapham Park, in his seventy-fifth year. Distinguished as a gallant and successful soldier, he was no less famed in literature, illustrating with his pen the history of that profession already honoured by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    guineas, and the annual subscription five. On Wednesday morning a race with velocipedes took place between three gentlemen in Clapham Park. The distance was tlwv miles, and the stakes 151. A very spirited contest resulted in Mr Vonrio winning by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with kingeups, and hedges white with the may. Past some houses again, and into the long broad avenues of Clapham Park. Was not this Clapham Common, with its golden gorse, and gigantic birch-trees? They dip into another hollow, and rise Subscribers-only content

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    1792, Sunday the 5th must be his eighty-sixth and not his eighty-fifth birth. day. A second correspondent, signing " Clapham Park," wrote contemptuously in reply to this, saying that, if the first correspondent were not a very ignorant person, he Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, August 1583, 01 August 1583-31 August 1583

    Warrant under the signet granting him in fee simple one-third part of lands, lately escheated to the Crown, near Clapham Park, and in the parishes of Goldington and Ravensden, co. Bedford, found by inquisition taken at Bedford, September 7, 1582,

    Index, C, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    (Liucluden ?), the provost of; 51. Clandeboy , in Ireland; 67. Clan William , the Bourkes of. See Bourkes. Clapham Park , Beds; 9. Clarencieux King of Arms ; 185. Clarencieux and Garter , threatened amalgamation of the offices; 71.

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