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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chesterton Economic history

    1973 and 1974 , and Napps , which from 1983 employed 320 people. 76 The success of the Trinity College Park induced St. John's College to start, upon the 17 a. left of its adjoining farm after the bypass was

    Willesden Social and cultural activities

    dramatic and music societies mostly used halls or schools for their plays and concerts. 22 In 1963 the former College Park Methodist church in Victor Road was leased to the Theatre Centre Co. 23 Willesden Hippodrome opened in High Street

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNIVERSITY V. THE AMERICAN ELEVEN. This, the opening match of the American tour, was com- meoced yesterday, in the College Park, Dublin, its very line weather. The attendance was fairly large, and the home team winning the toss went in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .._._74 DUBLIN UNIVKRSITY PAST AND PRESENT v. PHILADELPHIALNS (TWELVE A SIMt). The Philadelphians began their tour yesterday in the College Park, Dublin, when they were opposed by a pretty strong team representing the Past and Present of the University. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 01 DTBLIEN UNIVERSITY PAST AND PRESENT v. PHILADELPHIANS (Twsr~vE A SD) This match was resumed yesterday, in the College Park, Dublin, when play of a very interesting description was wiJ- nessed. Overnight the Philadelphians had lest five wickets for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A cricket match between the United South of Englan4 Eleven and Twenty-two of Dublin University commences yesterday, in the College Park, Dublin. The Eleven werp out for 143. The Dublin go in to-morrow. The ship Challenger, of London, from MaIdon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Salop. Nat-han NovArd, 3, Essex Terrace, High Road, Lee, Kent, builder; also in partnership with Abraham, Haimmond, and Nevard, College Park, Lewvisheam, Kent. LIQUIDATIONS BY AR1I'iNGRMEMSNT. Tbornas Lloyd 'A'lcock, Stourbridge, grocer. First mceting at the ofliee of Mfr. Frederick Corbett, Subscribers-only content

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