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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 29th May 1838

    Memorial, - A statue of the Duke which they wish to place on the top of the Arch on Constitution Hill . Ld M. said that Ld Duncannon saw no objection to it but that he wanted to speak to

    Thursday 28th June 1838

    Got up at 7, feeling strong & well. The Park presented a curious spectacle, - crowds of people up Constitution Hill , - soldiers, Bands, &c. & After having a little breakfast, went into my Dressingroom, where I put on

    Thursday 11th October 1838

    the Duke of Wellington's statue, which he still thinks would look well on the top of the Arch on Constitution Hill . Stayed up till ¼ p. 11. - Version Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 5 2nd October 1838-31st December 1838

    Saturday 2nd February 1839

    particular, should be afflicted; & said "Now this looks very unfavourable". He told me he had met Palmerston, on Constitution Hill (which had made him late, he feared) & had desired him to speak to Howick. Palmerston answered that he

    Tuesday 23rd April 1839

    won't be able to stop him”, said Lord M. Lord M. met the Duke of W . walking up Constitution Hill , with an umbrella, which Lord M. think he had been to see Ma. Lord M. said Lord Essex

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: harriers

    Paddington Goods Station and the hunt accompanied the Prince of Wales to Marlborough House , riding through Hyde Park and Constitution Hill in hunting dress. 28 Reminiscences of a Huntsman , 18. The Queen's Hounds and Staghunting Recollections , 147.

    Wellington Education

    schools at Constitution Hill , and 49 infants were admitted from the infant school there. 20 Serious overcrowding in the junior and infant schools, due to council-house building, was temporarily relieved in 1941 by making Constitution Hill a junior and

    Wellington Protestant nonconformity

    ancient parish outside the coalfield townships survived to represent the long established nonconformist denominations: a Union Free church in Constitution Hill formed by Congregationalists and Baptists, and a Methodist (formerly Wesleyan) church in New Street . Benjamin Wright is said

    Public Education King Edward VI Elementary Schools

    Iddens (sen.), 130, Digbeth ( 1775-1792 ) Samuel Iddens (jun.) ( 1792-1801 ) The Revd. Thomas Hayward , 4, Constitution Hill ( 1801-1803 ) John Matthews , Sheep St. ( 1803-1808 ) Charles Buckton , Coleshill St., 67, High St

    Outlying townships Molescroft Mol escroft , 1803

    1803 . Carr Close or Low Field Farm, later Molescroft Grange , was put up by 1805 , 49 Constitution Hill Farm c . 1810, 50 and Carr House or Molescroft Carr Farm by 1811 . 51 A licensed house

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4,400p. Da genyf weled fod cyngor trefol Aber- ystwyth wedi pasio penderfyniad gweddol gryf yn erbyn trwyddedu tafarndy ar Constitution Hill. Er ei hol1 fanteision, mae gan Aberystwyth un o'r cynghorau trefol mwyaf diasgwrn cefin yn Nghymru, ac nid bob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cc iw gyd-yuadon, am w rthod y d -y- O 4ded i werith - idio lycid m eddwol ar Constitution Hill, G Galw syi yw at Gasgilad y Dryserfa Sirol1 ;gan yr Ycgrienydti -l-hai we hen ei wneyd , Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was senteiiced to one month'y imprisonment in NIW. Chamber!ain, for Manslaughter, in driving a 8g , ever a omanon Constitution Hill, to a yedr's imprison- i. 'lte 1fDuse of Correction. wighteon *ere sentenced to fronsported for seven year-; eight fr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r ,t'e. In pr eep o the P ace by -CONSTITUTION Hill! The animus is thus betrayed, declared boasted. Constitution Hill was a path odious to him, whose object is every thing unconstitutional. What does he intend to signify but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tiesdavafternoon, as his lordship was riding down Constitution Hill, St James's Park, on his way to the House of Lords, his lordship's horse stumbled and fell, threw his lordship, and rolled over him. His lordship was picked up senseless, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Old Wrekinian Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Primitive Methodist School Rooms, Tan Bank, Wellington, Shropshire, England 1934 Methodist School Room, Ten Bank, Wellington, Shropshire, England 1953 Masonic Hall, Constitution Hill, Wellington, Shropshire, England 1971

    Uxacona Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Parish Hall, Wombridge, Oakengates, Shropshire, England 1938 Forest Glen, Wellington, Shropshire, England 1960 Masonic Hall, Constitution Hill, Wellington, Shropshire, England 1971

    Forester Lodge

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Methodist Schoolroom , Tan Bank , Wellington, Shropshire, England 1952 The Masonic Hall , Constitution Hill, Wellington , Telford, Shropshire , England 1987

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1730, 04 March 1730-30 March 1730

    in St. James's Place, the back, front, and garden whereof adjoin to that part of the said park called Constitution Hill, to open two or three lights into the said park from the back kitchen, and to place rails there,

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1743, 01 March 1743-31 March 1743

    said walk; to raise the ground at the margin of the water; to repair the lodges, especially that on Constitution Hill, and the rails which divide the two parks; and to clean the Looking Glass and the little ponds in

    Index, C, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    Revenue, and a Commissioner of Excise, Ireland, 154. Constantinople , 430. Constat , 409, 410, 442 (and see Leases). Constitution Hill , St. James's Park, 338. Consular service . See Ambassadors. Contingencies (Army pay) , 38, 394, 430. Contractor for

    Index, C, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Marmaduke, 755, 768, 775. Constable . See Dublin Castle; Windsor Castle; Tower. Constantine , Francisco, 789. Constantinople , 352. Constitution Hill . See Streets. Contingencies of the Army , 293, 322, 500. -, -, in Flanders, 33. -, -, in

    Index, S, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    560. Cannon Street, 113. Charing Cross, 84, 88, 129, 135, 148, 255, 258, 349, 370, 751. Clarges Street, 467. Constitution Hill, 255 Covent Garden, 216, 356, 560. Denham Buildings, 431, 799, 829. Duke Street, Westminster, 578, 697. Falcon Court, 584.

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

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    John Wisdell, John Temple, Violent Theft, 18/05/1738

    Laundress at Kensington. James Little . A little after 9 at Night, May the 7th, I was going up Constitution Hill , and a Man turn'd short upon me, and said he wanted some Money. What then, says I, D

    JOHN WATTS, Violent Theft, 20/02/1782

    Mr. Silvester's coachman , I was stopped by two men on Saturday evening, a few minutes before eight, on Constitution hill ; the prisoner came and asked me for my money, I struck at him immediately, another came to his

    JOHN BRIANT, Sexual Offences, 20/09/1797

    and he put his hand upon my mouth, so that I could make no noise; he carried me upon Constitution hill , and flung me down upon my back, just by the bason, near the rails. Q. The upper bason


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