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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .,, ;unrorr Jdatsa>j ;wn , eic ; ?,hawddif . geneyd dinfi ido-ynyMeeiwl. G Dr e oitliw gorau mawrion y Crystal Palace ydyw gwneyd i'r gyd. gaD hon ddyweyd; ei- meddail bob traoyr Xot trossti. 'Ymlaen, ynilaen,' Judas (Handel), gsan. g6r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mean nifer ac g yn bwriadu cystadlu yn mis Mehefin nesaf am y wobr o fil o bunau yn Crystal Palace. [ Nid mil o bunau, and gwnithetFyddydol o werth milto aunau.J Mae yr holl chwarelydd yn ardal Ffestiuiog wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cyfarfod, a siaradai vn unbel am y cor a'i arweinydd. Bwriada v Pencerdd, dechreuvdd a phrif gyfarwyddwr y Crystal Palace National Music Meetings, roddi dau grngerdd Cyrnreig yn Liverpool, ddydd Sadwrn, Ionawr 17eg, 1864, gogyfer a pha rai y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mis v ba Mri. g Moody a Sankey yma yn bresenol gyda ni. Dvclimyg- a wch fod y Bibble Crystal Palace in y Botanic Gardens i' -yr adeilad anferth hwnw-yn flawn bob nos a chyn- y ulleidfa wahanol bob tro. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eddwr a enillasai y'prize blaeuaf yn St. James's Hall, o 3Op., un srall oec'd weli enill lOp. yn y Crystal Palace, heblaw tua dwsiu eraill oeddynt wedi enll prszes Megn gWimtignOj'la-fa'n 'olr YrE~difffis. ' ' Ii wir, yr oeid Yv~r Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Raine_s Foundation Schools

    in East and West London , 194-7. Latterly the celebration sometimes took the form of an outing to the Crystal Palace . The lot table and canister are preserved at the schools. The last and 164th award was in 1892

    Smethwick Economic history

    ( 1950 edn.), 38-40, 43-53, 73, 149, 154-6; C. R. Fay , Palace of Industry , 1851, 12-16, 70, 95; Yvonne ffrench, The Great Exhibition , 1851, 94, 96, 103-6, 108-9, 142-3, 167. The glass for the Crystal Palace

    Sport, ancient and modern Football

    when the Football Association was formed. The clubs represented were the War Office F. C., the Crusaders, the Forest, Crystal Palace , Kilburn , Barnes and the Rugby clubs of Kensington School , Surbiton , Blackheath , and Percival House

    Parishes Battersea with Penge

    at Farnham . Private Act , 7 & 8 Geo. IV, cap. 35. Guide to the Crystal Palace (Routledge, 1854); ibid. ( Crystal Palace Co. 1856). Gent. Mag . (new ser.), xlii, 64. Evidence given before the Ct. of Inquiry

    Smethwick Introduction

    Walls from 1842. 31 Charles Fox ( 1810-74 ), the engineer, knighted in 1851 for his work on the Crystal Palace , was a partner at the London Works from 1840 to 1856 . 32 James Timmins Chance ( 1814-1902

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 30th July 1851

    of C. by a Mr Haywood that the House should address the Crown, with the view to permitting the Crystal Palace to remain up till the 1rst of May. The proposal was carried by a majority of 45! The Govt

    Tuesday 11th November 1851

    things we have bought at the Exhibition, & also things that have been given. There we went to the Crystal Palace . The flags have been removed & the English side almost entirely empty. On the foreign side, there are

    Monday 22nd March 1852

    new Judge Advocate, & finally the Dss of Atholl, after which we drove in the Parlt & passed the Crystal Palace , full of people, though otherwise empty, but it brought back so vividly its glories & delights, & the

    Saturday 17th April 1852

    warmer morning, when we walked out. - On coming in, saw Ld Derby & only talked of the Crystal Palace , which is daily becoming a more difficult problem. I still hope it may remain up. - After luncheon finished

    Thursday 29th April 1852

    mention yesterday, that I was pleased with Mr Henley , an elderly man who spoke very sensibly about the Crystal Palace & how natural it was to wish to see the scene of the glories of last year, remain where

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Handel Commemoration Festival

    soraoxY^o s.iaaxYH jo TYuaAas worn sKOixoaiais 'Hiiaa ax Ma^Kixiaa anx •6S8I 'aOVlVd TVXSAHO lYAIISai MOIIYaOWaWHOO laaMYH HANDEL COMMEMORATION FESTIVAL, CRYSTAL PALACE, 1859. On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22nd, WILL BE PEEFORMED THE DETTINGEN TE DEUM, AND SELECTIONS FROM SEYEKAL OF HANDEL'S ORATORIOS. Subscribers-only content

    Blondin at the Crystal Palace

    on the last occasion." BLONDIN AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE. On Saturday afternoon M. Blondin made his first appearance? before an English audience on a rope stretched along the top of the? Crystal Palace transept, nearly 2(X) feet from the ground. Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Juno 22nd. Blon'lBrfn''fio^f'''^'^"~J'' •^^'¦^^y '' P^'^^^to performance was given by M.? Eeei # B f ' dining-room of the Crystal Palace. Hhherta we? roile wMch uf '''' i"- f ^''"^"^ '"^""^^^ difficult operations on the tight-? Xch the pv^ rr'^'''^^ Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Theater, autograph card] (^ o- / ' yt. <¦ 7 w^^O lir :|!.J5l ,: :¦ ,M ^ o- / ' yt. <¦ 7 w^^O lir :|!.J5l ,: :¦ ,M ^ (^ \\i-\h. .Ml ''^^^^^ia^^l^/^cJ^^^ yA^rly ^a^4y ^^^^<^ ^^^. Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Theater, autograph card] A ^ '<> )¦ 3^ ' ' Ih ¦¦ !¦ 'Ii :! !l :ilM hi ll ¦ i'^ i I 1 ^a^ ^^^^-^rWi m J r S3 r. ^ w N^ f-V^s nl ^-^ ^-' ^ Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Crystal Palace Lodge

    742 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Longton Hotel, Sydenham, London 1858 Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1858 Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Ealing, London 1873 Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1879

    West Kent Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1297 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Forest Hill Hotel, Stanstead Road, Forest Hill, London 1870 Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1879

    Paxton Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1686 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1877 Surrey Masonic Hall, Camberwell New Road, Camberwell, London 1881

    Excelsior Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Sydney Arms, Lewisham Road, Deptford, London 1867 White Swan, High Street, Deptford, London 1886 Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1893 Royal Crystal Palace Hotel, Upper Norwood, London 1894

    Anerley Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1397 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Thicket Hotel, Anerley Raod, Anerley, London 1872 Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1890 Clarence Hall, Anerley Road, Anerley, London 1891

  • * British History Online *

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    Observations on the Clothworkers' Company

    of workmanship in cloth m anufacture and dyeing, by giving medals in connection with the recent Exhibitions at the Crystal Palace and Bradford. As regards general education, they have established a scheme for making grants in aid of the education

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.301-end

    an inn called Gerrard's Hall, in 1784. The crypt survived till 1852. The stonework was then removed to the Crystal Palace to be there set up; but this design was never fulfiled, and the stones were used for other purposes.

    Evidences, 1882, Mr. James Beal

    hurt at Highgate he has to be brought to Gray's Inn Lane, or if he be hurt at the Crystal Palace he has to be brought up to Westminster Bridge. We want reconstruction of our hospital arrangements, and I propose

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part II

    pieces of land which had been taken by them at the price of 250 l .; and (4) the Crystal Palace and South London Junction Railway Company for enforcing the payment of the sum of 4,006 l ., being the

 

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