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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ganlyn mewn aceri :- Regent, 406; Hyde, 386; Kensington, 245; Victoria, 223; Battersea, 129; Greenwich, 190; Southwark, 63;. Green Park, 60; St. James, 58; Kensington, 19. Y mae y parciau oddiallan i'r dref, ond yn y eyffiniau, yn 4,200 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ymddiriedolwyr ar eiddo y Cyf- undeb yn Tryddyn.--- Tryddyn, Mri. Williai.. Davies, Pentre; Henry Smith, Tycapel; Gabriel Williams, Green Park; Thos. Williams, Shop; A Robert Jones, Tyddyn; John Goodwin, Pen- a- stryd; W. Jones, Chwarel; Thomas Evan Wil- ry Subscribers-only content

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    Vfiday mornhigi when'Town- wdnt in pursuit of her, be learned that she had drown- edersef in the Bascnl, indIbe Green Park. It appeared hat thfe Earl of Moiras while looking eat -of his window, sawr lted plusge in, and, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    idZCgr: die was familiarly -accosted by a tall ladyj elegantly dresrd, and prevailed upon tfo accompany her tnrough the Green Park, to h~r residence in Half Moon-street, Picradilly4 tn partake of a comfnnrtable supper; and as soon as they arrived Subscribers-only content

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    was indignant at the idea of reproach; and hurried out with her servant to take the air in the Green Park. She desired him to remain at the gate, as she should walk for a short time; and it appears Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    359, 385, 399, 412, 575, 590, 601. -, Elizabeth, 299. -, George, 354. -, James, a felon, 152, 156. Green Park , St. James's, repairs to Grove in. & c., 93. Greenaway . See Greenway. Greencloth , Board of, clerk

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 12 May 1830, 12 May 1830-12 May 1830

    administrators and assigns, for the term of ninety-nine years, a piece of ground on the east part of the Green Park , containing in length about forty-nine feet eleven inches, and in breadth about thirty-one feet three inches, at an

    Index, G, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    alias Henry Greenwood, 435. -, James, Bluemantle, 461. -, Nicholas, 195. -, Robert, tidesman, 147. -, Thomas, 345, 437. Green Park . See St. James's Park. Greencloth , Board of, 54, 55, 93, 166, 215, 537, 538. See Reed, T.;

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

    to the lodge upon the park wall, where the turnpike lately stood; to new rail the Grove in the Green Park, which is the only shelter for the deer; new gravel Birdcage Walk and the road from bottom of same

    Index, G, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    -, John, 246, 435. -, Ralph, 688, 756. -, Robert, 216, 688, 756, 764, 770. -, William, 231, 433. Green Park . See St. James's Park. Greenaway , William, sheriff of Norwich, 625. Greencloth , Board of, 12, 76 7,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ANDREWS, Miles Peter (c.1742-1814), of Bignore, nr. Dartford, Kent and Green Park,, Mdx.

    Bignore, nr. Dartford, Kent and Green Park,, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bewdley 1796 18 July 1814 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. commdt. Prince of Wales’s loyal vols. 1803. Ofifces Held Dir. Globe Insurance Co. 1805-d. Biography Andrews’s father intended him for a business

    FREDERICK, Charles (1709-85), of Hammersmith, Mdx.

    Mrs. Frederick are in Berkeley Square - he the busiest, she the idlest, mortal living. He is in the Green Park from 8 in the morning till 4 in the afternoon, has an office built there for him. The rest

    PULTENEY, William (1684-1764).

    lt. Salop 1761-d. Biography Pulteney was the heir to the Pulteney estate, lying between St. James’s Street and the Green Park, held from the Crown on a 99-year lease, bringing in £10,000 a year.[footnote] His grandfather, Sir William Pulteney, M.P.

    BANKES, William John (1786-1855), of Soughton Hall, Northop, Flints.

    out on 31 Aug. 1841, when he was arrested and charged with indecently exposing himself with a guardsman in Green Park. According to the police, he initially tried to pass himself off as an unemployed servant called Harris and, when

    LONG, Charles (1760-1838), of Bromley Hill Place, Kent

    as commissioner of woods and forests, was in dispute with George IV over the ownership of a piece of Green Park, condemned Long as "a complete courtier", who "always acquiesces in anything the king says and never dares contest a

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    London, Green Park

    Place London, Green Park London, Green Park, England On the night of her coronation, Queen Victoria watched the beautiful fireworks in Green Park from a balcony in Buckingham Palace. Contemporary view: Green Park lies on the south side of the

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

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    JAMES GALL, DANIEL CHAMBERS, JOHN TURWOOD, Violent Theft, 19/07/1786

    working man ; on the 29th of May, as I and Mr. Ellis was returning from Knightsbridge, through the Green Park , I was seized by the collar, a little after nine in the evening, by the tall man, whose

    RICHARD FARRELL, Theft, 28/10/1818

    law writer , and live in George's-row, Chelsea. On the 30th of September, about noon, I was in the Green Park , just come off a journey. I laid down on the grass to sleep; I had a 1l. bank

    WILLIAM COCKIN, WILLIAM MILES, Violent Theft, 17/04/1776

    for that they in a certain place called the Green Park, near the King's highway, in and upon James Lake did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, and stealing from his person a


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