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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, J, K

    of the Backstairs , 301. -, -, chamber keepers to, 389. King's Parks , works in, 445. See also Greenwich Park; Ireland; Windsor Great Park. King's Pictures , payment for repairs to, 221. King's Printers , payment to, 428. King's

    Index, Q, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    jointure of, 367, 421, 428. -, Mary, 597. Queen's , The, apartments. See Hampton Court, Windsor. -, -, garden, Greenwich Park, 16. -, -, hunting, Windsor Forest, 238. -, -, Lease, Bray, 118. -, -, lottery. See Lotteries. -, -,

    Entry Book, June 1673, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    for 334 l . 18 s . 1 d . to Sir William Boreman for so much expended about Greenwich Park. Ibid , p. 235. June 30 Privy seal for 11,289 l . 2 s . 0 d . to

    Index of Subjects, U, Z

    repairing, etc. part of the Star Chamber, 213, 225; repairing the King's Library at St. James, 131; repairs in Greenwich Park and Windsor Great Park, 20, 139; wainscotting a room at Windsor, 228; works in Whitehall, 295; works in the

    Index, J, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Excise officer, 121, 252, 295, 297. -, John, under clerk of Parliament, 404, 514. -, Sir John, keeper of Greenwich Park, 2 65, 288, 304. -, William, 525. Jennison , Henry, 199. Jephson , Francis, sergeant at arms (House of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The PALACE.

    Ranger of Hyde Park . Out Ranger of Windsor Forest . Keepers of Windsor Park , great and little; Greenwich Park ., Hampton-Court Park , New Forest , and Sherwood Forest . Surveyor General of his Majesty's Houses, Castles, Lordships,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AYLMER, Matthew (c.1658-1720), of Westcliffe, nr. Dover, Kent.

    fleet 1708, c.-in-c. 1709-11, 1714-18; commr. of the navy 1694-1702; gov. Deal castle 1701; gov. Greenwich and ranger of Greenwich Park 1714; ld. of Admiralty 1717-18; r.-adm. of Great Britain 1717-d. ; master of Greenwich Hospital for life 1718. Biography

    EDWARDES, William, 1st Baron Kensington [I] (?1711-1801), of Johnston Hall, Pemb.

    a contest: his heir was only a boy. His wife applied in vain to Pitt to become keeper of Greenwich Park or even sweeper of St. James’s Park, 29 Oct. 1791, 31 July, 16 Aug. 1793.[footnote]It is doubtful whether Lord

    JOHNSTONE HOPE, Sir William (1766-1831).

    JOHNSTONE HOPE, Sir William (1766-1831). Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 22 May 1800 1802 Dumfriesshire 8 Nov. 1804 1830 Ofifces Held Entered RN 1777, lt. 1782, cdr. 1790, acting capt. 1790, capt. 1794; col. marines 1811-12; r.-adm. 1812; c.-in-c. Leith

    COTTON, Sir Richard (by 1497-1556), of Bedhampton and Warblington, Hants.

    COTTON, Sir Richard (by 1497-1556), of Bedhampton and Warblington, Hants. Constituency Dates Hampshire Mar. 1553 Cheshire Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Attorney, the sheriffs’ ct. London 15 June 1518-20 Feb. 1526; comptroller, household of Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond 1525-36,

    CHURCHILL, George (1654-1710), of Windsor Little Park

    1702–28 Oct. 1708. Ofifces Held Freeman, Hertford 1698, Portsmouth 1702. Ofifces Held Dep. ranger, Windsor Little Park 1702–d.; ranger, Greenwich Park 1707–d.; elder bro. Trinity House 1704–d., master 1705–7. Biography Overshadowed by his brother’s achievements, Churchill has traditionally been regarded

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei ddyledswyddau milwrol yn Woolwich, y mae Tywysog Ymerodrol alltudiedig Ffrainc wedi bod yn ymwelydd cyson Ali breswylfod yn Greenwich Park. o Mae y Tywysog Seisnig yn cymeryd dyddordeb y mawr yn ei ymwelydd ieuanc trallodus; yr hwn, ar Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool to represent In tile Pttier Regent, that site resigns mionitgan (Montegne) ,Platie, and the title aF Rtinger of Greenwich Park, in Favour of | herdailttilte, as also the house bequealibed to hbr by her mother. The Iprinres of Wyales Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    figures, but we think the blue a little too positive, and also in his magnificent picture 109, 'London fronz Greenwich Park. 'T'his- excellent Artist leans rather too much to a heated colour, wvith a sudden- ness of blue, as does Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Dleptford. He sons a niarried eand sad a family. On the 3Wlth of July 1822, in passsino throuh Greenwich Park on business, he had occasin to turn aside' for a certain pnrpoSe. He was proceeding on his on s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Thos. Corfield, surveyor and architect, who was found with his brains blown out from a pistol shot, in Greenwich Park, on Sunday morning. From the circumstance of the pistol having been found upwards of 200 yards from the body, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Walton

    north still is the county prison; here executions take place. The cemetery for Kirkdale lies near the Fazakerley border. Greenwich Park Athletic Grounds are near it. The principal road, already mentioned, at its entrance into the t ownship from Kirkdale

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    A view of Greenwich Park on Whitsun Monday, 1802

    of Greenwich Park on Whitsun Monday [park, satire] Satire of view in the park with many people enjoying themselves, including in the foreground: a violinist high up on tree on the right, a picnic table fallen underneath, people dancing in

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum, 1811

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum A view of London from Greenwich hill, overlooking Greenwich Hospital and the Thames; with deer in the foreground and a church tower on the extreme left; second published state. 1 January 1811Mezzotint and etching

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum, 1811

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum A view of London from Greenwich hill, overlooking Greenwich Hospital and the Thames; with deer in the foreground and a church tower on the extreme left. 1 January 1811Mezzotint and etching

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum, 1811

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum A view of London from Greenwich hill, overlooking Greenwich Hospital and the Thames; with deer in the foreground and a church tower on the extreme left. 1 January 1811Mezzotint and etching

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum, 1811

    London from Greenwich; Liber Studiorum A view of London from Greenwich hill, overlooking Greenwich Hospital and the Thames; with deer in the foreground and a church tower on the extreme left. 1 January 1811Mezzotint and etching

 

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