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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Clock and watch-making

    driven over here by the persecution about the year 1688, was admitted as a clockmaker in 1691 and built Grove Hall , Hammersmith , in 1730 . The house was occupied by his son David, who lived there till his

    Wanstead Religious history

    favoured the revivalism of Moody and Sankey, and for a time the church used Sankey's hymns. In 1897 the Grove Hall was built behind the church to accommodate a growing Sunday school. The church was badly damaged by bombing in

    Woodford Introduction

    of High Road are the former rectory 64 and the White Hart Hotel . 65 The Grove , or Grove Hall , which stood at the junction of High Road and the Southend Road , was demolished to make way

    Index A-J

    Dufferin and Ava (d. 1930), Hammersmith , par. and borough, agric., bridge, Brook Green , ch., fair, Godolphin Sch., Grove Hall , ind., pop., Ravenscourt Park, regatta, Shepherd's Bush , sports clubs, Upper Mall , Wormwood (Wormholt) Scrubs , Hammond

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prefixed to the Wsrk.-The price to Sabscribers will be Fftee Shaillitgs. Subscribers' Names will be received by Dr. Barclay, Grove Hall Aradct'- Bow; R. Hunter, No. 72, St. Paul's Citocr-yardt; Messrs. RisgitaY, m Pircadilly; and Messrs. Cowie and Co., at, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW. . COURT OF KING'S BENCH. * Tuesdq, Febrnary 11. Sk H3UDSON LOWE V. BAUNRY O NELARA. The SoLtcTon-GENERAL -I am to move your Lordships for a rule teo show cause swhy a erijoinal inforination should not be filed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for at least as many, if not more than before. The dinner this year will be heid at Lyme Grove Hall, Mare-street, Hackney, on Thursday, 26th December. All friends are welcome. Donations in aid of this effort are invited, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a Christmas dinner of roast beef and plum- pudding on Boxing-Day. The dinner will be held at Lyme Grove Hall, Mare Street Hackney. Donations may be sent to Mr. Knight, at 71, King Edward's Road, Hackney, or to Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Psalm Singer was purchased by Captain Peak-e for 27gs. The Gost'otcru uanrHAlNDC.Tr BLAsi of 100gS. Six furlongs. Mlr. We,ighells Grove Hall by Charibert-Lady Middleton, 7et Sib)...................Finlay I Mr' Hope's Exeter, 7let 4ib............Teinllinson 2 'Mr. HIalic Lord Mfannion, let Sib .......Chandley Subscribers-only content

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