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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Staines Schools

    Street , but it may in fact have been the building just round the corner in Hale Street which is now the Hale Street Mission Room. 81 It consisted of one schoolroom and had one master. The number of pupils

    Staines Mills

    1864 and bought it outright in 1871 . 80 Part of the 19th-century mill buildings still remain near the Hale Street entrance to the factory. The New Mill is first mentioned in 1388 . 81 In 1503 the water was

    Staines Protestant nonconformity

    70 members; the highest number was apparently 147 in 1934 . 64 In 1956 there were 109. 65 The Hale Street Room was opened about 1880 as a place of worship of the Brethren. 66 The centre portion of the

    Staines Introduction

    1826 was said to have forme rly taken foot-passengers only, while carriages had used a ford beside it. 93 Hale Street forms a bridge over the more westerly of these two mill-streams, which is now known as the Wyrardisbury River.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, Somerset hoes', gwr ieuane gobeithiol, genledigol o gymydogaeth Te.rgwyo. Y buddugol ar yr olaf oedd, Mr. Richard Edwards, Hale street, Wiiton sq. Derbyniwyd chwech o gf fansodd. iadau (penillion) ar " Yalw, liad Joseph a'i frodyr," buddugol, Mr. Morris Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agent. Mliza Middletoa Buxton, Hanover street, Walworth, out of busi- ness. IV. G. Stanaway, Hammersmith, coach painter. J. Burree, Hale street, Poplar, watchman. J. Mathews, Hammersmith, tallow chandler. DIVIDENDS. April 30, H. T. Austen, H. Maunde, and J. Tilson, Henrietta Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROMAI THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tueseay, Moarch 0. ADMIIRALTY, March 19. The following promotions have tiis day taken place, consequnent on the death of Rear-Admiral T. Searle. C.B. on the 1 7th inst.:- Pear-Admiral of the Blue P. Browne, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEETH WITHOUT PAIN. 55-1qW STREET-65 M s S .3 13 G A B S I B Il 3 PATENT ARTIFICIAL TRETH AND SO T alhS, A=N BUI'2LIHO 91THOUT ANY PAIN, AZ HEADJ 1 USUAL. CHAEGURS 'Waranted In every Ca#, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flRjt0R (S cr Aonfluo ioai).-rnrlotir, bjay; sittinig, three RlO t a do.l0tO~clAlt'Lc.__1. 18-2, Hurst St. ryftii ii fT ~,edsll, iritreO.furniture. breewleg utensils, niII for i!2415 S l1~~j~t to ll~er pt tonnt Cela.C., enid every Icon- I oraiiece, Poter 17 Subscribers-only content

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