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    from town, lessened his available power as a party-man. During the two previous years he had been living on Ham Common; and even that place was then so inconvenient to reach that he was often detained in town by the Subscribers-only content

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    street, Shoreditch, from inflammation of the lungs, accelerated by want of food and necessaries of life. BIRTHS.-Onthe 13th, at Ham Common, the Duchess de Chartres, of a daughter-On the 12th, Lady Decies, of a son and heir-On the leth the Subscribers-only content

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    Adelaide (Duchess of Teck)'has consented to distribute Lady Peok's prizes at the annual gathering of the National Orphan Home, Ham Common, oin the 12th September. The Rev. Francis Hessey, D.C.L, late vicar of St. Bar- nalbss, Kensington, has just tdied Subscribers-only content

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    Gas Company, &e. David Ogilvy, Esq., Lower Sydenham, Director of the Great Western Bailway Company, &C. John I'amron, Esq., Ham Common, Director of the West Midland altiway Comllpany, &C. John Weutwortle, Eq., Woolley Peck, Yorishire; The Ledge, Chevonling, KPent. GBNFARL Subscribers-only content

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    Equitable Gas Corapany, &c. David Ogilvy, REq., Lower Sydenham, Director of the Great Westorn RailwayCor~npany, ho. John Parson, Etq., Ham Common, Director of the West Midland Railway Company, &~c. John Wentisoeth, Eeq., Woolley Park, Yorkahire: The Lodge, Chevealag, Kent. GENsEIAL Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    the general with his troops removed to Putney 31 . A grand rendezvous of the army was held upon Ham Common, on the 18th of November following 32 . The Earl of Holland's rash enterprize . Death of Lord Francis

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