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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    Hampstead Heath , 130. L.C.C. Ann. Rep . 1895-6 , 67; 1896-7 , 91. Ikin, Hampstead Heath ( 1971 ), 18. The Times , 25 Apr. 1978 , 20 e . Farmer, Hampstead Heath , 130. Ikin, Hampstead Heath (

    Hampstead Introduction THE HOLBORN DIVISION

    parish, is capped in the north-east by Claygate Beds and Bagshot sands, producing the sands, gravel, and elevation of Hampstead Heath . 10 From 30 m. in the south-west, the ground rises to 133 m. near Jack Straw 's Castle.

    Hampstead Vale of Health

    pp. 18-22. Hatch 's Bottom still identifiable: C. W. Ikin, Hampstead Heath , 16. S.C.L., Man. Map and Fieldbk. no. 223. H. C. Bentwich, Vale of Health on Hampstead Heath ( 1968 ), 15, 23; below, local govt. G.L.R.O., E/MW/H/I/

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    Ikin, Hampstead Heath , 27. The Times , 9 Apr. 1977 , 3 b . S.C.L., Town and Country Planning, 52nd List of Bldgs. ( 1974 ); Barratt, Annals , ii. 69, 180. Below, social. Ikin, Hampstead Heath , 27-8.

    Hampstead Charities for the Poor

    of her son Baptist, earl of Gainsborough , lord of the manor and a minor, granted 6 a. of Hampstead Heath , including the well of mineral water, to 14 trustees, who were admitted as copyholders at a rent of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Papers, 1832 (2 of 3)

    members of the council that such a meeting could not be held without great danger of a premature riot. Hampstead Heath was the place designated, and thither had the meeting been called more than half a million of persons would


    meetings. Yet when he wished to prevent the holding of a general meeting of the National Political Union on Hampstead Heath, Place claimed that 'more than half a million persons' 38 would attend and the dangers of riot were too

    Charles I - volume 445, February 11-20, 1640, 11 February 1640-20 February 1640

    has got the reversion of his office of Treasurer of the Chamber, of which I spoke last summer on Hampstead Heath, for his son-in-law, Sir Edward Griffin, and in regard thereof has either married or is to marry her that Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, September 1660, 01 September 1660-30 September 1660

    Willesden, Kingsbury, Hendon. Finchley, Hornsey. Tottenham, Newington, Kingsland, Hackney, Islington, Knightsbridge, Kensington, Hammersmith, Kilburn, Highgate, Holloway, Kensington, Paddington, Maribone, Hampstead Heath, and so from thence to the palace royal of Westminster, with the fees of 8 d . per day,


    68 Hall , T., 68 Hammersmith , 143 Hampshire , 213 Hampshire Independent , 246 Hampstead , 116, 143 Hampstead Heath , xx, 88 Hampstead Road , 68, 69, 71, 116, 155 Hand , C. J., 2 Hanger's Lane ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyrfa- oedd lliosog a'r prif leoedd oa ddyddordeb yn Llundain ac oddiamngylch. Ymweloddl 98,834 a'r Palas Grisial; 120,000 a Hampstead Heath; Amrgueddfa. South Kensington, 13,265; aasteil Windsor, 7,102. Bydd yr ageriong newydd 'Oceanio' (White Star) yn un o'r rhai ardderchocaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr oedd yn ysgo'haig gwych. 0 k Cyrihaliwyd gwasanaeth coffadwriaethol i'r ddi- weddar Farwnes de Hirsch, yn Tudor House, Hampstead Heath. Arweiniwyd gan y Prif Rabbi, a chan weinidog y Synagog, Hampstead. Siarad wyd yn gryf am haelioni y Farwnes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chalk Farm; but several stragglers observing them, they deployed, and after a tedious march found a convenient spot on Hampstead Heath near the ponds. Here the dis- tance was taken of 12 paces ;-the combatants pulled off their coats. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a servant will be infinitely enhanced by the shocking accusation in which he bas been implicated. ATTEMPTED ENCLOSURE OF HAMPSTEAD HEATH, Paul Cuvrier, one of the most remarkable writers of the age, observes that the great are thankful to power Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - - 391 Law-Birmingham's Acquittal Summary of Foreign News . 392 Attempted Enclosnre of Curious Legal Evidence and Hampstead Heath . 386 Argurneut . - 393 Theatrical Examiner * 387 Newspaper Chat . - - - 394 The Water Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    Black Boy and Stile, High Street, Hampstead, London 1807 Holly Bush Tavern, Holly Mount, Hampstead, London 1808 Castle Tavern, Hampstead Heath, Hampstead, London 1826 Holly Bush Tavern, Holly Mount, Hampstead, London 1832 Jack Straw's Castle, Hampstead Heath, Hampstead, London 1886


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