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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Occurrences.

    the Two former) himself was beheaded in the same place; whose Head was set up upon the Gallows at Hay Hill , near Hide Park , and his Quarters in several Places of the City. Robert Earl of Essex was

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Social and economic history

    IV and the duke of York are said to have been stopped in a hackney coach and robbed on Hay Hill , Berkeley Square . And it was the custom, on Sunday evenings at Kensington , to ring a bell

    Forestry

    granted to one Hector Johnson , for service to the Electress Palatine, a lease of the waste ground called Hay Hill , near Hyde Park , and of another plot near Hyde Park Corner , with power to build thereon.

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    C., Hawtrey- Deane , F. , Hay , Geo., Earl of Kinnoull (d. 1758), Marg., Ctss. of Carlisle , Hay Hill , see Westminster , City of Hayes, J. J. , athlete, -, cricketer, Hayes , par., n ; agric.,

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    St., Gt. Queen St ., Greek St., Grosvenor Rd ., Grosvenor Sq., Halkin Pl., Hamilton Pl ., Hanover Sq., Hay Hill , Haymarket , n , Hog Lane , Hyde Pk. Corner, and see Hyde Pk.; James St ., Jermyn

  • * British History Online * *

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    James 1 - volume 90, March 1617, 01 March 1617-31 March 1617

    26. Westminster. Grant to Hector Johnston, for service to the Electress Palatine, of lease of the waste ground called Hay Hill, near Hyde Park, also of another small portion near Hyde Park Corner, with power to build thereon. Latin. [ Subscribers-only content

    Sessions Books, 1692

    said parish ": Henry Bryarly, of St. Martin's Lane, dyer. Francis Pilate, of Church Lane, silversmith. John Jesson, of Hay Hill, gardener. Francis Carthbry, of Bennett Street. Michael le Duke, of Long Acre, dancing-master. William Raymond, of Oxenden Street. John

    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, May 1732, 1-10, 01 May 1732-10 May 1732

    so as One of such Gates or Turnpikes should be erected Eastwa rd of Hyde Park Gate , near Hay Hill ; and the said Turnpike hath been accordingly erected; and also other Turnpikes have been erected, in the Road

    Index, A - K

    170. John, 288. Hayes (Heese), 9, 73, 118, 178, 323. Hayes (Ha ys), Daniel, 226. Francis, 204. William, 35. Hay Hill , 76. Haymarket , the, 55, 77, 184 (2), 198, 240, 274, 286, 296, 313, 321, 327. order concerning,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13th, W. Prestoe, Esq., to Miss Faell -On the A. Cassidy, Esq., to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of J. D. Hay Hill, Esq the 18th, C. F. Henohaw, Esq., to Isabella, only child of the late Gener L. Grant-On the lbth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kind of engraving which is now so much in vogue. A Scholar's Day Dream, and other Poems. By Alsagar Hay Hill. Chapman and Hall. I We have read these fitful musings of a poet's mind with unqualified pleasure. It has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Price 2s. 6d., THE THEOLOGICAL REVIEW T Xo. XXXV. OCTOBER, 1871. 1. Pauperism, its Causes and Remedies. By Alsagar Hay Hill. 2. The Reading " The only begotten God," in John i., 18. By James Drummond, B.A. 3. The Cuneiform Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the chair, and amongst the speakers were Mr P. A. Taylor, M.P., Mr Hodgson Pratt, and Mr Alsager Hay Hill. A DEPUTATION waited on the Chancellor of the Exchequer last Tuesday to urge upon him the merits of Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H e a t h .. nl48 N feehold), suitnable for mannfactories or hooves, 2s. per 11yard.-Apply', Woodland Villas, Hay Hill, Coventry Rtd. [c 6tO I EDS.-Prrchold Estate, consisting of several Shells flld 000 sa10te11oiVo Prsomsiee well built and exeslient Subscribers-only content

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