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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Physique of Middlesex RELIEF

    continuity is broken north of Chiswick by an embayment of low ground, but the terrace is resumed east of Holland Park and continues thence to the brink of the Lea valley at Clapton and Old Ford . It forms the

    Social history Education: private schools

    68 Cadogan Square , where he had taken tutorial pupils since 1950. Named after an earlier tutorial establishment in Holland Park ( Kensington ) and a sister of Lyndhurst House ( Hampstead ), Sussex House was managed by Davies 's

    Archaeology The Romano-British Period ROMAN MIDDLESEX

    Hants ) ran from Newgate along the approximate line of Oxford Street through Bayswater , Notting Hill , and Holland Park , down Goldhawk Road and across Turnham Green to Chiswick High Road and then to Brentford where it probably

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    , coat of arms, Birkbeck Inst. see Birkbeck Coll . 'Birkbeck Schools' , Birkhead , Nic., Birklands Sch. , Holland Park , Birmingham , Warws., Birston or Briston , Geof, de, Master of St. Giles's Hosp., Bisham , Berks .,

    Private Education from the Sixteenth Century The reign of Victoria

    all the advantages of a Modern College System with individual teaching [was ] aimed at'. 89 At Birklands , Holland Park , 'the plan of teaching' embraced 'individual attention with the class system as pursued in the upper class colleges

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the latter may have led a sedentary life. Some years ago, the High- landers held a grand gathering in Holland Park, where they challenged all England to compete with them in their games of strength. The challenge was accepted, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    design which comprises a ticking fountain, and will be temporarily, at least, erected I on the south side of Holland Park, a little removed from the Kensington Road. M. Gustave Dor4 has arrived in London. In order to give foreign Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dukeries " on Campden Hill, no evidence is seen of similar decay, nor are the magni- ficent trees in Holland Park falling to pieces. The real origin of the evil lies, we believe, in the pernicious custom of sweeping away Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a representative of the Colonial Office. On his arrival in London, he will be taken to the house in Holland Park, which has been hired for his accoi-I modation and that of his suite. b At the Cornwall Assizes, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ati Cape Town, the 0 sable monarch will appreciate fho quarters which i have been taken for him in Holland Park, Kensing- b . ton-thobestenid of London. Cetewayo willbe here c I on Tuesday, and will of course be loudly Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JAMES BROWN, Theft, 26/06/1809

    a horse or a mare - A. A black mare; in this month I rented some land adjoining to Holland Park . I kept my mare there. Q. When did you see her there - A. On Monday the 19th

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