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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h wn ostyngedig, i B - Y T. ElDWARDS. Ficerdy, Caernarficn,' ' Mehefin 7cd 180 WO. Oynhaliuyd cyfarfod yn Hyde Park, ilundain, y F Sabbath diweddaf, i withdystio yn erbyn " yr ym- d yriad presenol ft hawliau. a phleserau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    penderfyniadau cyffelyb yn nghanol a brwdfrydedd mawr. Gwan iawn er hyny y tr6dd y cyfarfodydd I a gynhaliwyd yn Hyde Park, Llundain, pryd- t nawn ddydd Sadwrn er "' amlygu cydym- I deimlad y Weriniaeth yn Llundain A'r un yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyddiau diweddaf i amlYgu en llawenydd oblegid owymp yr ymerodraeth yn Ffrainc, a sefydliad gweriniaeth. Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod brwdfrydig yn Hyde Park, Llundain, dydd Sadwrn diweddaf, er amlygu cyd- ymdeimlad A'r Weriniaeth Ffrengig. Siaradwyd gan Mr. George Odger, ac amryw bersonau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr wythnos ddiweddaf, i gyflwyno an- nerchiad i M. Jules Favre, yn enw y cyfarfod a gyn- haliwyd yn Hyde Park, Llundain, i ddangos cyd- ymdeimlad a'r Weriniaeth Ffrengig. Mae y drysorfa geiniog yn Birmingham, tuag at gynorthwyo y miwyfedigion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hwnw ar fass brwydr Woerth i anrhydeddu coffadwr- iaeth flynyddol rhiant marw. Gahiriw~yd y cyfarfod a fwriedid gynal yD Hyde Park, Llundain, y Sadwrn diweddaf, i andygu eyd- yindeimlad: a't Weriniaeth Ffrengig, hyd y Sabbath nesaf. Yr aedd. oddentu 4,000 Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Forestry

    park, of 375 acres, was sold by Charles I in 1641 to the Earl of Pembroke . 40 HYDE PARKHyde Park , which was cultivated ground known as the manor of Eia at the time of the Domesday Survey,

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: harriers

    taken at Paddington Goods Station and the hunt accompanied the Prince of Wales to Marlborough House , riding through Hyde Park and Constitution Hill in hunting dress. 28 Reminiscences of a Huntsman , 18. The Queen's Hounds and Staghunting Recollections

    Paddington Tyburnia

    and Sussex squares; the proposed west end of Berkeley Street West was widened to form Hyde Park Square . A straight terrace, Hyde Park Gardens , was substituted for the crescent which was to have faced the park. Building activity,

    Paddington Introduction

    it from 1689 of parts of Hyde Park as Kensington Gardens . 6 Boundary stones between the parishes of St. Margaret's , Kensington , and Paddington were to be placed in Hyde Park in 1658 . 7 It was suggested

    The parish of Lancaster Fulwood

    and Thomas Clayton . Subsequently the 'manors' of FULWOOD and CADLEY are named, but little satisfactory evidence exists. 10 Hyde Park was at the east end of the township. 11 Inquiries as to the wastes of Fulwood were made in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHIFFINCH, William (d.1691), of Whitehall and Philberts, Bray, Berks.

    for assessment, Berks. 1673-80; freeman, New Windsor 1677, chamberlain 1681, alderman 1681-9, mayor 1685-6; j.p. Berks. by 1680-d.; keeper, Hyde Park by 1681-d.; master, Cutlers’ Co. 1685-6. Biography Chiffinch was probably born in Salisbury like his brother, Thomas, who had

    TOLLEMACHE, Felix Thomas (1796-1843), of 1 Hyde Park Place, Mdx.

    (1796-1843), of 1 Hyde Park Place, Mdx. Constituency Dates Ilchester 22 Feb 1827 1830 Ofifces Held Ensign and lt. 1 Ft. Gds. 1815, half-pay, 1819, ret. 1835. Biography Tollemache, who was described as "one of the handsomest young men in

    FITZROY, George Henry, Earl of Euston (1760-1844).

    University 1784 14 Mar. 1811 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Suff. 1790- d.; ranger of Hyde Park and St. James’s Park 1794-1807. Biography Lord Euston was a Cambridge contemporary, close friend, and political adherent of William Pitt. In 1780 he was

    MONTAGU, Francis Wortley (c.1676-1702), of Wortley, Yorks.

    this contest extended beyond the poll, for in March he fought and badly wounded Boyle in a duel in Hyde Park, though in his memoirs Boyle claimed that he had emerged victorious. Returned unopposed in December 1701, Wortly Montagu was

    ROWE, Anthony (aft.1641-1704), of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster

    cloth 1693–1702; clerk of Bd. of Green Cloth 1702–d.; pond and fowl keeper of St. James’s Park 1700–d.; ranger, Hyde Park 1702–3. Ofifces Held Asst. Miners Adventurers’ Co. 1693. Biography Rowe, an active supporter of William of Orange in 1688,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The PALACE.

    . Chief Justice in Eyre South of Trent . Chief Ranger of St. James's Park . Chief Ranger of Hyde Park . Out Ranger of Windsor Forest . Keepers of Windsor Park , great and little; Greenwich Park ., Hampton-Court

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields.

    open Fences. And so they crossed from thence unto a Field called Crow Field, at the upper End of Hyde Park , where they found the Gate opened before they came; and yet they would not be satisfied, but brake

    Book 4, Chapter 7 Liberties of the Dutchy. The Strand.

    repaired, and beautified and improved by new Buildings and Enlargements by this Queen. Who also brought hither Water from Hyde Park in Pipes. ] The Bishop of Worcester , in respect of his former House demolished was recompenced with an

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The truth about Ireland, 1884

    And now occurred an event which can only be paralleled by the Jingo attack on the Bradlaugh meeting in Hyde Park . The landlords rushed to the Orange Lodges , and invoked their assistance to put down the meeting by Subscribers-only content

    Parnell and the Parnells: a historical sketch., 1888

    proof that the Tory Government had acted with ill-advised precipitancy came from over the water. A mighty demonstration in Hyde Park on 30th November , declared against the exploits of the Government in Ireland . Men ' s tempers were Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    seize the Green Park fort, but was at once attacked by its former defenders, and a battle began in Hyde Park The French were imme¬ diately reinforced by two divisions of mfantiy, with cavalr), and artillei) while the British received Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    CHAPTER XII . TREMENDOUS ll\ln,E IN HYDE PARK .-A FRENCH ARMY DRIVEN INTO THE SERPENTINE DURING A FOG.-STUBBORNNESS OF THE ENGLISH TROOPS.-THE SCENE AFTER THE BATTLE .-WRECK AND RUIN EVERYWHERE.-HEARTRENDING SUFFERINGS. THREE batteries of English artillery commenced the battle, and, Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    French at once placed a large force in the Green Park . In this great and decisive battle of Hyde Park , the British loss, including Volunteers, was four thousand killed, and nearly double that number wounded ; while the Subscribers-only content

 

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