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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dedham Education

    1881 to 1898 , and at Ivy Lodge in 1866 and 1894, were perhaps a single school held at Ivy House (fig. 28, no. 17). It may have transferred next door to Shermans, where there was a private school for

    Hornsey , including Highgate Buildings of Highgate

    up another pair, Ivy House and Northgate House , is late-17th-century, with 18th-century alterations. 26 Charles Knight (d. 1873), author and publisher, 27 came to live at Highgate in 1835 28 and was at Ivy House in 1845 . 29

    Shipton Moyne Introduction

    the site of a farm-house recorded from the 1820s . 52 Ivy Cottages further east occupy the site of Ivy House , recorded in 1824 53 but probably of much earlier origin. South-west of Manor Farm stands Park Farm ,

    Parishes Rowington Plan of Pinley Abbey . [ Plan of Rowington church ]

    from the church. In front of it is a mound marking the site of the former 'Grinning Jenny' windmill. Ivy House , on the verge of Turner's Green , now several tenements, is an interesting early-16th-century building which appears to

    Upton Noble Upton Noble in 1843

    early 18th century, 93 in 1842 comprised two houses and 21 a. 94 One of the houses, known as Ivy House in the 19th century 95 and in 1995 as Upton Noble Manor , is a substantial early 17th-century house

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gymhwysder gan lawer-dim gw~ybodaeth. Nodid engreifftiau i brofi ei osodiad, ond terfynodd heb unrhyw gynyg- iad. Sylwodd Mr. Williams, Ivy House, fod y t nodiadau a wnaed yn direct vote of censure ar chwe' Sir Gogledd (ymarn. CY1ARFOD Y DACONIAID Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y danteithion rhwng tri a phedwar cant, gwnaed te &c., gan foneddigesau y gynulleidfa dan arolygiaeth, Mrs. Williams, Ivy House, a Mrs. Jones, Meyrick House, ar drael casgliad a wnaed yn yr Ysgol Sabbothol &c. Am haner awr wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cyf- eiriwyd ati mewn CyfaHrodydd Ilsol bleenozoL RIhodd- wyd meewn cysylltiad a bye bleidlais: o ddiolchjriri*M i Mr. Williams, Ivy House, Dolgellau, ami ei troddhaiel- ionus mewn cysylitiad Wr yagoloriaeth hon. Gwnaed yeo bysbysiad mewn pertbynas ir bond oedd ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nid Mr. Edwards. Mae ha ai Mr. Evans, yn enedigol o Plasclocaenog, ac yn nai i M Mr. Williams, Ivy House, Dolgellau. Gellid nodi o I er lliaws o gapelydd eraill yn Sir DdinbYeh ag y mae wi nLO Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. J. P' Davies, Gwddelwerni. Gorillewin Meirionydd-io Parch. D. Davies, Abermaw; MA. Thomas Jones, g' Corris, a Wm. Williams, Ivy House, Dolgellau. t Trefaldwyn (Uchaf)-Parch. Robert Roberts, Dol- anog; a Mr. T. F. Roberts, Llanidloes. Trefaldwyn oh (Isaf)-Parch T. J. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Joppa

    Places Globe, Hatton Garden, London 1789 St. Luke's Head, Old Street, London 1789 George, Liverpool Road, Hoxton, London 1792 Ivy House, St. John's Road, Hoxton, London 1793 Buffalo Tavern, Bloomsbury, London 1794 Fountain, Minories, London 1796 Queen's Arms, Newgate Street,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The housing of the people., 1897

    spot at least fifty years longer than if the old building had been allowed to perish of its own rottenness. xAs will be done by the Leeds Corporation on their Ivy House estate, when they demolish the York-street insanitary area. Subscribers-only content

    The housing of the people., 1897

    spot at least fifty years longer than if the old building had been allowed to perish of its own rottenness. xAs will be done by the Leeds Corporation on their Ivy House estate, when they demolish the York-street insanitary area. Subscribers-only content

 

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