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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Beddington

    grown in the parish. The population in 1901 was 4,812. 2 The parish is bounded on the north by Mitcham Common , and the three parishes of Croydon , Beddington and Mitcham meet on the railway line by Beddington Lane

    Croydon Borough, manors, churches and charities

    the manor of Haling on the east, on the highway from Croydon to Reigate on the south, and on Mitcham Common and Waddon Marsh on the north. At the time of the survey the manor was held on a lease

  • * British History Online *

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    Mitcham

    manufactories for printing calicoes. Workhouse . A large workhouse was built in the year 1782 on the side of Mitcham Common, at the expence of 1,200 l. The average number of the poor who are placed there is about seventy.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    worst, fifty pounds repair any damage dune ? The proposal to have the Review, at Wimbledo:l, kr Windsor, or Mitcham Common is simply insulting to the force which adds so materially to the strength of Englanld at such a trifling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beeas paid:- Richard Pollit, Bolton-le.Moors, certain improvements in the construction of steam boilers, Dated July 0, 1860. Frederick Ayekbourn, Mitcham Common, Surrey, improve- reonts in tubular beds and bolsters. Dated July 12, 1860. William Barrett, Norton, near Stoclkport-on-Tecs, tmprove- ments Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    passengers. A correspondent of the Uimea relates a sad story of the death of -Mr. WATSON, aged 21, of Mitcham Common, from hydrophobia, caused by a retriever leaping at him and biting him in the face. The dog was unknown Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to get rid of some very inconvenient discussions. The bill of the Brighton Railway Company for enclosing part of Mitcham Common was thrown out by the Select Committee, yesterday; ruid there was great rejoicing. The great fight, which was to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will now probably run to the ~ drst or second week of August. . a PAIw'S firework factory, on Mitcham Common, v near Croydon, was totally destroyed by fire on I Saturday morning. The fire broke out in one of Subscribers-only content

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

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    ALEXANDER HILL, Theft, 04/04/1779

    white heel, and a star in the forehead. I lent her to my son-in-law, and she was lost from Mitcham Common . My son-in-law is not here. Is there any body here that knew of her being on the common?

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    several attempts of this kind were renewed, and but for the exertions of the Society would have been successful. Mitcham Common . The important Common of Mitcham was the subject of a twofold attack in the Session of 1877 . Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    20 Malvern Hills , Dedication to the public 21 Appropriation of Commons ex Railways and other Public Bodies 22 Mitcham Common 22 Barnes Common 23 Lake Thirlmere 25 Drayton Green 26 Haven Green , Ealing 26 Wood Green , Hornsey Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    si Mitcham Common . This, one of the largest Metropolitan Commons, still remains without efficient protection of any kind; gravel digging is conducted on the most extensive scale and most reckless manner. After the rejection of the railway and sewage Subscribers-only content

    Report of Mr. Gibbs, civil engineer, upon the several proposed lines for a Brighton railway., 1835

    a curve from Duppa's Hill , crosses the Wandle and then taking the direction of the old tram-way by Mitcham Common , Jacob-Green , and Merton Mill , fallsin to the Southampton railway near Garrett Green , three miles sixty-four Subscribers-only content

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