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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rickmansworth

    to sell Moor Park in 1670 to James FitzRoy, duke of Monmouth. 128 Upon his execution in 1685 for his insurrection against James II , his estates were forfeited to the crown, but in 1686 Moor Park was restored to

    Ruislip Economic and social history

    than 100 people were attributed to the playing of football, then an unlawful game. 8 Cricket was played at Moor Park , just over the Hertfordshire boundary with Northwood , as early as 1854 when an eleven led by Lord

    Parishes Birlingham

    It finally passed to Benjamin Booth of London by his marriage with Jane, only daughter of Richard Salwey of Moor Park (co. Salop ). 58 In 1773 59 Benjamin Booth claimed to be lord of a 'certain tract of land

    Watford Introduction

    . They originally formed one house which was built by Robert Carey , earl of Monmouth (then residing at Moor Park , Rickmansworth ), early in the seventeenth century, as a dower house. After his death in 1639 his widow

    Edmonton Growth before 1851

    friend of Isaac D'Israeli. 26 Prospect House on the north side of the road was built after 1801 but Moor Park , rebuilt in the 1890s by the brewer Sir Edward Mann , 27 and Roseneath, on the south side,

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 13 June 1685, 13 June 1685-13 June 1685

    Ossory's Estate. An ingrossed Bill, sent down from the Lords, intituled, An Act to enable James Lord Butler of Moor Park , Earl of Ossory in the Kingdom of Ireland , to settle a Jointure on such Woman as he

    Minute Book, April 1670, 01 April 1670-30 April 1670

    spices of Hopgood. Consideration to be had on Friday about placing the 13,200 l . for the purchase of Moor Park, bought of the Duke of Ormonde for the Duke of Monmouth, viz. 2,700 l . present money and the

    General Index, M, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    the King at Windsor warrant for grant of augmentation to arms of Mr., information against, mentioned See also Muir. Moor Park , Herts., Monmouth and Lord Howard at Moray , Scotland Moray , Earl of. See Stewart. Alexander, fourth Earl Subscribers-only content


    and received the draft. Whereupon he was forbid the Court and the King's presence" (p. 154). Monmouth retired to Moor Park, his house in Hertfordshire. "Some people will have him to be readmitted to Court very suddenly," Jenkins told Arran. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, M, N, O, 05 January 1690-31 December 1695

    , Charles, Earl of Montz (Mortzen), Governor of Moor (Moore), Elizabeth Mr. Garrett James John Nicholas Sir Richard Mooreseele Moor Park , near Farnham, letters dated at Moors , the Morck , Balthasar Mordaunt , Colonel Morea , the Moreland Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gym- deithasau athronol tramor. Er's mis nyn ei farwol- aeth yr oedd y diweddar beirianydd wedi d fod i Moor Park, Farnham, Swydd Surrey,-lle heb fod zepell o Lundain:,-gan ddisgwyl cael no aduewyddiad aerth; ond ni bu y symudisd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on gardening-excellent tender vegetables, and asparagus unequalled in size and flavour that was her triumph. While Swift was at Moor Park, with Sir William Temple, he had learnt from 'Williai III to cut them in the Dutcls fashion, and had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock, he and the deceased parted at the New Yiarket, Robison saying that he was going to call at Moor Park and on some customers, arid that he should return to Doncaster in the evening. At tels o'clock that night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONTH1LY V liI~~AGAZIN5E. Edited by W. HarMSor AVrswORTu, Esq, CoNTZNeTr for MAY. No. CCCCkIII. The Military Resources of Germany. Moor Park, as it was and is. A Voice from the Crowd, By Mary C. F. Moock. Sarah Beauclere. Owen Meredith's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Portland to'ask the opinion of Sir William Temple. Temple had made a retreat for himself at a place called Moor Park, in the neighbourhood of Fern- ham. The country round his dwelling was almost a Wilderners. His amusement during some Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 21st October 1846

    drawing from nature. - Luncheon as yesterday. - At ½ p. 3, we drove with the dear Queen to Moor Park , where we got out. The outside of the house put me in mind of Claremont. There is a

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report., 1838

    , Windsor Lodge , Moor Park , Paiseley, Leyden , and Guilsborough ; we hope shortly to be able to enter upon other Estates for the like purpose-On one of these Estates ( Moor Park ,_) the proprietor, George Gordon Subscribers-only content

    Freedom in Jamaica; or, The First of August, 1838., 1838

    ditto 1837 * Estates visited- Glasgow , "j WindsorLodge, Paiseley, ditto 1837 W. P. Russell and J. Lovemore 296 Moor Park , Leyden , Guilsborougli J 18720 705 2447 992 74C-1 17781 Note.-1st. At those Stations where there are Enquirers, Subscribers-only content

    Third annual report of the Council, January 24th, 1884., 1884

    , B. E., 15, Abchurch-lane , E.C. Grimwade , E. W.,82, Bishopsgate -st., E.C. Grosvenor , Hon, R. C, Moor Park , Rickmansworth . Grundy, Wm.,Belrnont-house, Sidcup , S.E. Hales , John, 26, Baroness-rd., Hackney -rd. Halford , F. B., Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creating peers., 1832

    D of Monmouth (altuinted). Arlington , E. of Ailington. Fretcbeville. Botetort, E. of Fulmouth. ARUNDEL of TRERICE. Butler of Moor Park Savile, M. of ITallifax [ Norfolk .) Howard of Castlerising, E. Norw. (m. in FITZWALTER, Claim allowed, and placed Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creating peers., 1832

    Cumberland , (Pr. Ru- B. Noel , (merged.) [pert.) E. of Conway . B. Sandys . B, Butler of Moor Park . B. Woolton . D. of York came to the Cro. D. of Monmouth . E. of Arlington . Subscribers-only content


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