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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Burns, A.S., syhd i osod careg sylfaei y baddonau newvyddion a'r tai golchi a-gyfodir gal Festri Battersea yn Nine Elms ar y 9fed cyfisol. Er i lawer o whlaw ddisgyn yn Roumania, daeth yn rhy ddiwveddar ar gyfer y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AlCCIDENI, O3FFBNCES, 4e,. RORnmBE ET A GENTLEaAw-,;-on Wednesday week, a young gebtleman of indejendent fostune, who possesses a freehold estate of nearly200 acres, mansio", &c., near Folkestonein Kent, and two of his servants, were brought to town in custody. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    threw out the bill..-The proseetriX, a girl of 13 years of age, lived with her uncle, Mr Donaldson, of Nine Elms. The prisoner wsas carman on the same wharf. On Sunday, the 20th of November, the prosecutrix havrtg the care Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Ashwin, Redditch, Worcester, grocer. [Lowndes, Red Lion square. J. Pegg, jun. Stoke-upofi-Treut, mercer. [Barber, Fetter lane. E. Riusby, Nine Elms, ship-breaker. [Roe and Randell, Gray's inn square. J. Meek, Pond st. Hampstead, livery-stable-keeper. [Robinson, Walbrook. Friday, Dec. 21. BANKRUPTCIES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the British Museum. James Senior, Esq. of Bsoughton House, B1cks. At Rampetead, Anne, wife of John Merivole, Esq. At Nine Elms, Mr NVoods, who for twenlty years filled the oilUztiou of second clerk at the Public Office, Bow street. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Battersea with Penge

    32 Communication with the country was subsequently facilitated by the opening of the Southampton railway from a terminus at Nine Elms in 1838 33 and the building of Clapham Junction (originally called Battersea station) within the bounds of Battersea in

    Islington Local government BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON

    almshouses in 1668 , which may have been attached to the church, 27 and they repaired others by the Nine Elms in 1670 . 28 In 1710 the vestry had six small almshouses built, 29 perhaps those on the east

    Parishes Chieveley

    , who possessed it in 1740 . 106 He married in 1723 Mary daughte r of Felix Calvert of Nine Elms , and died in 1755 , when the manor passed to his son John Calvert , M.P. for Wendover

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Introduction HILLINGDON PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1825 UXBRIDGE c . 1935

    speculative schemes. Council building was concentrated on the Violet Farm and Evelyns estates at Colham Green and on the Nine Elms and Cowley Manor estates at Cowley . Between 1945 and 1965 approximately 6,000 council and private dwellings were erected

    Lambeth The parish

    Vict. cap. 14. Ibid. 62 & 63 Vict. cap. 14. Census of Engl . 18. The original terminus at Nine Elms , opened 1838, was on the borders of Lambeth and Battersea . The spot, close to the river, was

  • * British History Online * *

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    Non-Freemen

    Karretts di. graine: In toto 68 oz. di. 3 dwt. 6 granes." He founded Almshouses, which still exist, at Nine Elms, for seven poor windows. He died December 1st, 1624, and was buried with much ceremony in Lambeth Church, January

    Cases brought before the committee, June 1648, 01 June 1648-30 June 1648

    Walmer Parsonage, and lands in Chislet, co. Kent, houses in Trigg Stairs, London, and a brewhouse, & c., at Nine Elms, Surrey; order that the rents and arrears be detained in the tenants' hands. 6 18 1 Sept. 1648. Order Subscribers-only content

    Index, L-R

    near, 241 n Night-bellmen established , 37 n Night watches , number of men too small and feeble, 550 Nine Elms , almshouses founded at, 258 n Nis , Daniel, 483 Noble , Mary, 315 Noble Street , the residence

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

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    CATHERINE ADAMS, Theft, 09/09/1818

    only stating them to be the property of Lewis Levi . THOMAS GORDON . I am the toll-collecter at Nine Elms . On the 12th of August, between twelve and one o'clock at night, I was asleep in a chair

    Ordinary's Account, 06/08/1740

    out to Nurse, to an old Woman, who kept a publick House and a Garden at Chelsea, near the Nine Elms . Here I continu'd about 2 Years, and was almost starv'd to Death. My Employment was, to go from

    Ordinary's Account, 16/09/1709

    George's Fields ; another in or near Spittle-field Market , about the same time; and the third at the Nine Elms near Battersea , above six weeks ago. All which unlawful Deeds (together with that he was now to die

 

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