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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Paddington Green

    the company h ad constructed more ways to North Wharf Road , later Hermitage Street to the west and Green Street to the east, in 1828 , by which date North Wharf and Irongate Wharf roads, serving the basin, were

    Paddington Protestant Nonconformity

    Mission. 11 Attendance 1902 : 52 p.m. Closed by 1921 . 12 Unspecified Protestants reg. rooms at no. 4 North Wharf Rd. 1829. 13 Latter-day Saints reg. bldg. in Queen's Rd. from 1853 to 1866 and Gt. Western hall, Market

    Paddington Economic History

    in North Wharf Road until after 1964. James H. Randall & Son, founded in 1851 in Marylebone , from 1904 had a tinplate works in Green Street , leading south from Paddington green (later part of North Wharf Road ).

    Index K-Z

    (N.L.R.) , North Metropolitan Rly. , North Star P. H. , North Villa , North West London Press , North Wharf Rd. , Northcliffe , Vct., see Harmsworth , Alf. Northcote Ho . , Mansions, Northcourt , Northern line ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Calvin and Bellinger Davis, were charged with stealing two shawls, the one belonging to Elizabeth Barlow, No. 24 North Wharf, Paddington, and the other to Jane Shaddock, the wife of a carpenter residing at No. 8 Mitcham street, Lisson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crime, and arriving at Water- shi ford early the following morning, wvould gain tier special ple ~'steamer whicle leaves North Wharf, Waterford, at sevoss Bpe a~m, for Milford, proceeding thenco to Swansea by evis rail, arriving at ties latter pert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kale hD I tousr ien our front. to AFFAIRS AT ISMAILIA. er, Thle railway from the station to the North Wharf is not, says, the Standard correspondent, yet finished, its comrple. tion beino- delayed by the great height of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31, Hanwav Street, Oxford Street, jeweller ; AndrewWatson, 17, Camden Road, Caml- den Town, noocclupation ; C. Morgan, 27, North Wharf Rond, P'addington, clerk; Henry Skeene, of Labroke Villa, Southampton, no occupation; Henry Green, Eaves Hill, Dudley, no occupation; Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ore of the loard was postponed. ti wearlY hour on Thursday morning a large portion l' oenll of tho North Wharf, the prinoipal loading rt III tilt Southamlrton Docks, fell in with a oud crash, 'b Ohs tb deck stat! Subscribers-only content

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