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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Introduction THE HOLBORN DIVISION

    remained constant. The south-eastern boundary with St. Pancras and Marylebone ran westward to the barrow, probably Barrow Hill at Primrose Hill , then to Stangrafe (? Stonepit) and Watling Street . Dense woodland along the north-western and south-eastern boundaries and

    Hampstead Chalcots

    frontage by 1840 . Throughout the 1830s Eton considered ambitious plans for the southern part of the estate, at Primrose Hill , for a giant mausoleum, a cemetery full of classical buildings, and a botanical garden, which ended in 1842

    Hampstead Churches

    79. Ibid. 78-9. Char. Com. files. St. Mary 's, Primrose Hill : Guide and Hist . [booklet 1972 ] ; Hennessy, Novum Rep . 190. C.C.C., St. Mary 's, Primrose Hill . D.N.B . Lond. Gaz . 3 Aug. 1860

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park

    By 1906 roads were being built on and around Primrose Hill , and the Coventry City football ground had been laid out between the hill and Swan Lane . Primrose Hill House itself, which had been a private school in

    List of illustrations

    8. Dancing on Hampstead Heath in 1899 . From a drawing by Phil May in Swiss Cottage Library 9. Primrose Hill tunnel: the London entrance in 1837 . From a coloured aquatint by W. H. Budden in Guildhall Library 10.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eto. WILLIAMS.-Ionawr i6eg, yn 77 mlwydd oed, yn nhy ei merch a'r tealu,-Mr. a Mrs. Bailey, xx, Hope Street, Primrose Hill, Lancaster, Mrs. Jane Williams, gweddw y diweddar Mr. Richard Williams, Tyddyn Sydney Cemlyn, M4n. Cafodd gladdedigaeth hynod barchus ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    such conuparooi,, praise is certainly not liable to censure for excess. If we aoarinedto our friend "A Cockney," that Primrose Hill. was teo thousand tioes superior in size aud sightliness to the dunghill in Gray's Ian lane, it would be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be ten tunnels, and two lines, six feet distant, with places for turning out. It will pass under Primrose Hill, by Watford, Northampton, and Kilsby, entering Warwickshire, near Farnborough. For 15 miles, it will pass through clay; for 19 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    regret at hearing that it is in contempla- tiol to enclose and build upon that pleasant rising ground called Primrose Hill, situate to the north of the Regent's Park. It is understood that it belongs to Eton College, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a third time that day three months. The lbon. member mentioned, with respect to his proposal to purchase "1 Primrose Hill" for the use of the public, that it would receive the support of the chief commissioner of woods and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The radical book of lies: a shabby-genteel story., 1885

    square at Abou Klea Or, to place und.r the head of " The Royal Family " the expendi¬ ture on Primrose Hill , Battersea Park , Victoria Park (N.E.), the grounds of Bethnal Green Museum , and the other so-called Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    the Wandle, near Croydon , should be adopted as sources of supply. The expense of bringing the Verulam to Primrose Hill he estimated at £785,965-and the Wandle to Clapham Common , £39LS7 < 5-together in round numbers £1,200,000. For this Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    constructed large reservoirs there, taking their water by a pipe across the River,- they also formed a reservoir on Primrose Hill . The Chelsea Company formed deposit and fil¬ tering reservoirs at Chelsea , and it is to the able Subscribers-only content

    The Progress of the working classes during the reign of the Queen: "a goodly record"., 1890

    of two Physicians, two Surgeons, and a Professor of Chemistry , was appointed to test the working of the Primrose Hill Tunnel, near Rugby , which had then just been completed. The Committee made the dangerous journey, and reported that Subscribers-only content

    On the fixed signals of railways, 1874

    excellent one for avoiding the necessity of facing points, and was adopted with good effect in the tunnels at Primrose Hill and Watford . He agreed that the commencement of Interlocking elated from the time when Colonel Yolland and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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

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    CHARLES MILLS, JOHN PUGH, Violent Theft, 07/09/1774

    and Marybone: I was coming to town on foot; I met the prisoners on this side a place called Primrose Hill ; I suspected them from their appearance; they passed me; soon after a violent storm came on, and I

    Ordinary's Account, 08/11/1738

    had been put under their Care. In Hampstead-Fair Time, he and Fluellin, and Strutt the Butcher, frequently lurk'd about Primrose Hill , and robbed every Passenger that passed that Way; among others they robbed an old grey-headed Gentleman of seven


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