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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Putney

    Sir George Newnes , bart., J.P., one of whose residences was Wildcroft, Putney Heath . The Royal Hospital for Incurables is at West Hill , Putney Heath . The present schools in Putney are St. Mary 's (National), founded in

    Parishes Wimbledon

    and from about 6,000 since 1865. 2 The high gravel which caps the London Clay on Wimbledon Common and Putney Heath , and its lower slopes into the marshy bottoms where the Beverley Brook and the Wandle flow on either

    Parishes Wandsworth

    very much built over about the West Hill , but still preserving some open ground to the south where Putney Heath and Wimbledon Park extend within its borders. On West Hill is the Royal Hospital for Incurables, which occupies the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Lord CAsTtEREAGH's houtse ;Din t. James's-square, where he took in that Noble Lord, and they proceeded together to Putney Heath, near tbe border of Wimbledon Common. Mr. CANNING left Gloucester lodge at five 'Clock, for the sarne destination. lHe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    think to sece MNa- jor-Generals Iunmbly begging to know their pleasure? A duel *eas fought on 'Wednesday morning, on Putney Heath), betweern a 'Captain iI-y-c and Mr. A-t-e, in conseiliei cc of a dispute about a race. They fired twice, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London Fire Establishment, with intelligence that a fire had broken out in the noble mansion known as Ashburton House, Putney Heath, and was burning with terrific fury. When the firemen reached the house, every part was found to be in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AN AFFAIR o01 HONOUR ON PUTNEY HEATH.-On Wednesday morn- ingl, at six 'clock, a hostile meeting took place on Putney heath, between G. A.. Folks, aq., a gentlemen residing in Stamford street, Blackfriars, and Capt. Corbyn, residing at Brompton. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with, and ultimately lost sight of them. Almost immediately afterwards he met the defendant near a Cut-throat lane," on Putney Heath ; lie had a carpet-bag with him. He (witness) asked him what it contained, lut he (defendant) refased at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 24 Henry VI (1445-6)

    of Ormond, and Dame Joan his countess, 1428" ('Survey,' Thoms's ed., p. 101). 2 Probably refers to S. Luke, generally supposed to have been crucified. 3 Barnes. 4 Putney Heath. 5 Roehampton. 6 Ward uncertain. 1 Part I. p. 185.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 26 May 1648, 26 May 1648-26 May 1648

    next, there will be a Meeting at Blackheath of the Kentishmen ; the same Day of the Surry-men at Putney Heath , and of the Essex-men at Wansteed ; and that they had Intelligence one with another, as we are

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 9 March 1830, 09 March 1830-09 March 1830

    stopped?" "I drove from the Countess St. Antonio's to Putney Heath -to the Green Man ." "Before you stopped the first Time?" "I never stopped 'till I got to Putney Heath ." "Did any body get in?" "Lady Ellenborough got


    The waste land is very extensive, consisting of a small common adjoining to that of Barnes, the whole of Putney heath, and the greater part of Wimbledon common, in which the parishes are marked out by posts placed from north

    General index

    Harrington of Exton , Lord, residence of, at Kew, 566. Hartley , David , account of his experiments on Putney Heath, 427. Hatcham , manor of, 120. 560. Hatteclyffe , John , account of his tomb in Addington church, 8.

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

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    Ambrose Holland, Violent Theft, 16/05/1689

    Mr. Sewell on the High-way, about Putney Heath , of a Gold Watch, value 10 l. and a Seal . Mr. Sewell said, That there were two Men upon him in the Road, but he could not Swear positively that

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