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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Petersham

    close by the river bank and was purchased in 1902 by Sir Max Waechter to preserve the view from Richmond Hill , and presented to the Richmond Corporation, who leased it at a nominal rent to Queen Mary for a

    List of illustrations

    Buildings Record " 142 Montpelier Row, Twickenham . Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson , 1960 " 142 The Thames from Richmond Hill . From a painting by Antonio Joli ( 1700- 77 ) in the possession of the Hon. Mrs. Ionides

    Twickenham Local government Urban District of Twickenham

    contributed to the London County Council's purchase of Marble Hill in 1902 in order to preserve the view from Richmond Hill . 23 The York House Society was formed about 1922, 24 and its efforts to save the house from

    The liberty of Westover with Holdenhurst and Bournemouth INDEX MAP TO THE LIBERTY OF WESTOVER

    Westbourne , Springbourne , Pokesdown , Boscombe and in the Winton and Malmesbury Park district, while in Bournemouth upon Richmond Hill is the Punshon Memorial Wesleyan Church. The Primitive Methodists have chapels at Bournemouth , Pokesdown , and Springbourne ,

    Parishes Richmond (anciently Sheen )

    being about 50 ft. above the ordnance datum, but the ground rises to 100 ft. on the summit of Richmond Hill , the upward slope being from north to south. The top of the hill, however, where the ' Star

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of hi Viets of Edbid nh uA or ift Ba of a carbOroiigA Siili Vastle, and his Pleas o] Richmond Hill, and nee' Tuir~iten hen1t M~r. CL.EN'SVLLt iS full of *en-hility to rtie gencral 100k of Nature. Thus.his ,Evening, whirb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for 285, 339, 126, Erening, and 163, Piete of Richmonsl, with their vellow and purple light; 294, Scene fJoes Richmond Hill, where the swm is resigning toa the softer sway of the moon; also 168. Earl Morning, when the--UZo is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ait Littlethorpe, near Ripen, in his 31st year, James, second son of Major-Goes. Maloter. On the 7th inst. at Richmond Hill, Dublin, Susanna, widow of the late Capt. Ponsonby Melesworth, of the 29th regiment of foot, and sister of Lieut.-Gen; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obvious to require comment. The terminus at Brighton is proposed to be at aesouth erds of the Carlton or Richmond Hill, near the upper end of Dorset Gardens, a point the most central and sonveniunt posible to the inhabitants, being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Francis Egerton to the peerage, a joint deputation from Liverpool and Manchester has waited upon Mr Wm. Brown, of Richmond Hill, Liverpool, requesting him to stand for the vacant seat. Mr Brown has consented, and has issued an address to Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Richmond Lodge

    Number (1832): 790 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 23 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Richmond Hill,Richmond Hill (York), Ontario, Canada West 1847

    Sowest Lodge

    1942 Wingfield House, 261 South Lambeth Road, London, England 1970 Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, London, England 1971 Richmond Hill Hotel, Richmond Hill, Richmond, England, England 1985 South East London Masonic Centre, 3 Avenue Road, Penge, London, England 1986

    Alfred Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Private Room, Bro. Hodgson's Academy, Upperhead Row, Leeds, Yorkshire 1795 Private Room, Richmond Hill, Leeds, Yorkshire 1798 Buck Inn, Call Lane End, Leeds, Yorkshire 1800 Private Room, Leeds, Yorkshire 1804 Old Crown Inn,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DARELL, Lionel (1742-1803), of Richmond Hill, Surr.

    (1742-1803), of Richmond Hill, Surr. Constituency Dates Hedon 1784 1802 Ofifces Held Senior merchant, E.I. Co. 1768; keeper of account deposits 1770; director 1780-3, 1785-8, 1790-3, 1795-1798, 1800- d. Biography Darell entered the East India Company’s service two years after

    DARELL, Lionel (1742-1803), of Ancaster House, Richmond Hill, Surr.

    of Ancaster House, Richmond Hill, Surr. Constituency Dates Hedon 1784 151802 Ofifces Held Sub accomptant with rank of sen. merchant E.I. Co. (Bengal) 1768, keeper of acct. deposits 1770; sheriff, Calcutta 1770-1; returned to England 1775; dir. E.I. Co. 1780-d.

    FINCHETT MADDOCK, John (?1775-1858), of 9 Abbey Square, Chester and Cae Gwyn, Caern.

    vindictive will of the attorney Richard Maddock of Horton, Tarvin, Cheshire and Richmond Hill, Caernarfon, in compliance with which he and his family, who inherited Richmond Hill (Cae Gwyn), took the additional surname of Maddock.[footnote] Finchett Maddock brought his only

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1734, 02 January 1734-29 January 1734

    of certain lands near the parish of Petersham, formerly part of Richmond park, abutting northward on the road from Richmond Hill to Petersham, containing in all 24 acres 3 roods, and another piece of land with a right to water

    Warrants etc., October 1698, 1-15, 01 October 1698-15 October 1698

    and ditch extending 62 perches along same; and abuts east on the open part of the said park called Richmond Hill and adjoining a piece of land already in the said Earl's possession near the gravel walk leading from his

    Twickenham

    who decorated several of the rooms with her own paintings. Mr. Cambridge . Portraits . In the meadows, opposite Richmond Hill, stands the seat of Richard Owen Cambridge, Esq. well known in the literary world, particularly by his poem of

    Index of persons and Places, Q, R

    154. keepers of. See Aldridge, ; Hyde, L., Earl of Rochester. mole-catcher. See Badgar, H. repairs in, 284, 410. Richmond Hill, 154. salaries, 259, 410. underkeepers of, memorial of, 410. See also Westwood, . wind damage, 284. woodland, 124, 146,

    Richmond

    istius expensis Richmondi crevit: hujus arte etiamnum crescere videtur, 1720." Baronetage, 1741. vol. iv. p. 185. Thomson's Compliment to Richmond Hill is well known. See a list of Poems on Richmond and its Hill in Gough's British Topography, vol. ii.

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A supplicatory letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh., 1819

    or provincial; or, as Mr. Canning calls them, " rural. " The House laughed al; the pleasing picture of Richmond Hill , dotted, not with sheep, but demagogues, and re-, taining in long echoes the never-dyjng periods, of some Reformers Subscribers-only content

    A letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh., 1819

    or provincial; or, as Mr. Canning calls them, " rural. " The House laughed at the pleasing picture of Richmond Hill , dotted not with sheep, but demagogues, and re¬ taining in long echoes the never-dying periods of some Reformers Subscribers-only content

    Jury packing in Ireland., 1887

    ' Kenua, C 50 George Byrne , Worehampton-road dairyman Allenswood, Lucan grazier Inchicore, North gentleman 83 Pembroke road gentleman Richmond Hill , Monkstown major-general Dean ' s Rath, Clondalkin farm er Balleragh, Tallaght gentleman Newtown Park , Blackrock merchant Whitehall Subscribers-only content

    Jury packing in Ireland., 1887

    Rathmiues, 3 St. John ' s-road , Merrion , 13 Sepentine-avenue, Simmonscourt, Rathland, East, Harold ' s Cross, 17 Richmond Hill , Rathmines, Clonswords, Balrothery West, Finnstown, Lucan, 30 Palmerston-road, Rathmines, 2 Gilford-road, Dublin , Castleknock, 34 James ' -street, Subscribers-only content

    The Richmond and Hampton-Court guide, etc., 1850

    of the river brings us sud¬ denly opposite its elegant bridge, backed by the gorgeous scenery of the fdi-famed Richmond Hill . Although the ancient village of Twickenham is above a mile higher, at the water-side, the parish extends to Subscribers-only content

 

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