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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kew

    began to use it again as a country residence when his family became too large to be accommodated in Richmond Lodge . 64 The life led by the royal family at Kew was very domestic. According to a description written

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    Lady Eleanor Holles 's sch. , n , Lamb Farm est. , farmho. (?' Old Lamb '), ho., later Richmond Lodge , q.v . Lamb Lane (later part of Forest Rd .) , Lamb Lane (formerly Tower Street , off

    Hackney Manors HACKNEY: ESTATES OF PRINCIPAL LANDOWNERS c. 1830

    Grange , then Lenthall, Road) and, as a 'retired mansion' in walled grounds opposite St. Philip's church, was called Richmond Lodge in 1870 . 75 None of the Rhodes family is known to have lived there: Thomas Rhodes (d. 1856)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yesterdayr orningthe Prince atbonded servcet at tie ItalianL church, and after lunching with Countess de T3 War, droveo to Richmond Lodge, and dinea with the Duke asrd Juchess of Teck. To tdy his ROyal Higness leaves for Osborne, on a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the parish of Walton-on-tthe-1ill, and 10 wi terminate In the raid last-mentioned towssnhip andI pacish near to Pr Richmond Lodge, at tbs west end of the fStrand.Promenadle, IBout.e. 4. Two abort lines of railway, to coesect ilte said last-mentioned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    much value, other things of snore value, in the shape of wearing apparel, being taken at the same.-Louisa Newmsan; Richmond Lodge, Honour Oak-road, Forest Hill, in the service of Mr. C. T. Perry, as coolk, testifiedh to a burglary on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a petition, it was resolved to oppose the pro- al posed bill for supplying Bev.erley with water. ng The Richmond Lodge of Freemasons gava a of ball on Tuesday evening. The Earl and Countess of ea Zetland, the Mayor and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fortescue Gregg, df Knockcairn, Esq. £5; Colonel Arthur Chichester, M2P. £10; James Ralph, Esq. Comb- ; -Francis ITurnley, Esq. Richmond Lodge, £3. ' The Rev. Wm. Boyes has received, from Tiry Hamil- ton, Esq. for the use of the Poor Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STUART, Hon. James Archibald (1747-1818), of Admaleish, Bute.

    so much he cannot bear to see any of his family go counter to him.’[footnote] Living comparatively frugally at Richmond Lodge, Stuart ‘was become’, wrote Boswell, ‘an honest sagacious farmer and ... was cured of the two most baneful vices,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Local option: an argument against teetotal tyranny, 1888

    , Esq., 1, Chet- wynd Road, Laurence Road , Southsea . Bournemouth :-Hon. Secretary, J. R. Pretyman , Esq., Richmond Lodge . Scotland- Glasgow :- Hon. Secretai y, Archibald Craig , Esq., 156, Vincent Street . West of Scotland :-Hon. Subscribers-only content

    Municipal socialism, 1885

    Hon. Secretary, R. S. Clark ,.Esq., 4, Athenaeum Terrace . Bournemouth : Hon. Secretary, J. R. Pretyman , Esq., Richmond Lodge . Scotland-Glasgow and the West of Scotland ; Hon. Secretary, J. Lorne Stewart , Esq.. County Club, Ayr . Subscribers-only content

    Municipal and state socialism: an address to the Liberty & Property Defence League, 1886

    Hon. Secretary, W. Baker , Esq., 89, Montgomerie Road, Southsea . Bournemouth :-Hon. Secretary, J. R. Pretyman , Esq., Richmond Lodge . Scotland : Glasgow and the West of Scotland :-Hon. Secretary, J. Lorne Stewart , Esq., County Club, Ayr Subscribers-only content

    Socialism at St. Stephen's, 1869-1885, 1885

    Sec, R. S. Clark , Esq., 4, Athenaeum Terrace . Bournemouth : Hon. Sec, J. R. Pretyman , Esq., Richmond Lodge . SCOTLAND-Glasgow , and the West of Scotland -.-Hon. Sec, J. Lorne Stewart , Esq., County Club, Ayr . Subscribers-only content

    Socialism at St. Stephen's in 1883, 1884

    Secretary, R. S. Clarke , Esq., 4 Athenasum Terrace . Bournemouth : Hon. Secretary, J. R. Pretyman , Esq., Richmond Lodge . SCOTLAND-Glasgow : Hon. Secretary, C.J. Maclean , Esq., 81, Bath Street . Aberdeenshire : Hon. Secretary, Colonel W. Subscribers-only content

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