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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 14 February 1650, 14 February 1650-14 February 1650

    1650 Die Jovis, 14 Februarii, 1649. Prayers. Richmond Park. THE Question being propounded, That the Parliament doth declare, That it was the Intention of the Parliament, in passing the Act for settling the new Park at Richmond on the Mayor

    Minute book, September 1695, 16-31, 16 September 1695-30 September 1695

    Algiers; and 1,350 l. for furnishing at Kensington and 550 l. for furniture of the [King's ] house at Richmond Park. [The like for ] 880 l. in tallies on the Excise [to be issued ] to the same [the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 17 July 1649, 17 July 1649-17 July 1649

    Bill for New England . Hospitals. Ordered , That the Bill touching the Hospitals be read on Thursday Morning. Richmond Park settled on the City. Mr. Salway reports an Act for settling the new Park of Richmond , alias Richmond

    Brokers

    King upon his restoration, and Housekeeper of St. James's, 1660; Keeper of the Lodge and Walk of Petersham, in Richmond Park, March 31st, 1663. He married Anne, only daughter and heir of Cuthbert Morley, Esq., of York. M.P. for Launceston,

    Index, V, 01 January 1667-31 December 1668

    628; Countess of Castlemaine, sons of, 264, 277; lands for, 305; money for, 446. -, Col. Edward, keeper of Richmond Park, 555, 609, 639. -, Col. Sir Edward (Capt. or Governor of Tynemouth Castle), 161 (for payments to as such,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 18th July 1842

    extreme regret of both of us, as we had been so peaceful, quiet, & happy there. We drove through Richmond Park , reaching Buckingham Palace, at 5. - Visited the Nursery & played on the piano. - Mama & her

    Sunday 21st February 1847

    after which I gave Vicky her religious lesson, & Bertie his, after luncheon. - Albert drove me over to Richmond Park , where we looked at one of the Lodges, where Ly Erroll used to live & which she now

    Tuesday 4th May 1841

    for them. Talked of Fanny & Jocelyn, liking so much the idea of having Ld Stuart 's house in Richmond Park , which I intend to give them. Ld Melbourne was delighted & said it would be so nice for

    Wednesday 25th May 1842

    such a peculiar charm about it, & we have spent such a very happy time there. We drove through Richmond Park & reached Buckingham Palace at 5. - Went up to the Nursery, then wrote in my Journal, & we

    Monday 26th April 1841

    had a note from Ld Stewart de Rothsay , wishing to give up at once his mother's house in Richmond Park . Talked of who I could give it to; - of the death of the Bishop of Worcester ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREVILLE, Hon. Robert Fulke (1751-1824), of Richmond Park, Surr.

    Fulke (1751-1824), of Richmond Park, Surr. Constituency Dates Warwick 1774 21780 New Windsor 1796 21806 Ofifces Held Cornet, 10 Drag. 1768, lt. 1772; lt. and capt. 1 Ft. Gds. 1775, capt. and lt.-col. 1780, ret. 1788. Ofifces Held Equerry to

    STUART, Hon. Charles (1753-1801), of Branser, Bute and Stone Lodge, Richmond Park, Surr.

    Branser, Bute and Stone Lodge, Richmond Park, Surr. Constituency Dates Bossiney 20 May 1776 181790 Ayr Burghs 1790 May 1794 Poole 1796 25 Mar. 1801 Ofifces Held Ensign, 37 Ft. 1768; lt. 7 Ft. 1770; capt. 35 Ft. 1773; maj.

    HARVEY, Daniel (1631-72), of Coombe, Surr.

    of militia horse, Surr. Apr. 1660, commr. for assessment. Aug. 1660-9, dep. lt. 1661-d., jt. keeper of Hartleton walk, Richmond Park 1661-d., New Park by 1668-d., commr. for corporations, Surr. 1662-3; freeman, Guildford 1662, commr. for oyer and terminer, Norfolk

    HAWARDE, (HAYWARD), Sir William (c.1617-1704), of Tandridge Hall, Surr.

    commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-80, corporations 1662-3, loyal and indigent officers 1662, oyer and terminer, Home circuit 1665, inquiry, Richmond Park 1671, rebuilding of Southwark 1677. Ofifces Held Capt. Duke of Richmond’s Horse 1666-7. Ofifces Held FRS 1665. Biography Hawarde’s

    HARVEY, Edward (1658-1736), of Coombe, Surr.

    HARVEY, Edward (1658-1736), of Coombe, Surr. Constituency Dates Bletchingley 1679 Clitheroe 1705 1713 Clitheroe 30 Mar. 1715 1722 Ofifces Held High steward, Kingston, Surr. 1707-d. Biography Harvey’s grandfather, a rich Turkey merchant, was the brother of William Harvey, who

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mortlake

    The Beverley Brook divides it from Putney . The whole of the southern part of the parish is in Richmond Park . The main body of buildings extends along the road parallel to the river, and along the road from

    Parishes Petersham

    is in fact a pleasant suburb of Richmond . It is between the Thames and the higher part of Richmond Park , which shelters it from the east. By the ' Richmond , Petersham , and Ham Open Spaces Act,

    Parishes Putney

    Roehampton and on Putney Heath , again sloping down to 50 ft. in Putney Vale and that part of Richmond Park which is included in the parish. Its area is a little over 2,252 acres. A map printed in 1800

    Parishes Richmond (anciently Sheen )

    the civil parish of Richmond is 1256, of which 557 belong to the Crown and include 67 acres in Richmond Park , 353 in the Old Deer Park , and 137 in Kew Gardens . 1a The greater part of

    Kingston-upon-Thames Manors, churches and charities

    name who, with Jane his wife, sold the manor in 1637 to Charles I 430 to be added to Richmond Park . In the 14th century land here, as at Kingston , Norbiton , and Coombe , was held by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, London, W. ,, Joln Hughes, New Jewin. SWYDDOGION Y GENHADAETE DRAMOR, TYaYsowariD .................... Mr. David Hughes, U.H., Winterdyne, Richmond Park, Livrrpool. TaYeoRYID CYv n v CrEN Mr. Thomas Edwards, U. ,, 11, Linnet Lane, Sefton Park, RADON MRDEnDIG Liverpool Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ordinary annual charges were-for St James's and H1yde Park, 10,0001. a year; for Regent's Park, 6,0001. a year; for Richmond Park, 12,0001. a year; for Windsor Park, '20,0001. a year. The extraordinary expenses were, in 1826, 1827, and 1S28-282,043!. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, SePT. 4. WHILTE Ne have been looking to Spain and Italy for the earliest results of the sympathetic elfect of the French Revolution upon other oppressed nations, the people of Belgium have drawn the attention of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drank several pots of porter aiid five or six glasses ot branidy there, and all wenit to walk in Richmond Park, except Ficken, wshom, on their return, they found drinking with another party. They then prepared for theirjourney home, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rfJJE POLtHE s b it No Par is the ma and againg WM e ng t A ers Si iect, and the- nety of the public t be guarded against the- pretences or sophistries which are put forth to- Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.291

    modernised. Location: Cottingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Sarme Park (Sarme Parke) : fieldname spelling has been modernised. Location: Cottingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Richmond Park (Richmonde Parke) : fieldname Location: Cottingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Newland Fields (Newlandes Feildes) : fieldname Location: Cottingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): West

    CP.H.299

    CP.H.299 Reference:CP.H.299 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Tithe (hay, cows, multure, calves, fleeces, lambs) Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1604 - 1604 People & Places Participant: Christopher Maltby [Maltbye; Maltby] Role: plaintiff Details: male;

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct, 1820

    Zincke Fct View in Richmond Park, with a figure riding a coach along a lane from the right background to the left foreground, along the edge of a forest in the left middle distance, a large tree in the right

    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct, 1820

    Zincke Fct View in Richmond Park, with a figure riding a coach along a lane from the right background to the left foreground, along the edge of a forest in the left middle distance, a large tree in the right

    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct, 1820

    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct View in Richmond Park, in the midst of a forest, with a deer standing in profile to left in the middle distance.Etching

    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct, 1820

    Zincke Fct View in Richmond Park, with a figure riding a coach along a lane from the right background to the left foreground, along the edge of a forest in the left middle distance, a large tree in the right

    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct, 1820

    Etchings of W F Zincke Fct View in Richmond Park, in the midst of a forest, with a deer standing in profile to left in the middle distance.Etching

 

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