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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harefield Mills

    in 1086 , 8 which probably stood on the River Colne . Hackett 's water-mill was held from the lady of the manor at the end of the 12th century, 9 and remained in the Hackett family for over a

    Stanwell Introduction

    from the River Colne south of West Drayton and joins the Colne Brook at Poyle . Just below Mad Bridge another stream branches out of the Poyle Mill River and runs past Yeoveney to join the River Colne just before

    Staines Mills

    probably one of the two mills in existence in 1503 and 1694, 76 and, since it stood on the River Colne , was presumably that mill in Staines whose occupier claimed to have been injured by Henry VIII 's construction

    Stanwell Mills

    established: all the later mills stood on the Poyle stream, the Wyrardisbury River, or the present River Colne . 10 There are frequent references to water-mills in Stanwell in the Middle Ages and 'atte Mill' was a common surname. 11

    Harefield Introduction

    almost six miles north and south, it covers only 2½ miles at its widest from east to west. The River Colne forms the western boundary of the parish and county; the northern, southern, and part of the eastern boundaries run

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Tuesdaynight, waskifled, owing to the horse having bolted and gone over the parapet of the bridge over the River Colne. The body of the deceased was found on Wednesday morning. The horse was alive. The Duchess of Buccleuch is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    still remains and the punishment 8-may follow." ,a The masters and crews of four smacks, belonging to rk the River Colne, were summoned before the Colchester leMagistrates, on Saturday, for illegally detaining a }e quantity of property belonging to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of four feet. The traffic to Doncaster is s'opped. A great flood took place at Huddelrtfield on Saturday. The River Colne overflowed its banks to the height of ten feet, Vastdnanage'was done to the manufactories and to agriculture, Ur. James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday afternoon four lives wver lost by the cap. sicing of a smnall boat at the mouth of tile River Colne. The smen formed the orew of bthe barge Rlobert, of aid- stone, engaged in the conveyance of biay snd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spring hlss beenr tapped, whish rises to a leve) of about 3tt. 2ie. ahove the level of the Adjacent River Colne, and O' 'withinl 7t of the top of the welL 1 'bave tested the spring t, sth r, mw Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 30 January 1641, 30 January 1641-30 January 1641

    had Leave granted them to visit the Archbishop of Cant . Bill for bringing Water to London from the River Colne. Hodie 1 a vice lecta est Billa, An Act for bringing a new Stream of Fresh Water to the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 6 February 1641, 06 February 1641-06 February 1641

    6 die Februarii. PRAYERS. Bill for bringing Water to London from the River Colne. Hodie 2 a vice lecta est Billa, An Act for bringing a Stream of Water, from the River of Colne , to the Cities of London

    Volume 248, July 3-December 31, 1724, 03 July 1724-31 December 1724

    Chesham Waters, and other Great Springs, all join the River Colne above Rickmansworth, and there make a vast river. And the Gultchwell springs in Middlesex run into the same River Colne, near two miles below Rickmansworth. Petitioner contracted with the

    Preface

    His first attempt had been to obtain an Act in 1718, 1719, and 1720 to bring water from the River Colne, at St. Albans. A committee reported that the scheme was practicable. The millers of Hertfordshire and others, however, opposed

    Index, G, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    George; ccxxxiii. 23. Gade , the, a tributary of the River Colne in Hertfordshire; ccxlviii. 30. Gage , Viscount, one of the verderers of the Forest of Dean, memorial of; ccxxxv. 29. Galicia , Viceroy of; cclxv. 27. Galloway ,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Thames and Metropolis improvement plan, 1849

    THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER WITH PURE WATER FROM THE RIVER COLNE ;-containing, likewise, the details of a Proposition for securing the Thames from the admission of the Sewage, and rendering it available as Manure. With numerous Plates. London Subscribers-only content

    Thames and Metropolis improvement plan, 1849

    iroin the Colne per minute. Quantity of water in cubic feet flowing over Teddington Weir, and also from the River Colne at Islewoith, in 24 hours. Distance below Teddington Lock that the above River Waters would fill up to low Subscribers-only content

 

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