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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Morden

    road separates it from Sutton and boundaries across the fields from Cheam and Malden on the west, while the River Wandle separates it from Mitcham . The parish, which is still quite rural, includes the greater part of Ravensbury Park,

    Parishes Merton

    Clay , but the old village with the site of the priory is on gravel and alluvium of the River Wandle . An award was made for the inclosure of Merton Common in 1817 , under an Act of 1816.

    Parishes Wandsworth

    50 ft. above the ordnance datum except in the east and south-east, where it rises to 100 ft. The River Wandle 2 enters it from the south and flows northwards into the Thames . The stream is probably named from

    Parishes Wimbledon

    up about 35 acres. The parish lies between the Beverley Brook , which forms its western boundary, and the River Wandle , which skirts its eastern boundary. Both flow northwards into the Thames . The surface level varies from about

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meeing that the plan of carrying the water of the river Wandle to Clpham, for the supply of thes tasel of site setropelis, as proposed by the River Wandle Water Company, avodl b le of serious isj ary to all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bathea, &c- Iothe plai 5nbleand wraedt S~taffesed hire tiles for pa- Holland street, Surrey font of ldlaokfrisrs bridge. THE RIVER WANDLE WVATER.COMP-INY T SCHEME.-At a numerously-attended PUBLIC MEETING of the Opreatie s employed in the ariodes Faetories son the lacks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large area of ground. tnclude ta valuable wh"arfpm he River Thames, and are admirably situated for manifiacturing purposes. The River Wandle Passes through the proper ty, and affords an excellent supply of water of a suitable quallty. Mr. McMumray hiss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Mitchain Commtittee, 1) -appointed to watch over the Interests of Parties owning andI EE, gPreporty near the River Wandle. Notwithstanding ,such dfeence in their scheme, the Company have pitt fortl D .n in their present Prospectus that they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oiner's Shop, Storebouse s, Office, Foreman and Gardener's Cottages, Stabling, Loose lox, and Coachb-ouses. The Property abuts upon the River Wandle, affordiug good water supply for manufacturing purposes, and there are several Steam-engines and a large quantity of ex- ernsive Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    few days after 9 ." The summer assizes are now held alternately at Croydon and Guildford. River Wandle . The small river Wandle, which falls into the Thames at Wandsworth, has its source in this parish, near the church. The

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