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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lambeth Introduction and Lambeth Palace

    Lambeth appear as the Prince's Liberty, Kennington , South Lambeth , Stockwell , the Archbishop's Liberty, Lambeth Marsh and Lambeth Deane , 5 and under Charles I there were South Lambeth , Stockwell (both tithings of Vauxhall ), Kennington and

    Lambeth The parish

    Vauxhall , where views were held for the tithings of South Lambeth , Stockwell , Streatham and Mitcham . 137 The two latter places had been members of South Lambeth . 138 There is no mention in Domesday Survey of

    Parishes Streatham

    Hundred. 208 Possibly this came to the Crown on the forfeiture of the count's son in 1106 (see also South Lambeth ) and was the estate granted nearly a century later by King John as the land of Streatham once

    Parishes Mitcham

    Church was granted by Bartholomew de Lisle, who had property in Mitcham , as appurtenant to his manor of South Lambeth (q.v.), to the Prior of St. Mary Overy in 1259 , 82 and has followed the descent of the

    The ancient parish of Harlow HARLOW c. 1875

    to Thomas Holt of Rochford . 236 By 1768 it had passed to Thomas Holt White (d. 1797) of South Lambeth (Surr.), brother of Gilbert White of Selborne ( Hants .), the naturalist, and probably godson of Thomas Holt .

  • * British History Online * *

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    James 1 - volume 68, April 1612, 01 April 1612-30 April 1612

    Ibid, p . 94. ] April 5. South Lambeth. 94. Sir Noel de Caron to Salisbury. Recommends a man who has worked for him ten years in building his house at South Lambeth, & c., to the place of Clerk Subscribers-only content

    Non-Freemen

    Lord Mayor to stay the execution until the pleasure of His Majesty or the Privy Council was further signified. South Lambeth, 22nd April, 1618. IV. 115. Memorial of John Van Hoobrouck and Henrick Schoesetters to the Lord Mayor, to the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 9 July 1830, 09 July 1830-09 July 1830

    said Minutes be printed. Petition for a purer supply of Water. A Petition of Copyholders, Leaseholders and Householders of South Lambeth and vicinity, was presented, and read; setting forth, That the Petitioners beg leave to call the attention of the

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1720

    referred to next meeting. 3. Read petition from Lambeth. Skeat instructed to look for a more convenient site between South Lambeth and Fox Hall, and consult minister and churchwardens. 4. Read memorial from Gilham and letter from James, stating that

    Lambeth

    of Henry Lord Hastings of Loughborough. It is now an academy, in the occupation of Dr. Roberts. South Lambeth . South Lambeth lies between Stockwell and Vauxhall. Here was the capital mansion of Sir Noel Caron, ambassador from the States

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nil ever beeD cosi'diered to be (that enviable charricler) an honest mitS.- . Tiiesday morning, at his hoase at. South Lambeth, Thomas Seward Beacherofi, E~q. OnI the 16ti lbstant, in t IllOth year 'of his age, at his house in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whidl he bled to death. She is now in custody. At Heavitrpe, in Devonslrire, Mrs. Buickley, of the La3P5, South Lambeth, of a girl. - WARRIAGES. On Monday, at St. GeorEe's Church, Franci- Bond lted, F~q of the Royal Engineers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles iteddelien, Esqg. of Loibeck, to Anna Mariae Jldest ~dau~gheter ol.fJotami DEAlTMS. On Wednesday, the o0th inst., at Vanxhall-place, South Lambeth, Mrs. Elisabeth J ay, aged 70. On t gr 9th instant, in Albany, Piccadilly, Rear Admiral JOI1r1 WilliarOl On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ellenthorougl's Act, for firing a loaded pistolatJohnCollinson the 4th ofJanuaryiinst-John Collins'examined: o live as servant with Mr. Beaufoy, of South Lambeth. On the 4th of Jinuary I was coming down the Vauxhall-road, at about eight o'clock: when was six yards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    provision is made for her ftuire gnbsisteie6e.The Res'. Mr. Wadsworth knew Mrs. Forbes as a ineiuberior his congregation at South Lambeth.. Mr. Fauntleroy had a pew for their use, and she was always regular and attentive in her de- votion. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Beaufoy's instant cure for the toothache

    Co., South Lambeth, London) [Dentistry, Patent medicines] THOMAS HARRIS ^ SON'S CRYSTAL SPECTACLES, THE BEST FOR PRESERVING THE SIGHT. Tlie first choice of spectacles is a most important one, as on it depends the pre¬? servation of the blessin'.^ of Subscribers-only content

    This and every evening, ...

    (This and every evening, ...) [Theater, Theater programs, Printed ephemera] €0? 09 m O (D <D m - . ^ ^9 o oo CO w CO § eo <» 5 *» w H ? W ? H ft' r::^^ Subscribers-only content

 

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