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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rotherhithe

    the Metropolitan Board of Works to provide a park for the south-eastern districts of London , to be called Southwark Park . 59 This is a pleasant place, which covers a considerable area and includes an artificial sheet of water.

    The borough of Southwark Manors

    in the king's house in Southwark , for the making of bird-cages there and the scouring of ditches in Southwark Park between the private garden and the water-slaice. 53 These improvements have probably been recorded by the name of Birdcage

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Southwark Lodge

    Meeting Places Red Bull Inn, High Street, Peckham, London 1861 Edinburgh Castle Tavern, Peckham Rye, London 1863 Maismore Arms Tavern, Park Road, Peckham, London 1869 Southwark Park Tavern, Southwark Park, London 1873 Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, Southwark, London 1884

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 20 June 1657, 20 June 1657-20 June 1657

    and erect Garden-Houses on a certain Piece or Parcel of Land, commonly called or known by the Name of Southwark Park , lying on the West Part of the Borough of Southwark in the County of Surrey , sold, by

    Charles II - volume 58, August 1662, 01 August 1662-31 August 1662

    business. [ Adm. Paper . ] Aug. 10. 28. Information of Prudence Phillips, of Devonshire. William Harris lived in Southwark Park, at the house of Capt. Masser, he said he was going to remove; he may be heard of at Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    37, 41, 45, 80, 85, 88, 97, 102, 116, 118, 149. Bridge House Gate , 54. Castle Street , Southwark Park, 82, 101. Clinck , The, 69. Crucifix Lane , 144. Deadman's Place , 85, 94, 102 104, 159. Street

    Index, S, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    775 (f. 56): p. 436: g. 200 (36). -, "Stewes," i. 592; ii. 199 (111). -, Suffolk House and Southwark Park, i. 643 (f. 88); ii. p. 434. Southweald , Essex, i. g. 149 (40). Southwell. Notts , ii. 199

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    New London: her parliament and its work, 1895

    Park -Cart shed 580 5 2 672 14 3 Victoria Park -Refreshment house 1,029 5 0 1,520 2 9 Southwark Park - Shelter for cricketers 474 2 9 636 10 n Clapham Common -Conveniences 706 19 0 1,059 3 2 Subscribers-only content

    Report upon Metropolitan Railway and other schemes: Session 1879, 1879

    rail:- Opposite Star Corner Crimscott Street Neckinger Eoad Dockley Road Between Drummond Eoad and Jamaica Level Opposite Southwark Park Between Southwark Park and Market Place.. Opposite Bush Road Between Albion Street and Windmill Lane Deptford Lower Road and Evelyn St Subscribers-only content

    Report: 1875, 1875

    Embankments and Queen Vic¬ toria Street 52,174 14 0 Other Improvements under Special Acts- Finsbury Park 849 15 7 Southwark Park 4,203 3 7 " Whitechapel Improvement 189 1 2 Stingo Lane 125 17 9 Park Lane „ 130 2 Subscribers-only content

    Report: 1875, 1875

    cost of £117,870. Southwark Park contains 63 acres, and cost £117,242. The expenses of the Parks , as estimated for 1876 , are as follows :- Heads. Finsbury Park , opened 1869 . 115 acres. Southwark Park , opened 1869 Subscribers-only content

    Report: 1875, 1875

    sbury Park, Southwark Park , Victoria andChelsea Embank¬ ment Gardens. Leicester Heads. opened opened Square, 1869 . 1869 . 1874 . 115 acres. 63 acres. 15 acres. £ £ £ £ Continued. Bedding plants and seeds 50 > 50 50 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    want to sell no less than 20 acres. of the best portion. The same observations, utctaiis inustandis, apply to Southwark Park. It is as plain a breach of contract with the public and with Parliament as was ever attempted; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    next Mondav, to consider what further steps should be taken with reference to the proposed building encroaclh- ments on Southwark Park. The annual meeting of the Royal Arclhzeological Insti- tute of Great Britain and Ireland ivill be held at Leicester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coast of Japan in December and January last: The action of the Metropolitan Board of Works in reference to Southwark Park was considered at a meeting held in Bermondsey on Monday night. The meeting passed a resolution of indignation, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mayor a few weeks back. Thre provision of free open music for the people is ex%- tending. Al " Southwark Park MXonday Popular Biand " has h)een establis1hed, which is to play eve-ry Monday evening except bank holidays during the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the fodder of his cows produces a (I large increase in the production of milk t The New Southwark Park, which is to be opened by Sir I John Thwaites in July next, is intended to be overlooked by Subscribers-only content

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