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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM AND TEDDINGTON before the inclosures in 1818 & 1800 respectively

    25 Strawberry Hill Station , opened probably in 1872 , 26 on the Kingston branch line, is said to have been primarily intended for Lady Waldegrave 's numerous guests. 27 The south end of the park at Strawberry Hill had

    Industries Printing

    enterprises of the brilliant Horace Walpole was the private printing-press which he set up on 4 August 1757 at Strawberry Hill , his villa at Twickenham . In his letter of this date to Sir Horace Mann he says, 'I

    Twickenham Economic and social history

    Norwich , lived in the parish and was a well-known gardener and an expert tree-grafter. 19 The name of Strawberry Hill , which occurs in 1631 , 20 may indicate that strawberries had been grown there at some time. In

    Twickenham Roman catholicism

    since about 1943, by the Christian Brothers of Ireland at 38 Strawberry Hill Road since about 1952, and by the Brothers of Christian Instruction at 26 Strawberry Hill Road since about 1953. 73 In the north of the parish the

    List of illustrations

    . From an engraving by W. Woollett , published 1757, in the British Museum (B.M. Maps K.30.21.c) " 150 Strawberry Hill , Twickenham , 1826. From a drawing by John Buckler in the British Museum (Add. MS. 36371, f. 10),

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 17th June 1852

    Ld Oxford ) who wished to marry here, & left her, & her sister, who died this winter little Strawberry Hill . She is in perfect possession of her strong intellect, - is neither, blind or deaf, & very agreeable,

    Friday 20th May 1842

    various things, & signed. - Have bought a little picture in oils, which Seymour got for me at the Strawberry Hill Sale, - a portrait of Philip of Austria son of the Emperor Maximilian , which is a very pretty

    Friday 6th April 1838

    Melbourne said that Horace Walpole tells that one day he(I think) gave the Duke of Gloucester a fête at Strawberry Hill ; and the Duchess came over before to see that all was right; and when she came there she

  • * British History Online *

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    Twickenham

    49 , at which most of his own works and some other books have been printed. Cottage . The cottage in the flower-garden was formerly the residence of Franklin, the printer of the Craftsman. Rules for seeing Strawberry Hill

    Carshalton

    wast married to Prannell 36 ?" There is a whole length portrait of the duchess in the gallery at Strawberry Hill; two prints of her are extant, both of them very rare. Rectory . The church, which is dedicated to

    Merton

    are a thousand persons now employed within the walls in the different manufa tories; a pleasing colle tion at Strawberry Hill. contrast to the monastic indolence which reigned there in former times. The manor . The manor of Merton, after

    Theobalds

    to shew it, as the family was in town attending the funeral of their lord." Translation of Hentzner's Journey (Strawberry Hill, 1758), p. 54. The fruit of four muscadine vines was valued at 4l. 15s. per annum. Among the trees

    Miscellanea, Introduction

    of the ancient pontifical finger-ring of the Bishops of Llandaff, which in 1769 was in Horace Walpole's possession at Strawberry Hill. To Mr. Oliver H. Jones of Fonmon Castle I am indebted for permission to copy the amusing Rules of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DEUrY-LANE. TO MORROW, MONDAY, AUGUSr 2a, the Tragedy of OTHELLO: Othello, Sir KEAN. with The PRISONER at LARGE. On TUESDAY, TOWN and COUNTRY: Rleaben Glenroy, Mr. KEAN. Whi PAST TEN O'(IOCK. Ok THURSDAY, The IRON CHEST. uO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DEURY-LANE. TO MOSRROtW, M4ONDAY, SEPT. 4, the Tragedy of MACBETiH. MIfac- beth, W:. LEA N. With The DEAF LOVER. On TUESDAY, The MOUNTAINEERS. Octavian, Mr. KEAN. On WEDNELSIIAV, OTHELLO. Othello, Mr. KEAN. Ol THI ISDAY, VENICE PRESERVED). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years. On the 24th ilt., Colonel the Hon. Edward Acheson, brother to the Earl of Gosford, aged 45. At Strawberry hill, Manchester, Richard J. D. Ashwortb, Esq. barrister-at- law. John Coulburn, postman between Atherton and this town, aged 67 years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    observe en passant, that I wonder Horace did not go mad about the chairs, which are exactly in the Strawberry Hill taste, only infinitely finer, crimson velvet, with backs six feet high, and sumptuously carved.) " There is a private Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week before her death, and retained her faculties until the last.-Leeds M1ercirry. On the 3d inst., at his house, Strawberry hill cottage, Twickenham, John Bull, Esq., Clerk of the Journals of the House of Commons, in the 59ch year of Subscribers-only content

 

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