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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    in Swiss Cottage Library 2. High Street in 1881 . From a watercolour by J. P. Emslie in Swiss Cottage Library 3. Hampstead Wells from the Heath in 1745 . From an etching by John Chatelaine in Swiss Cottage Library

    Hampstead Communications HAMPSTEAD COMMUNICATIONS

    dark green Atlas cars left Swiss Cottage and red or light blue cars left Kilburn at still shorter intervals. Less frequently, omnibuses ran from Kilburn to Willesden green and on 'rural routes' from Swiss Cottage to Hendon and Finchley ,

    Hampstead Judaism

    Road ( Willesden ). 10 The period between the World Wars brought many Jewish refugees from Europe, especially to Swiss Cottage and West Hampstead , and several congregations set up their own synagogues. 11 Hampstead synagogue, Dennington Park Road ,

    Hornsey , including Highgate Social and cultural activities

    that at Green Street , at the foot of Highgate West Hill , mentioned in Lloyd, Highgate , 409-11. Swiss Cottage libr., Heal Colln., A III 3. Muswell Hill Rec. and Friern Barnet Jnl . 29 May 1956 . Hassell,

    Hornsey , including Highgate Buildings of Highgate

    R. Latham and W. Matthews , v. 224. Camden History Rev . iv. 11-12. See p. 197. D.N.B . Swiss Cottage libr., Heal Colln., A III, 87. Camden History Rev . iv. 12. Highgate Soc. News , Nov. 1976 ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I balasau addurnedig, a coed prydferth, gerddi, a rhodfeydd ynoeu hamgylchynu. G*yr eich darllenwyr, e mnae'n debyg, am y Swiss Cottage ci fod yn un o'r rhai b Mwyaf prydferth a ellir ddiegrifio. Mae yn dri neu a bedwar aehder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the reception of Works Of At; a long range o f (lonservatories, stocke d ith the choicest Piants; a Swiss Cottage, &c. &o.-Admission. 5r. eachr Person, from Ten till Six o'clock. $OUTHAMPTON and PORTSMOUTHI to HAVRE 00 de GRACE.-The GEORGE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the: summit of the Ruilding-and the Salofon for Works of Art - - *3as. To view the Coisservatories, Swiss Cottage, Alpine Scenery, Waterfalls - 2Y. Toview the Pannroata only . _ - is Tbe whole viewed for 5s.-Children, Half-price. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ball and Cross fron St. Paul's Cathedral, and View from the Summit, One Shilling. To te Cnsevatrie, FuntinMarne Cavern, Swiss Cottage, Alpine Scenery, Water-falls, &-c. &c., One Shilling. ' , pn AT SAVILLE-HOUSE, LEXCESTER-SQUARE, at Eight Mr. PEMBERTON commnnences his$ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Cross from St. Paul's Cathedral, and View from the Summit, One Shilling. To the Conservatories, Fountain, Marine Cavern, Swiss Cottage, Alpine Sceneryj Water-falls; &c. &c., One Shilling. GRAND LAUNCHES at WOOLWICL, on TuESDAY, the Ist ay, in presrece of Subscribers-only content


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