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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwobr £2. Mr. W. Booth, Caerdydd. Cynllunwaith. Cofgolofn Genedlaethol i blew- elyn ap Gruffydd. Gwobr £25. Mr. H. Price, West Kensington. Papyr Mur. Gwobr £3. Mr. W. Hartfield, Bangor. Tystysgrif, Mr. J. Edwards, Blaenau Ffestiniog. Cadair Farddol, 1898, J. Edwards, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square Vigers, James, Great Saffron hill, Holbom Waddiloe, Edward, jan. 69 Lincoln's-inn fields Waddilve, Dr Alfred, 8 Laidbroke pl. West Kensington Waddilove, Cyras, 17 Glorcester place Wadj iove, Edward, 1 7 Gloncester place Wale, C,,arles Joseph, 9 Crown office row, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Dilke, Barl., M.P., and Mr. J. F. D. Firth, AI.P., LL.D., were elected members of the Cedars Club, West Kensington, on Tuesday last. The Right Hon. J. G. Goschen, Myp., anti the Right Elon. W. E. Forster, ALr., will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilath of the bisp sing Mr. Wm. Paul, late editor of the r yTic 5 Zing or Friday at West Kensington, in the 74th year of 111 died the The Piesident of the Boer Republic, who is no ie t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other Rx. Fs latsisatiomss at an inclusive elhargs.-ior tecmue. apl;y, personally or P1 1i stwriting, at 46, Aurini Road, West Kensington, ISM MELCOMBE REGIS SCHOOL, WVEYMOUTH.- El ousiet: The Rhislt Roen. ths Viscount PORTMAN Head J. Master: Rev'. JOHN MILLERl. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious history Non christian faiths

    Church ) Street was not intended for Chelsea residents and served no local place of worship. 16 Hammersmith and West Kensington synagogue at Brook Green ( Hammersmith ) was the nearest synagogue after its opening, as a constituent of the

    Sport, ancient and modern Athletics

    sports in London since 1867; but, when the Lillie Bridge grounds were closed, they founded the Queen's Club at West Kensington in 1877 . Here is a splendid cinder track of rather over three laps to the mile, and this

    Sport, ancient and modern Olympic games of London ( 1908 )

    The competitions in the Stadium had been preceded by those in racquets, in April, 37 at the Queen's Club, West Kensington ; in tennis and in lawn tennis (covered courts) at the same place in May; in polo at Hurlingham

    Sport, ancient and modern Football

    1883 that famous amateur club, the Corinthians, was formed. The club, whose head quarters are at Queen's Club in West Kensington , is composed of the pick of amateur players. The Corinthians have never entered for the Association Cup, but

    Acton Social and cultural activities

    grounds, leased to private clubs. Many came from elsewhere around London , such as Shepherd's Bush cricket club and West Kensington athletic club. Some local companies had sports grounds, including CAV, Eastman's, S.T.D., and Lowe & Bydone. The Gas Light


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