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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Woking Introduction and map INDEX TO THE HUNDRED OF WOKING

    that of Blackheath Hundred, q.v. The Hundred Court was held at Harmeshatch, 6 later called Harmesheath, near the borders of Ockham and Cobham parishes, on the verge of the hundred, as in the case of the court of Blackheath ,

    The hundred of Wotton Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF WOTTON

    Sir Edward Zouche, 1620, at the same time and in the same manner as the hundreds of Blackheath and Woking (see under Blackheath Hundred), and likewise descended to Earl Onslow . Population Returns , 1831, ii, 636. The hundred appears

    East Donyland Nonconformity

    altar with the pulpit to one side. 53 It was still in use in 1994 . A Baptist mission at Blackheath was opened in 1889 , and a chapel built there in 1905 . A new church was built in

    Friaries The observant friars of Greenwich

    ibid. vii, 837. Hasted, Hist. of Kent : Hund. of Blackheath (ed. Drake), 58, 88; L. and. P. Hen . VIII , vi, 1111. Hasted, Kent : Hund. of Blackheath (ed. Drake), 88. Ibid. 278. Ibid. 88; L. and. P.

    List of maps Wonersh

    gravel near the stream, neolithic implements and flakes are abundant, especially on Blackheath and near Chinthurst Hill . In 1900 a small round barrow was opened on Blackheath . It had contained a cinerary urn, broken to pieces when found,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 MORDEN College. The Founder's Will.

    . So much thereof as concerns the Liberal Gifts he left to Charitable Uses, and particularly to his College in Blackheath . F Irst, To be interred in his Chapel, in his College; at the Discretion of Dame Susan his

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Accidents.

    pray for me; I will speak faithfully, and without any Deceit. At the same Time as we were assembled upon Blackheath , and had sent to the King to come unto us; our Purpose was to have slain all such

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Deptford Hospital. MORDEN College.

    spacious Structure, in Form of a College, at his sole Charge, in a Field, called Great Stone Field , near Blackheath , not far from his own Habitation; and called it Morden College : for reception and harbour of poor,

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    Morden , a Citizen Born, a Turkey Merchant, founded lately a most Noble College (which goes by his Name) upon Blackheath , for such a Number of poor honest Merchants, being Fifty Years of Age, decayed, by reason of Losses,

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Accidents.

    the said John Tylar. Thus the Commons being drawn together went to Maidstone , and from thence back again to Blackheath . And so (in short time) they stirred all the Country (in a manner) to the like Commotion. Then,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sTn o*r gloch prydllawm-Maet Y yTuileries yn.garnedd losgedig. Crediirytellirarbe& o galle~ie y Lourre;-. i' Ceisiwya ~gwneyd rhywfatboarddangoiad' gwer- inol yh Blackheath, Iunldain, y; Sabbath diweddaf,. amcanpenif yrh*n oeddaymosod ar Lywodraeth Mr. Gladstone, ond -trodd y cwbl allan yn fethia-t o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disgwyliwydllawer am dano oedd cyfarfyddiad Mr. GLADSTONE: a'i ethol- I wvr ar gomin Blackheath, ddydd Sadwrn di t weddaf. Parotowyd lrawer asr ei gyfer, pro- d pphwydwyd ilawer yn- ei gyich. Pryderai. ac S ofnai llawer o oyfeillion y Prif Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y rhan fwyaf b lawer o'r mi- 'h leb .oedd pobi oeddynt yn yiwasgu at en gilydd yn a d'r Blackheath; a phan wnaeth Mr. Gladstonea'i briod" . id.- eu, hymddangoi ad. ar yr esgynlawr, derbyniwyd -ci r y hwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    th penran 25 o'r ddeddf addysg dras sybbwndd yn *y tymor nesaf.: Gellid casgin hyny oddiwrthi faralaith, Mr. GLADSTONE yn Blackheath; ond y P |mae arairth Syri JAmEs KiAY-SHU:TTLEWORTH :i. yni hagarw-yddb hyny yn lIe'd eglur. ae yn Wir bnad: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Addysg. collodd y Weinyddiaethlawer o'i phobuloprwydd yrV ystod yr hbner olaf o'r tlwyddyn. 6;wnaeth Mr. GLADSTONE yn ei aroith vn Blackheath, rvw gymaint i'w hadferyd i fiafr; ond rhaid symud i ffordd y penranau gwrthodedig yn y Ddeddt Addysg cyn Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALPOLE, Galfridus (1683-1726), of Westcomb House, Blackheath, Kent.

    of Westcomb House, Blackheath, Kent. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1715 21 Mar. 1721 Ofifces Held Capt. R.N. 1706; treasurer of Greenwich Hospital 1715-21; jt. postmaster gen. 1721-d. Biography Galfridus Walpole, a naval officer, lost his right arm in an action in

    HOWARD, Sir George (d.1580), of London and Kidbrooke, Kent.

    warden or master of the henchmen 1550-3; master of the armoury 1560-d.; j.p. Kent 1562; steward of crown lands at Blackheath 1571, Deptford, Greenwich, etc. 1572; gent. usher, privy chamber by 1579. Biography As a relative of Queen Elizabeth through

    MORDEN, Sir John, 1st Bt. (1623-1708), of Wricklemarsh, Blackheath, Kent

    Bt. (1623-1708), of Wricklemarsh, Blackheath, Kent Constituency Dates Colchester 1695 1698 Ofifces Held Appr. Levant Co. 1643, freeman 1659, asst. 1660–1, 1665, 1667, 1668–72, 1677–81, treasurer 1673–6; cttee. E. I. Co. 1667–71, 1672–3, 1674–8, 1679–83; member, New Eng. Co. 1677;

    STANHOPE, Hon. John (1705-48), of Blackheath, Kent.

    John (1705-48), of Blackheath, Kent. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1727 31734 Derby 13 Mar. 1736 4 Dec. 1748 Ofifces Held Sec. to embassy at The Hague 1728-32; ld. of Admiralty Feb. 1748-d. Biography John Stanhope was brought in by the Duke

    SCOTT, Robert (?1746-1808), of Blackheath, Kent

    (?1746-1808), of Blackheath, Kent Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1774 1780 Biography Scott’s father was one of a group of Scottish wine merchants, settled in Madeira and trading to the West Indies, the continental colonies, and the Guinea coast. About 1738

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 13th January 1836

    was a bitterly cold day, though bright and clear. We changed horses at Rochester, 2ndly at Gravesend and 3rdly at Blackheath . We reached Kensington Palace at a little before 2. We instantly went upstairs, that is to say, up

    Wednesday 13th January 1836

    was a bitterly cold day, though bright and clear. We changed horses at Rochester, 2dly at Gravesend & 3dly at Blackheath . We reached Kensington Palace at a little before 2. We instantly went upstairs, that is to say, up

    Monday 28th September 1835

    9. At 10 we left Kensington with Lady Flora, dear Lehzen, and Sir J .C. We changed horses first at Blackheath , then at Dartmouth , then at Rochester and lastly at Sittingbourne . It was a bright cold day.

    Monday 28th September 1835

    9. At 10 we left Kensington with Lady Flora, dear Lehzen, and Sir J .C. We changed horses first at Blackheath , then at Dartmouth , then at Rochester and lastly at Sittingbourne . It was a bright cold day.

    Wednesday 30th November 1836

    whole of the battlements of one side being completely carried away. We changed horses 1st at Dartford , then at Blackheath , and Lastly at Wansford ; we 4 reached dear old Claremont at a ¼ p.1, and I am

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for making, widening and keeping in repair, several Roads, in the several Parishes, of Lambeth, Newington, Saint George’s Southwark and Bermondsey, in the County of Surrey; and..., 11 June 1750

    ftreet, z'» /fo P«r^ 0/ <W George, Southwark, z» /fo Coa»/y '/ Surrey, /o /ft ZM»wbVto z« Eaft Greenwich, »«r Blackheath, ««i/* Lewifham Cfoovfo W /ft' Tunbridge ico^i, » /fo Gww/y 0/ Kent; or by or in purfuance of Two Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1717, 22 February 1718

    Parifii of St. George's South- " wark,\a the County of Surrey, to The Lime Kilns " in Eaft Greenwich, near Blackheath, and to 'Lewifham " Church, being the Tunbridge Road, in the County is of Kent," which was committed to Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1717, 27 February 1718

    of St. George's, South- " ivark, in the County of Surrey, to The Lime Kilns in " Eqfl Greenwich, near Blackheath, and to Lewifham " Church, being the Tunbridge Road, in the County of " Kent," was committed: " That Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1717, 3 March 1718

    of St. George's Soiith- " wark, in the County of Surrey, to The Lime Kilns in " Eaft Greenwich, near Blackheath, and to Leiuijham " Church, being the Timbridge Road, in the County of " Kent." J The Queftion was Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1717, 21 March 1718

    Parifh of " St. George's Southwark, in the County of Surrey, to " the Lime Kilns, in Eaft Greenwich, near Blackheath, ** and to Lewijham Church, being the Tunbridge Road, " in the County of Kent." " 16. An Aft Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Stray leaves from the supposed diary of William Ewart Gladstone., 1884

    Civil List. [This is the same Dilke that I have since given a place in the Cabinet. ] Speak at Blackheath . My chief object is to abuse Scott Russell [see entry for August i. ] , and to try Subscribers-only content

    Stray leaves from the supposed diary of William Ewart Gladstone., 1884

    28 -Add 1 ess my constituents at Blackheath . January 31 -Disiaeh at Aylesbury Retorts bitterly - " Peo¬ ple desire a little moie energy in our foreign policy, and a little less in our domestic policy. " February.-Disraeli at Subscribers-only content

    Stray leaves from the supposed diary of William Ewart Gladstone., 1884

    1876 ) is a phenomenon as extraordinary as it is, happily, rare. " ] August 18 .-Address my constituents at Blackheath . Attack . Beaconsfield and his Cabinet. Unceasing in my praises of Russia . " She has within her Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    he became an out-door preacher. During 1739 and subsequent years it is re¬ corded of him that he preached on Blackheath to twelve or fourteen thousand people, and on Kennington Common to twenty thousand; in Gloucester to seven thousand; in Subscribers-only content

    The grand old man., 1888

    tried in a hundied different fields and came off triumphant in all. Whether he addressed an immense multitude on > Blackheath , or held a listening Senate spellbound by the magic of his eloquence, whether he spoke in Italian or Subscribers-only content

 

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