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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools St. Marylebone Grammar School

    GRAMMAR SCHOOL (THE PHILOLOGICAL SCHOOL) In 1792 Thomas Collingwood and other charitablyinclined gentlemen founded a school in Mary Street (later renamed Stanhope Street , N.W. 1). Here they gathered to read lectures, the boys being required to listen and then

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions from 1915 to 1945

    brick in a neo-Georgian style. The first post-war L.C.C. housing 83 was the Collingwood estate, on 5 a. of the cleared Brady Street site between Brady and Collingwood streets. Work began on the first block in 1922 , which opened

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions after 1945 Social and Cultural Activities BETHNAL GREEN: HOUSING ESTATES c . 1986

    built 830 dwellings in Bethnal Green , 26 the others being added to existing estates: Collingwood , with 178 new flats in Grindall, Redmill, and Collingwood houses on the Darling Row site, and Dinmont, with 92 in Beechwood and Sebright

    Birch Churches

    and a pulpit cloth. 81 William Collingwood , rector from 1639, was replaced in 1643 . John Ludgater who was on the Lexden Classis in 1647 , served Birch in the period 1643-53 . Collingwood served again from 1660 to

    West Twyford Introduction

    , Spec. Brit . 41. e.g. John Cressy (d. 1585): Grange Mus ., 4 I 3; Thos. Richardson and Geo. Collingwood in 1620 : P.R.O., STAC 8/267/7. Census , 1801-11 ; Lysons, Environs (Suppl.), 323. Nos. hos. Census , 1801-1921

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, Boro', Mr. William ddy Benjamin Jones (Ben), gynt o Rhoshelig, Ceinewydd a tein Miss Catherine Jane Evans (Jennie), 34, Collingwood euid st., Blackfriars road, Llindain. dda PRI1CHARD.-JONES.- Meh. 13, yn Jerusalem, Betbesda, yngl gan y Parch. T. Roberts, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uttered the words, "it is all over," and died immediately. On the 17th inst., at Tyttemouth, Lady Collingwood, widow of thte late Vice-Admsiral Collingwood. Onike2Q.2d inst., at his house, in Charles-street, BerkeleY square,, Mrs. Caldwell, wife of Admiral Caldwell, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LoaDn Windsor CnastleAyamea nte, June i1. I avail myself of the pp nrtunify afforded bythepasinfg of the Nautilus from LoTd Collingwood' to Sir Charlet Cotton, to congratulate your Lordship on the surrender of the French squadron of live line of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Worthesk, Rear Admiral of Great Britain. This venerable Nobleman was the last surviving Admirai who, with Lords Nelson and Collingwood, commanded intevctor of Trafalgar. On the 1tth ult., John Gamble, Esq., of Strabane, Author of Views of So- ciety Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drirecan; Treuttel tdt IC ,Co Cowie and Co.- J. Souter; Simpkin andi Marshall; Hohiswortit and C1"> 1l3ack and Co. .. Collingwood; Smith, Elder, and Co.; Houiston ari on, Stirling and Co., Edinburgh; and Robinsor. Liverpool. man hundred * Without increasing Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLLINGWOOD, Robert (by 1499-1556), of Eslington, Northumb.

    Dacre’s scheme for permanent garrisons at certain fortresses in the east and middle marches, Collingwood was to command a garrison of 20 men at Eslington.[footnote]In 1523 Collingwood was granted an annuity of 20 marks during pleasure, but in December of

    COLLINGWOOD, Daniel (c.1634-81), of Branton, Eglingham, Northumb. and Whitehall.

    COLLINGWOOD, Daniel (c.1634-81), of Branton, Eglingham, Northumb. and Whitehall. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 10 Jan. 1665 Morpeth Oct. 1679 Morpeth 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for militia, Northumb. Mar. 1660, assessment, Northumb. Aug. 1660-1, 1663-80 co. Dur. 1673-9, Berwick 1673-80, loyal

    BAKER, William (1743-1824), of Bayfordbury, Herts.

    on metropolitan affairs, he still occasionally contributed to debates on them. He spoke up for naval officers like Duckworth and Collingwood, whose services were not appreciated. He was a connoisseur of procedural matters and parliamentary privilege. On 10 Feb. 1802


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