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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hendon Education

    bilateral, and 5 grammar schools, as well as one special school, within the old parish. 89 Woodcroft , St. David's, Copthall , and Hendon grammar schools were reorganized under comprehensive plans in 1970 . 90 Elementary schools founded before 1903.

    Hendon Social life

    football club was founded in 1937 but had no ground in the parish until 1958, when one was opened in Copthall playing fields. 19 Hendon association football club, which won the F.A. Amateur Cup in 1960 and the Athenian League

    Hendon Public services

    Moat Mount open space (67 a.), 59 Arrandene park (57 a.), Watling park (46 a.), Montrose playing fields (30 a.), Copthall park (146 a.), West Hendon playing fields (62 a.), Woodfield park (40 a.), and Clitterhouse playing fields (50 a.).

    Stoke Newington Other estates Stoke Newington : estates c. 1814

    Martha (d. 1679) had 5 a. of copyhold south of Church Street and west of the glebe, together with le Copthall or the church house. The estate passed to Gilbert Dean , who conveyed it in 1681 to William Hurst

    Hendon Communications HENDON IN 1754

    The Hendon section of Edgware Road was turnpiked in 1711 . 28 Part of another Roman road was discovered in Copthall Fields in 1967 29 but its significance is uncertain. The second important route, from London via Hampstead , entered

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S.ITURDvA'1S JTONDOJY GAZETTE. This Gaentte recounts the capture of a French national srihriser oi 3 runs and 03 meti, liv licnt. l.11l, of his ?ia- jesir's ship P.l; phemuss; and of Le Venceur French privateer, of 16 gns and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J~ - 1 P-if4RJIAM,~ll1%lY.rT tfOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, June 12. The xb iLifr AnnAuities till, and Irish Spsirits Bill, were renl a i h t tine and paaeI On tr-:(IeSliw: for the thiird rrading ~of the Billifdr better tnatil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZEXTT. At the Court at the. Queen's Palace, the ist of ssvember, 1S09, present, the, King's Most Exccelenst Majesty in Council. This day the Right Hoonourable IHenry John Yciscait Pal- merston was, by his Majesty's coirnaund, sworn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IM[:PERIAL PAALIA NIPIT. 1hOUSE OF LORDS. ' Tnesdag, izezzse 5.. > The Cotess of Pembroke .(being a frezgaer) WmR intro- dacedl to the table of the Hinouse, where her Lady'llip took the occessdry Oaths, previously t4 her being nateralued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUESDAY'S LONDTON JAZETE., Thats dav Oereral Fulnk, entt O0 a special mis5ion frrm his Ma- jesty the 'King of Saxony, had a privale auldielive oF hi, Royal lliilnlless the Prince Relgent, to deliier Iliii tettpr of cr(eJence to Which Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 March 1803, 9 March 1803

    fame to the Houfe, without " any Amendment." The Houfe being moved, " That Alexander Gordon, Gordon to " of Copthall Court, Throgmorton Street, in the City of enter int,° " London, Gentleman, may be permitted to enter into «_llO^Dp* Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1806, 17 March 1806

    Doctor James Muirhead, of Logan; Thomas Hammerßey, Banker in London; Wil¬ liam Gordon? of Campbelltoivn ; and Alexander Gordon, of Copthall Court, London, Attorney at Law, furviving Truftees of the deceafed James Murray Efquire, of Broughton ; complaining of Three Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1806, 5 May 1806

    the Reverend Doftor James Muirbead of Logan, Thomas Hammer/ley, Banker in London, William Gordon of Campbeltown, and Alexander Gordon of Copthall Court, Lo?idon, Attorney at Law, furviving Truftees of the deceafed James Murray Efquire of Broughton, com¬ plaining of Four Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1806, 23 June 1806

    Reverend Doclor James Muirhead of Logan, Thomas Hammerßey Banker in London, William Gordon of Camp- belltown, and Alexander Gordon of Copthall Court, Lon- don, Attorney at Law, furviving Trtiftees of the deceafed James Murray Efquire of Broughton; fetting forth, " Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    your Letter of the 27th Instant : Messrs. Styans, No. 5, Scott's Yard, Bush Lane. Varnham & Co., No. 4, Copthall Court. Brooke & Co., No. 37, Old Jewry. Kemble& Co., St. Antholine's Churchyard, Watling Street. Layton & Co., No, Subscribers-only content


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