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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Clapham. Camberwell.

    the Scots and Bowyers now (or lately) inhabited; with divers other fair Seats. The Parish taketh in Peckham , and Dulwich , famed for its purging Waters, and the College. The Church is ancient, and adorned with many Monuments for

    Book 1, Chapter 27 DULWICH College.

    brought in here. One of these is, ] DULWICH COLLEGE : Called The College of GOD'S GIFT; Founded, Raised, and Builded by Edward Alleyn, Esq; Anno Dom. 1614 . A T Dulwich , in the County of Surrey , Four

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 List of Stage Coaches and Carriers.

    Rose Smithfield , mon. Dover Carrier, King's Head , Southwark , thurs. sat. Coach, Star Fish street , tues. sat. Dulwich Coach, Crown Southwark , every Day in Summer. Dorset Carrier, Rose Holborn-bridge , monday. Coach, Bell Strand , mon.

    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Penny Post.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Fire Office.]

    , Charlton , Chertsey , Chigwel, Cobham , Clapham , Conyhatch, Cranford , Croydon . Darlston, Deptford , Drayton , Dulwich . Ealing , Great and Small, Earls-Court, Edmonton , Eltham , Enfield , Epping . Finchley , Fox-Hall ,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Camberwell

    Clement, East Dulwich , and St. Barnabas , Dulwich , to the same; of St. John the Evangelist , East Dulwich , to trustees; of St. Stephen, South Dulwich , to Dulwich College ; and of St. Peter, Dulwich Common

    The borough of Southwark Charities

    was president of the college. Edward Alleyne , in connexion with his Dulwich foundation, established almshouses in 1616 for ten men and women, to be taken into Dulwich College as vacancies occurred. Henry Jackson founded an almshouse in 1660 for

    Colne Engaine Manors Hills monument in Colne Park , in 1999

    Buildings List. Colne Engaine , Story of an Essex Village , 38. Soane and Death: Cat. of an exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery , ed. G. Waterfield , 88; E.R . xlvi. 185-8; Colne Engaine , Story of an Essex

    Parishes Merton

    granted to EarlAlphen and Elswitha his wife 20 cassatas of land at Merton near Wimbledon and Mitcham , and at Dulwich . 9 It is not certain whether this land is identical with that which formed part of Harold's holding

    Parishes Streatham

    manors of Bermondsey and Dulwich as of the ancient demesne of the Crown, 116 an assertion to some extent corroborated by its association in 1165 with the hide of Southwark and Waddon , both like Dulwich granted to the monks

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liY SMY FEL-. ; i .E, ,f - --., - Ni 6hymeroddiunrhyw symudiad o bwys le ar ol ein newyddion yr wythnos o'r blaen yn sefyllfa y ddwy blaid elynol hyd oddeutu y l3eg a'r; dyddiau canlynol, pryd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wlad. Mae ysbrydiaeth y "sefyll allan" ar gyraedd ei crisis. Wrth osod careg sylfeen capel newydd I .ir Bedyddwyr yn Dulwich, ddydd Liun di- a weddaf, dywedodd Mr. Spurgeon ei fod yn meddwl arm aiw ar y gweinidogion ynghyd i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &dilered hilie lo wallk on1. le aocording1Y proceeded toswards flilsichi, whilst the? took the 'poosite directiol. When lie arrived at Dulwich, he applied to Sbhaw, the Constable, and they *erit together in pursuiit of the robbers; and at Ieniigt, abdift Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    May yoslIil e it-s lhe Lollardso-Beailey' Traegedy of Gsrinaldi-FPanmy thie.-Allan's Bridal of Caablclmirn and other Poemse Oliginal; A Day at Dulwich Collece-FoTthill Abbey-Sovereignty ot Womcen-Walks in London, &c. Poetry Carle, now the lins's conse! by Sir Walter Scott-GeorYge the Fourth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Cleveland House-Lord E-remon'ts Gallery at Petworth-The late Fouthill Gallery-The Titian Gallery at Blenheim The Gal- lay at Knole Park-The Dulwich Gallery-Mr. Mathews's Theatrical Gallery. N.B. For the convenience of visitors to the National Gallery (just opened to the Public) Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    lighted and watched by an act of parliament passed in the sixteenth year of his present majesty. Dulwich . The hamlet of Dulwich, formerly spelt Dilwysshe, is near two miles from Camberwell, towards the south-west, bordering upon Kent. The situation

    Wills, 9 Henry VI (1430-1)

    to convey a life estate in the same to Agnes Fenslowe her servant; remainder to be sold for pious uses. Dated 20 January, A.D. 1430. Roll 159 (55). 1 See Part I. p. 644, note 8. 1 Dulwich. 2 Cirencester.

    Oral Inquiry, 1882, Evidence of Mr. Thomas Hare

    read, Twenty years ago, or more, when a new scheme was first about to be devised for the college of Dulwich, I thought that, with regard to its eleemosynary branch, an experiment might deserve to be tried for encouraging and

    Market gardens in London

    year; the first in the middle of June, the second in October. In the bill for Alleyne's foundation dinner at Dulwich, Sept. 13, 1619, two "collefloreys" are charged 3s. (about 9s. perhaps, according to the present value of money); thirty

    Index, D, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    p. 330. -, -, letter from, 31. -, -, deceased, 88, p. 192, p. 250. Dulka dutties , p. 18. Dulwich , 111. Dumarisq , Philip, p. 322, 406. -, -, his salary, p. 322. Du n or Dunn ,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Beadon Lodge

    Number (1863): 619 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Ealing, London 1853 Greyhound Tavern, High Street, Dulwich, London 1863 Royal Crystal Palace Hotel, Church Road, Upper Norwood, London 1892

    Rupert Patterson Lodge

    A second petition was submitted allowing for the warrant to be reissued on 20th May 1913. Meeting Places Christchurch Hall, Dulwich, London, England 1913 Café Monico, Shaftsbury Avenue, London, England 1923 Restaurant Frascati, Oxford Street, London, England 1947 Freemasons Hall,

    Old Alleynian Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Hotel Cecil, Strand, London, England 1920 Royal Adelaide Gallery Restaurant, King William Street, Strand, London, England 1927 Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1941 Dulwich College, College Road, Dulwich, London, England 1989

    Alleyn Lodge

    England 1931 Hotel Cecil, Strand, London, England 1922 Criterion, Piccadilly, London, England 1917 Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge, London, England 1901 Crown and Greyhound Hotel, Dulwich, Surrey , England 1899 Half Moon Hotel, Herne Hill, Dulwich, Surrey , England 1897

    Edward Alleyn Lodge

    Palace Hotel, De Vere Gardens, Kensington, London, England 1964 Kingsley Hotel, Bloomsbury Way, London, England 1970 Shaftesbury Hotel, Monmouth Street, London, England 1980 London Masonic Centre, Clerkenwell Green, Clerkenwell, London, England 1987 Alleyn's School, Townley Road, Dulwich, London, England 1993

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 11th March 1843

    the event will take place somewhere near the 20th of April. - Albert was much pleased with his visit to Dulwich & the pictures there. - We walked out again a little, in the afternoon. - Mama & her lady,

    Tuesday 18th April 1843

    amusement, as it does to her. - In the afternoon we took a fine long drive, to Norwood & by Dulwich . The Country is in great beauty with all the blossoms out, & there are such extensive views, but

    Wednesday 17th April 1850

    & spent some time in the garden. - In the afternoon we drove with the 2 Boys & Vicky by Dulwich to Denmark Hill , where there is a house & garden to be told, which we think might do

    Saturday 12th March 1853

    see the new Crystal Palace , which accordingly we did, with Vicky & Alice, going over Westminster Bridge , by Dulwich . The Crystal Palace is a most enormous building, - of course entirely unfinished & in many places no

    Thursday 4th July 1850

    Uncle Cambridge is a little better today. - It having cleared, we drove out with the Prince & went to Dulwich , where we got out, to look at the Gallery, which contains some beautiful pictures by Murillo, Velasquez, Rembrandt,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1759, 12 March 1759

    half of John Harrifon and Jofeph Harrifon, Infants, her Sons by John Harrifon her late Hufband, deceafed, Mary Cleaver of Dulwich in the County of Surry Wi¬ dow, on Behalf of Mary Ann Cleaver an Infant, her Daughter, by William Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1788, 2 June 1788

    And alfo, Upon reading thePetition of the Marter, War- Davies again* den, Fellows, &c. of the College of Gods Gift Dulwich, Doe: Leffors of John Doe Defendant in a Writ of Error depend¬ ing in this Houfe, wherein Mainwaring Davies Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1801, 8 June 1801

    in the Town of Rotherhithe, in the faid " County; and for fupplying the Towns of Croydon, " Streatham, and Dulwich, and the Diftriä: called Nor- " wood, in the Parifh of Croydon, in the faid County of " Surrey, Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1801, 9 June 1801

    the Town of Rotier- " hithe, in the faid County, and for fupplying the " Towns of Croydon, Streatham, and Dulwich, and the " DiftricT: called Norwood, in the Parifh cf Croydon, in " the faid County of Surrey, and Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1801, 10 June 1801

    in the Town of Rotherhithe, " in the faid County, and for fupplying the Towns of tc Croydon, Streatham, and Dulwich, and the Diftrict " called Norwood, in the Parifli of Croydon, in the faid " County of Surrey, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILLIAM, John II, of Southwark, Surr.

    nearby manor of Newington. One year later, he attested a deed relating to lands in Peckham and Camberwell, Surrey, and Dulwich, Kent; and in July 1426 he was a witness at Southwark to an enfeoffment made by William, Lord Clinton

    DENNY, Sir Robert (d.1419), of London and Barham in Linton, Cambs.

    his half-brother. At all events, he acquired Stanmere’s manor of Stockwell in Lambeth and his other properties at Camberwell and Dulwich, which he placed in the hands of trustees, including friends from Suffolk like Gerberge and Sir William Bardwell*. Later,

    EDGAR, Thomas (by 1508-47), of Blewbury, Berks.; Bermondsey, Surr. and London.

    Southwell, who had acquired Bermondsey abbey, in a licence to alienate to Sir Thomas Pope lands in the manor of Dulwich, the abbey’s fishing and hawking rights in Bermondsey and Erith marshes, and the advowson of St. Mary Magdalen’s church,

    WESTON, William IV (d.c.1427), of London.

    passed into Weston’s hands at the time of their marriage, and to them he subsequently added land and tenements in Dulwich, Camberwell, Lambeth and other (unspecified) parts of Surrey. At the time of his death he also leased premises in

    WIGRAM, Robert I (1744-1830), of Walthamstow House, Essex.

    He was brought up at Wexford by his maternal uncle, a doctor. His mother apprenticed him to Dr Allen of Dulwich when he was eighteen. He arrived with about £200 and knew ‘not a single person’; at 20 he was


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