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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Leamington Spa

    There now only remains the Loft Theatre of Amateurs. Robert William Elliston , the famous actor, had a short lease of the theatre, and his second son Henry Twiselton Elliston spent most of his life in Leamington. He was organist

    Modern Oxford South- West Oxford in 1850 South- East Oxford in 1850 North Oxford in 1850 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    not original. 94 In Magdalen Street West the 17th- and 18th-century buildings were demolished during a series of alterations by Elliston and Cavell, the city's leading furnishing store, and others between 1876 and 1913 . 95 The remodelling of the

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    : C. A., Cath., see Elliston E. J., rector of Broadwater , E. K., rector of Broadwater , Edw., Ld. Elliott, John, Ellis son of Bernard (FitzBernard) , his w., see Harcourt , Aline de Elliston : Cath., m. Edw.

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    Woodville ) , queen of Edw. IV , Elliot , Ann, Ellis the Quilter , Ellis : T. M., Wm., Elliston and Cavell Ltd. , Elsfield , Eltham , John of, see John Elvey , Louisa, England , kings and

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    & Sons, Wychall , Ellis , G., & Sons, Ellis , Ric., and Co., Ellis St . mission room , Elliston , Rob. Wm ., Elwell , Saul , Ely , bp. of, see Kilkenny Emery , Chas., Sam., Emily

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    709-7,43, 147 75,575770, 788,: 819 . - .T ; :: I. TaExAnr.-CL ExAituNR..-No. 1. Much Ado about Nothing, Lewis and Elliston compared, p. i .. No. 2. Criticism-on the Earl of Warwick, Vol- taire, French- tragedy, &c. 25..Nd. S. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRICAL EXAM\IINER. No. 39. Mfr. Young's merits considereds lIis Aacbeth compared with Kemble and Elliston.-His dagger-tene, scene after the murder, agzd banquet-scene.-His Cnnester.- .lls only affectation.-Forcible instance of the difference between great and common actors in the management of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the box he went up and opened the door, nhen by the light of the candle he per- ceived Mr. Elliston and Miss Colson, the latter apparently fainting;l he shut to the door again, and going to the horses heads Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a( a former Ciy L saspearedalsu, that previously to leaving her house In Cronksrd-lane to go to the Tower, Mr, Elliston had liresented her wN ith a broach5 which he had jUst hrsgl, but %rhich she declined to arrept, sayiog, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I I1THE EXAMINER. 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ LONDON, SEP 1lJEira 24. SOwE unpleasan t events have occurred at Mairid, in i.i General RIEGO htas 3>een conspicuotts. 'there are vaflO;2; accounts of the matter Subscribers-only content


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