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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cranford Nonconformity

    proposed extension to Heston airport, and was rented by the Air Ministry to the congregation while the present church in Firs Drive was being erected. 94 This building was opened in 1939 . 95 In 1958 the High Street chapel

    Parishes Morestead

    whose large game farm supplies many of the neighbouring estates with birds. To the south-west is a fine house 'The Firs ,' the residence of Mr. Joseph Storey Curtis, who owns a large training stable and to whom the lately-inclosed

    Cranford Introduction

    ' in similar style, being built in 1932 . 43 Other areas under development were Avenue Crescent and Close, and Firs Drive, although the latter was, strictly speaking, outside the parish. Another area being developed was in the north-west corner.

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    1734 John Turner , a rich draper or tobacconist from Fleet Street , built at Parkgate a house called the Firs , after the clump of trees which he planted on the heath and which were to be painted by

    Friern Barnet Education

    1891 , the rector founded a high school for middleclass girls, for which he detected even greater need, at the Firs , Friern Barnet Road . 75 Although an educational success, the school had only 33 pupils from kindergarten age

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr aol dI dl, ' Brenamiaetn Urrst.' Y cyfartod M sol dilynol i fod yn aTao ;grrsroa, Gorphenaf7ed o'r 8ed. Firs oyswyd oDdol ellaudfo amser y Grvmanfa Gyfreiinol n agosaa, oa bod yn -isegwyl oeol Cymanfa ds, fod preoeelan i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Aberystwyth, yn Ystafell Drefol Caer, m nos Iau yr wythnos ddiweddaf, o danlywyddiaeth d Ile Mr. Robert Roberts, The Firs. Rhoddodd Mr. Hugh ai s i Owen, Ysgrifenydd y Brifysgol hares y symudiad o'r ye dd decbren hyd ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ci chwaer, yn z Llansantffraid-glan-Conwy, Miss Margaket Williams, gynt o Porth isaf, Conwy, yn 70 mlwydd oed. ', Lighting a Firs is now no longer a troishlesonie operation, as may readily he done withoutc wood or paper, by using one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CDAMBRIAN R AILA7WrAYS.. TOURIST ARRANGEMENTS. 1877. IRSI, Second, and Th'rd Class Tourist Tilkets, F availahle for two months, will be iesued from May 14th to the 31st October, 1877. For further partir lars see TimLe TaUes & programme- ssued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mvunr ,,Day Scolars ,, 6 to 8,,o \r ~~~~~~~~~~~~o th aiu Portmadoc, COoNDUCTED BY MR. J. E. LEWI-iSG London IUniversity (Firs B..&), (Late Aaeisan Tutor at7 Bangor2 Training Colle~ge.),, 11ANDIDATESi: prepared ifar~the tUnliierniti7S 1J focr Prof2essional and Co~mmercial Pnrenits7and fo0r Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 16 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    Taffaties, Sarsnets, Tabbies, Velvets and Plush , Diaper, Damask, Cambricks, Hollands , Ghentings, Muslins, & c. also Caviare, Catchope, Pot-ashes, Firs , Pipe-staves, Oars, Deals, Clapboards, Cordage, Cable-yarn, Cottons, Cotton yarn, Red-wood, Log-wood, Fustick, Cedar, Pitch, Tar, Rosin, Iron, Steel,

 

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