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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Buddhism

    Hampstead Buddhism BUDDHISM. In 1962 the Hampstead Buddhist Vihara was set up at no. 131 Haverstock Hill , to teach Buddhist beliefs, and was registered for worship from 1965. 19 Wade, More Streets , 40; G.R.O. Worship Reg . no.

    Hampstead Charities for the Poor

    (below). Hampstead Wells and Campden trust. 66 In 1971 the Hampstead Wells and Campden trust was established by a Scheme which included more recent charities with similar objectives. The charities were brought together into two funds. The first, the Hampstead

    Hampstead Local Government Borough Of Hampstead London Borough Of Camden

    26-9. Vestry mins. ( 1856 ). Hampstead Almanack ( 1863 ). Hampstead and Highgate Dir . ( 1870 ); Thompson , Hampstead , 401 sqq. Thompson , Hampstead , 406 sqq. Baines, Rec. Hampstead , 176-8. Lond. Radicalism 1830-43 (L.R.S.

    Classes of Documents in the Greater London Record Office used

    BRA British Records Association Cal. Mdx. Sess. Bks. Calendar of Sessions Books, 1638-1752 E/MW/H Maryon Wilson Estate Records, Hampstead M/81 Manorial Records, Hampstead MAB Metropolitan Asylums Board, records MBW Metropolitan Board of Works, records MC /R Clerk of the Peace,

    Hampstead Social and Cultural Activities

    Clubs active in 1910 included Hampstead , Hampstead Druids, both of them members of the Amateur Football Association, Kilburn , Kilburn Marlborough , Hampstead Corporation Athletic, Hampstead Grove , and West Hampstead . 94 Hampstead 's ground was at Claremont

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 20th May 1834

    came Mr. Westall till ½ past 3. At 4 we went out driving with Charles and Lehzen. We drove to Hampstead and back again. It was a beautiful drive. We came home at 6. At 7 we all dined. Sir

    Tuesday 20th May 1834

    came Mr. Westall till ½ past 3. At 4 we went out driving with Charles and Lehzen. We drove to Hampstead and back again. It was a beautiful drive. We came home at 6. At 7 we all dined. Sir

    Monday 15th February 1836

    1st in the Old Testament and then in Hume. Wrote my journal. At a ¼ to 12 we drove to Hampstead with Lehzen; walked on the heath there and part of the way home, in all 4 miles. We came

    Monday 15th February 1836

    1st in the Old Testament and then in Hume. Wrote my journal. At a ¼ to 12 we drove to Hampstead with Lehzen; walked on the heath there and part of the way home, in all 4 miles. We came

    Tuesday 10th May 1836

    with him in the New Testament and in Hume. At ½ past 3 we went out with Lehzen, walked on Hampstead Heath, and came home at ½ past 5. Wrote my journal. Played and sung. At 7 we dined. Lady

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ir ef yn rhanau er ei ddwyn i gyraedd pawb. Dy- Gwnaeth un o'r enw Mr. Joseph Hoare, o Hampstead, II i yr wythnos ddiweddaf, groesawu yn ei balas 400 o lwri genhadon trefol Lndain. Yr oedd yno liaws Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 Trwiy law yP-Farch. R. Jones, B.A., Rother. hithe- Parch. R Jones . . . 11 0 YMr. Joseph Edwards, Hampstead' ... 1 0 0 Mr,.'Jabes Jon es 0 1o 0 -- - _- Br~, Er;^smus JolkesX Derby load ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddaf yn 41) Glouceeser Gardens. Yr oedd yn bresenol ymhlith eraill y Tywysog Louis-Lucien Bonaparte, y Parch. Jbhn Davies, M.A., Hampstead; Mr. Alexander J. E lis, diweddar lywydd y Gymrdeithas leithyddol ; Mr. Howel W. L'oyd, M.A., Dr. Isambard Owen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Consumption and Throat Diseases, &c. j iFiTi.] Li. I i 1\ 1 C01;FE' (cop y.) I , 92. Adelaidc-road, Soutis Hampstead, Feb. 7, 1881. IDear Sir,- lie many others ettgaged in study, orliterary Pl3tliit. iti Jlottglooked for non-alcoholic beverage 11t:1i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Charles Davies i fyny a Fdngor i weinydda yn yr angladd, 3r hwn a gymer le dydd lau yn Hampstead Cemetery, a cheir pregeth angladdol yn Nassau Street nos Sal gan y Parch. J. Hughes, Machynlletb. Nos Lun, bn Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLARKE, Thomas (1703-64), of Hampstead, Mdx.

    (1703-64), of Hampstead, Mdx. Constituency Dates Mitchell 1747 1754 Lostwithiel 1754 1761 Ofifces Held K.C. 1740; master of the rolls May 1754-d.; P.C. 21 June 1754. Biography An able lawyer of humble origin, Clarke owed his schooling to Dr. Zachary

    PARSONS, John Clere (1760-1826), of Hampstead, Glasnevin, co. Dublin

    Clere (1760-1826), of Hampstead, Glasnevin, co. Dublin Constituency Dates King's County 1818 July 1821 Ofifces Held KC [I] 1815; commr. of insolvent ct. [I] 1821-d. Biography Parsons had been returned for King"s County on the family interest in 1818 to

    PARSONS, John Clere (1760-1826), of Hampstead, Glasnevin, co. Dublin

    Clere (1760-1826), of Hampstead, Glasnevin, co. Dublin Constituency Dates King's Co 1818 July 1821 Ofifces Held KC [I] 1815; ccor. of insolvent ct. [I] 1821-d. Biography Parsons, one of the lesser lights of the Irish bar, was recommended to successive

    BURCHETT, Josiah (c.1666-1746), of Hampstead, Mdx.

    (c.1666-1746), of Hampstead, Mdx. Constituency Dates Sandwich 1705 1713 Sandwich 1722 1741 Ofifces Held Clerk to Samuel Pepys 1680-87; clerk in the Admiralty 1689; sec. to the Admiralty 1694-1742 (jt. sec. 1694-8, 1702-5, 1741-2). Biography Burchett, secretary to the Admiralty

    DODD, John (?1693-1719), of Wolverton, Dorset, and Hampstead Norris and Oakfield, Berks.

    of Wolverton, Dorset, and Hampstead Norris and Oakfield, Berks. Constituency Dates Wells 12 Apr. 1717 25 Aug. 1719 Biography Dodd came of an old Cheshire family. His father, a successful lawyer, who had acquired properties in Buckinghamshire and Berkshire through

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 May 1817, 22 May 1817

    230 Journals of the House of Lords. Sic in Orig. " Have you compared it with the Entry in the " Register Book ?" " I have." The same was read as follows : " St. Pancras, Middlesex. " Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1821, 13 April 1821

    Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters Roman of Hampstead, in the County of Middlesex, whose Names Catholic _ are thereunto subscribed, taking notice of a Bill depend- j^,,1^69 Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1821, 11 May 1821

    a Bill, intituled, " An Act for more effectually " repairing the Roads leading to Highgate Gate House " and Hampstead, and other Roads therein mentioned, " all in the County of Middlesex; and for watching, " lighting, and otherwise Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1821, 28 May 1821

    An Act for Highgate " more effectually repairing the Roads leading to High- Roads Bill. " gate Gate House and Hampstead, and other Roads " therein mentioned, all in the County of Middlesex ; and " for watching, lighting, and Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1821, 4 June 1821

    intituled, " An Act RoaJ« Bill. " for more effectually repairing the Roads leading to " Highgate Gate House and Hampstead, and other Roads " therein mentioned, all in the County of Middlesex ; and " for watching, lighting, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Thomas Savage, Royal Offences, 13/10/1686

    of the Parish of Hampstead , in the County of Middlesex, was Indicted for a High-Misdemeanour, in pretending himself to be the Duke of Monmouth, intending thereby to disturb and disquiet the Peace of this Kingdom; did on the 6th

    John Butter, Theft, 23/02/1687

    Butter of Hampstead , was Tryed for breaking the house of Sam. Parker in the Night time, on the 6th. of De. and stealing a Clock, value 6 l. with Curtains, Vallains, and other Goods to the value of 10

    Robert Wright, Richard Standley, Violent Theft, 25/04/1688

    Richard Standley of Hampstead , were Indicted for Robbing of John Clarke on the High Way on the 3d of January last, and taking from him a Mare and one Guiney, 16 s. 6 d. in Mony, one Saddle, and

    James Wignal, Killing, 09/10/1689

    Wignal of Hampstead was Indicted for the Murder of John Smith on the 2d of September , with a Bayonet value 12 d. giving him one mortal Wound near to the short Ribs of the depth of two Inches, of

    Elisabeth Williams, Theft, 29/06/1692

    Christian not taken, did break the House of one Thomas Marsh of Hampstead , on the 26th of June , and taking away a Brass Skimmer, value 18 d. several Pewter-dishes and Ladles, 14 l. weight of Beef, a Cloth

 

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