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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was cliarged with an assault with intent to murder his wife. The defendant is landlord of the Cross- lances, at Hanworth. on the 3d of January, without any previous quarrel, he went into the room where the table was set Subscribers-only content

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    Keen, Edward, Hayes, appointed for H. De Burgh, Esq., for Hayes and Hil. lingdon. Reynolds, Thomas, Hanworth, appointed by H. Parkin, Esq., for Hanworth Park. Stone, James, West Drayton, appointed by H. De Bargh, Esq., for West Drayton and Colham. Subscribers-only content

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    Enfield Gutch, George, Paddington Gude, Richd, jon, George yd Hall, Michael, St Paul's I Churchyard F-atchett, Richard, Bedfont H~atch, William, Hanworth Halthide, George, Coventry st Hallifax, Thos, Portland p1 Halliwell, Robt, 15 Alfred pl Hall, Collison, Tonbridge pl Hammond, John, Subscribers-only content

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    55 Doughty street Harrsan, William, Uxbridge Harley, A. W. Haves Hastie, Archibald;M.P. West street Hawkins, Henry, Park street Hatch, William, Hanworth Hatchett, Richard, Bedfont Hallewell, Richard, :5 Al. feed place Hlinssworth, Isaac, Hamamer- smith Helps, B. Elm lane Hewroed, J. Subscribers-only content

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    Smith, Wet., 41 Charing cross Vauxhall gardens Smoith, Thomas, 128 St John street Sheppard, William, IS Shinnce ot. Hatch, Fred., Hanworth Spenceley, William, Chelsea Howsard, Hon.W., Lower Grosvenor street Wilson, Richard, Drury lone Hodgson, John, Welbeck street Wills.n, Robert, Chsisick Subscribers-only content

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    Barnwall, Henry, South Minories Banrand, James, Whitefriars Barron, Charles, 18 Pailmall Barton, Hugh, 3 Regent street Bastard, Rev. P P., Hanworth Batt, James, Hillingdon Batt, William, West Drayton Battiscombe, Richard, Grove, Ken- tish town Battye, Thomas, Stoke Newington green Baugh, Subscribers-only content

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    Drayton West, Edgeware, including Whitchureh, Edmonton, Enfield, Finchley, Fryers, Barnet, Feltham, Greenford, Harrow, Hendon, Hadley Monke, Hornsey, Hayes, Hanwell, Heston, Hanworth, Hamptes Town and Court, Hamptonwick liberty, Harefield, Hil. lingdon, Harlington, Harmoadsworth, Ickinham, Isleworth Kingsbury, Laleham, Littleton, Northalt, Norwood pre- Subscribers-only content

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    Sir James, Kensington Harrison, Richard hl., Fleet street, Stephenson, Ernest, 49 York street, and Walworth Portman square Harrison, John D., Hanworth St Leger, Capt. John, 29 Baker st. Harrison, Charles B., 21 Myddleton Styles, William Mason, Sevrard square street, St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pursuit, followed by a number of policemen and other persons, when after a severe run the prisoner took refuge in Hanworth park, the seat of Mr Henry Perkins, the brewer, whose demesne being closely wooded, for some time afforded him Subscribers-only content

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    T. Stigger, Kingsdowe, Kent, blacksmith. W. Theobald, Manchester, provision dealer. J. Chariton, St Thomas the Apostle, Devonshire, bleacher. J. Chapman, Hanworth, Norfolk, blacksmith. G. Gledhiil,Haifax, warehouseman. J. Drummond, Halifax, pattern designer. J. Hall, Walton-on the-Hill, gentleman. J. V. Simpson, Agar Subscribers-only content

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    and Navy Club, and Bond at Keating, Robert, NHP. Lombard street Hobble, Hemrv, Atbeallows wharf, Upper Thames street Keen, Frederick, Hanworth teiiap, General, Aliemailo street Kendle, John, Esot. 205 Holywell street Kennard, Thomas William, Upper Thames street Kent, Robert Jackson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Chambers, Ediaburgi and London. RASER'S MAGAZINE for SEPTEMBER, 18,isB, S6d. CONTAinS: Concerning Work and Play. Sketches from Egypt.-The Dahabiab. Hanworth. Chapters VIII.-X. An Euaish Scholar lin Greece. Cormorants. Catarina in Venice. Concluding Part. Chalk Stream Stdies. By a Minute Subscribers-only content

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    Ghost Story. By G. J. WHYnE MELVILLE. The Cruiseosthbeletsey. The Murders at Dentz. Richard Ford-In TMemoriam. RceetTravellers in Central America. Hanworth. ChaptersXI.-XIV. lHiuts for Vagabonds. By one of Themselves.-The tleselle. The Political Pulpit of the Civil War. How I killed Subscribers-only content

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    Dysart,' &c. 3 vols. Hurst and Blackett. n (21 'An Old Debt.' By Florence DaW5On 2you. Smith,Elder and Co. (3) 'Hanworth.' Originally published in Fruer6 Magazine. Piarker and FoL story, which Mrs Howitt gracefully translates as a Christ- mas story Subscribers-only content

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    'IST of the PRINCIPAL WORKS recently .:added to MUDIE'S SELECT LIBRARY' CARLYTE'S PRIEDRICH THE SECOND. )t3>iSON'S LIFE A'ND TIM ES OF MILTON. LIJrS-S VISITS TO MADAGAsCAFI. SANFORD'S HISTORICAL STUDIES. LIFE. OF DOUGLAS JERROLD. pICTURES AND PANELS, by Dr Doran. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William, Upper Eccleston street Frere Robert Temple, Dr, 9 Queen street FrereJohn, Chiswlek Freshbield Charles KEay, Bank buildings Frost Edward, Hanworth Frogley Ralph Allen, Heston Fuller George Arthur, Moorgate street Fuller Thomas, Ealing Furnell Charles, 3 Oxford market Gambier James, Subscribers-only content

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    left it then, and from thence we can trace the course of his night march to the British, stronghold at Hanworth, the exact locality of which be was well acquainted with from its situation in reference to his first campaign; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal Edward, and she was consequently placed in the household of Queen Katherine Parr, with whom she remained at Chelsea, Hanworth, and Indeley Castle until the Queen's death; and even after that event it was deemed quite correct that she Subscribers-only content

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    or a fortnight. Their Royal Highnesses will entertain a select circle, and the Prince will shoot through the Gunton and Hanworth covers. The inmates of the West Norfolk and Lynn Hospital, of which the Prince is patron, have received a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a statesman of the time of George II. and George III., and gained a Middlesex co- heiress, Ann Chambers of Hanworth, while his nephew and successor, George, Earl Temple, afterwards Marquess of Buckingham, married an Irish heiress, Lady Mary, daughter Subscribers-only content

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