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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wilton Schools and charities

    Act. The Junior School remained in West Street but the Senior School was moved to a new building at the Hollows to the north-west of the town. The Congregationalists' school also became a daily school and was affiliated to the

    Ealing and Brentford Economic history

    near the Hollows , Old Brentford , supplied builders and farmers in both Middlesex and Surrey 6 and was probably the one mentioned in 1669 . 7 Robert Tunstall , cooper, owned several lime kilns at the Hollows , Old

    The borough of Wilton Introduction WILTON c. 1960

    of the centre of the town, and the senior school built in 1935 is also to the north at the Hollows . The council's most recent housing estate, however, is being built in 1960 on the south side of the

    Ealing and Brentford Communications EALING AND BRENTFORD c. 1780

    by Robert Tunstall , who previously had taken some pedestrians. 61 The newer ferry was farther east, probably at the Hollows , 62 and presumably closed after the opening of the first Kew bridge. The older one may always have

    Parishes Headington

    Headington Quarry, which was consecrated in the following year. It was built of local stone du g from Quarry Farm Hollows , the gift of Thomas Burrows . The architect was Sir George Gilbert Scott and the contractors were Wyatt's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GE 0 R-GE 'S PILE, & GRAVEL PILLS.! : ]MEDDYGIMAH9IETf LYSUOL. . V MAfl y Peleni hyi yn fey th sicr, J h uansiadiogeli'Pie rGre4a¶lauoahydea crail sydd yn en ean s o er Lyiwyau, Ysgafndetyi'yPen' Gaew, Diffyg Anadi, Gwysit: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inflammation diminishes, the pain becomes less intolerable, the matter thicker, and a 'cure is soon effected. In all longstanding cases. Hollows ys Pills should also be taken, as they will thoroughly expel all depraved-humours from the body. Gout, Rheumatism, Stiff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    letter encloding stamp for reply, to Mr. :T.: FATRHE&5D. 117, Brixtoa RoadLondou, S. 'w., ea Kaiino l G}ate. - Pelenen Hollows nnreaiig y eyal5, SCa hwildeisr hi yr aof.-L yWi pawb finir gsan nnrhyw anylder l)?afay L Sil1a, n birlanan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Steadman, opposite East lane, Walworthb Bachelor, 24 High street, Newington; Powis, 3 Mount street, Lamsbeth; Green, 11, Tothill street, Westnlinster; Hollows, 2 High street, iSlington; M'Getrich, 116 Tottenham court road; Shirtliff, 9t Clisuehl - street; Noakes, 87 Snow hill; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, August It. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, AuurrT S. Royal Artillery-First Lieut. H. C. Bevan, to be Second Capt. vice Laurence, retired on half-pay; Second Lieut. HI. A. B. Campbell, to be First Lieut. vice Revan. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, H, I, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Hogg , Thomas, alderman, Berwick: 1, 17, 32. Mr William: Bowes to, in reply, as to Powrie Ogilvy, 729. Hollace (Hollows), the: Musgrave's road on, 149; the young Goodman of: raid by, 199. "Hollaces," the (Armstrongs): raid with Carmichael's murderers, Subscribers-only content

    Introduction

    of Walter Grame of Netherby, was possibly a grandson of the famous Johnnie Armstrong of Gilnockie, who lived at the Hollows tower near Langholm. No. 278. No. 743. No. 921. This bill, presented by Lord Maxwell as warden, to Lord Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, H

    of Greencroft, ii. 624, 635. Hallardes . See Allardes. Halle . See Hale. Hallman . See Holman. Hallowes (Hallois, Hallows, Hollows): Mr., i. 937; ii. 562, 689. Nathaniel, i. 50, 111, 540, 638, 853, 1209, 1235; ii. 32, 295, 463,

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