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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bLondon, Sir Williranl agnay Bart. Aldermoa, LondoDere Therev. aegnad Cbuah dfarPole, RilwadyonRot Sir William young, Ba t. 7T Westbourne street, Hydepark gardens, F oranei Doreace Wailmoth E.Snton-aby-Dlt, Derbysh SThoanle PieeWr fe, Esq. Uxr tg ousel, LneadTmwrt JohnHollr Yade B ie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and late Chief Engineer of H.-I. Dockyard, Chatham, 6 Wickham terrace, New cross. William Martiacau, Esq., M.I.C.E., 39 Princes square, Hydepark. Herbert Heath. Esq.,Lynnwood, Beckenham. Captain Powell, C.B., R.N., Bramhope lodge, Charlton, S.E. ENGaIo E&.-James Samuel, Esq., M.I.C.E., 26 Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Browne Mary Ehiza, Tiverton, spinster Bruce The Right Honoasrable Lord Erneet H er Augustus Charles Brudenell, M.P., St. H George's-place, Hydepark n Brutten Eliza and Brutton Margaret Ann, H Exeter, spinsters H Buckham John Dixon, (representatives of), H late of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Dust Miller, Swinegate, Leeds, aged 63. Mr. Wm. Egare, corn miller, XUtthorp, Lincolnrhire. r ELLruTow.-July 27tb, in Connaught-place, Hydepark. the Lady Harriet Earbaya Eilerton. wife o2 J. R. Ellerton, Esq., and aister of the reventh Earl of Scarborough. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LETr -ilbrtin moderate, No chcildren or other lodgere, Apply 8, Sb, Ankrl's-terrace, Woedheicen-lane. r10 Lh'T, ci Luicdsorely Furnished HOUSE, 0011r Hydepark, feesnig, T, fiele oor, Teinto on application to WB. luildle, PotateAA6ent, 23, Pork-row. J 4XLbY.-Tn he LET. in IJRNISHfEI) Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 20 July 1689, 20 July 1689-20 July 1689

    promised to the Lord Culpepper , if the Marriage took, to give to the said James Hamilton the Rangerships of Hydepark , during his Life; and not to restore the Deer (before that time taken out) without a full Recompence

    Mortlake

    Mortlake MORTLAKE. Etymology . The name of this place has been generally supposed to be derived from mortuus lacus, or the dead lake. In Doomsday Book it is called Mortlage, which in the Saxon language signifies a compulsive law,

    Appendix, Corrections to volumes 2 and 3

    in the civil war, when a vallum was formed round the metropolis. A fortification is described in the lot of Hydepark, purchased by Mr. Dean. The above particulars are taken from minutes obligingly communicated by the Earl of Ashburnham, drawn

    Index, L-Z

    seq. Desires to be informed of the motions of the Dutch fleet, 137. Receives a hurt with the protector in Hydepark, 652. Tibault , lord, abolishes the charge of chief noble, 393. Titus , captain Silas, beggs leave to return

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