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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in place of Sir Arthur. The Earl of Lonsdale's valuable pack of hounds were brought to the hammer at Cottismore Kennels, and fetched good prices. Lord Brougham has been chosen patron of the Glas. gow Mechanics' Institution, in the room Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a minute or so looking at the gentleman. While I was standing, he turned round and looked towards the Kennels. I thought he was reading, as before he turned round he held his head down. He was still standing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so called because when our former princes made Greenwich their country seat, and used it for hunting, (they say), the Kennels for their Dogs were kept on this Sarsh; which usually making a great noise, the seamen and others thereupon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    somewhat singular accident occurred on the Midland Railway, about half a mile below Chesterfield station, to John Gillard, of Dog Kennels, Ciesterfield, a platelayer in the company's employ. It seems that he had sat up during the previous night with Subscribers-only content

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    souse to Mm, Wilkins on -Axiston, Hfametead Rod sdwrh hlreeeive the reward,[e21 2 o0 LOST, on Tbeadayule hitfromn Mr. Geodwine Kennels, Dudley, a 3 irk TItFD nTardylsI nls tet u4 a-h niy 4 UND ~~a large -Neivfoursdland -Bi tab, %iith Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Christ's Church.

    New: Places wherein w ere kept Bears, Bulls, and other Beasts, to be baited: As also Mastives, in their several Kennels , are there nourished to bait them. These Bears, and other Beasts, are there baited in Plots of Ground

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Poplar and Blackwall.

    So called, because, when our former Princes made Greenwich their Country Seat, and used it for Hunting, (they say) the Kennels for their Dogs were kept on this Marsh ; which usually making a great Noise, the Seamen and others

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Wilbraham The Wilbrahams c. 1800

    Angle End had a two-bayed hall of c . 1500, with the original parlour cross wing. The jettied late 16th-century Kennels Farm off Mill Road had hall and parlour in a single four-bayed range. The former Temple End Farm, of

    Parishes Waltham St Lawrence

    D.S.O. Southlake Street or Shurlock Row , mentioned in 1261 , 3 lies about 11/2 miles from the village. The Kennels of the Garth fox-hounds were until recently at Beenham Farm, but have been removed to Bracknell . Interesting place-names

    West Grinstead Ashurstn And West Grinstead c. 1960

    a tennis club in 1982 . 8 Bines Bridge was a resort of anglers in 1907 9 and 1982 . Kennels for the Crawley and Horsham Hunt were built north of West Grinstead station c . 1877. 10 In the

    Medbourne NEVILL HOLT HILL

    found which were believed to date from the reign of James I when the Payne family was living there. 23 Kennels and cottages on the opposite side of the road, also built by Sir Bache Cunard, include a range of

    Parishes Amesbury

    the house in the late 17th century and early 18th. 117 Kennels had been built at the house by 1726 . 118 In 1800 sporting rights and the kennels, but not Amesbury Abbey , were held on lease by Sir

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 April 1759, 25 April 1759

    putting of Rub,- " bifh, Afhes, Dirt, or Soil, into the faid River, and, " in the Streets, Paffages, and Kennels, in London, and " in the Suburbs thereof in Middle/ex and in Wefiminfler, f and luch Part of the Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1759, 27 April 1759

    prevent putting of Rubbilh, Alhes, Dirt, or " Soil, into the faid River, and in the" Streets, Paflages, *• and Kennels, in London, and in the Suburbs thereof " in Middlefex and Wefiminfter, and fuch Part of the "Dutchy of Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1759, 2 June 1759

    prevent " putting of Rubbifh, Afhes, Dirt, or Soil, into the " faid River, and in the Streets, Paffages, and Kennels. " in London, and in the Suburbs thereof in Middle/ex " and in Weßminfier, and fuch Part of the Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1759, 2 June 1759

    prevent putting of Rubbifh, Afhes, " Dirt, or Soil, into the faid River, and in the Streets, " Pafiages, and Kennels, in London, and in the Suburbs " thereof in Middlefex and in Weßminßer, and fuch Part " of the Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1722, 27 February 1723

    nants had been treated : That he had Twenty or Thirty Cuts in his Head, by being dragged through the Kennels; was almost strangled; had his Breast tore in several Places; and lost a Suit of Cloaths worth 5 or Subscribers-only content

 

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