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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 8 Locks, Wears and Mills.

    . or 1579 . there were Three and twenty Locks, Sixteen Mills, Sixteen Floud-gates, Seven Wears on this River, between Maidenhead and Oxford . Whereof one John Bishop made a Complaint to the Lord Treasurer Burleigh . To whom he

    Book 3, Chapter 7 [St. Botolph.] Aldersgate Ward. [Gifts.]

    Humfrey Westwood , Goldsmith, by Will, gave yearly, during the continuance of his Lease of the Tenement in Maidenhead Alley 02 10 00 To be given at Michaelmas and Lady day to the Poor, during the said Term.

    Book 5, Chapter 9 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Mercers.]

    a Chariot in all the Majesty and Glory possible, with her Hair all dishevel'd about her Shoulders; to represent the Maidenhead which the Company give for their Arms. And this Lady is pentifully gratified for her Pains, besides the Gift

    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    10l. To Jesus College, Oxon . 10l. To the Master, Wardens and Clerk, 20l. James Smith, Esq; An Almeshouse at Maidenhead . And 70l. per Ann. Bernard Hyde, Esq; 1500l. Anno 1630 For a Lecture at St. Dunstan's in

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Bounds and Limits.

    : Therein are several Courts or Alleys; beginning towards Aldgate there is Black Boy Court, being long, narrow, and ordinary. Maidenhead Alley, small, nasty, and beggarly. Three Kings Alley, pretty large, containing two Courts, one within another, and both indifferent

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Churches and charities

    under Maidenhead ). -This parish participates in this charity for apprenticing and clothing poor boys. Under a scheme of 10 September 1895 every third boy is chosen from the parish of Bray , which lies outside the borough of Maidenhead

    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Introduction, borough and manors

    borough of Maidenhead Introduction, borough and manors BRAY with the BOROUGH OF MAIDENHEAD The parish of Bray , containing 7,820 acres, of which 2,208 are arable land, 4,690 under permanent grass and 492 woodland, 1 lies between Maidenhead and Windsor

    Parishes Cookham

    severance of that part of Maidenhead lying north of the London and Bath road , consists of an upland and lowland district. The latter, to the east, is in the Thames Valley between Hedsor and Maidenhead ; the former, to

    The hundred of Beynhurst Introduction and map

    In 1086 the hundred of Beynhurst 1 included Cookham , Bisham , Bras, 2 Elentone (comprising South Elington , later Maidenhead , and North Elington in Cookham ), Hurley , Shottesbrook, White Waltham and Waltham St. Lawrence . 3 Remenham

    Parishes Clewer

    to a level of 67 ft. on the bank of the Thames . The main roads from Reading and from Maidenhead to Windsor run in a north-easterly direction across the parish. Clewer Within, which has an area of 135 acres,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n tynyg ei hun iddo pan ddiwedd haf yr A mnewn ewbh i ysgafn i fyny y Dafwys, dyweder o Maidenhead, heibio g coed Cliveden, trwy Cookham, i fyny i Marlow, Den A can uched, feallai, a Henley. Ac nid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hwn. ThlorfasteSee lq Otn Settirday %veek at St. George the Martyr, Win. Wat3'i Esq. of Queen-squaTe, to Miss Gale, of Maidenhead. DEATHS. As Atntifgua, in November last, a victim to the ellon' ever, Mrs. S. Pell, ii) tie 27ti year Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ied, after perinfOrm the rst stage Frdm Windsor, on Moadiy. - When taler otk of hairness at the pubtic-hoise, near Maidenhead Thiket, where the first relay of horses was platted, the animalw es found to be extremely'ill, and it died Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shorey, Halifax, merchant.-JaII. 1. J. Smith anid A. Unsworth, Manchester, -otton manufattUrers. -Feb. 7. T. Adams, Lancaster, merchant.-Jan.31. Wm. Matthews, Maidenhead, Berkshire, carpenter.-Feb. 4. J.. and J. Reppon, Claphans, Surrey, dealers in coals.-- Feb. 25. R. Loat, Long-Acre, ironroonger.-Feb. 28. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adopted by tile colliers, fea the purpose of presenting petitions for redress ? What was dlone at St. Alban's and Maidenhead, might have been done at any Corporate Town before they had got t~ns far. This is evident from the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Ellington Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1566 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bell Hotel, King Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire 1875 Town Hall, High Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire 1881

    St. John's Lodge

    Number (1832): 1097 Lodge Number (1863): 795 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, High Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire 1859 Orkney Arms Hotel, Maidenhead Bridge, Maidenhead, Berkshire 1859 Ray Mead Hotel, Riverside, Maidenhead, Berkshire 1875

    Berries Lodge

    Hall, Cookham, Berkshire, England 2003 Maidenhead Masonic Centre, Linden Hall, Kiln Green, Berkshire, England 1984 Shoppenhangers Manor, Manor Lane, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1988 Town Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1915 Masonic Hall, High Town Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1926 Crown Hotel,

    Lord Desborough Lodge

    High Town Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1952 Skindle’s Hotel, Maidenhead Bridge, Berkshire, England 1937 Masonic Hall, Windsor, Berkshire, England 1934 Skindle’s Hotel, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1928 Caversham Bridge Hotel, Reading, Berkshire, England 1924 Skindle’s Hotel, Maidenhead Bridge, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England

    Maidenhead Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1944 Masonic Hall, High Town Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1953 Maidenhead Masonic Centre, Linden Hall, Kiln Green, Reading, Berkshire, England 1982 Berkshire Masonic Centre,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POWNEY, Peniston (?1699-1757), of Maidenhead, Berks.

    (?1699-1757), of Maidenhead, Berks. Constituency Dates Berkshire 5 Dec. 1739 8 Mar. 1757 Ofifces Held Verderer of Windsor forest 1736- d. Biography Powney, a considerable landowner in Berkshire, was returned without a contest in 1754, and classed by Dupplin as

    POWNEY, Peniston (?1699-1757), of Ives Place, Maidenhead, Berks.

    of Ives Place, Maidenhead, Berks. Constituency Dates Berkshire 5 Dec. 1739 8 Mar. 1757 Ofifces Held Verderer of Windsor forest 1736-d. Biography Powney was a large landowner in Berkshire, which he represented as a Tory without opposition for nearly twenty

    POWNEY, Peniston Portlock (?1743-1794), of Ives Place, Maidenhead, Berks.

    (?1743-1794), of Ives Place, Maidenhead, Berks. Constituency Dates New Windsor 1780 17 Jan. 1794 Ofifces Held Ranger of Windsor Little Park 1788-d. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Berks. militia 1787-d. Biography For over a year before the general election of 1790, when

    GARDINER, Thomas (1525/26-85 or later), of Maidenhead, Berks. and London.

    or later), of Maidenhead, Berks. and London. Constituency Dates Mitchell 1558 Ofifces Held Proctor, Camb. Univ. 1553-4, public orator 1554-7; teller, Exchequer 19 Feb. 1560-4 May 1569; chirographer, ct. common pleas 28 Mar. 1565; ?escheator, duchy of Lancaster c.1580-12 May

    POWNEY, Peniston Portlock (?1743-94), of Maidenhead, Berks.

    Portlock (?1743-94), of Maidenhead, Berks. Constituency Dates New Windsor 1780 17 Jan. 1794 Ofifces Held Ranger of Windsor Little Park July 1788- d. Biography Powney had extensive estates near Windsor, but was never a wealthy man. ‘I estimate myself a

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 8th August 1842

    great charm of the place, is the beautiful view from the Terrace at the back of the house, looking towards Maidenhead , & overlooking the river, with rich wooded banks, on one side. It is quite lovely. There is a

    Wednesday 26th March 1845

    her over the whole Castle, & then we 2 rode out. The wind was terribly high, going out on the Maidenhead road, & we were only able to take a short ride. - After luncheon we drove out with the

    Sunday 27th January 1850

    Farm. - Saw Ld John Russell, shortly before dinner. He was to have come earlier, but by mistake went to Maidenhead ! We talked of the speech of the separation of the Offices of Works & Woods & Forests, which

    Monday 12th February 1855

    & a fine day. - Albert drove Clém & me out in the sledge, going on the Maidenhead side, by Clewer & St. Leonards & with the exception of 2 or 3 little places, we went beautifully & as smoothly

    Friday 16th November 1838

    not go quite well at first, but afterwards, most beautifully & we rode amazingly hard, starting through Windsor, round by Maidenhead & home through Eton. It was still rather foggy, but mild, & was quite dark when we rode home,

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    A great musician.

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    Mr. Farley Sinkins' promenade concerts

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    Mr. Farley Sinkins' promenade concerts

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    Mr. Farley Sinkins' promenade concerts

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    Lawrance's Rheumatic Powder

    (This external remedy is strongly recommended as an effectual cure in cases of rheumatism, rheumatic gout, sciatica, and lumbago.) [Patent medicines, Advertisements, patent medicine, medicine vendors] .IP- -^ B as ;i :=. Z: I- c- >«: a 3 ? Subscribers-only content

 

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