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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to Volumes III and V

    ' read ' West Hampstead ' 6 a , line 17, delete 'later' 9 b , line 30, for ' Olympia ' read 'Olympus' 12 b , lines 8-9, delete from 'near' to ' London .' 15 a , lines

    Hemingbrough Barlby

    old village in 1973 . The only inn at Barlby Bank is the Olympia Hotel , opened by 1921 ; 57 it takes its name from the Olympia Mills and its sign shows seed-crushing machinery. In 1379 there were 96

    Gloucester The cathedral and close

    1224 and 1228 a lady chapel was built at the cost of Ralph of Willington of Sandhurst and his wife Olympia . 25 In 1232 Henry III gave 100 oaks and in 1233 10 more, perhaps for the completion of

    Hemingbrough Cliffe with Lund

    a. were sold to the Olympia Agricultural Co. Ltd. 68 Most of this land comprised Newland House , Cottage, Cleek Hall, and Barlow Lane End farms. The estate was bought in 1923 by the Olympia Oil and Cake Co. Ltd.

    Parishes Wonston OLD RECTORY WONSTON

    de Sutton granted lands in Sutton to Andrew of Winchester , 146 and in 1247 Geoffrey son of Alexander and Olympia his wife settled a virgate of land in Sutton on Robert de Sutton . 147 By the beginning of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tadalen 29, cyfieitha Jovis yU Jan tel pa byddai J yn yr iaith Gvmraeg, a dyry Olympus i lawr fel Olympia, dan beth hollol wahanol i'w gilydd. Drwg genym ddwyn -y cyhnddiadau hyn yn erbyn y cyfeithiad, end g9a zsAt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gomer heb fyned ar wasgar, a'u henw heb fyned i ddifencoll I Ychydig o glod a gafodd y De o'r Olympia hon. Oni bai am Dewi Wyn o Essyllt ao Alaw Ddn, buasai enw y De wedi ei ddileu. Ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda phethau folly. Rbedwyd y rheiegfa bon yr wythnos o'r blan. a, mawr y dyddor- k deb a deimid ar Olympia eloni eto. Yr oedd wyth yn ei rhedeg am y gamp, ond podwar oedd i enill y goron 0W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac Ithaca, N.-Y.; ye agos i 8tOCk~rtes'mc yn Sir Los Angeles, li.; heb fad bepeib oddiwr!th Portland ao Astoria Oregon'- ao yenDghyraedd Olympia, Waahingtoa Territory. Ii . bynaig y eceir gle, eeir ydata i raddon niiwy hxeu~lai.- O'r: .Dryrch.. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CATTLE SHOW. PARIS HIPPODROME, AT OLYMPIA, KENSINTON. On IAonday, December 5th, a aEAp EvURSION train for LONDON, will leave *DOLGEL-LEY at 10.25 a.m.; *BLAENAU FES- rINJoG, S.5; BALA, 7.45; CORWEN, 8.20, and LLANGOLLEN at 8.50 a.m.; returning Dec. 7 and Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    TO THE READER.

    the learned Hymnes and songes of Prudentius and Nazienzene, wherwith Pindarus dyd neuer so much set out his triumphes of Olympia and Nemea. I nede not here reherse the learned Orations of eloquent Cyprian, Chrysostome, Ambrose, & Hierome, who neuer

    To the Reader.

    the learned Hymnes and Songes of Prudentius and Nazienzene, wherewith Pindarus dyd neuer so much set out his triumphes of Olympia and Nemea. I nede not here reherse the learned Orations of eloquent Cyprian, Chrysostome, Ambrose, & Hierome, who neuer

    Book 1, page 15 (1583)

    the learned Hymnes and Songes of Prudentius and Nazienzene, wherewith Pindarus did neuer so much set out hys triumphes of Olympia and Nemea. I neede not here rehearse the learned Orations of eloquent Cyprian, Chrysostome, Ambrose. and Hierome, who neuer

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.¶ A description of countreys and cities in Europa, which were before christened, and now are subdued and subiect to the Turke.Europa.Countreys.Cities.Thracia.Samothracia.(Act 16.Constantinopolis, orBizantium.Pera.AdrianopolisTraianopolis.Caliopis.Sestus.Apollonia.Græcia. Act. 20.Macedonia. Rom. 15.Theßalonica. Act. 17.Philippi.

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes. Arabia, Persia and also India exterior, wherein is Calecute. The which Persia although it be vnder þe Sophi, which is an enemy to þe Turke, yet it is to

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Lock-out of stage operatives at Olympia

    [Strikes and lockouts, Theater, Handbills, theatrical] LOCKOUT OF STAGE OPERATIVES AT OLYMPIA. THE PROPRIETORS OF "CONSTANTINOPLE" AT OLYMPIA HAVE LOCKED-OUT THE STAGEMEN BECAUSE THEY DID NOT CONTRACT OUT OF THE EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT IMMEDIATELY THEY WERE CALLED UPON TO DO Subscribers-only content

    Special cheap provincial excursion coupon to 'The Orient' at Olympia

    (Special cheap provincial excursion coupon to 'The Orient' at Olympia) [Tickets, Printed ephemera, entertainment] gpecial Cheap ppovlncial Excursion Coupon to ' THE ORIENT" AT OLYMPIA. ADD. SON ROAD (KENSINGTON) STATION. I^ondLoxx's Gx»eat F^lotasixx-^e Resort. This Coupon, on presentation at the Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Tickets, Printed ephemera, entertainment] 0(|t puv? ad t|MX fOU13U^U3 fA3 •VldWAlO -/s 7. H ;/-/; 9 MOS SOOld zzaw M Block FF MEZZ.? FLOOR Bow 6 Sut 5/- //-/I ki OLTMPU, EVI WEr FEBR Entranc* This PC? ftnd the Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    9lfll|OU| 9/e V\d izli 33NI1VW sn3Ji3 Bidui^iQ Olympia Circus MATINEE /21 CirA 3/6 Inoli^kg Tax R|i07 TO ¦HcTAIN CO snoMj mdmA\Q Olympia Circus? MAfflNEE Cil Inol TO le 3/6 Hlng Tax 103 HiETAINCO Olympia Circus? MAfflNEE Cil Inol TO le Subscribers-only content

    Bertram W. Mills circus at Olympia

    (Bertram W. Mills circus at Olympia) [Circuses, Tickets, entertainment] BERTRAM W. MILLS'? CIRCUS at OLYMPIA EVENING? 22/1/26 Stalls 5/9 Including Tax ¦ L 145 TO RE GIVFN UI in NdAiy aa ox 9fl 1 x-BX Suipnpui 6/& nv^^s? nlilii? DMmaAa Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Shepherd's Bush Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Richmond Hotel, Shepherd's Bush Road, London 1879 Athenaeum, Godolphin Road, Shepherd's Bush, London 1880 Olympia, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London 1887 Ladbroke Hall, Ladbroke Grove Road, Notting Hill, London 1890 Bush Hotel, Shepherd's Bush Green,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1774, 1 March 1774

    William Morjhead, Two of the Sons of Olympia Morßead by William Morfhead her Hufband ; and of the faid William Morfhead and Olympia his Wife, on Behalf of themfelves and of Chrijiopher, Edward, Olympia, Amelia, Mary, Charlotte, and Harriet, their Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1775, 15 February 1775

    John Morßead and William Morfhead, Two of referred to the Sons of Olympia Morßead by William Morßead judges. jjer Hufband, and of the" faid William Morßead and Olympia his Wife, on Behalf of themfelves, and of Chriflopher, Edward, Olympia*, Amelia, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 17 January 1816

    Wynn and Bayly, from Ports¬ mouth to the Coast of France ----------- To Lieut. W. Windeyer, of H. M. Cutter Olympia; for conveying Lords Lovaine and Binning, charged with Dispatches to Viscount Castlereagh ; and also for conveying Lord Apsley Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 17 January 1816

    General Count Nugent from Trieste to the Mouth of the Po - To Lieut. W. Windeyer, of H. M. Cutter Olympia, for the Expense incurred in providing for the reception of Lord Lyndoch, who had sailed for England previous to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1817

    Brenton, Civil Secre- tary to the Province of Canada, to Portsmouth ------- To Lieut. W. Windeyer, of H. M. Cutter, Olympia ; for conveying Major General Sir H. Lowe and Suite, to Ostend .--------- To - - D» - - Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Homely. Odelburga German, Noble. Odila, German, Rich. Olga, Russian, Gracious queen. Olive, Olivia, S Latin, Olive. Olotia, Celtic, Oriental beauty. Olympia , Greek, Heavenly. Omphale, Greek, Tuneful. Ophelia, Greek, Useful. Orabillis, Latin, To be entreated. Orchis, Greek, Graceful. Oriana, Greek, Subscribers-only content

    The Reign of error: a jeu(bilee) d'esprit., 1887

    not go to shows, Unless they ' re bossed by foreigners, ' tis then the money flows. She has visited Olympia , where circus clowns ap¬ peared, She admired the pretty gee-gees, as the gates and bars they cleared. But Subscribers-only content

    How the Irish members got into gaol., 1890

    " too, but ten to one, like the band from the capital of the country at the Irish Exhibition at Olympia , they " never learnt it, " and probably never will. In addition to the adjuncts already mentioned, there Subscribers-only content

    The annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society., 1899

    Exhibition held at Earl's Court in the summer and the revival of a portion of it, with large additions, at Olympia in December, have been a source of much anxiety to your Committee. All such exhibitions of natives, brought in Subscribers-only content

    The annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society., 1899

    natives at Earl's Court , and to offer suggestions as to their treatment, and this couise has been continued at Olympia . Several of its recom mendations were acted upon, though no more could be expected, or has resulted from Subscribers-only content

 

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