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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowley Introduction

    triangle formed where the Pinn and Fray's River meet, Cowley parish was so intermixed with Hillingdon that parts of it were entirely detached from the rest, while other parts, some detached, lay farther east across the Pinn . For this

    Ickenham Introduction

    Most of the soil is London Clay but a narrow strip of alluvium follows the course of the Pinn stream. 12 The Pinn , which formed the northern and western boundaries of the old parish, runs into an artificial lake

    Ruislip Introduction RUISLIP PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1814

    wholly pasture land. South of the Pinn is a low ridge rising to 200 ft at Windmill Hill and Kingsend, and then sloping gradually to the Yeading Brook which runs parallel to the Pinn roughly mid-way between Eastcote Road and

    Cowley Church

    29 In 1884, before a similar change was effected in the civil boundaries, the area of Hillingdon west of the Pinn and south of St. Andrew's was transferred to Cowley ecclesiastical parish, thus considerably increasing its size. 30 Westminster did

    Ruislip Economic and social history

    in part still are, traceable starting from a point on the Pinn near Fore Street in Eastcote , and then running north of the Manor Farm to rejoin the Pinn west of Bury Street . 81 A water-mill may possibly

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Appendix

    have read with much interest. The highest class during the past six months has consisted of the same two boys, Pinn and Lewis; you will be glad to learn that they continue to merit the characters given to them on

    Index of persons, O-R

    Eliz. Nat. Thos. Pink , Mr. Pinkard , Wm. Pinkerton , Rob. a . Pinkney , Mr. Rose a . Pinn , Mr. Pinniger , Rich. Pinson , Mr. Wm. a . Piouse , Wm. Piper , wid. a ;

    Index, P

    10 executed, 11 14 Pinelli (Penelli), Domenico, Cardinal, Dean of the Sacred College reasons given by Willis for contacting, 126 Pinn (Pynne) Whites coarse cloth called, 294 Pipe Office 225 Pirates list of French ships seized by English, 13, 14

    America and West Indies, March 1699, 1-10, 01 March 1699-31 March 1699

    fine Baby! Dost think we are afraid of a Baby" (pointing at the King's effigies in the beginning) "and a Pinn, Box?" ( the Great Seal ). He said it was no King's Commission and could prove it, and holding

    Index, P, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    195, 512. Pindar , William, 193. Pine , John, 433, 439, 589. -, See White pine. Pinkerton (Haddingtonshire) , 330. Pinn , William, 607. Pinney , William, inspector of Excise revenues, Scotland, 35, 121. Piore , Mr., 417. Pipe ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liar I. pethla hylal litiiimeh 'hxxi diniio 11yth " dii (i"yihielaetii fo drefuir i olixxi fxnlodiacd i I1110l idragxxydclol deyrias, Pinn .llarglwnydc losto Grist." ia ParciA. Evan ftolert,~. Dolgellan. ir. Cade'i'xdd iAJ a lra'feiilicin oh, iliae 11 aiuilions geliiA v'clx'xVI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    letter-press. By BENJAMIN RICHARD GRacN, Author of a Numismatic Chart of Grecian History, the subjects are Bacchus, Ariadne, liercu. les, Pinn. Also a Second Edition of No. I., containing Jupiter, Jlno, Apollo, Diana. And of No. If., do. Mercury, Minerva, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uoh n-cr the clt'c-nstaices. Costa Cabr. xid i at lengths vlir'. it it -I tili C drid Le-astiosm, :idl-zs3ec hix Pinn ed iii it a :i-,Iso wl hich lie cirei.-ed to be e al' d t ' be 6. cctced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dozen; splendid CHAMPAGNFES, the cele- brlted Vintage of 1842, 42s. per do-zen; BOTTLED POR1, 3Os. per dozen. Also, is one Pinn, One Tliousand Dozens of very seperior driy fi-voeuted OLD PORiT, six yeats in Bottles, at 4Ss. per dczen. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    totiecailled " The Glyri Motel,' to he 11 conducted on strictly Temperance principtes 0Prospectus and Form ef Appliontitan, together with Pinn, can he a had at the Offices of the Comp~gany. W T 498 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Subscribers-only content

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