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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Watford Introduction

    business in London . The greater part of this district, however, lies outside the urban area. Monmouth House and the Platts , High Street , Watford The area of Watford Urban District has been extended several times. In 1901 it

    Forest of Dean Education St John's Church , Cinderford , Built In 1844, and the School of 1840

    260; A. Platts and G. H. Hainton , Educ. in Glos.: A Short Hist . ( 1954 ), 79-80, 102. Glos. R.O., SB 15/3, pp. 372, 439; 4, pp. 7-8, 64, 84, 88, 105; D 4880/4 -5; Platts and Hainton

    Parishes Stainton

    a paten, the date letter of which is illegible but bearing the Britannia mark and the inscription, 'Ex dono Jacobi Platts Rectoris Anno Domini 1705.' 99 There are also a plated chalice, flagon and paten, and a pewter flagon. The

    Parishes East and West Molesey

    much further back is unknown, the parish held 18 or 19 acres of land called Hale , Hale Platts , and the Platts , for the repairs of the church and the relief of the poor. In 1789 these were

    Hornsey , including Highgate Churches

    closure in 1832 five 18th-century monuments were transferred to the new church, as were the plate and registers. 24 The Platts ' monument, restored at the expense of St. John's College , Cambridge , was installed in the old church

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Three finer bays could scarcely have been found. George Jackson was i3 and James 12 years of age; EDOCh Priestle Platts was only 9 years old, but the progrens lie made under his fathtr was astonishbigily grea!. Ile under- stood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rIse nost outetie docuntents that cal be procured sot these subjects. Each Volanse is adorned with Ensgravings of Slaps, Scettr', Platts, &c. for tise most beastiful .sf which the Author is inditted t', hI friesad aslid fellow-travel ler, Mr. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - , NORI'f,1 AMERICA. TH-IE IES.ASAGE OF THE PRE-SIWENT FellaF-citiai~eaqf Of 61 Senati and of the Hiouic of Rere rnj~ .n cortrnlluCiicrtlg to youl a eas~t view of public apairj eiornmeencemeut of yoinr presen tabour%1 l do it . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pirqip4l Events recorded in thatSucred Book; inao. is. .I. Thei ELmENT of d~irfECCI9p{E ESIASTICAL I ISTORY By. the Rey. 3S Platts. Au3 HilSTONICAL EPITOME af the OLD an,,d NSRWTESTAIRE1St, qjd Pe~rt of tde Aik)IJ'APMA; in which the Events:are arranged accor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchants. [Holt, Thread. needle street. T. Shepherd, Brighton, jeweller. [Watt, Cushion court, Old Broad street. T. Wilson, Brunswick parade, oil-tna. [Platts, Blue-coat buildings. J. H. Stubbs, Manchester, mierchant. [Dax, Gray's Inn. E. Gandar, Commercial road, brazier. [Baddeley, Goodinan's fields. S. Subscribers-only content

 

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