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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hampton-in-Arden

    archway towards the nave has jambs and a twocentred head of two chamfered orders with moulded bases and imposts. 40 Random scratchings indicate the existence of a former gallery front. The west window is of three trefoiled lights and vertical

    Hampstead Social and Cultural Activities

    Baines, Rec. Hampstead , 280; C.H.R . iii. 31; above. Hampstead Annual ( 1898 ), 127-35; Potter, Random Recollections , 56. Potter, Random Recollections , 56-7; H.H.E. Dir. and Almanac ( 1870 ). Above, growth, Vale of Health ; below,

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the central area from c. 1600 Warwick 1965

    in Urban Geog.' (Univ. Wales , Aberystwyth , M.A. thesis, 1961), 90-91. See pl. facing p. 515. R. Walton , Random Recollections of the Midland Circuit , 9-10. See p. 519. 1851 map. See p. 506. Kemp, Hist. Warw .

    The borough of Warwick Warwick from 1835

    Warw . 91, 96. Kemp, Hist. Warw . 76; Warw. Advertiser , e.g. 27 July 1839 ; Robert Walton , Random Recollections of the Midland Circuit , 182. Council minute Sept. 1889 ; Gen. Purposes Cttee. minute 4 May 1897

    Hampstead Communications HAMPSTEAD COMMUNICATIONS

    1783 . Baines, Rec. Hampstead , 223. A private sedan chair was in use until 1853: G. W. Potter , Random Recollections of Hampstead ( 1907 ), 29. For the distinction between short-stage coaches and omnibuses, see Hist. Lond. Transport

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    quoted by the Professors was Dr. Holdsworth , a Man of the strictest Virtue and most unsully'd Reputation, though at Random his Character was excepted against, as is said before, by the Petitioners. He was, as * the eminent Bishop

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    detention, m-oved that a Commitaree 'he appointed to examine into the cir'cuni'stances connected with the apprehension and detention of Clias. Random De Berenger. Mr. C. JoHnssIOtS seconded the notion; and said, thatas far as it depended upon hiwsseifand those coonected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, December 15. INSOLVEINTS. J. Rowe, St George's in the East, master-mariner. S. Crawley, Hemei-Hentpsted, linen-draper. R. Gordon. James street, Islington, wheelwright. R. Blake, St Mawee, rope-maker. BANKRVPTCIES SUPERSEDED. T. Wheeler, Hereford, corn-dealer. J. Taylor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;-for either fog banishes sun, or satn expels fog ; and in both cases, there's an tend of the partnership."-`Cotrnan's Random Records. AN ITALuAN PRACTITIONEe.-It is very much in the style of Italian finesse, to let a deceit work its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. COLMAN's Random Records. 'ERSONS who have any desire to see exemplified the proverb, Rism 7epto res nullu ineptior, will do well to read Mr COLMAN'S Random R~ecords, which in every abject quality sinks below any production of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maljesty's Most Hononeable Privy ChambeT-IV. Crawfrord's Embassy to the Couot of Ava-V. Robert Montgo- rmery's Satan-Vl. Law of Arrest-VIL. Colman's Random Records-VlIl. Fiuancial Reform-IX. Galt's Lawrie Todd-X. Taxes on Lterattire-XI. Bentbam's Petition.s for Jisetice-XIl. Public Charities in France-XtlL. Lire of Subscribers-only content

 

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