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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Denham THE SAVOY DENHAM

    the 16th century, but was added to late in the 17th century and has been subsequently much altered and restored. Southlands Farm, in the south of the parish, has a moat which is fed by the Alderbourne. It is a

    Old and New Shoreham Local government and public services Borough Seal Of New Shoreham (½)

    the boundary with Kingston , 46 and on its transfer to the National Health Service became a general hospital called Southlands , which was much enlarged and improved in the 1970s . 47 A health centre in Pound Road just

    Religious Houses House of Bridgettines

    , 9, 94, 108, 134. Abbess Jordan and several other nuns died at Southlands in Denham par. (Bucks.): Martiloge , ff. 25, 47, 58 (erasures). For Southlands see V.C.H. Bucks . iii. 257-8, and cf. R. H. Lathbury , Hist.

    West Drayton Introduction

    substantially from the 17th and 18th centuries, including the premises of Wilkins, Campbell & Co. Ltd., The Old House , Southlands , and Dr. Corkery 's house, and the ' Swan '. Elmsdale House, at the centre of the east

    Mills and fishponds

    to have been removed about 1885 50 and the site was in 1958 occupied by the Southlands Wesleyan chapel at the junction of Southlands Road and Bishopthorpe Road . St. Mary 's Abbey possessed three windmills near the city. One

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. D. J. Waller. It appeared that iul the Westminster Training College therc uxri, 117 mnale students, and at Southlands 109 female students. lMr. Waller stuted that there N q r never so many candidates for admission to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    past. year. 'Thrdigh 'failing' health, the Rev. i,. 0. Bate has been obliged to resign his position as principal of Southlands Training. College for. 9ehoolmictresses. The Education Conunittee noninated. three nanes, from wbich the Con- farenicelshould select one as silecessoi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X'oung, of Handsworth) delivered a valedictory addriss to the students of the Westminster and Southlands Training Colleges, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Bridge Road West, Battersea. His subject was the "Moral Oualiflca- tions for a Teacher." One of the dangers of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    comfortable home: near the DBaths;largchouse,beautiful grotnnds.-Mirs. Dudley,Nlorbcry Hoesse. clOD I L'MOtTHi, Devon.-Lrg-size-d Furnished Itourso to Let, for E15monith of AugustApy, Southlands, Carlton Hill. Es.- mouth. cid79 TjAIRMHOUSE Aparteents pleasant. healthy. and convenient; F close to station.-Apply Mrs. Wright, 100F Top Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    affairs was' presented. This stated that there were 122 male students in training at Westminster, and 109 female students at Southlands. There were 839 sEchool departments, with 180,840 scholars, an increase of 1,262. The amount of school - pence had Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, December 1537, 26-31, 01 December 1537-31 December 1537

    and a water-mill, in Rousper; the closes of land, crofts, & c., called Pykesfeld, Hewells, New landes, Rabelandes, Southmede, Millemede, Southlands, and Hethfelde, and a water-mill and three pitells of land, in Horseham, Sussex, and all other their manors, &

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The educational almanack., 1881

    Society's) Lincoln (Diocesan) Liverpool ( Roman Catholic ) Norwich (Diocesan) Oxford (Diocesan) Ripon ( York and Ripon Diocesan) Salisbury (Diocesan) Southlands , Battersea (Wesleyan) Stockwell (Brit. & Fo r. Sch. Society's) Swansea (Brit. & For. Sch. Society's) Tottenham (Christian Knowledge Subscribers-only content

    The educational almanack., 1881

    Society's) Lincoln (Diocesan) Liverpool ( Roman Catholic ) Norwich (Diocesan) Oxford (Diocesan) Ripon ( York and Ripon Diocesan) Salisbury (Diocesan) Southlands (Wesleyan) Stockwell (British and Foreign School Society's) Swansea (Brit ish and Foreign School Society's) Tottenham (Society for Promoting Christian Subscribers-only content

    [The position & rights of training colleges explained and defended ], 1882

    of the Colleges. I will deal, then, first and chiefly, with our own case-the case of these Colleges- Westminster and Southlands . Westminster College and Practising Schools were built between 1848 and 1851 . They cost, in¬ cluding site, building, Subscribers-only content

    [The position & rights of training colleges explained and defended ], 1882

    work as diligently as those of the mascu¬ line distinction. I congratulate Mr. Bate and you, my young friends of Southlands , mutually on each other's relations. May we all have in both Colleges a year of the best success! Subscribers-only content

    [The position & rights of training colleges explained and defended ], 1882

    Students of the Westminster and Southlands Training Colleges, delivered on February 1st, 1882 , in the Battersea Wesleyan Chapel, BY THE REV. JAMES H. RIGG , D.D., PRINCIPAL OF THE WESTMINSTER TRAINING COLLEGE . Fobmee Addresses. The Past Thiety Years. Subscribers-only content

 

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