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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Addington

    Parishes Addington ADDINGTON Edintone, Eddintone (xi cent.); Adinton (later). Addington , which lies on the chalk and Thanet sand, comprises an area of 3,359 acres. It still remains rural, notwithstanding the neighbourhood of Croydon and London . Building operations

    Croydon Introduction and Croydon Palace

    Croydon Introduction and Croydon Palace CROYDON Croindeine (xi cent.); Crondon (xiii cent.). Croydon is a parish of 9,012 acres lying 10 miles south of London on the London and Brighton road . The neighbourhood of Croydon is very rich

  • * British History Online *

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    Addington

    Addington ADDINGTON. Etymology . Boundaries . Addington Hills . The name of this parish was anciently written Edintone. I can find nothing satisfactory relative to its etymology; it was probably denominated from some one of its remote possessors. The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? ? %. . GLE, KNINGS. ? I - Mr. Williamr Michael Rossetci has undertaken to write a monograph on Keats. Queen. Kapiolani, of the Sandwich Islands, visitea Idme. Tussaud's Exhibition on Wednesday. 31r. Oliphant's new romannce,"''The Son of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :MIISCELLAN FO US. CURIOUS 'ACCIDENT,, A eCurious hppened m v iMonday on the highwa8 It aheifee| Volunteer Butts. A grOtip of user, Sl ear the St Ho~rczsis[aIaverltmmld Premed t'l ot hall "atch, when Jueln eLdierg f 0 Hued '2, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 01- fratowil alutp., THE STATE OF AFFAIRS IN AFGHANISTAN is very h disquieting. Rumours are afloat in London that U Cabul has risen in insurrection, and that the Ameerp B Abdurrahman Khan, has been murdered. Inquiries P Were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &<& ,^Rpri^^m\iL- o*r Mantlay last the : NjiMeation of this Canal, from the Thumbs to the town of Croydpn', was open- rd* . T-herr-nprietors assembled tp Cttlj'-britt' **'*• inte- resting a... event.. . Th*»y *n*rt>at' Sydenham t^abuut five miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .^^TtHEATRK. -^** ROSSI, Ballet Mas- >[\'G S „ informs the Nobililv, (.en irv. Subscribers H ''^^ the Public, Ihal his BENEFIT is ti<ed f or^ t* p-ifi'i. al , I q 1807, w'n-ri will he given the Favourite • Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    London and Brighton., 1845

    RAILWAY CHRONICLE TRAVELLING CHARTS; Or, IRON ROAD BOOKS, FOR PERUSAL ON THE JOURNEY: IN WHICH AEE NOTED THE TOWNS , VILLAGES, CHURCHES, MANSIONS, PARKS, STATIONS, BRIDGES, VIADUCTS, TUNNELS CUTTINGS, GRADIENTS & c THE SCENERY AND ITS NATURAL HISTORY, THE Subscribers-only content

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