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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Social and cultural activities

    Chiswick Social and cultural activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES. Houses called the Catherine Wheel and the Counter House in 1558 55 may have been taverns, as was the Bohemia in 1632 . 56 The King's Head at Chiswick was

    Chiswick Education

    Chiswick Education EDUCATION. A schoolhouse repaired in 1642 -3 and 1663-4 probably was also used for vestry meetings, since it was to make way for a new vestry room by the church gate in 1691 . 51 Presumably it

    Chiswick Growth Chiswick : Evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    Chiswick Growth GROWTH. Articles dating from Mesolithic to Roman times have been found in the Thames , and a Roman presence is attested by coins, notably from an urn dug up at Turnham Green in 1731 and by brickwork

    Industries Coach-making

    Industries Coach-making COACH-MAKING The earliest coaches were of necessity heavy and clumsy in their design, as the terrible condition of even the most frequented highways of the City prohibited the use of lighter vehicles. For this reasons the Thames

    Chiswick Local government Borough of Brentford and Chiswick London Borough of Hounslow

    Chiswick Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Manorial government. In 1294 the chapter of St. Paul's claimed view of frankpledge, the assize of bread and of ale, infangthief, outfangthief, gallows, tumbril, pillory, and fugitives' chattels in Chiswick and Sutton , as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ABERTAWE A'R CYLCH0EDD. Seiat GyfTredinol -Nos Fawrtb, Hydref 18fedi yn ysgoldv y Cruglas, cynhaliwyd y cyntaf o sei. adan misol y tymor. Traethwyd ar y testyn gosod- edig, "Gostyngeiddrwydd," gan yv blaenor a'r llenor adnabyddus Pabeliwyson. Cafwyd rhydd-. ymddiddan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS, 'lie LORD YARBsOROUGH AND 1lls TENi\Tjs.-LodY- the borough, in a letter 'to the tenants on his Lineoh~eh~lr6: he0 estatee, intimates that it is his intention to rediioeltlhofr irerents by 15 per cent. foi- tl netfveyas SEIzuirE OF. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL AND MONETAR1Y. | I S rt i-4llADh I n 1 JIjU L3iJ~jI1'~ tLLAWJ AL5WAV J6 "Al A£ L :From oW, W U Var'erpopdeeC.) LONDON, Thursday gveniisr.. The Bran directors to-day matte no change in the oflicihl minimum, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. - a::- efb) rm.a71 w.# Lseo,9 ' fromn our City C'rapndew.1 LoGDON. Tuesday Eveninr. Thore was an active enquiry for money in the early part n of the day, but during the afternoon it became stack. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONAL (oatd.) NOEE RS Pesidlentl Wonted (Choib oIf Eng7alad):; good- 3 AX nuin, retquired -cosmfortahle home. Moderate Salary -Ad.'lrtoi, sa~tiag age, salary, r51ecenc,-a. and full par'ic-ula~r, G. 63. Daily - tiVMlhNthtt (231, ecpertencod. certiticated, Desires Rle-eriaize- Gt 5101g. good Subscribers-only content

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