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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Boxing

    Sport, ancient and modern Boxing BOXING Middlesex has always been the centre of the art of self-defence both for professionals and amateurs. A very large proportion of the champions of both sections have been Londoners or men long located

    Schools The North London Collegiate School

    Schools The North London Collegiate School THE NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL In April 1850 Frances Mary Buss opened the North London Collegiate School for Ladies at 46 (later renumbered 12) Camden Street . Camden Town was then a professional

    Hampstead Communications HAMPSTEAD COMMUNICATIONS

    Hampstead Communications COMMUNICATIONS. Watling Street or Edgware Road , often called Kilburn Street or Road, 19 was the Roman road to St. Albans and beyond. Almost parallel to it on the east was a route leading north through Hampstead

    Islington Communications Islington and Stoke Newington communications

    Islington Communications Communications It was believed that a Roman road from Cripplegate to St. Albans ran through Islington along the line of Prebend Street and Highbury Grove to Stroud Green , 7 possibly following an earlier track, 8 but

    Paddington Communications PADDINGTON COMMUNICATIONS PADDINGTON c. 1750

    Paddington Communications COMMUNICATIONS. Roman roads formed the parish's north-eastern and southern boundaries from Marble Arch: Watling Street , later Edgware Road , and the Uxbridge road , 21 whose length to Notting Hill Gate was known by the 1860s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - GEMAU. Am a fu, diolchwn; am y sydd boddlonwn; ac am a fydd, ymddiriedwn. Mae gan bob bai ei fantell, ao efe a'i gwisga i r di- ben o gael ei gamgymerye. am rinwedd. Y gwreiddyn goreu i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GEORGE'S PILE & GRAVEL PILLS. MEDDYGINIAETH LYSIMUOL. V MAE y Peleni hyn yn feddyginiaeth sier. i ban, a diogel i'r Piles a2 r Gravel, so i haws o anhwvlderaN erai eydo yn en canlyn, megis-Poen yn y o.fI, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GEO RGE'S PILE & GRAVEL PILLS. MEDDYGINIAETE LYSIEUOL. y MAE y Peleni hyn n feddyginiaeth sicr, a diogel ir Piles a'r Gravel, ec i liaws o anlwylderau emil] eydd yn en canlyn, megie-Peen yn y Geein, yr Areana, s'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GE OR GE'S PIL E & GRAVEL PILLS. MEDDYGINIAETH LYSIEUOL. MAE y Peleni hyn yn feddyginiaeth sicr Jlbuanadiogel'rriles a'rGravel u atiiaews oahwylderau esall eydd yn en canlyn, negis-Poen ye y refn, yr Arena;n a'r Pwynan, engaf:der Yn y Pen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GEORGE'S PILE & GRAV1EL PILLS. ME:DDYGINIAETH LYSIBTJOL. V7 MAE y Peleni hyn yn feddyginiaeth sicr, bnan, a diogel ir Piles a'r Gravel, ac i Blaws o anhwylderau eraill sydd yn en canalyn, megis-Poen y-n y cefn, yr Arena;, a'r Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN PERCIVAL, CHRISTOPHER SPILLER, Theft, 30/10/1793

    739. JOHN PERCIVAL and CHRISTOPHER SPILLER were indicted for stealing, on the 2d of October , two hundred pounds weight of lead, value 2 l. belonging to John Buddle , affixed to a building of his . (The witnesses

    THOMAS CRIPPS, Violent Theft, 13/07/1808

    507. THOMAS CRIPPS was indicted for feloniously making an assault upon Rebecca Fisher , widow , putting her in fear, and taking from her person and against her will, one shirt, value 8 s. and one handkerchief, value 1

    JOHN ROBINSON, Theft, 28/10/1812

    913. JOHN ROBINSON was indicted for burglariously breaking, and entering the dwelling house of Matthew John Burr , about the hour of twelve, on the night of the 2d of October , and stealing therein a copper, value 1

    CHARLES COOPER, Theft, 21/06/1815

    705. CHARLES COOPER was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the night of the 3rd, or early in the morning of the 4th of June , fifteen fowls, value 30 s. and five ducks, value 10 s. the property of

    ROBERT SWINTON, JOHN DAY, Theft, 16/04/1817

    614. ROBERT SWINTON and JOHN DAY were indicted for stealing, on the 3d of April , fourteen yards of woollen cloth, value 4l., the property of Edward Smith , in his dwelling-house . PETER MOORE . I live opposite

 

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