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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clapham

    Parishes Clapham CLAPHAM Cloppaham (ix cent.); Clopeham or Cloppeham (xi-xiii cent.); Clopham (xiii-xv cent.). The civil parish of Clapham forms part of the metropolitan borough of Wandsworth . 1 The parish is connected with London by the road which

    Clapham Clapham And Patching c. 1975

    Clapham CLAPHAM Clapham 1 lies 4 miles north-west of Worthing on the south slope of the South Downs . The modern parish is elongated from north to south, with an eastwards extension in the south part. The ancient parish,

    Parishes Battersea with Penge

    Parishes Battersea with Penge BATTERSEA with PENGE HAMLET Batrichesia, Patricsey or Patricheseya (xi cent.); Patriceseie (xii cent.); Batricheseye (xiii-xvi cent.); Battersey (xvi-xviii cent.); Battersea (xvii cent.). The civil parish of Battersea is a part of the metropolitan borough of

    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    Hampstead Hampstead Heath Hampstead Heath. The modern Hampstead Heath is normally considered to be the entire open space of c . 800 a., 62 most of it added to the original heath bordering Hampstead town, the administration of which

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Pilkington

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Pilkington PILKINGTON Pilkiton, Pilkinton, Pulkinton, 1200; Pilketon, 1221; Pilkinton, Pynkelton, Pynkilnton, 1277; Pilkington, 1282. The forms with and without the g are common from this time. This township is bounded on two sides,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAITH I ITALI. 4000 0 VILLDIROEDD TRWY Y CYPANDIR I ITLI, AC YN OL DRWY GERMANI. . O GA MR. THOMAS LLOYD JONES, TALYBPR. LLYTHTR XXVII. Belgiusm n. Yr ydym yn awr yn gorfod gadael Prwsia, ac heb e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wtobion CPmreto. Deallaf fod un o feibion gweinidog 1 parchus yn y De wedi dechreu ar ei yrfa I Athrofaol yn Cheshunt. i Bu y Parch. J. E. Harries, Aberhonddu, 1 yn efrydydd am rai blynyddoedd yn Princeton, U.D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. CONDUCT OP PARISH OsntcEas-On Saturday week, and by adjourn- ment on Monday, an inquest was held at Betbual green, on the body of Ann Ashleji It appeared that about two o'clock onWednesday morning, the deceaseA was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE THAMES TU NNEL.-The Directors having received numerous assurances of the groat interest excited in the public isniud. and of' the general willingness to support, by VOLUNTARY CONTRII ,XUTIONS, this Undertaking, beg to announce that the Directors will receive, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :: COMMER1CIAL-EXAMINER. CIrr, SATUJROAY, ONE O'CLOCK. 'he 'crt of distress among our manufacturers becomes louder and stronger. The Cholera Morbus-and the Tories-worthy allies !-are operating in union. against them. The obstructions occasioned by the disease interfere with the foreign Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Clapham Park Lodge

    Clapham Park Lodge (5446) Lodge Details Named in: 1933 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1933 Warrant of Constitution: 6th December 1933. Consecrated 31st January 1934 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 5446

    Somersetshire Lodge

    Somersetshire Lodge (2925) Lodge Details Named in: 1902 Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1902 Warrant of Constitution: 24th June 1902. Consecrated 28th July 1902 Warrant of Centenary: 27th July 2002 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 27th July 2002 Hall Stone Medal:

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    41 with the subject should have thought the scheme worthy of serious consideration. There remain only to be noticed as sources of supply, the Wandle and the Colne . In 1834 , the late Mr. Telford , was directed Subscribers-only content

    Annual report., 1884

    8 Almos t simultaneously meetings were held by other Committees in Plymouth , Bristol , Dublin , Belfast , and the Free Trade Hall, Manchester . Never before since the movement began had so many large and important meetings Subscribers-only content

    Annual report., 1887

    IO Duno on, Inellan, Kilcreggan , Rothesay , Helensburgh and Blair - more. Garden meetings have been held by the kindness of Mrs. Stapleton , Holmwood , Clapham Common , and by Mrs. Charles Holland , Niddry Lodge , Subscribers-only content

    New London: her parliament and its work, 1895

    30 VII. - THE COUNCIL AND SPORTS: FOR CRICKETER, SKATER, CYCLIST, AND ATHLETE. IN view of the greatly increased demand for play-grounds, which comes of the athletic movement, the Council are looking forward, as well as to the needs Subscribers-only content

    New London: her parliament and its work, 1895

    6 NEW LO NDON. and highways, then went forward, and it has now nominally completed a two years ' life. Triumphs and Difficulties. Has it succeeded? The answer must be an unequivocal -Yes. I have enumerated some of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Clapham

    Clapham CLAPHAM. Etymology . This parish in all probability received its appellation from one of its proprietors. Osgod Clappa was the name of the Danish lord, at whose daughter's marriage-feast, in Lambeth, Hardicanute died 1 . In Doomsday book,

    Biographical Appendix, 1827-8 Committee

    Biographical Appendix 1827-8 Committee (B) 1827-8 REPEAL COMMITTEE Aspland, Robert (1782-1845): educated Bristol Academy; pastor, Gravel Pit congregation, Hackney 1805-45; editor, Monthly Repository, Christian Reformer, Test Act Reporter ; secretary, the Southern Unitarian Society, the British and Foreign Unitarian

    Battersea

    Battersea BATTERSEA. Etymology . The parish of Battersea lies in the hundred of Brixton, and is situated near the river Thames, about three miles from Westminster-Bridge. The name has undergone several changes. In the Conqueror's Survey, it is called

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 3 June 1830, 03 June 1830-03 June 1830

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62 4 June 1830 Die Jovis, 3 Junii 1830. DOMINI tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes fuerunt: Dux Cumberland. Archiep. Cantuar . Archiep. Ebor . Epus. Londinen . Epus. Lich. et Cov . Epus. Glocestr

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

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    ANDREW CRAWFORD, Theft, 26/06/1793

    520. ANDREW CRAWFORD was indicted for stealing on the 14th of June , one black gelding, value 9 l. the goods of Richard Matth ews . RICHARD MATTHEWS sworn. I am a master poulterer by trade; I live at

 

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