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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clapham

    1720-90 , the eccentric but generous supporter of the f irst Evangelical movement, was son of Robert Thornton of Clapham Common , and shared his home with William Wilberforce . He was a friend of Newton and Cowper, and in

    Clapham Clapham And Patching c. 1975

    has remained rural. The parish lies on the chalk, overlaid in the south by later deposits on which are Clapham common and the brickworks of the Clapham Brick Co. 4 During the Napoleonic War there was an encampment of 1,000

    Parishes Battersea with Penge

    Michael , Wandsworth Common , in 1884 ; St. Stephen, Bridge Road , in 1887 ; St. Barnabas , Clapham Common , in 1895 ; St. Luke , in 1901 ; and St. Bartholomew , in 1906 . Caius Mission

    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    to the damage which might have been done if building had been allowed to press too close, as at Clapham common . 79 Similar arguments, and a similar mixture of public and private contributions, secured the addition of c .

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Pilkington

    form a part. . . . The neighbourhood abounds with families of immense wealth, and reminds me of what Clapham Common is to London . The villas of the gentry are handsome, and their pleasure grounds are tastefully laid out.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lundain. Arosais yno gyda'm ehwaer, ac aethiom i weled fy nehyfaill anwyl. W. J. Williams. Ysw. (Dolyddelen Cottage), i Clapham Common. athaithiWindsor-Castle. Yna 4 yn ol i Gymrn ddedwydd, wedi teithio dros 4,000 o I filldiroedd trwy wahanol wledydd Ewrop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dymunir arnaf hysbysu mai cyfeiriad 3 y Parch. Llewelyn Edwards, M.A, rhag- llaw fydd a ganlyn:-70, The Chase, . Clapham Common, London, S.W., -4- Hysbysir yr ymddengys esboniad ar Iyfr cyntaf Samuel gan y Parch. J. E. Davies, M.A., Llundain, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    youngest daughter of the late Edw. Hill, Esq. of Blackheatb. One Tueeday, at Croyden, J.). Soffate Bonid, Esg. of Clapham common, to Many, youngest daughnter of the late Johnt Etsley, i sq. Chief Justice of Lower On Thursday, at Wandswoith, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rogers, and Moss, Bankers, Liverpool. 'William Smith, Esq. M.P. 36 Upper Seymour street, Portman square. 'George Hyde Wollaston, Esq. Clapham common. 'Thomas Brandram, Esq. Sise lane. 'l1'inothy Bramah, Esq. Pimlico. -Ithanas Brunton, Esq. it Park square, Regent's park. Bryan Doukin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    load per cwt. FROM THE LONDON GAZETES. Tuesday, Auguest 30. 2 iNSOLVENTS. R. "ilon, Mill-wall, Poplar, timber-merchant. C. Beville, Clapham Common, upholsterer. - 7 BANKRUPTS. A. Fletcher and S. Young, Millbrook, Southampton, iron-founders. [Makinson and Sanders, Middle Temple. T. Wrigley, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Clapham Park Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Carpenter's Restaurant, The Pavement, Clapham Common, London, England 1933 Ardington Rooms, Clapham Junction, London, England 1951 Wimbledon Hill Hotel, 24 High Street, Wimbledon, Surrey, England

    Somersetshire Lodge

    1999 Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1988 Piccadilly Hotel, Piccadilly, London, England 1951 Carpenter’s Restaurant, The Pavement, Clapham Common, London, England 1947 Oddenino’s Restaurant, Regent Street, London, England 1948 Mark Masons Hall, Kingsway, London, England 1942 Café Monico,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    sources of supply. The expense of bringing the Verulam to Primrose Hill he estimated at £785,965-and the Wandle to Clapham Common , £39LS7 < 5-together in round numbers £1,200,000. For this sum he stated that 7 > 000,000 gallons per Subscribers-only content

    Annual report., 1884

    liminary to the one in St. James ' s Hall : Mrs. W. S. Caine , The Terrace , Clapham Common . Mrs. Henry Eichard , 22, Bolton Gardens . Mrs. Woolcott Browne, 58, Porchester Terrace . Mrs. Thomas , Subscribers-only content

    Annual report., 1887

    meetings have been held by the kindness of Mrs. Stapleton , Holmwood , Clapham Common , and by Mrs. Charles Holland , Niddry Lodge , Campden Hill ; a charming evening conversazione at which addresses were delivered at the house Subscribers-only content

    New London: her parliament and its work, 1895

    that some of the pleasure-grounds of the London citizen, ample as they are, are becoming overcrowded. A walk over Clapham Common on a Saturday afternoon, when some hundreds of games of cricket are being briskly played together, is a feat Subscribers-only content

    New London: her parliament and its work, 1895

    house 1,029 5 0 1,520 2 9 Southwark Park - Shelter for cricketers 474 2 9 636 10 n Clapham Common -Conveniences 706 19 0 1,059 3 2 Total 66,061 1 2 63,061 0 0 Here, then, is a direct Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    the land-tax, which in the year 1791, was at the rate of 1s. 9d. in the pound. Clapham Common . Clapham Common, which contains 202 acres, is partly in this parish, and partly in Battersea, being divided in about an

    Biographical Appendix, 1827-8 Committee

    Body of Protestant Dissenting Ministers. Jackson, Samuel: Dissenting Deputy; member, Baptist Union, Unicorn Yard congregation. Lee, Roger: o f Clapham Common; Dissenting Deputy. Marten, Robert Humphrey: deputy chairman, Commercial Dock Co.; broker, insurance, shipping; member, Protestant Society; Dissenting Deputy. Medley,


    part of Wandsworth com mon, which extends nearly two miles in length towards Stretham, and a considerable part of Clapham common are in the parish of Battersea. The northern extremity of the latter, is called Battersea-Rise; and is ornamented with

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

    William Wilson of Oxfordshire , who is now dead, and Mr. Joseph Wilson his Son, who now resides on Clapham Common ." "How long is it since Mr. William Wilson retired?" "I think in the Year 1813; that was the

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

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    ANDREW CRAWFORD, Theft, 26/06/1793

    poulterer by trade; I live at Clapham; I turned my gelding out on Friday the 7th of June on Clapham common , between nine and ten; I missed him on the 8th, the morning following, about nine o'clock; I saw


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