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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ealing and Brentford Ukrainian orthodox church

    Ealing and Brentford Ukrainian orthodox church UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH. A room on the third floor of no. 11 Creffield Road, Ealing Common , was registered as St. Andrew's chapel of the Ukrainian Orthodox Autocephalous Church by the vicar for

    Ealing and Brentford Churches: Ealing

    between the Piccadilly and G.W.R. lines and five in the small area between Ealing village, the Broadway , and Ealing common. Ealing was still the 'most Sabbath-loving suburb in London ' in 1926 , 71 but the only foundation after

    Ealing and Brentford Communications EALING AND BRENTFORD c. 1780

    Ealing and Brentford Communications COMMUNICATIONS. Two roads from London ran across the parish. The more, northerly was Uxbridge Road , which probably dated from the early Middle Ages. 9 From Acton it headed north-west over Ealing common to Haven

    Acton Communications ACTON c. 1805

    Acton Communications COMMUNICATIONS. Acton town lay on the high road from London to Oxford , which was not superseded until Western Avenue was built in the 1920s . Pavage was granted in 1358 and 1363 to men from Acton

    Archaeology The Lower Palaeolithic Age

    Archaeology The Lower Palaeolithic Age ARCHAEOLOGY THE LOWER PALAEOLITHIC AGE Most of the Lower Palaeolithic archaeological material in Middlesex has come from either the river gravels or the brickearths which in many areas overlie them. So far no evidence

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

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    Philip Anthony, Violent Theft, 25/02/1719

    Philip Anthony , was indicted for assaulting Charles Hopson on the High-way-with an intent to rob him. The Prosecutor deposed that a Man in a Mask stopt the Coach on Ealing Common , and demanded his Money; but he

    JOHN IVEMAY, Violent Theft, 11/05/1785

    522. JOHN IVEMAY , JOHN HONEY , and SAMUEL YELDHAM , were indicted for feloniously assaulting Edward Gray , Esq ; on the King's highway, on the 21st of April last, and putting him in corporal fear and danger

    John Ireland, Violent Theft, 11/09/1751

    536. (M.) John Ireland , was indicted, for that he, on the King's High-way, on Edward Brice did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear, & c. one silver watch, value 3 l. 10 s. and 4 s.

    Ordinary's Account, 23/10/1751

    He says he was at the last Epsom Races , and from thence went to Stamford , and Grantham , with a Gentleman, in Quality of his Servant; and being a Native of Lincolnshire , was glad of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Sir Edward flaiinep completed his 81lst year ony Saturday. On Saturday evening the s~econd public baths in Croy- ledonl were opened. leThe present population of the parish of Hampeitead of numnbers 45,436, against 32,271 at the last census. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MLEANINGS. Mr. Samuel Morley is lying very seriously ill at his towa residence. The Marquis of Hartington returned to Devonshire House, Piccadilly, yesterday. At the rent audit of the Earl of Lytton, 20 per cent. on the rents due Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STATE O iRELAD. SUBMISSION TO THE PLAN OFi CAMPAIGN. An Enniskillon telegram states that the tenants. on the estate of Mliss Bracken, near Blaoklion, who joined the plen of campaigne because they were refused an abatement of 25 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS. | Re JAT3E7,- SARSO.ics.-A meeting of the creditors of Jabez f9arsons, baker and confectioner, 310, Coventry Road, 64, Cat~tell Road, and 105, Stratford Road, was held yesterday, at the offices of the Official Receiver, Colmore b1ow. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A PREHISTORIC TOAD. Mr. Arthur Gaye, View Point, Ealing Common, writes I M to the Timems as follows :-Perhaps the best comment on m the letter with the above headine which appears in your s issue of today is Subscribers-only content

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