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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Acton Introduction Acton Acton, 1 parish lies c . 8 km. west of Hyde Park Corner , 2 bounded on the north by Willesden and West Twyford , on the east by Hammersmith , on the south by Chiswick

    Acton Social and cultural activities

    Acton Social and cultural activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES. There were inns from an early date, due to Acton 's position on the Oxford road . The Tabard on the Hope was mentioned in 1377 and 1505, the Cock

    Acton Protestant nonconformity

    Acton Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. Richard Baxter ( 1615-91 ), the puritan divine ejected from Kidderminster (Worcs.) in 1662 , moved to Acton in 1663 and lived near the parish church. 37 He observed that the Independent ministries of

    Acton Growth Acton : evolution of settlement, 1822-1914

    Acton Growth GROWTH. Prehistoric settlement is attested by finds of palaeolithic and neolithic Bronze-Age burials at Mill Hill Park , and Iron-Age coins near Bollo Lane. 71 Although the name Acton , meaning 'oak town', is Anglo-Saxon, it was

    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 Acton town lay on the high road from London to Oxford , which was not superseded until Western Avenue was built in the 1920s .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

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 24th July 1838

    Lord Byron Lord Conyngham Lord Headfort Lord John Lord Lilford Lord Portman Lord Uxbridge Miss Cavendish Miss Quentain Miss Quentin Mr Cowper Mr O Mr. Cowper Mr.O Sir H. Seton Sir Rob Sir Robert Tartar Featured Places Acton East Acton

    Thursday 9th August 1838

    Thursday 9th August 1838 Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Signed, drew, & wrote my Journal. - Saw Ld Lansdowne before holding a Council at ½ p. 2, at which were present: Ld Melbourne, Ld Minto , Ld Lansdowne, Ld Palmerston,

    Saturday 9th February 1839

    Lord Ilchester Lord John Lord Londonderry Lord Torrington Lord and Lady Breadalbane Lord and Lady Lichfield Ly Ashley Maj. Keppell Major Keppell Mr Byng Mr. Byng Sir J. McDonnell Sir James McDonnel Uxbridge Featured Places Acton Canada Durham East Acton

    Saturday 30th March 1839

    Saturday 30th March 1839 Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Signed, wrote letters, & my Journal - Saw Ld Normanby . - Had kind letter from Ld Melbourne who is going into the country for 2 or 3 days. - Saw

    Thursday 9th August 1838

    Thursday 9th August 1838 (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Lord Esher's typescripts Transcription Thursday, August 9.- Got up at a ¼ p.10, and breakfasted at a ¼ to 11, before I dressed. Signed. Drew. Wrote my journal. Sat to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : : i -. ACCIDENTS,&OFFENCES, &c. Ad iel was fotuightor Penton Enclosure, between 'gi~ishot arid Ascot, atihn eahly hour on Thursdav moirning,; betwedo two gentlemen of tbe namses of Cr:psstd and Pe'rfect, inconse r'enCie' of a disputed bet at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. GUILDAL.AOt .A very respectable-looking middle-aged menl, a lfr. Robert Foster, well known some years ago as an underwriter at Lloyd's, was on Monday charged with uttering a check for-the saum of Soot. on Messrs. Barclay, Tritton, and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIED. At Abbeyliex Church, in the Queen's County, on Tuesday, the toth inst. Lord Clifton, eldest son'of the Earl of Darnley, to Emma Jane, third daughter of Sir Henry Parnell, Bart. and niece of the Earl of Portarlington. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARtRIED. On the 17th inst. Major 0. A. Rigby, of the India Comnpany's service, to Ernily Aun, daughter of Mr T. Andrews, Sobo square. Onl Tuesday, Mr Henry David Osborne, of Tulse hill, Brixton, to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G A M E CE RT IF ICA T E S, 1835. G COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. GAME DUTY.-145T 1. ' LIST of PERSONS who have obtained GENERAL GAME CERTIFICATES (D), at Three Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Sixpence each, made Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acton ACTON. Etymology . THIS parish is supposed to have derived its name from the quantity of oak timber which it produced; Ac , in the Saxon language, signifying an oak. The hedge-rows still abound with that tree. Situation

    Report on the Charities of the Goldsmiths' Company

    Report on the Charities of the Goldsmiths' Company GOLDSMITHS' COMPANY. PART I. TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES. In pursuance of a Minute of the Board of the 7th day of November 1862, I have inquired into

    London and Middlesex Fines, Edward VI

    London and Middlesex Fines Edward VI EDWARD VI. William Ferne and Richard Ferne. Premises in Pynnour. Easter Anno 1. Nicholas Russell and William Smyth, and Blitha, his wife. Premises in Church Acton and East Acton. Easter Anno 1. Humphrey

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

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    WILLIAM NORTH, Violent Theft, 13/01/1790

    140. WILLIAM NORTH was indicted for feloniously assaulting Elizabeth Merchant on the king's highway, on the 1st of January , and putting her in fear and danger of her life, and feloniously taking from her person and against her

    ABRAHAM HUNTER, Theft, 14/09/1808

    570. ABRAHAM HUNTER was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Samuel Hubble , no person being therein, about the hour of eleven in the forenoon, on the 15th of July , and feloniously stealing therein


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