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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. On Monday, an inquest was held at the Wilton Arms, Henrietta-street, Knightsbridge, concerning the death of Mrs. Colin Campbell Lloyd, aged 48, which was alleged to have been occasioned, by the treatment she expe- rienced under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. In Hants, adjoining Hitclered the splendid seat and domain of * od arnavn THE fine ESTATE of CRUXEASTON and WOODCOT, alto- gether 2118 acres of FREEHOLD LAND, a great portion tithe free, the eoor rates very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. M5ANS ION N tOUSE.- AN ImPROVEmENT IN TUlR A DMINISTRATION OF PENAL LA*v-Three young then nailed Wilkeg, Skipp, and Cain, were charged on Monday with having broke into the warehouse of Messis. Sewell alid Wooley, No. 1S9, Upper Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. SIANSION-HOUSE. EMIGRATION.-A, poor womau, named HannahL matts, and hler lnine rlildi en, ippealrd hingreat distress at tle juslice-roolIn. Slelieda [beln, shc said, seam out by the parish-officers of Westbury, her parkish, n U pper Canada, together wiher h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIED. Onl the 14th inst. at Long Ditton, James, eldest son of James Campbell, Esq. of Hampton Court, to Caroline, youngest daughter of Lewis Corkean, Esq. of Lotng Ditton. On the l0th inst. at St Mark's, Kenhington, the Rev. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mortlake

    Parishes Mortlake MORTLAKE Mortelaga and Mortelage (xi cent.); Mortelake and Mortelak (xiv and xv cent.). Mortlake lies south of the Thames between Barnes and Putney on the east, Richmond on the west and Kingston on the south. It measures

    Parishes Thames Ditton

    Parishes Thames Ditton THAMES DITTON Ditone (xi cent.); Ditton-on-Thames (xv cent.). Thames Ditton 1 is a village on the banks of the Thames , a mile and a half from Kingston , of which it was once a chapelry,

    Enfield Manors

    Enfield Manors MANORS. The manor of ENFIELD was held by Ansgar the staller in 1066 and by Geoffrey de Mandeville in 1086 . 90 It passed to Geoffrey's son William, to his grandson Geoffrey, earl of Essex (d. 1144),

    Political history

    Political history POLITICAL HISTORY Middlesex is bounded on the south, east, and west sides by the rivers Thames , Lea , and Colne respectively. The district thus formed seems to have been an uninhabited borderland in British times, 1

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 170, April 1584, 01 April 1584-30 April 1584

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 170 April 1584 April 1584 April 1. Paris. 1. Richard Hakluyt, the preacher at Paris, to Sir Fr. Walsyngham. Strongly recommends the establishment of a prize lecture at Oxford on the art of Navigation, similar Subscribers-only content

    Wansted

    Wansted WANSTED. Etymology . The name of this place seems to be derived from the Saxon words wan and stede , signifying the white place, or mansion. Situation . Boundaries . Quantity of land, and how occupied . Soil

    Entry Book, June 1661, 01 June 1661-30 June 1661

    Entry Book June 1661 June 1661 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. June 1 Same from same to the Customs Commissioners to permit John Crodroffe, a citizen of Cologne, to land a certain parcel of Rhenish wine

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, May 1760, 21-31, 21 May 1760-31 May 1760

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29 May 1760, 21-31 May 1760, 21-31 DIE Mercurii, 21 o Maii. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales pr sentes fuerunt: Epus. Litch. & Cov . Epus. Bristol . Ds. Henley , Custos Magni Sigilli.

    General index

    General index GENERAL INDEX. A. ABBOT , Archbishop, account of his funeral, 196. Addington , account of the parish of, 1. Name, boundaries, and soil, ibid . The manors, 2, 3. Singular tenure, 5. The church, 6. The rectory

 

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