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You searched for: Place: "Long Walk" "Long Walk", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction TOPOGRAPHY THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF WINDSOR Windsores, Vuindesor (xi cent.); Nova Windleshora (xii cent.); Windeshores, Windesorum, Windesores (xiii cent.); Windsoure, Windsore (xiv-xvii cent.). The parish of Windsor , more properly called New Windsor

    Windsor castle Architectural history

    Windsor castle Architectural history ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF THE CASTLE The castle of Windsor appears first in history in the Domesday Survey in connexion with the manor of Clewer , which was held of the king by Ralf son of

    Street-Names Street-names

    Street-Names STREET -NAMES This gazetteer covers only the area of the medieval town. Streets are listed under their latest names. Except where otherwise stated the sources used were: H. E. Salter , The Historic Names of the Streets and

    List of illustrations and maps

    List of illustrations and maps LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS page The Needles. By William Hyde frontispiece Crondall Church from the West 10 " " Plan 11 " " The Nave looking East full-page plate, facing 12 " " Interior looking

    Parishes Bermondsey

    Parishes Bermondsey BERMONDSEY Bermundesye (xi cent.) 1 ; Barmondsey (xvi cent.) 2 ; Barmesey, 3 Barmondsbye, 4 Barnaby. 5 The parish of St. Mary Magdalene , Bermondsey , is bounded by Southwark on the west, by Rotherhithe on the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party is the madness of man! for the gain of a few,-Pore. THE LORDS' AMENDMENT OF THE FORGERY BILL. Whenever the House of Lords and the House of Commons are at variance, the better policy of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FUNERAL OF GEORGE IV. THE LYING IN STATE. Windsor was on Wednesdaymorning crowded with visitors from all parts of the country. Park-street presented one dense mass of vehicles,-car- riages, gigs, carts, stage-coaches, every machine, in fact, capable of loco- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, OCTOBER 20, 1833. .A prisoner (Edward Johnson) upon trial at the Old Bailey, having requested permission to withdraw.his plea of Not Guilty, and to plead Guilty, the Common Sergeant observed, " I do not see what Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. MR ALDERMAN Gimns.-Thursday a meeting of the Governors of the Royal Sea Bathing Infirmary was held at the London Coffee house. Half-past twelve o'clock arrived without the appearance of a chairman, treasurer, secretary, or any other person, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M I SC EL LANEOU S. PRAYER AGAINST TiLE Lr'ILiNTiINU EiiNri-It has been ordered by the Queen hi council that the Archbishop of Canterbury do prepare a forni of prayer to Almighty God for relief from the dearth aud Subscribers-only content


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