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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Beddington

    Parishes Beddington BEDDINGTON Bedintune, Bedington. The parish of Beddington contains 3, 1271/2 acres, including 1,439 acres of arable land, 614 of permanent grass and 45 of woods. 1 As usual, on the north side of the chalk, the old

    Croydon Borough, manors, churches and charities

    Croydon Borough, manors, churches and charities BOROUGH Croydon became a market town by royal grant in the 13th century. In 1276 Archbishop Kilwardby obtained a grant of market to be kept every Friday and a fair to be held

  • * British History Online *

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    Mitcham

    Mitcham MITCHAM. Name . This place in Doomsday Book is called Michelham, that is, the great dwelling. In all the early records, and in many of a more recent date, it is written Miccham or Micham; the present mode

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL NOTES. Mr. Gladstone appeared on Thursday night in his " en- tirely new and original character " of the British farmer's friend. He abolished the Malt Tax at a blow, and sacrificed thereby a considerable revenue, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ART AND MANUFAOTURE NEW PATE*S Te fcesstribftssi fb, M.sr S6.1 The following Patents were Meek edris giew July 18, 1883:-edi Frederic 0. Ornce, West Blromwich. improvements Ini ma- chinery for the manufacture of bolts, spikes rivets, asnd screw blanlee.s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOURNAL. MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1874. The QUEEN'S journey to Scotland oln Friday appears to have been attended by an unpleasant incident. It is said to; have been the request of her 7Maj'esty that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SKETCHES IN PARLIAMENT. [BY AN INDRPFEVPENTMAYMBRA] LOND6N, Friday. Ii has been my lot this week to listen to one of tbe most successful speeches I have ever he3ard in the House of Comumons. I mean, of course, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NENWS OF THE DAY. , The Duke and Duchess of E DINBuRGli and suite varrived at Windsoi Castle from London on Saturday evening, on a visit to the QUEEN. On the occasion of the marriage of Prince rc C Subscribers-only content

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

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    ALEXANDER HILL, Theft, 04/04/1779

    199. ALEXANDER HILL was indicted for stealing a Mare, value 3 l. the property of Thomas Hunt , December 4th . THOMAS HUNT sworn. I am a victualler , I live at Whetstone. I lost a black mare, as

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    & > 4J 22 let the summit to the person who had built upon it, when they saw the feeling of their neighbours, came forward and offered to dedicate a large ti'act of the Hills to the public and Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    CONTENTS . ?£T PAGE Objects op the Society l Commons Act, 1876 , Insufficiency op 2 „ „ Inclosures suspended by 5 Proceedings before Commons Committee 6 1877 , North and South Luffenham , Barrowden and Riecall Commons 6 Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    ty si Mitcham Common . This, one of the largest Metropolitan Commons, still remains without efficient protection of any kind; gravel digging is conducted on the most extensive scale and most reckless manner. After the rejection of the railway Subscribers-only content

    Report of Mr. Gibbs, civil engineer, upon the several proposed lines for a Brighton railway., 1835

    13 and across Earl's Wood Common to Partridge Wood Common . From Partridge Wood Common the line curves to the west, passing Heavywood Farm to Lodger's Farm; whence it proceeds in a straight line skirting NorwoodHill to Cudwort; and Subscribers-only content

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