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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Petersham

    Parishes Petersham PETERSHAM The modern parish of Petersham is included in the borough of Richmond , and the village, which comprises a large number of good old-fashioned houses, is in fact a pleasant suburb of Richmond . It is

    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Thanks are due to the following for permission to reproduce photographs and drawings in their possession: Middlesex County Library ( Ashford Branch); Boymans van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam ; City of London Guildhall Library;

    Twickenham Local government Urban District of Twickenham

    Twickenham Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In the Middle Ages Twickenham was administered as part of the manor of Isleworth . Twickenham manor developed later and never had a court leet. Those who held land of the manor of Isleworth

    The liberty of Westover with Holdenhurst and Bournemouth INDEX MAP TO THE LIBERTY OF WESTOVER

    The liberty of Westover with Holdenhurst and Bournemouth WESTOVER LIBERTY THE LIBERTY OF WESTOVER WITH THE PARISHES OF HOLDENHURST AND BOURNEMOUTH As has been seen, 1 the hundred of Holdenhurst , which existed in 1176 , was probably co-extensive

    Parishes Richmond (anciently Sheen )

    Parishes Richmond (anciently Sheen ) RICHMOND anciently SHEEN Richemount, Rychemonde (xvi cent.). Syenes, Shenes, Scenes, Senes (xiii cent.); Shene, Shine, and West Shene , 1 later. The parish of Richmond , with its church of St. Mary Magdalene ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -FINE ARTS. BRITISH1 INSTITUTION. LAXNDSgCAPES. Ma R. IoiuttaenD's Vpiew5' n~en~r ,Sin inea hlias.-scitreely the due indefiniteness arid sedaiteness of that meek hour, hen "- - T.ritiahrt grey " Has in her shunt lrv'ry ali things cid&" There must be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. EXHIBITION OF THE SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS. OF the ligher species of talent which, rising above the merely mechanical that imitates closely without selection, into the imaginative which first selects from nature and then combines Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTH-S. On the 8th inst. at the King's terrace, Portsmenbthe ayo ao rdrc Hope , of a daughter.tela OMjoFrdic On the i2th inst. at Swanbouxne, Bucks, Lady Fremantle, of a son. MARRIED. On the 7th inst. at Witton, Norfolk, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M RS ELLISTON WILSON respectfully M announces that her ACADEMY for DANCING and EXERCISES has RE-OPENED for the season, at her Private Assembly-room. 22Connaught square, Hyde Park. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT t:ARDEN. TpO-MORROW, Sbakspeare's Tragedy of T1KING JOHN. King John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I POLITICAL. REPREstlATeoN OF SOUTiI LANCASHIRE.-In conse- quence of the vacancy in the representation of this division of Lancashire, caused by the elevation of Lord Francis Egerton to the peerage, a joint deputation from Liverpool and Manchester has waited Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Richmond Lodge

    Number (1832): 790 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 23 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Richmond Hill, Richmond Hill (York), Ontario, Canada West 1847

    Sowest Lodge

    1942 Wingfield House, 261 South Lambeth Road, London, England 1970 Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, London, England 1971 Richmond Hill Hotel, Richmond Hill, Richmond, England, England 1985 South East London Masonic Centre, 3 Avenue Road, Penge, London, England 1986

    Alfred Lodge

    Alfred Lodge (306) Lodge Details Serial Number: 1281 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1795 Warrant of Constitution: 27 April 1795 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 306 Lodge Number (1729): 0 Lodge

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1734, 02 January 1734-29 January 1734

    Treasury Books and Papers January 1734 January 1734 1733 4. [Before January 2. ] 1 . Memorial to the Treasury from Thomas Walker, Surveyor General of Crown Lands. There being no particular place appropriated by the Crown for the

    Warrants etc., October 1698, 1-15, 01 October 1698-15 October 1698

    Warrants etc October 1698, 1-15 October 1698, 1-15 Oct. 1. Establishment under the hands of the Lords Justices of England for a chirurgeon and mate for the Regiment of Foot under Col. Collingwood which is ordered to embark for


    Twickenham TWICKENHAM. Name . Norden says, that this place is so called, either for that the Thames seems to be divided into two rivers by reason of the islands there, or else of the two brooks which "neere the

    Index of persons and Places, Q, R

    Index of persons and Places Q, R Q. Queen's County , forfeited lands in, 263, 369. Queensberry , Duke of. See Douglas, J. Quendon , co. Essex, manor of, 425. Questebrune , , pension for, 141. Quin , Thady,


    Richmond RICHMOND. Name . It is well known that this place received its present name by royal command in the reign of Henry VII. who was Earl of Richmond in Yorkshire. In Doomsday Book it is not mentioned; a

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A supplicatory letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh., 1819

    43 of t he legislature. Paley will teach them this patriotic casuistry, and they will fancy themselves absolved from their oaths. In¬ deed every man who thinks that your Lord¬ ship ' s laws are dictated at the point Subscribers-only content

    A letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh., 1819

    44 that in the present condition of the people, it would be desperation, and that your Lord¬ ship has nothing to apprehend. We are only supplicants-as we pray for our free press, so we pray for the ancient indulgence Subscribers-only content

    Jury packing in Ireland., 1887

    p p p p p p 1 C 2 3 4 APPENDIX D. The Names which ought to have been placed on Grand Jury Panel . C denotes Catholic ; P, non-Catholic. The names correctly on Sheriff ' s Subscribers-only content

    Jury packing in Ireland., 1887

    123 Benj amin Young, 124 James Adam , 125 James Bagnell , 126 John A. Caffrey , 127 James T. Dallace, 128 Thomas Earls , 129 William Fagan , 130 Thomas Gaffney , 131 Thomas Hackett , 132 John Subscribers-only content

    The Richmond and Hampton-Court guide, etc., 1850

    10 GUIDE TO RICHMOND , HAMPTON COURT , & c. enceof which we are supposed tooweourpossession of the celebrated Cartoons at Hampton ; for Rubens is said to have advised the purchase of them to Charles I ., who Subscribers-only content


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