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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harefield Mills

    Harefield Mills MILLS. There were two mills in the manor in 1086 , 8 which probably stood on the River Colne . Hackett 's water-mill was held from the lady of the manor at the end of the 12th

    Stanwell Introduction

    Stanwell Introduction STANWELL Stanwell 1 lies in the extreme west of Middlesex , between the main road from London to Slough on the north and the main road to Staines on the south. With one small exception the boundaries

    Staines Mills

    Staines Mills MILLS. Domesday Book mentions six mills in Staines . 67 This total probably included the mills in the berewicks of the manor, and there are unlikely to have been more than two mills in Staines itself. Later

    Stanwell Mills

    Stanwell Mills MILLS. There were four water-mills at Stanwell in 1086 . 9 Their sites cannot be established: all the later mills stood on the Poyle stream, the Wyrardisbury River, or the present River Colne . 10 There are

    Harefield Introduction

    Harefield Introduction HAREFIELD The parish of Harefield 1 lies immediately north of Uxbridge in the extreme north-west corner of the county, adjoining Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire on the west and north. It is roughly rectangular in shape, and although stretching

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. At the village of Beecbarnwell, Norfolk, seventeen sheep were killed by lightning on Sunday. The president-elect for next years meeting of the British Association, which will be held at Leeds, is Sir Frederick Abel. Mr. Fean's splendid herd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xEWS OF THE DAY. WI In the House of Lords yesterday, the motion for the Oil second reading of the Coinage Bill was agreed to, hc after remarks by the Duke of RICHMOND and protest by from Lord KINNAIRD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I MORE DAMAGE BY STORMS. A CEMETERY PARTIALLY DESTROYED. MANY BODIES WASHED AWAY. Our Manchester correspondent telegraphs that on Satur- day the various rivers in and around Manchestor were flooded, and damage to the extent of several thousands of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST NEWSa fReuter's Telegranss, per Press Association.] FRANCE. PARIS, OCToBi1n 2. The Qtfeial Joternal publishes the text of hE. Leon Say's speoch at Isle Ada acceneompanied by a letter to DI. Buffet, in which he says the interpretations of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC AKU97YENTS.- THEATRE i~_i~j_4' i~ ~of lteare A- sa S.GA.-TITS CIELEBRATED ADIOLPOSI COMPANY. in thEWS%0U2oTy `cesefal Dramao, b3p G. Ic. SIJUS and R~IIc IEY PTTrI.I 'tcit 2e ce "THE IIARBOUj LIG-HTS.' Mcom~yOfXT.Apil 3. dl~flBYTEE r'EXEY.' O~l WAES HEARE~BROAD STBEET. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Thames and Metropolis improvement plan, 1849

    PLANS DE VISED AND PUBLISHED BY IVEH, JWAR.TIKT. PLAN" FOR SUPPLYING THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER WITH PURE WATER FROM THE RIVER COLNE ;-containing, likewise, the details of a Proposition for securing the Thames from the admission of Subscribers-only content

    Thames and Metropolis improvement plan, 1849

    TABLE sh ewing the quantity of Water in the River Thames flowing over Teddington Weir, together with that which flows into the river from the Colne at Isleworth , about 4} miles below Teddington Lock , and the distance Subscribers-only content


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