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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Morden

    Parishes Morden MORDEN The parish of Morden is one of the smallest of the ancient Surrey parishes, containing only 1,475 acres, of which 2551/2 acres are arable land, 6323/4 permanent grass, and 33 woods. 1 It is one of

    Parishes Merton

    Parishes Merton MERTON Marten, Martin , Marton . Merton is a parish of about 1,763 acres, occupied for the most part by market gardens on the south and west, and by increasing numbers of small houses connected by unbroken

    Parishes Wandsworth

    Parishes Wandsworth WANDSWORTH Wendleswurthe (vii cent.); Wendlesurd, Wandelesorde, Wandesorde (xi cent.); Wandlewrth, Wenleswrorth (xii cent.); Wandelesworth, Wendesworth (xiii cent.); Wendlesworth, Wandsworth (xiv cent.); Wansworth alias Wandlesworthe (xvii cent.). The area of the civil parish of Wandsworth covers not quite

    Parishes Wimbledon

    Parishes Wimbledon WIMBLEDON Wimmeldon, Wymmeldon, Wimbledone, Wymbeldon (xiii cent.); Wimbleton (xiv cent.); Wymelton (xvi cent.). Wimbledon parish comprises a little over 3,219 acres including the common, which consists of about 1,000 acres, and recreation grounds taking up about 35

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. f N MONDAY, her blajesty's Servants will perform 0. H AMLET. H4amlet, Mr Macready.- Queen. Mrs Warner-, Ophelia, Mist P. Horton. With TTHETHUMPING LEGACY. And other En- tertainnmet.m On Tuesday, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. With Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRU KY LANE. OAN MONDAY, her Majesty's Servants will perform 0 VIRGINIUS. Virginins, Mr Macready; Virginia, Miss H. Faucit. With LA SONNAMSULe1. On Tuesday, MUCH ADO ABOUT Nrs1'HING. With the Masque of COMUS. And THE THUMPING LEGACY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AMUSEMENTS. HOYT IRMINGHAM TLASTWEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS. Tots Ejrr_%nG and daring the week, at 7.33, 3LESSRS. MILLER AND EIJISTON'S COMPANY, iN THE GREAT MILITARY DRAMA. "IIN THE RAINKS."____ BROAD STEREET- (Telapbone 634 MR. 'J. L. TOOLE lis LOS-,DO~N COMPA.NYS, after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t T tfT0 gi ND SCARBOROUGH RAILWAY. 11-jPrsn deitolS of CONTRACTING N-~'ijt lp ot tile se~veral STATHIONS and other i ~, of rttaoW' see the Plans and the It IT 1050 (I t'I'Il't, \,lna~~~~~~~orit, fromn the Ticent oi. ,,f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. SALE, TlllN DA'Y. AUCTION ROUSEOLrt FrNTUl iF, S'.r ABE 511ANO r' (sTF, C AFiLI 5,C c - t ' [ &c. .irarE', , Rfs'tli,, 'mt ',jiN 't *> \ tub' XIit\ , lSn I at Eleeo Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Croydon

    Croydon CROYDON. Name . The name of this place in Doomsday, is called Croindone, and is frequently so spelt in records of a later date: I can find nothing satisfactory with regard to its etymology. Situation, boundaries, and extent

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