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A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 2, General; Ashford, East Bedfont With Hatton, Feltham, Hampton With Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Laleham, Littleton
Chesterfield, and Charles Dickens. The most famous coach-builders in London ... by that name, was also the builder of the 'Stanhope,' under the superintendence of the Hon. Fitzroy Stanhope, brother of Lord...
Survey of London: Volume 1, Bromley-By-Bow
by the vestry clerk, Mr. James Dunstan, just as they were being placed in the cart to be taken off to the builder's yard to be broken up, and were placed
Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court
to a West End builder, Roger Blagrave, carpenter. 23 He evidently pulled ... phaeton, chariot, dog-cart and spring van. 50 From 1857 to 1859 the house ... of Wetherby Road (now Bolton Gardens). The ...
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 5, Bullingdon Hundred
Parishes Cowley COWLEY The ancient parish of Cowley is now almost entirely within the boundaries of the City of Oxford. 1 Before the alteration of its boundaries it covered 996 acres 2 and reached south-eastwards from Magdalen Bridge to the old...
Survey of London: Volume 41, Brompton
Builders The leasing of Nos. 18 Bolton Gardens to Spicer was concluded in March 1864. In November ten new houses were leased to their builders ... were William Corbett and Alexander McClymont, builders...
A Survey of London. Reprinted From the Text of 1603
so termed of one William Melker, an especiall builder thereof, but commonly ... were these: Euery Forren Cart laden with corne, or Maulte, comming thether to bee sold, was to pay one halfe peny, euery Forren...
Survey of London: Volume 37, Northern Kensington
to 5 per cent in 1853 the principal builder in this district, David Allan ... with 4 or 5 per cent from builders, encumbered with the business of mortgages ... d In anticipation of these events Charles Chambers,...
Survey of London: Volume 20, St Martin-in-The-Fields, Pt III: Trafalgar Square and Neighbourhood
of any carts that way." The parish watchhouse stood at the upper end ... to have been largely given up to builders' and stone masons' yards. Nos. 12, 14, 16
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 6
Cart. vi. 53, 56, 60; Bk. of Fees, 825; for the descent of the honor see V.C.H. Oxon. v. 60. Oseney Cart. v. 398; Feud. Aids, iv. 158, 181. Oseney Cart. vi. 55; see below, p. 279. Bk. of Fees, 825...
A History of the County of Chester: Volume 3
Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester THE ABBEY OF CHESTER In 1092 Hugh I, earl of Chester, took the first steps towards the transformation of a church of secular canons dedicated to St. Werburgh into a Benedictine abbey. The early...