Searching for "KENSAL GREEN"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    CHELSEA London
    Middlesex
    Kensal-Green. Acres, 865; of which 65 are in the Thames. Real property, £269, 876. Pop. in 1841, 40, 179; in 1861, 63, 439. Houses Imperial
    HAMMERSMITH Middlesex Kensal Green. St. Peter's was constituted in 1836; St. Stephen's, in 1850; St. John's, in 1860. The living Imperial
    HARLESDEN Middlesex Kensal-Green. It has a station on the railway, and a post-office, of the name of Harlesden-Green, under Imperial
    Kensal Green Middlesex Kensal Green , eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Chelsea, Hammersmith, Kensington, and Willesden pars., Middlesex, pop. 10,113; Kensal Green Cemetery Bartholomew
    KENSALL-GREEN Middlesex Kensall-Green and Kensall-NewTown, under Paddington, London W. The chapelry was constituted in 1845. Pop. in 1861, 4, 662. Houses Imperial
    London Essex
    Kent
    Middlesex
    Surrey
    Green Park (70 ac.), Hyde Park (390 ac.), and Kensington Gardens (360 ac.); in the N., the Regent's Park (470 ac.), containing the gardens of the Zoological Society and the Botanical Society; in the SW., Battersea Park (180 ac.); and in the E., Victoria Park (300 ac.). In the suburbs, at no great distance, are several extensive commons, such as Hampstead Heath, Blackheath, Clapham Common, Streatham Common, Wandsworth Common, Wormwood Scrubs, and Tooting Common. The chief cemeteries are Kensal Bartholomew
    LONDON London
    London
    Kensal-green; follows the Uxbridge road and Oxford-street; crosses Clerkenwell-green, Bethnal-green, and Old Ford; passes on to the Hackney Imperial
    LONDON (WEST), RAILWAY Middlesex Kensal-Green cemetery to the Kensington canal, were opened in 1844; it was leased in 1845, for 999 years, at an annual Imperial
    MANCHESTER Lancashire
    Manchester
    green; and is under the patronage of the Bishop of Manchester, and under the presidency of the Mayor.-Another of the ragged schools stands in Charter-street; was built, in 1866, at a cost of about £2,000; is three stories high, of red seconds bricks with blue bricks in bands; and includes school-rooms, diningroom, lavatories, teacher's room, a lecture-room, and other apartments. Owens' college stands in Quay-street, Deansgate; was formerly the residence of Richard Cobden, Esq.; was converted into a college in 1851, in result of a bequest of £100,000 by John Imperial
    MITRE-BRIDGE Middlesex MITRE-BRIDGE , a place on the Paddington canal, near Kensal-Green, in Middlesex. Imperial
    PADDINGTON Middlesex Kensal-Green, 1845, 4, 662 in the whole, and 766 in the Paddington part. There are also chapelries of St. Philip Imperial
    PADDINGTON CANAL Middlesex Kensal-Green, to Paddington; and communicating, through the Regents Canal extension, by the Regents Park, with the Thames. It was formed Imperial
    Willesden Middlesex Green and Willesden Junction), Middlesex, 7 miles NW. of St Paul's, London, 4383 ac. (81 water), pop. 27,453; the entire par. is a local government district, and contains parts of Kilburn, Kensal Bartholomew
    WILLESDEN-JUNCTION Middlesex Middlesex; at a convergence of railways 1¼ mile W by N of Kensal-Green, and 2 WSW of Kilburn. Imperial
    WILLESDEN, or Wilsdon Middlesex Green Neasdon, and Harlesden hamlets, Brondesbury domain, and parts of Kilburn and Kensal-Green villages. Acres, 4,190. Real property Imperial
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