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GENERAL INDEXA.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.I.K.L.M.N.O.P.R.S.T.U.V.W.Y.

GENERAL INDEX

A.

Abbadie , James, account of, page 258, 259.

Abbots-Kensington, manor of, 173.

Acton Wells, 625.

Addison , Joseph, at Holland house, 177;—at Chelsea, 626.

Ainsworth , Robert, account of, 463, note.

All-Angels , chapel of, 91, 92.

Allanson , Mrs. her villa, 576.

Allcotts , manor of, 29.

Amburst , Nicholas, account of, 597.

Amory , Dr. pastor of the diffenters' congregation at Newington, 293.

Anne , Queen, at Sion-house, 90;—at Campdenhouse, 179;— at Kensington Gravel-pits, 181;—at Twickenham, 563.

Argyle , Duke of, his seat at Whitton, 578.

Ashehewys , manor of, 425.

Atterbury , Lewis, rector of Hornsey, 57. His epitaph, 67.

Aubert , Alexander, his observatory, 135.

Aust , Frances Elizabeth, her epitaph, 333, note.

Ayloffe , Sir Joseph, account of, 18, 19.

B.

Bacon , Sir Francis, at Highgate, 61;—at Twickenham-park, 564.

Bagnigge Wells, 381.

Bailey Nathaniel , at Stepney, 428.

Baker , Sir Richard, at Highgate, 61.

Baliols , manor of, 523.

Baltimore , George Lord, at Isleworth, 98.

Bancrofts Hospital, 483.

Barbon , Nicholas, a great projector, 27.

Barretti , M. A. Joseph, account of, 269.

Barkham , family of, 541.

Barnet-Friarn , collation to the rectory of, 625.

Barracks on Hounslow-heath, 45;—in Hyde-park, 629.

Barret , George, the painter, 539.

Bath , Earl of, at Isleworth, 99.

Batty , Dr. his house at Twickenham, 575.

Baumes-March , 634.

Baxter , William, account of, 549.

Bayswater gardens, 331.

Beach , Mary, her epitaph, 582, note.

Bedwell , William, his epitaph, 532, note. Vicar of Tottenham, 538.

Belisario , Isaac Mendes, a Jewish Rabbi, 479.

Bentley , Richard, the dramatic writer, 515.

Berkeley of Stratton, John Lord, his epitaph, 580, n. Account of him, 592.
-, —— Sir William, account of, 591.

Bernersbury , manor of, 128.

Berry , Sir John, his epitaph, 429.
-, —— Dame Rebecca, her epitaph, 433, note. Tradition concerning her, ibid.

Betts , John, an eminent physician, 354, note.

Beuzville , Samuel, minister of the French church, 438.

Biscoe , Richard, pastor of the congregation of dissenters at Newington, 292.

Blackbourn , John, his epitaph, 145, note. His publications, 158.

Blackwall , account of the dock there, 469.

Bladen , Martin, his epitaph, 430, note. Account of him, 431, note.

Blake , William, his project for a hospital or charityschool at Highgate, 76.

Blount , Charles, the deistical writer, 73.
-, —— Sir Henry, the traveller, ibid.
-, —— Sir Thomas Pope, the critic, ibid.

Boarded river, near Hornsey, 52.

Bold , Henry, account of, 608, note.

Borough-English , custom of, 29. 96.

Boundaries , dispute concerning, at Isleworth, 80, n. 81, note.

Bounds , manor of, 612.

Bow-bridge , foundation of, 489–491.

Bower , Archibald, account of, 263. His epitaph, 264.

Boxing amphitheatre at Marybone, 260, 261;–in Tottenham-court Road, 342, note.

Boyer , Abel, account of, 627.

Boyle , Richard, rector of Stanmore, 398.
-, —— Robert, at Twickenham, 578.

Bradford , Earl of, at Twickenham, 576.

Brandsbury , or Broomsbury, manor of, 613.
-, —— prebendaries of, 614.

Brideales , masers for, 624.

Bridgman , Sir Orlando, account of, 506, note.

Brill , the, Dr. Stukeley's account of, 343, 344.

Broadgates , manor of, 49.

Brompton chapel, 195.

Broughton , his amphitheatre, 260, 261. Battle between him and Slack, 260.
-, —— Hugh, account of, 545.

Brown , James, account of, 301.

Brownswood , manor of, 48, 49.
-, —— prebendaries of, 49.

Bruce castle, 527.

Bruses , manor of, 521. 526.

Buckley , Samuel, his epitaph, 53.

Buildings , increase of, at Marybone, 256–258;—at Pancras, 366;—at Stepney, 446–448.

Bull , parish, 601.

Bullingham , John, Bishop of Gloucester, buried at Kensington, 196.

Bulstrode , Sir Richard, account of, 40.
-, —— Whitlocke, his epitaph, 39. Account of his writings, 39, 40.

Burlington , Earl of, at Campden-house, 180.

Bushnell , John, the statuary, 340.

Buzaglo , Abraham, account of, 479.

Byfield , Nicholas, vicar of Isleworth, 107.

Byron , Admiral, account of, 598.

C.

Cade , Jack, encamped at Mile-end, 474.

Casar , Sir Julius, at Tottenham, 546.

Cambridge , Richard Owen, his seat near Twickenham, 577.

Camden , Lord, his birth-place, 218. Short account of, ibid.

Campden-house, 178–180.

Candish , Richard, his epitaph, 54.

Canonbury , manor of, 130.

Canonbury-house , 131–133.

Canons , manor of, 405.
-, —— seat of the Duke of Chandos, 406–408.

Cantelows , manor of, 345.

Caper-tree, remarkable, 180.

Cave , Dr. vicar of Isleworth and Islington, 108. 148. His epitaph, 141.

Cedar , remarkable, at Hendon, 4.

Cedarsat Whitton, 641.

Chamberlain-wood , or Chambers, manor of, 615.
-, —— prebendaries of, ibid.

Chambers , Ephraim, at Canonbury-house, 133.
-, —— Sir William, his house at Whitton, 578.

Chandos family, 414, 415. Their monument-room, 409, 410.

Chardin , Sir John, at Kensington, 213.

Charles I. visits his children at Sion-house, 89.
-, —— II. at Campden-house, 179.

Chelsea, additions to the account of, 626–629.

Chelsea , Little, Lord Shaftsbury's house there, 628.

Children , three at a birth, instances of, 112. 158. 239. 460, 461.

Cholmeley , Sir Roger, his school at Highgate, 64, 65.

Cibber , Colley, at Strawberry-hill, 567.

Clarke , William, an eminent physician, 456.
-, —— vicar of Stepney, 444.

Cleveland , Duchess of, her funeral, 629.

Clitterhouse , manor of, 6.

Clive , Mrs. account of, 600. Her cottage, 567. Her epitaph, 582, note. 583, note.

Cobhams , manor of, 425.

Coburne , Alice, her epitaph, 494.

Cockburn , John, vicar of Northall, 314.

Cockneys ' feast, 488.

Coke , Sir Edward, at Osterley, 26.

Cole , William, rector of Hornsey, 57.

Coliere , Richard, vicar of Isleworth, 108.

Colerane , Henry Lord, account of, 550.

Colet , Sir Henry, his mansion, 427. His monument, 429.
-, —— John, Dean of St. Paul's, account of, 441.

Colet-place , 442.

College of diffenters at Hackney, 633.

Collier , Jeremiah, account of, 370, 371.

Collins , Anthony, his birth - place, 34. 115.

Collinson , Peter, his botanical garden at Mill-hill, 8.

Colman , George, account of, 224, 225.

Commemoration of Handel at Whitchurch, 409.

Concert of ancient music, 343, note. 640.

Conolly , Lady Anne, her house at Twickenham, 576.

Conway , Countess of, an authoress, 206.

Cooke , Thomas, singular character of, 284.

Cooper , Anne, her epitaph, 357.
-, —— Samuel, the miniature painter, account of, 352, note.

Corbet , Bishop, at Twickenham, 578.

Costard , George, vicar of Twickenham, 586.

Coste , Pierre, account of, 333, note.

Courayer , Pere, at Strawberry-hill, 567.

Courten , William, account of, 216, 217. His epitaph, 189.

Coventry , Francis, buried at Whitchurch, 416.
-, —— Lord Keeper, at Canonbury, 132.
-, —— William, his birth, 155.

Cowhouse , manor of, 4.

Cowkeepers at Islington, 123.

Crab , Roger, account of, 454. 456.

Craggs , James, at Twickenham, 578.

Craven , Earl of, at Kensington Gravel-pits, 181:

Craven-bill , 331.

Cromwell , Oliver, tradition of his residence at Kensington, 180.
-, —— Henry, his marriage, 208.

Cruso , Timothy, his epitaph, 434, note.

Cuningham , Timothy, his publications, 359.

Curtis , his botanic garden, 171.

Custom of throwing bread from the steeple at Paddington, 341;— at Twickenham, 603;—of dividing two large cakes in the church at Twickenham, ibid.

D.

Da Costa , Emanuel Mendes, the naturalist, 478.

Dandulo , Rigep, the converted Turk, 626.

Dawbeneys , manor of, 523.

Day , Thomas, at Newington, 284.

Desoe , Daniel, at Islington, 139;—at Newington, 283.

Dely , Margaret, a nun of Sion, buried at Isleworth, 104.

Demainbray , Dr. S. C. T. account of, 317, 318.

Desaguliers , Dr. account of, 411, 412.

Desmond , Earl of, account of his running away with his own wife, 27.

Dewes , Sir Symonds, at Islington, 156.

Disputes , singular way of settling, 588.

Dissenters , their college at Hackney, 633.

Doddridge , Sir John, at Mile-end, 452.

Dorchester , Marquis of, at Highgate, 74.

Dorchester-house , 77.

Dorman's Well, 322.

Downebarnes , manor of, 309.

Drummond , John, his seat at Stanmore, 394, 395.

Dubourg , Matthew, the musician, 338, 339.

Ducketts , manor of, 50, 51. 529.

Duel , singular, at Tottenham, 544.

Duels , fatal, at Islington, 154, 155.

Duncombe , Sir Charles, his house at Teddington, 512.

Dyseyne , custom of, 96. 109.

E.

Ealing, additions to, 629.

Earls-court , manor of, 173.

East , Mary, a singular character, 458, 459.

Eclipse , the race-horse, 408.

Edmonton , additions to, 630.

Edward V. met by the citizens at Hornsey, 48.

Elizabeth , Queen, at Osterley, 26;—at Twickenham-park, 565.

Elliott , John, account of, 339, 340.
-, —— Richard, his works, 363, note.

Elsynge , Henry, at Hounslow, 41.

Enfield, additions to, 630.

Entick , John, account of his publications, 457.

Epitaphs , remarkable, 146. 357, 358.

Esther , Handel's Oratorio, composed for the chapel at Canons, 409.

Ewell , manor of, 425.

Eystens , manor of, 96.

F.

Fairfax , General, at Isleworth, 82.

"Fanny, blooming fair," a celebrated song, by whom written, 599.

Farnfields , or Fernfield, manor of, 50.

Fauconers , manor of, 523.

Ferguson , James, account of, 266, 267.

Fielding , Earl of Desmond, family of, 33, 34.

Figg , James, account of, 259.

Finchley , additions to, 631.

Fire , dreadful, at Ratcliffe, 472.

Fisher , family of, 153.

Fleetwood , General, at Newington, 299.
-, —— Mary, her marriage, ibid.

Flitcrost , Henry, the architect, his epitaph, 507, n.

Foley-house , 248.

Forbes , John, his seat at Stanmore, 395.

Fortescue , Sir John, at Hendon, 4.

Fortifications at Islington, 125;—at Mile-end, 474.

Foster , Sir Michael, at Tottenham, 530.

Foundling Hospital, 377. Handel's performance of the Messiah there, ibid.

Fowler , Bishop of Gloucester, account of, 16. His monument, 9, 10.
-, —— family of, 152.

Fox , Richard, (Bishop of Winchester,) vicar of Stepney, 441.

Francis , Philip, chaplain at Chelsea, 627.

Franklyn , family of, 622.
-, —— Sir John, his epitaph, 618, note.

Freren , manor of, 233.

Frere-place, 310.

Frith , manor of, 5.

Frost , remarkable, in 1608, 543.

Fruit gardens at Isleworth, 81, 82;—at Twickenham, 558, 559.

Fulham , additions to the account of, 631, 632.

G.

Garden , botanic, at Brompton, 171.

Garlek-house, in Stepney, 426.

Gavelkind , custom of, 47. 135.

Geddes , Alexander, his epitaph, 397.

Giant , a remarkable one buried at Hendon, 18.

Gibbs , James, the architect, account of, 262.

Glass , Bowles's manufacture of, 473.

Gloucester , Duke of, at Campden-house, 179.

Glover , family of, 621.

Goldsmith , Dr. at Canonbury-house, 133.

Gostling , George, his villa at Whitton, 578.

Gouge , Thomas, account of, 499, 500.
-, —— William, account of, 499.

Grabe , John Ernest, account of, 369.

Grant , Robert Bernard, his epitaph, 358.

Greenhill , William, vicar of Stepney, 443.

Gresham , Sir Thomas, his seat at Osterley, 25, 26.

Grey , of Warke, family of, 112.

Grissitbs , Capt. account of, 428.

Gutbrie , William, account of, 265.

H.

Hackney, additions to the account of, 632–634.

Hale-house, 180.

Hales , Stephen, account of, 509–511. His epitaph at Twickenham, 507. His monument in Westminster Abbey, 511.

Hall , John, vicar of Isleworth, 107.

Hampstead, additions to the account of, 634, 635.

Handel , chapel master at Canons, 409. His commemoration there, ibid.

Hanmer , Meredith, vicar of Islington, 148.

Harcourt-house, 248.

Hardy , Samuel, account of, 551.

Hare , Hugh, an author, 550.
-, —— Lord Colerane, family of, ibid.

Harleston , manor of, 615.
-, —— prebendaries of, 616.

Harrow on the Hill, additions to the account of, 635, 636.

Harrington , of Exton, John Lord, at Stepney, 450.

Hart , Aaron, a Jewish rabbi, 482.
-, —— Charles, account of, 400.

Hartopp , family of, 298.

Haslang , Count, his epitaph, 358.

Hayes, additions to the account of, 636, 637.

Hayes , Catherine, her execution, 279.

Heat , intense in 1790 and 1793, 318, 319.

Helles , manor of, 423.

Hemming , George, his house at Stanmore, 395.

Hendon, account of the parish of, 1–21. Of the etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 1. Manors and farms, 2–7. Eminent inhabitants, 7, 8. Church notes, 8–13. Rectory and vicarage, 13, 14. State of population, 14. Extracts from the parish register, 14–20. Benefactions, 20, 21.

Hendon-place, 3, 4.

Henley , Orator, his marriage, 501.

Henry VI. arrested at Islington, 124.
-, —— VII. met by the citizens of London at Hornsey, 48.
-, —— VIII. his suneral, 87.

Henshaw , Thomas, account of, 216. His epitaph, 186.

Herbert , Marquis of Powis, family of; 14, 15.

Hertford , Marquis of, his death, 627.

Heston, account of the parish of, 22–45. Of the name, boundaries, extent, &c. 22. Manors and farms, 23–29. Church notes, 29–31. Rectory and vicarage, 31, 32. State of population, 32, 33. Extracts from the parish register, 33, 34. Benefactions, 34, 35. Account of the hamlet of Hounslow, 35–45. Additions, 638.

Hewling , William, his birth, 156.

Higgons , Bevil, a dramatic writer, 372.

Highbury , manor of, 133.

Highbury-place, burnt by the commons of Essex, 134.

Highgate, account of the hamlet of, 59—78. Of the name and etymology, 59, 60. The toll-gate, 60. Situation of the hamlet, ibid. Eminent inhabitants, 60, 61. Historical events, 61. The hermitage, 63. Grammar-school, 64, 65. The chapel, 65–69. State of population, 70. Extracts from the register of baptisms, &c. 71–75. Benefactions, 75–78. Burlesque oath, 78.

Hill , Sir John, his gardens at Bayswater, 331.

Hodford , manor of, 4.

Hodges , Thomas, vicar of Kensington, 193.

Hogarth , William, his marriage, 337.

Holland, Earl of, anecdotes of, 176, 177. His birth, 500.
-, —— Lord, at Kensington, 178.

Holland-house, account of, 175–178. Meetings of the republican party there, 176. Plays acted there, 177.

Hone , Nathaniel, the painter, 19.

Hornsey, account of the parish of, 46–78. Of the etymology, boundaries, extent, &c. 46. Manors and farms, 46–52. Historical events, 48. Church notes, 52–55. Rectory, 55. Rectors, 56, 57. State of population, 57. Extracts from the parish register, 58. Benefactions, 58, 59. Account of the hamlet of Highgate, 59–78.

Hornsey-park, meeting of the nobles there in the reign of Henry III. 48.

Hospital , Foundling, 377–379. Middlesex, 278. Queen's lying-in, 331. Small-pox, 379.

Hounslow, account of the hamlet of, 35–45. Of the name and situation, 35. The priory, 36. Market and fair, 37. The manor, 37, 38. The chapel, 38–42. The heath, 42–45.

Hounslow-heath, account of, 42–45. Encampments there, 43, 44. Barracks, 45. Projected inclosures, ibid.

Howard , John, at Newington, 284.
-, —— Katherine, a prisoner at Sion-house, 86.

Hoyle , Edmund, buried at Marybone, 264.
-, —— Joshua, vicar of Stepney, 443.

Hudson , the painter, his house at Twickenham, 574.

Humphreys , Samuel, at Canonbury, 132. Buried at Islington, 158.

Hunter , John, his residence at Earl's-court, 181.

Huntington , William, preacher at Providence-chapel, 250.

I.

Jacob , Alexander, author of the peerage, 416.

James , I. his procession through Tottenham, 540.

Jebb , Dr. Samuel, at Stratsord-Bow, 493.

Jerome , William, vicar of Stepney, 442.

Jews , Dutch, their burial-ground at Mile-end, 480. 482.
-, —— their suneral ceremonies, 480, 481.
-, —— Portugueze, their burial-ground at Mile-end, 475–480.
-, —— their suneral ceremonies, 476.
-, —— their hospital and alms houses, 482.

Inhabitants , number of, at Heston, 33. At Isleworth, 109. At Teddington, 512. At Twickenham, 587.

Jortin , John, vicar of Kensington, 194.

Johnson , Charles, his epitaph, 10. Account of him, 17.

Johnstone , James, account of, 595. His house at Twickenham, 563.

Isle of Dogs , 467, 468. Ancient chapel there, 468.

Isleworth, account of the parish of, 79–122. Of the name and etymology, 79. Dispute about the boundaries, 80, note. 81, note. Situation, extent, &c. 79–81. Fruit-gardens, 81, 82. Sion monastery, 83–88. Sion-house, 88–90. Chapel of All Angels, 91–93. Manor and farms, 93–98. Eminentinhabitants, 98–100. Church notes, 100–106. Rectory and vicarage, 106, 107. Vicars, 107, 108. State of population, 108–110. Extracts from the parish register, 110–118. Alms-houses, schools, and other benefactions, 119–122. Manufactures, 122. Additions, 638.

Islington, account of the parish of, 126–169. Of the name and etymology, 123. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. ibid. Cow-keepers, 123, 124. Historical events, 124–126. Manors and principal estates, 126–137. Canonbury-house, 131–133. Other ancient houses, 137, 138. Eminent inhabitants, 139, 140. Church notes, 140–146. Rectory and vicarage, 147. Vicars, 148. Chantries, 149. Kingsland chapel, ibid. State of population, 150. Extracts from the parish register, 151–161. Alms-houses, schools, and other benefactions, 161–164. The New-river, 164–168, Islington Spa and Sadlcr's Wells, 168. White Conduit-house, 169.

K.

Kendall-house, 99.

Keith , Alexander, minister of May Fair chapel, his singular advertisements, 325.

Kennedy , Mrs. her death, 332.

Kensington, account of the parish of, 170–230. Of the name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 170. Nursery grounds, 171. Manors and farms, 171–175. Ancient houses, 175–181. Eminent inhabitants, 181, 182. The palace, 182–184. The gardens, 184. Church notes, 184–191. Rectory and vicarage, 191–193. Vicars, 193–195. Brompton chapel, 195. State of population, 195, 196. Extracts from the parish register, 196–226. Schools and benefactions, 226–230.

Kensington gardens, 184.

Kensington palace, 183, 184.

Kentish-town chapel, 360.
-, —— manor of, 345.

Kenwood , account of, 348–350.

Kilbourn wells, 635.

Killigrew , Thomas, a dramatic writer, 219.

King William , principal of St. Mary-hall, his birth, 456.

Kingsbury, account of the parish of, 231–235. Name, situation, &c. 231. Extent, 639. Manors, 231–233. Church notes, 233, 234. Curacy, 234. State of population, 235. Benefactions, ibid.

Kingsland chapel, 149.

Kittle , John, Bishop of Carlisle, his epitaph, 432, note.

Klust , Jacob Daniel, account of, 335, note.

Kneller , Sir Godsrey, account of, 595. His house at Whitton, 577. His monument in Westminster abbey, 596, note.

Knotting-barnes , manor of, 174.

L.

Lacy , James, patentee of Drury-lane theatre, 334.

Lake , family of, 413, 414.
-, —— Sir Thomas, account of, 412. At Stepney, 428.

Lambert , General, at Holland-house, 177. Account of him, 205.

Langford , Abraham, the auctioneer, his epitaph, 357.

Langley , Batty, born at Twickenham, 594.

Leake , Sir John, account of, 435, note. 436, note.

Lechmere , Lord, at Campden-house, 180.

Leicester , Earl of, at Newington, 283. At Teddington, 505.

Lemoine , Abraham, buried at Paddington, 338.

Le Neve , John, at Stratford-Bow, 493.

Lenox , Margaret, Countess of, at Hackney, 634.

Lentball , John, at Twickenham, 578.

Leoni , the architect, 355.

Licence to eat flesh in Lent, 118.
-, —— to marry in the octaves of Pentecost, 591.

Lightfoot , John, at Hornsey, 58.

Lilestone , or Lisson green, manor of, 247.

Limehouse, account of the parish of, 236–241. Of the boundaries and extent, 236. Manufactures, ibid. Church notes, 237, 238. The rectory, 238. State of population, 238, 239. Extracts from the parish register, 239. Schools and benefactions, 240, 241.

Lindsay , John, account of, 159. His epitaph, 145, note.

Lisle , Samuel, (bishop of Norwich,) vicar of Northall, 315. His epitaph, 312.

Lodge-hill, in Hornsey-park, 47.

Longevity , instances of, 19, 20. 34. 40. 102. 117. 145, 146. 159. 161. 190. 216. 218, note. 225, 226. 239. 251. 264. 302. 316. 317. 326. 333, 334. 340. 356. 358. 375. 401. 402. 411. 435. 459. 479, 480. 482. 495. 512, 513. 536. 550, 551. 583, 584. 595. 600, 601. 619. 623.

Loveden , Mr. pastor of the congregation of Dissenters at Newington, 292.

Longmore , Edward, a giant, 18.

Lumley , Marmaduke, rector of Stepney, 441.

Lynd , Sir Humpbrey, account of, 589.

M.

Madan , Martin, account of, 224.

Magelbaens , I. H. de, account of, 159.

Malorees , or Malurees, manor of, 617.

Manchester , Edward Earl of, at Twickenham, 590.

Manchester-house, 248.

Manning , Francis, a poet and dramatic writer, 505.

Manton , Thomas, rector of Newington, 291.

Mapesbury , manor of, 614.
-, —— prebendaries of, ibid.

Marble-hill, 576.

Markham , Bridget Lady, her epitaph, 581, note.

Marriages at May fair, 325, 326.

Marteines , manor of, 529.

Marybone, account of the parish of, 242–279. Of the name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 242. Manors, 243–248. The park, 245, 246. Church notes, 249–254. Rectory and curacy, 254, 255. Curates, 255. Chapels and meeting-houses, 255, 256. State of population, 256–258. Increase of buildings, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 259–277. School and benefactions, 272–277. Middlesex hospital, 278. Conduits, ibid. Tyburn, the place of execution, ibid. Mortality at Marybone in 1795, 639.

Mayerne , Sir Theodore, at Isleworth, 113.

Mead , Matthew, account of, 435, note.

Medows , Sir Sidney, his great age and extraordinary activity, 216.

Meggot , Richard, vicar of Twickenham, 585.

Melton , family of, 545.

Mendip , Lord, his villa at Twickenham, 574.

Merick , Christopher, his epitaph, 323.

Mildmay , Sir Henry and Anthony, their opposite politics, 136.

Mile-end , manor of, 425.

Mile-end New-town, hamlet of, 485, 486.

Mile-end Old-town, account of the hamlet of, 474–485. Fortifications, 474. Burial-grounds of the Jews, 475–482. Manufactures, 482. Alms-houses, 483–485. School and other benefactions, 485.

Mockings , manor of, 525, 526.

Molesworth , Richard Lord, account of, 221.

Monamy , Peter, the painter, 300.

Montfort , Simon de, encamps in Isleworth park, 82.

Mortality in January, February, and March, 1795, 640.

Montague , Lady M. Wortley, her house at Twickenham, 576.

Mountrath , Countess of, her singular will, 566.

Moyle , Walter, his epitaph, 607.

Muir , Grainger, his epitaph, 250, 251.

Muswell , manor of, 51, 52.

Muswell-hill, 51. The chapel there, ibid.

N.

Neasdon , manor of, 613.

Nelson , Robert, 182.

Nevill , Alexander, a dramatic writer, 430, note.

Newbery , I. at Canonbury-house, 133.

Newball , manor of, 5.

Newington Barrowe , manor of, 133.

Newington (Stoke) account of the parish of, 280–305. Of the etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 280. Prebend and prebendaries, 281. Manor, 281–283. Manor-house, 283. Eminent inhabitants, 283, 284. Church notes, 284–290. Rectory, 290. Rectors, 291, 292. Meeting-houses and their pastors, 292, 293. State of population, 293, 294. Extracts from the parish register, 294–302. Schools and benefactions, 302–305.

New-river , account of, 164–168. Ceremony of opening it, 165. New-river head, 167. Newriver company, ibid.

Nicholls , Samuel, vicar of Northall, 315.

Nieto , David, account of, 478.

Nollikins , I. F. the painter, 338.

Norden , John, at Hendon, 7,

Northall, account of the parish of, 306–319. Of the etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 306. Scarcity of water remedied, 307. Manors, 307–310. Church notes, 310–312. Rectory and vicarage, 312, 313. Vicars, 313–315. State of population, 315, 316. Extracts from the parish register, 316–318. Benefactions, 319.

Northamptons , manor of, 524.

Northamberland , Henry Earl of, his imprisonment, 88, 89.

Norwood, account of the parish of, 320–327. Of the name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 320. The manors, 320. 322. The chapel, 322–324. State of population, 324. Extracts from the parish register, 325, 326. Benefactions, 326, 327.

Nottingham , Daniel Earl of, account of, 207.
-, —— HeneageEarl of, account of, 206.

Noy , Sir William, at Brentford-end, 93.

Nunez , Isaac Alvares, his epitaph, 477, note.

O.

Oath , at Highgate, 78.

Ogle , Sir Chaloner, account of, 581, note. 582, note.

Oldford , ancient mansion at, 492, 493.

Orford , Earl of, his villa at Strawberry-hill, 567.

Orrery , Charles Earl of, his birth, 211.

Osterley , manor of, 24, 25.

Osterley-house , 25–28.

Otway , General, his epitaph, 619, note.

Owen , Alice, her benefactions to Islington, 163. Tradition relating to her, ibid.

Oxford , Edward, (Vere) Earl of, at Newington, 295.
-, —— Henry Earl of, his birth, ibid.

P.

Pace , Richard, (Dean of St. Paul's) account of, 442. His epitaph, 432, note.

Paddington, account of the parish of, 328–341. Of the situation, boundaries, extent, &c, 328. Manors, 329–331. Principal houses, 330, 331. Church notes, 332–335. Curacy, 335, 336. State of population, 336, 337. Extracts from the parish register, 337–340. Benefactions, 341.

Paget , James, his epitaph, 532, note.

Painc , family of, 72.

Palatine-houses, 303.

Pancras, account of the parish of, 342–382. Of the situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 342. Hamlets, 343. The Brill, 343, 344. Manors, prebendal estates, and prebendaries, 344–348. Kenwood, 348–350. Church notes, 350–360. Chapels and meeting-houses, 360–363. Rectory and vicarage, 363–365. State of population, 365, 366. Extracts from the parish register, 367–375. Benefactions, 375–377. Public buildings and institutions, 377–381. Mineral waters, 381. Veterinary college, 381, 382.

Parker , Benjamin, his publications, 338.

Parliament held at Stepney, 419.

Parsons , James, a great eater, 513.
-, —— Dr. James, account of, 17, 18.

Pasqualino , the musician, 373.

Paxton , Stephen, the musician, 359.

Pemberton , Sir Francis, account of, 74, 75. His epitaph, 68.

Pembrokes , manor of 524. 526.

Penketham , William, his marriage, 501.

Penn , William, at Teddington, 505.

Pennant , Robert, his funeral at Pancras, 354, note.

Perceval , Sir Philip, account of, 197.
-, —— Richard, account of, 196.

Perez , Antonio, King of Portugal, at Stratford-Bow, 500.

Perivale. See Greenford Parva, in vol. ii.

Peterborough-house , at Parsons Green, 631.

Petition , from the inhabitants of Northall to Cromwell, 313, note.

Pettus , Sir John, at Highgate, 74.

Philips , Fabian, account of, 608, note.

Pickett , Elizabeth, melancholy fate of, 289.

Piers , William, Vicar of Northall, 313.

Pigott , Nathaniel, his epitaph by Pope, 581, note.

Plague , ravages of, at Heston, 33. Hornsey, 58. Isleworth, 110. Islington, 150. Kensington, 196. Newington, 294. Norwood, 325. Stepney, 448, 449. Stratford-Bow, 499. Tottenham, 541. Twickenham, 587.

Playford , John, at Islington, 157.

Pocock , Sir George, account of, 599. His house at Twickenham, 562.

Pomfret , manor of, 423.

Poole , Robert, buried at Islington, 158.

Pope , Alexander, his house at Twickenham, 574, 575. His monument, 580. His burial, 597.

Popham , family of, 297.
-, —— Alexander, account of, ibid.
-, —— Sir Francis, account of, ibid.
-, —— Lord Chief Justice, at Newington, ibid.

Poplar , account of the hamlet of, 462–472. The chapel, 462–465. The ministers, 466. Almshouses, ibid. Stepney-marsh, or the Isle of Dogs, 467, 468. Benefactions, 470–472.
-, —— manor of, 424.

Population , comparative state of, at Hendon, 14. Heston, 32, 33. Hornsey, 57, 58. Highgate, 70. Isleworth; 108–110. Islington, 150. Kensington, 195, 196. Kingsbury, 235. Limehouse, 238, 239. Marybone, 256. Newington, 293. Northall, 315, 316. Norwood, 324. Paddington, 336. Pancras, 366. Shadwell, 387. Stanmore Magna, 445, 446. Stratford-Bow, 498. Teddington, 512. Tottenham, 541. Twinkenham, 587. Twysord, 610. Wilsdon, 621.

Porter , Mrs. the tragic actress, at Highwood hill, 8.

Powell , Rebecca, her epitaph, 145, note.

Pratt , Samuel, Vicar of Tottenham and Twickenham, 539. 585.

Price , Dr. at Newington, 293.

Pritchard , Mrs. at Twickenham, 576.

Prize-fighters , female, 260.

Prize-fighting , 259, 260.

Probert , Sir George, his epitaph, 311.

Proverbs , local, at Tottenham, 556, 557.

R.

Raleigh , Sir Walter, tradition of his residence at Islington, 138. At Mile-end, 451.

Ramsay , Allen, the portrait-painter, 268.

Randal , Matthew, Curate of Teddington, 508.

Ratcliffe , account of the hamlet of, 472–474. Great fire, 472. Schools, alms-houses, and benefactions, 472–474. Manufactures, 473.

Ravenet , S. F. the engraver, 373.

Rawlinson , Sir William, his house at Hendon, 7. His monument, 8, 9.

Relhan , Anthony, account of, 265, 266.

Renters , manor of, 6.

Resbury , Nathaniel, Rector of Shadwell, 386.

Reynardson , Sir Abraham, anecdotes of, 547.

Rich , Earl of Warwick and Holland, family of, 198–200.

Richmonds house at Twickenham, 576.

Ridley , James, author of "Tales of the Genii," 458.
-, —— Gloster, account of, 457, 458.

Riou , Stephen, account of, 267.

Roberts , family of, 622.
-, —— Sir William, account of, 623.

Roman Antiquities at Bentley Priory, 636. At Stanmore, 391, 392.

Roman Catholics , their preference to Pancras as a burial-place, 351.

Romans , King of the, his palace at Isleworth burnt, 82. 94.

Rooke , Sir George, portraits of, 505.

Rudyerd , Sir Benjamin, at Twickenham, 590.

Rugmere , prebend of, 348.

Rumbalds , manor of, 426.

Russel , Lady Rachel, at Highwood-hill, 8.

Ryssbrack , the statuary, account of, 264.

S.

Sacharissa , birth-place of, 111.

Sacheverell , Dr. at Highgate, 61.

Sadler's Wells , 168.

Saham , Richard de, Rector of Stepney, 441.

Saint John of Jerusalem , manor of, 137.

Savage , Earl Rivers, family of, 110.

Sawyer , Elizabeth, the witch of Edmonton, 630.

Segrave , Stephen, Rector of Stepney, 440.

Serres , John Dominick, the marine painter, 270.

Shadwell, account of the parish of, 383–390. Of the situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 383. Church-notes, 383–386. The rectory, 386. Rectors, ibid. Meeting-houses, ibid. State of population, 387. School and benefactions, 387, 388. Water-works, 389. Mineral waters, 389, 390.

Shaftsbury , Earl of, his house at Little Chelsea, 628.

Shaftsbury-house, Little, 331.

Sheffield , Edmund Lord, at Stratford-Bow, 493.

Shirley , John, buried at Islington, 157.

Shrewsbury , Duke of, at Isleworth, 98.

Sigismund , the Emperor, at Kentish-town, 343.

Silver Hall , 99.

Simpson , Edward, born at Tottenham, 541.

Sion Hill , the Duke of Marlborough,

Sion-house,, account of, 88–91.

Sion Monastery founded by Henry V. 83. Its endowments and possessions, 84, 85. Suppressed, 86. Restored by Queen Mary, 87. Again suppressed, 88. Court of Exchequer held there, ibid. Its site granted to the Earl of Northumberland, ibid.

Slingsby , Lady, the actress, 367.

Smith , Thomas, his epitaph, 146. note.

Smithson , family of, 548.

Southall , manor of, 321.
-, —— Market at, 321, 322.

Sparke , Edward, Vicar of Tottenham, 539.

Spencer , Sir John, the rich citizen, scheme for carrying him away, 131.

Spencer-grove , 577.

Sprignell , family of, 71, 72.

Stampe , William, Vicar of Stepney, 443.

Stanmore Magna, account of the parish of, 391–403. Of the name, situation, extent, &c. 391. Roman antiquities, 391, 392. The manor, 392–394. Principal seats, 394, 395. Church notes, 395–398. Rectory, 398. State of population, 399. Extracts from the parish register, 399–402. Benefactions, 422, 403.

Stanmore Parva, account of the parish of, 404–417. Of the name, situation, boundaries, &c. 404. Manors, 404–406. Canons, the Duke of Chandos's seat, 406–408. Church notes, 408–411. Benefice, 411. Incumbence, 411, 412. State of population, 412. Extracts from the parish register, 412–416. Alms-houses, schools, and benefactions, 416, 417.

Stapleton , Sir Robert, at Stepney, 450.

Steele , Sir Robert, at Poplar, 468.

Stepney, account of the parish of, 418–488. Of the name, situation, boundaries, and extent, 418. The manor, 419, 420. Manor-house, 420. Residence of the Bishops of London there, ibid. Market, fair, and court of record,ibid. Inferior manors and farms, 421–426. Ancient houses, 426–428. Church notes, 428–439. The rectory and vicarage, 439, 440. Rectors, 440–442. Vicars, 442,–444. Meeting-houses and their pastors, 444, 445. State of population, 445, 446. Increase of buildings, 446–448. Division of Stepney into several, parishes, 448. Extracts from the parish register, 449–461. Account of the hamlet of Poplar and Blackwall, 462–472. The hamlet of Ratcliffe, 472–474. Mile-end Old-town, 474–485. Mile-end Newtown, 485, 486. Benefactions, 486–488.

Stepney Huskarl , manor of, 423.

Stepney Marsh , 467, 468. Rich pasture there, 468. Site of an ancient chapel, ibid.

Stokes , Mrs. a prize-fighter, 260, note.

Stoneleys , manor of, 530.

Stonehouse , Dr. Vicar of Islington, 148.

Stratford-Bow, account of the parish of, 489–502. Of the etymology, 489. Bowbridge, 489–491. The situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 491. Manufactures, 492. Ancient house at Oldford, 492, 493. Eminent inhabitants, 493. Church notes, 493–496. Rectory, 497, 498. Rectors, 499. State of population, 498. Extracts from the parish register, 499, 501. Schools and benefactions, 501, 502.

Strawberry-hill , history of, 567. Description of the apartments, 568–573. Rules for seeing it, 573. Printing press there, ibid.

Stuart , Arabella, her ineffectual escape from Highgate, 61–63.

Strype , John, his birth-place, 462.

Suckling , Sir John, his birth, 588.

Suelloniaca , ancient city of, supposed to be near Brockley Hill, 391, 392.

Sutton , Thomas, at Newington, 283.

Swaddling , Thomas, Curate of Marybone, 255.

Swift , Dean, at Kensington, 182.

Sylva , Aaron Fernandes da, murdered at Chelsea, 479.

T.

Talbot , Bishop of Birtha, 632.
-, —— Family, 117.

Tallington lane and house, 133.

Taverner , John, Rector of Newington, 291. His epitaph, 286.

Teddington, account of the parish of, 503–516. Of the etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 503. Manor and manor-house, 504, 505. Eminent inhabitants, 505. Church notes, 505–508. Curacy, 508. Curates, 508–511. State of population, 511, 512. Extracts from the parish register, 512–515. Benefactions, 515, 516.

Tenure , singular, 29.

Terrick , (Bishop of London) Vicar of Twickenham, 586.

Thorpe , Thomas, beheaded at Highgate, 61.

Thurloe , Secretary, at Kensington, 209.

Tolentone , manor of, 127.

Tolson , Mrs. her benefactions to Isleworth, 119. 221.

Tomkins , Martin, Pastor of a congregation of Dissenters at Newington, 293.

Toplady , A. M. his works, 362. note.

Toppesfield , manor of, 49.

Tottenhall , or Tottenham Court, manor of, 346.
-, —— Prebendaries of, 347.

Tottenham, account of the parish of, 517–557. Name, situation, boundaries, &c. 517. Wards, ibid. Manufactures, ibid. The cross, 518. Manors and farms, 518–530. Church notes, 530–536. Rectory, 536, 537. Vicarage, 538. Vicars, 538, 539. Chantries, 539, 540. Hermitage and offertory of St. Loy, 540. Meeting-houses, ibid. State of population, 541. Extracts from the parish register, 540–552. Schools, alms-houses, and other benefactions, 552–556. Proverbs, 556, 557. Additions, 641.

Tottenham-court-road . 342.

Tournament of Tottenham, 538.

Tower-place , at Hornsey, 52.

Traherne , Thomas, Curate of Teddington, 508.

Trench , Edmund, a Nonconformist Divine, 632.

Trinity alms-houses, 483.

Triplett , Thomas, at Hayes, 637.

Twickenham, account of the parish of, 558–604. Of the name, situation, boundaries, &c. 558. Manufactures, 559. The manor, 559–561. Manor-house, 561. Principal seats and eminent inhabitants, 562–579. Church notes, 579–584. Rectory and vicarage, 584, 585. Vicars, 585, 586. State of population, 587. Extracts from the parish register, 588–601. Parish lands and parish bull, 601. Almshouses, schools, and benefactions, 601–604. Additions, 641.

Twyford (in Tottenham), manor of, 529.
-, —— East, manor of, 616.
-, —— Prebend and prebendaries of, 617.

Twyford West, account of the parish of, 605–610. Of the name, situation, boundaries, and extent, 605. The manor, 605–607. Church notes, 607–609. The benefice, 609, 610. State of population, 610. Parish register, ibid.

Tybourn , church of, 248.
-, —— manor of, 243.
-, —— the place of execution, 278.

Tylehouse , manor of, 425.

U.

Udney , Robert, his collection of pictures, 505.

V.

Van Bleeck , the portrait painter, his epitaph, 356.

Vandrebanck , John, the portrait painter, 261.

Vergy P. H. Treysac de , account of, 373, 374.

Veterinary College, 381, 382.

Vivares , the engraver, 334.

W.

Walker , Obadiah, account of, 367, 368. His epitaph, 354.

Waller , Sir William, at Osterley, 27.

Walpole , Edward, a poetical writer, 355.

Wanley , Humphrey, librarian to the Earls of Oxford, 258.

Ward , Edward, account of, 371.

Ware , Isaac, the architect, 330.

Warren , Robert, Rector of Stratford-Bow, 498.

Warwick , Edward Henry Earl of, his epitaph, 185.

Waterland , Daniel, Vicar of Twickenham, 585.

Watts , Dr. at Newington, 283.

Well , account of one dug at Northall, 307, near Westbourn, 328, note.

Welsh , John, Justice of the Common Pleas, 449.

Welsh School, 380.

Wenzel , Baron de, his epitaph, 359.

Wesley , Charles, account of, 268.

Westbourn , manor of, 331.
-, —— place, 330.

Westfield , Thomas, Rector of Hornsey, 56.

West-town , manor of, 175.

Wharton , Duke of, his house at Twickenham, 575.

Wheat , fine at Heston, 22.

Whichcote , family of, 15. Their mansion at Hendon, 7.
-, —— Sir Jeremy, account of, 15, 16.

Whitaker , Dr. William, his marriage, 500.

Whitchurch, fee Stanmore Parva.

White Conduit house , 169.

White , Rowland, at Twickenham, 588.

Whitechapel-mount, 474.

Whitefield , George, account of, 361. His chapel in Tottenham-court-road, 361–363.

Whitehead , Paul, account of, 513–515.

Whitford , Richard, a monk of Sion, 86.

Whitmore , Lady Frances, her epitaph by Dryden, 579, note.

Whitton , 577, 578.

Whitton place, 578.

Wicker-work , curious scaffolding of, on Islington steeple, 140.

Wigan , William, vicar of Kensington, 194.

Willis , Thomas, vicar of Twickenham, 585.

Willoughby-house , 528.

Wilsdon, account of the parish of, 611–624. Of the name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 611. The hamlets, ibid. Manors and prebendal estates, 611–618. Church notes, 618–620. Rectory and vicarage, 620. State of population, 621. Extracts from the parish register, 621–623. Benefactions, 623, 624.

Wimborowe , manor of, 405.

Windsor , family buried at Hounslow, 40, 41.

Wossington , Margaret, account of, 506, note.

Wolsey , Cardinal, at Hendon, 3.

Wolstenholme , Sir John, account of, 400. His epitaph, 396.

Woodhead , Abraham, account of, 354.

Wollett , William, his epitaph, 358.

Worcester-house, at Stepney, 427.

Worthington , Hugh, pastor of the congregation of diffenters at Newington, 293.

Worton , manor of, 96.

Wright , Samuel, account of, 301. His epitaph, 288.

Wyke , in Isleworth, manor of, 96–98.

Wyke , in Hackney, manor of, 632.

Wynne , Sir Richard, at Brentford-end, 93.

Y.

Yedding , manor of, 636.

Yelverton , Sir Henry, account of, 151.

Yorke-farm, at Twickenham, 563.

Young , Patrick, rector of Hayes, 637.



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