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Description of the Banstead Cottage Homes/Kensington & Chelsea School District by Peter Higginbotham
Description of the Banstead Cottage Homes/Kensington & Chelsea School District by Peter Higginbotham
 
 
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Description of workhouse life by Peter Higginbotham
Description of workhouse life by Peter Higginbotham
 
 
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History of Islington
History of Islington
 
 
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Ossulstone 1841
Ossulstone 1841
Ossulstone was a hundred of the ancient county of Middlesex, England. It covered
the south-east of the county, and included Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing,
Kensington, Chelsea, Islington, Westminster (a liberty), the City of London
(which was outside its jurisdiction), Hackney, Bethnal Green, Poplar, Shadwell,
Stepney, Wapping, Whitechapel, Finchley, Friern Barnet, Hornsey, Acton,
Chiswick, Brentford, West Twyford, Willesden, Hampstead, Paddington, Mile End,
Ratcliffe and Spitalfields.
In the 17th Century the hundred was split into four divisions, which replaced
the hundred for most administrative purposes. These were:
Kensington division
Holborn division
Finsbury division
Tower division - also known as Tower Hamlets
In addition, the Liberty of Westminster had separate jurisdiction  
 



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