3 edition of Colbrans new guide for Tunbridge Wells found in the catalog.
Descriptive particulars of the South eastern (London and Dover) railway, containing notices of the several stations, and the principal objects of interest on the line from the Tunbridge station to London, Folkestone, and Dover. By James Phippen: p. 327-353.
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editors introduction; readers guide; index to the first lines of poems, songs & choruses, hymns & psalms; general index; chronological index, with a photogravure frontispiece.
Robert Elliott, Parade, is the Churchwarden; C.
Find photos, old maps and full texts of various books about Tunbridge Wells 1810, 1855, 1912, before 1946. " "Accordingly, in 1607, as soon as the warm weather came on, and the roads were dry enough to render a journey practicable, my lord North returned to Bridge, to add the power of the water to the purity of the air, and try how far their united force would contribute to restore strength and vigour to his shattered constitution.
comprises a number of genteel residences and excellent lodging houses, which are eagerly sought after during the season.
The cottage at the corner, now called Somerville Cottage, was occasionally the residence of the celebrated Rev.
THE CHAPEL OF EASE was opened for divine worship in 1678, under a temporary roof, the building not being then completed. There is another pleasant walk from Mount Ephraim across Bishop's Down to Rusthall Common, on approaching which, to the right, passing the Toad Rock, is another rural walk to the Hurst Wood.
This book to be the property of the stewards. In the year 1765, we find the first notice of any public proceedings in honor of Royal Visitors. Excerpt from Colbran's New Guide for Tunbridge Wells: Being a Full and Accurate Description of the Wells and Its Neighbourhood Within a Circuit of Nearly Twenty Miles, and Notices of the London and Dover Railway; Illustrated With Plates, Wood Engravings, Etc.
Tunbridge Wells: Printed and Published by J.
This terrace is pleasantly situated, and has some excellent lodging houses.
The situation is extremely pleasant.
In the year 1765, we find the first notice of any public proceedings in honor of Royal Visitors.