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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    Muscovy Company, arguments by petitions of Ashfield , Thos., recusant governor of Aberdeen Ashley , Capt. Ashly , Mr. Ashmore Park Aske , Rich., justice of the Upper Bench Askwith , Abraham Aspinall or Aspinwall , Lieut.-Col., letters to Assessments Subscribers-only content

    Volume 40, September 1653, 01 September 1653-30 September 1653

    Our friend and brother Thos. Hamson died 2 months since. My sister is in possession of one half of Ashmore Park, under Fras. Grege of Clement's Inn, and now Mr. Perynate, who has married Mr. Luson's widow, and one Richardson Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old rate of wvages :-Norton Can. ser neack Colliery, Darlaston Coal and, Iron Comnp any, Pool CIO a Hayes, Ashmore Park, Perry Hall, Castle Bridge. Prince of Wales, Lane Head Colliery, Bough Wood, Harden, ces Thle Forest, Aldridlge and Lecewo(o)i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richard Fryer (29), miner, Garden Lane. The deceased was injured on the 25th ult. in an explosion at the Ashmore Park Colliery, Wednesfield, of Messrs. Hodson and Hill, and he died on the 1st inst. Mr. WV. B. Scott, Government Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CountyPolice Court, yesterday, Charles Jeffcoat, manager of the Ashmore Park Colliery, W'ednesfield, wascharged with several breaches of the Coal Mines Regulation Act--l) By neglecting to send to the Mines Inspector for the district an immediate account of an explosion accompanied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you state that nt a alceting of miners' representatives at Walsall ol Monday last, it was reported that "the Ashmore Park Colliery Company, near Esssngto,, rrere nttempting to stop the supply of allowrance coal to their 1vorllpeople, and that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    passenger but to move off." mINERS' COAL ALLOWANCE To the EDITOR Of the DENY ]POST. Sir,-In reference to the Ashmore Park Colliery Com- pany (Wednesfield) and their miners, I see that the secre- tary of the company denies that the Subscribers-only content

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