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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Halesowen Introduction, borough and manors

    are important brick-works, iron-foundries and chemical works in Oldbury and in the neighbouring parishes of Cradley , Langley , Black Heath and Quinton . It was at Cradley that Dud Dudley about 1619 set up one of his first forges

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar 2 Samuelk,. Y m~e y Proffeswr S. R Gardine yr beniZftn tradd- odil deeddeg darlith-ar y cbwyldroad-.yn Yuiinoye Black Heath, se yn awr yn darlithie ,r h.9ioo, ef .European Progress, ye Bediord Park, Y mae y dt gyfres mewrn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUPERSEDED. J. L. Boren, Shqoier'a Hill, Black Heath ' BANKRUJP'S. J. Drilirim, Lower Shadwell-street, Nliddlenpx. butcher. At- 'tormie, Messrr9. Bull, feol!es-sfreet, Cr'vendirt-."Pqnarl.. J. IAa tron, (Girvesenrd, coach-maker. 'Attorney, NIr. Yatman, Arint dei-st reet, Sit-mild. A. laIrdie, I'niwra-&Gpi-, Brand-mtreet, merchant. Attoruics, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to p1l; and - 1 country *orh. Constant empibyhient. None but stteady, honest 5men need opply,-Adtdreas, James Bennett, Saddler, Black Heath, Rowloeiy Regis. c3L02_ ~ETTERS.-Two good Men Wanted,-5-Apply, Swan Gardenworkis. i5S 13Wulverhtmpten. ( a28t1 2. aJMTH etescuslemed to Rool IrnWorics.-AI~!r, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Zs, TxneaccNkTioN OF THE RlVErrThsrgAS' STRIKIE.-At a C for meeting of the rlvietitakers, held yesterday moc-ning, at 11 76,. Black Heath, it was r-eported thnat the 'masters, at a meet- tj insil ing held on the previotis rngh, had dclsidedI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    There were, the circular further set forth, thousands of females em. ployed in the districts of Hals Owen, Rowley, Black Heath, and the Lye, working at the olivers like men, and working ,r intolerably long hours, making bolte. This was Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 09/09/1723

    very justly, for that Woman accused them barbarously and wrongfully. He mentioned some small Robberies committed on and near Black Heath : But in that Account I do not remember that he took notice of the Robbery committed (as Dyer

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