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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pawlett Economic history

    estate at Yearsey 35 and Black Rock at West Stretcholt . 36 By the mid 19th century the de Mauleys claimed three sites in the river at Pawlett , Cannington , and Black Rock where four men had 1,000 putchers

    Pawlett Manors and other estates Fields of Pawlett 1658

    . 40 During the 19th century part was acquired by Sir Thomas Lethbridge , Bt., and part, known as Black Rock , by the Revd. George Trevelyan . 41 Later in the century the Trevelyan holding was bought by the

    Dawley Economic history Little Dawley woodland clearance to 1772

    local sandstone. 20 The Little Wenlock basalt, outcropping at Horsehay , was quarried on a larger scale. The ' Black Rock ' or 'Dhu Stone' at Doseley in Horsehay dingle, a tourist attraction in the late 18th century on account

    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    great dislocation has produced much disturbance in the strata. The lower portion of the Carboniferous Limestone, seen in the Black Rock quarry, comprises dark bituminous limestone crowded with crinoid remains, Spirifera , etc.; higher up there occur bands with many

    Madeley Economic history Coalbrookdale

    Measures siltstones 56 and there is evidence of quarrying on Hay farm 57 and the Court demesne. 58 ' Black Rock ' 59 was apparently quarried in Lightmoor dingle in the early 1860s . 60 Deposits of sand and gravel

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, July 1633, 01 July 1633-31 July 1633

    and unity. Explain the duties of his place of Admiral. Confer upon him the command of the fort at Black Rock, as an evidence of "our love and opinion of your fidelity," and promise him ten servants. Commend his diligence

    America and West Indies, July 1634, 01 July 1634-31 July 1634

    his tobacco. The Falcon to be sold for 200 l . Serjt. Whitehead entertained lieutenant of the fort at Black Rock with six servants Sam. Symonds to have three servants free, as appertaining to his office of Sheriff. Mic. Archer

    America and West Indies, April 1638, 01 April 1638-30 April 1638

    convenient speed. In case of Capt. Butler's death, Capt. Hunt to continue Governor; he is appointed Commander of the Black Rock, Capt. Elfrith having requested liberty to come home. Recommend John Ward, a minister, to their esteem. Reasons for restoring

    America and West Indies, March 1637, 01 March 1637-31 March 1637

    satisfy those who trusted him. The cotton engine to be delivered to Capt. Elfrith, and some land near the Black Rock restored to him. Would have his advice used in fortification, and encouragement given him. A magazine has been sent

    Index, E, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    Jo., 154. Elfrith , Capt. Daniel, Governor and Admiral of Providence Island, 1630; Councillor, 1631; and Commander of the Black Rock; 122, 123, 126, 127, 139, 147, 167, 186, 202, 211, 223, 226, 248, 250, 267, 269, 271, 272, 279,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on lie approach of-the British, and includes a Report of a sceressfil attack made on tie Amnericrn towns of Black Rock awl Bjiffalole by a brigade unider Oeneral Htall, an tne 30th December. TIle ene)n)'s force was-nol less than from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and were on their return to Brighton very late, probably about two o'clock. They had proceeded as far as Black Rock, when the horse must have missed his way and precipitated himself and -gig, from the top of the Cliff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his wife with violence, his behaviour to her had been uniformly affectionate; that while the parties vwere residing at Black Rock, Lady Westmeath sent to him two letters, in which she expressed herself in terms of great fondness for him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in her eye. No apprehensive difficulty ever occurred between us until the late catastrophe." -Ameeicaru Paper. EXTrAOnRDINARY SPECTACLE.-From the Black Rock Gazette (United States,) Aug. 8.-On the 8th day of September next at three o'clock p. in., the large and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    admission of dis- senters to the universities.-The Marquis of WESTMEATH presented one from the Rev. Sir Harcourt Lees, of Black Rock, in the county of Dublin, Bart., stating that he had discovered a foul and dark conspiracy, for the destruction Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BISSHOPP, Cecil (1783-1813).

    in their minorities on sinecure questions, 24 Feb. and 4 May 1812. Subsequently Bisshopp was on military service in Canada and did not seek re-election. He was killed, 11 July 1813, in an engagement with the Americans at Black Rock.

    EVANS, William Bartrum (1801-1850), of 32 Hertford Street, Mdx.

    of Castle Ffogarty, Tipperary, and the family afterwards spent more time in Ireland. His mother died at Sea Point, Black Rock, near Dublin, 22 Mar. 1828.[footnote] Evans meanwhile had absconded with the Dublin upholsterer James Jordan"s wife Catherine (n�e Hinton),

    WASON, Peter Rigby (1797-1875), of Cable Street, Liverpool, Lancs. and 49 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx.

    her issue had equal rights to the reverted properties and ground rents; she also inherited the toll revenue from Black Rock lighthouse.[footnote] Wason"s father left under �1,500 in trust for his children, but bequeathed his Bristol property, trading interests and

 

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