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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Protestant nonconformity

    44 Protestant dissenters registered a chapel at Botany Bay in 1882 and closed it in 1897 . 45 In 1971 there was an undenominational chapel in East Lodge Lane , Botany Bay . Enfield Town Evangelical Free church, Cecil Road

    Parishes St Mary Extra

    ) is close to the railway. Another little group, in a hollow of the common, is called Botany Bay . Behind Botany Bay is Sholing . Continuing westward along the Southampton road , Itchen lies on the north, and Woolston

    Wormingford Economic history

    9 d . to 10 d . a day, but in 1851 two of their leaders were deported to Botany Bay for sheepstealing. 95 Thirteen incen- diary attacks were recorded in the parish in the 19th century. 96 Membership of

    Parishes Graveley

    parish and partly in that of Stevenage . In the extreme east of the parish is the hamlet of Botany Bay . Corey's Mill is situated on the south-western boundary of the parish. The subsoil, like that of the surrounding

    Dawley Economic history Little Dawley woodland clearance to 1772

    colliery known as Mill pit. 51 There were steam flour mills at Pool Hill and beside the canal near Botany Bay colliery in 1843 . 52 The latter was in existence by 1833 . 53 That at Pool Hill was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cwbl, sydd yn peri y rhaid iddo ef fod yn "llestr i anmharch " drwy y blynyddoedd. Bu. Botany Bay a Van Diemen's Land yn derbyn dosbarth neillduol o ddeiliaid y deyrnas hon amser yn ol, ond tyfodd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    answer to the -sth C harge ilis Lordship hete disproved a charge of his heving sent a oan to Botany Bay on his own atithority; and dies proceeded with rtstrect to the tortures:- "h In the olher fiida- it lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to do rilings vahicll you 1"O"ir ' ERxaminLr have hanged many a rogue at e and seat others to Botany Bay or tile hula's, I Sirs 90nie *,uer~soras Tnmay tlrive by die very same prac- tilcs3 N~nv ixt canuot for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ohle other day to enquire into the state of a prison-ship which was about to carry Dr. O'1ALLORANs to Botany Bay. Re: found hirn crowded with twenty other hluman heiug. in a cabin twelve feet square, and in eri-s six Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dragon, and Tonnant, went in pursait,ieavillthe St. George,. With two others, to bLockade Bres., Government have received advices from Botany Bay, dated the 18thl of March, which state, that a Plot to overturn the Goveriurient had been discover- edto have Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    London debates, 1786

    Dissenters. Daily Advertiser 1130 . October 2, 1786 Westminster Forum, Spring Garden 'Is the intended Transportation of Convicts to Botany Bay disgraceful to a civilized Community?' Times 1131 . October 5, 1786 Coachmakers Hall 'Would it be a wise law

    Papers, 1841-2

    shew his thoughts either by speaking or writing in favor of good government or of any approximation thereto ' Botany Bay ' would be his future residence. This atrocious triumph of tyranny, led the King, Lords and Commons the Aristocratic


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