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You searched for: Place: "Clay Cross", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    Disru-vE tT STAYELET,.- There are symptoms of an approaching dispute between the miners and their employers, at Staveley and Clay Cross. On Saturday, a meeting was held at Staveley, when offers of aid were made in the event of a Subscribers-only content

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    edoessitated the immediate amputation of one leg. Six men, who were on Friday descending the Park House Pit, at Clay Cross, Rarrowly escaped with their ives, the cage being impelled downwards with terrific- orce, in consequence of the enginernan being Subscribers-only content

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    two places menthoned for traffic in the spring of next ye The. o hee w teq wideninq of the Clay Cross line; a distance of 7 miles 8 olmins, which was also completed. and would be opened in the course Subscribers-only content

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    was grasltod. The adjourned inquest on the woman Isdia acelon, who was murdered by her husbamd at Highaus, near Clay Cross, was hold en Tuesday. The murderer himself died on Sunlday. Th's verdict of the jury was to the effect Subscribers-only content

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    infringement of orher iii theO 140115 by the, 1011, and galsait grlitilelnali. 'Yesterday, 2,000 colliers struck work at thle Clay Cross Collieries. A meeting of 1,000 colliess decided not to take tile 15 11cr cenit. redacetionl, hult to aibide by Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    at Folly Bridge known as the Lower, or Mallam's, Wharves. 64 At the end of Thames Street was the Clay Cross Coal Wharf , 65 and off Isis Street was Plowman's Wharf . 66 On the south-west of Folly Bridge

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