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You searched for: Place: "Clay Cross", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    been recorded,-no, not even ill the pages of the Lacncet. THE RAILWAY SCAPEGOAT. The inquest on the catastrophe at Clay Cross has termi. nated in the following verdict: The jury are unanimously of opinion that the deaths of John Mley. Subscribers-only content

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    have already received I am, p Sir, your obedient servant, a J. POWELL WILLIAMS. Birmingham, 19th November, 1882. THE CLAY CROSS COLLIERY EXPLOSION. To the Hmsrof o tihe DAILY POaT. Sir,-Will you allow me to call the attention of the Subscribers-only content

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    Isservitude. rt Mrs. Aisi Beesoms, of Danessnoor, who lost her husband and two eons in the fatal explosion at Clay Cross, died on c Firiday.Fo the first the p ocr woiman seemed sorely rn -stikndown, and died, literally, broken-hearted.' There Subscribers-only content

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    bricklayer's labourer, at Wellington, in Somerset- shire, has been left a legacy of eighteen thousand pounds. A virago at Clay Cross brutally assaulted an old woman of eighty, on Monday, and was locked up, with a child in her arms, Subscribers-only content

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    Shumsack, Brook Cottage, Southirell, Notts. GAME BAISTAsS (asy othler variety). Cock and two lions.- First, 21., Mr William Parker, Clay Cross, Doehsvlsire; seosid, II., Messrs Mason arid Clarlosworthl, Chsaaterleld, Derbyshire third, 10s., Air E. Shlumack, Brook Cottage, Sosuthwell, Notts. iABIE 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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