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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Secular buildings The northern suburb, 1774-1850

    a tall semicircular-headed window in its east gable wall. The two cotton-mills both in part survive. Hull Flax and Cotton Mill was built in 1836 -40 126 on a site extending from Cleveland Street to the River Hull . It

    Townships Kearsley

    . 32 1,005, including 25 of inland water, according to the 1901 Census Report. Pop. Returns , 1901. Clammerclough Cotton Mill was built about 1828; Barton , Farnworth , 84. Benjamin Rawson 's Alkali Works were established earlier. Lond. Gaz

    Modern Hull Suburban Hull , 1966 The docks, 1966

    provided, was cotton-spinning and weaving. 57 Two mills were established, Hull Flax and Cotton Mill , in the Groves district, in 1836 ; and Kingston Cotton Mill , further up the River Hull , in Cumberland Street , in 1845

    Preface

    apparently later, took the name of Newbarns , by which it is known now, and Stankfield Mill has become Cotton Mill . CHURCH The church of ST. PETER has a chancel with south vestries, a tower between nave and chancel,

    Education

    Groves in 1840 with places for 350 boys and girls, some of them 'half-timers' working at Hull Flax and Cotton Mill . A new building was opened next to St. Mark's Church in 1857 , and accn. rose from 600

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the MINERALS, LIMESTONE, ABERDE and t CHERT STONES, and the old ALKALI WORKS, S eminently adapted for either a Cotton Mill or Paper Sb Mills, having a never-failing Supply of Water, with acces to Sea snd Rail. of Lithographed Plans Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the MINERALS. LIMESTONE, ABERDEFi and CHERT STONES, and the old ALKALI WORKS, A eminently adapted for either a Cotton Mill or Paper #l Mills, baving a never-failing Supply of Water, with al aces to Sea and Rail. Lithographed Plans Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    say the B511s of Moe~t ityt .-Oh. says Mr. F4NLV.x, a-o- thOr nianitFLcturinag Menber ,of Pailiattent,.,rlihe deaths iu my Cotton Mill at Glasgo atre ntUt a forthjtrtso many rs tlcse in tine loishiest ont-of-dor spots iR En, arId t- 'The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court on Thursday, in the affairs of Mr H S. Bright, the late chairman of the Hull Flax and Cotton Mill Company, the amount of debts proved was 101,4371. Messrs J. R. Ringrose and Elijah Meggitt were appointed assignees. Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the magistrates at 71iddloton c Dr on Tuesday. Just after midnighs or the 2nd June, Old ti lall Cotton Mill, Middleton, was found to be oni fire, and b I- after the'llames were put oat the police found appearances Subscribers-only content

 

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