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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Communications Communications

    Wolverhampton to join the Coventry Canal at Huddleston, passing by Walsall . The Ashby Canal was built to tap the Leicestershire coalfield, and joined the Coventry Canal at Marston Junction . With the Coventry Canal , it formed the longest

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park

    crossed by the old Leicester Causeway and Stoney Stanton Road , a former turnpike, and the north by the Coventry Canal and the branch railway to the Ordnance works. The road said in the 12th century to lead 'through the

    Parishes Merevale

    has long been absorbed into Lea Marston , but the date of the transference is not known. 3 The Coventry Canal and the Trent Valley section of the L.M.S. Railway cut through the extreme northeastern corner of the parish, which

    Parishes Shuttington

    the mill pool, and now separated from it by the Trent Valley branch of the L.M.S. Railway and the Coventry Canal , is the site of Alvecote Priory. Very little of it survives, and there is no trace of the

    Parishes Mancetter Plans of Mancetter Manor House

    joined to the Coventry Canal and to the main line of the L.M.S. Railway by a tramway to the north-east. Near the quarries is a reservoir, 11 acres in extent, which belongs to the Coventry Canal Company. There is much

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the original share- , holders of the following named canals:- . The Oxford Canal 20 per cent., The Coventry Canal 2511er cent., The Treat and Mersey 45 per cent,. and The Birmingheam Canal 128 per cent. . The Trent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Atherston.e Pycehicy, Quorn. and-North Warwick- 11 shire Hounds.-Bsstkiugton ~llailwiy Station is on the property, a. L wharf on the Coventry Canal is adljacent thus cot only are grest facilities of access 4lforded, but also every conveniecec for the - cheap Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and spe,,y transit of crops and manure, Bulkingten Railway Station 'eing on the property, and a wharf on the Coventry Canal adjacent, It is generally believed that coal1 under- lies the loud, and all mineral rights'sr-ill be Included in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Patience Sophia Hitches, wife of Frederick IHitches, ex-publican and bookmaker, of Tam- worth, who was found drowned in the Coventry Canal, at Glsreote, on Thursday morning. It was stated that the deceased lived apart from her husband because of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Nerth- Western, 973, sellers; Midland, 103, sellers ; South Staffordshire, ll - to 11: Birmingham Canal, 96, sellers; Coventry Canal, 170 to 130; Birmingham Fire, 94 to 93; District Fire, 5 to 33. Market had a tendency downwards, the Subscribers-only content

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