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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic and Social History Markets and Fairs

    In 1791 a hay and straw market was established on Tuesdays in Ann Street . The fish market in Dale End was apparently started at about the same time. 14 From the passing of the first Improvement Act in 1769

    Madeley Education

    junior mixed and infant school. 30 In 1971 the school moved to the former Coalbrookdale High School premises at Dale End where, having absorbed Ironbridge C.E. (Controlled) School, it became Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge C.E. (Aided) Primary School. 31 There were

    Madeley Local government

    The fire station was in Waterloo Street 80 until the 1940s 81 when it moved to Dale End ; 82 the Dale End station closed in 1980 , when Telford central fire station opened at Stafford Park . 83 A

    Madeley Growth of settlement

    similar to those on the Old furnace, was probably an early 18th-century insertion. 59 The timber-framed Yew Tree Cottage, Dale End , is much restored. 60 Before Abraham Darby 's arrival in 1708 Coalbrookdale 's environs were 'very barren' with

    Public Education King Edward VI Elementary Schools

    Address as in Wrightson, Triennial Dir. Birm . ( 1823 ). Buckton 's School List for Sept. 1824 gives Dale End . See also below (Shut Lane school). Address as in Wrigh tson, Triennial Dir. Birm . ( 1823 ).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Second Closs- Blansrnpts.-T. Crocker, Wisbeach. Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire. sill maker. [Bennettand Paul, Sise lace, iBackleribury.-W. R. Fearn, Dale End, Binning- tam, draper. [Hodgson, Birmingham.-J. Hoberts, Aberystwviths, Cardiganshire, draper. [tSale and Co. Manchester.-Ti Bates and S. aud J. Sheard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    keeper. [Rich- ardson, Old Jewry chambers. -W Hills, Sandgate, Kent, draper. [Ash- urst and Co., Old Jewry.-J C Lench, Dale End, Birmingham, leather seller. [East Birmingham.-W Jones, Nottingbham, grocer. [Cowley and Everall, Nottingham.-W Thomas, Cardiff, pablican. [Prideaex, Bristol. Dividenals.-Sept 2l, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coach-lirile and Carder, No. Ina 405, Bristol ltoad. PA -- Owl~~~~~~IN RETAIL SHOPS. 'FL, In Newy Street, Hilgh Street, Dale End, Livery Street, Colmare Row, Caf Lowvor Temple Street,. and Stophonsinit Street, 13irmingliam treal and RErAIl, SHOPS Ini Queen Street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Articled Puyii -Address. 0. 93. Daily Post. 14 TFASIIlTAIT (Junior) Wanted, for Coffec-houso.- Waths Bro- .t1 thers, 5, Dale End. . - e254 XLESMlTH.-Wanted, a.good Workmen.-APPIy, Cape Works, A Grove Lnase. Dudley IRoWid. cBS16 if lAlgERS.-Wanted, ar inet Hand; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Minghamo. ________________ _6934 'I LT, : " NuFACTR G PREMISRS - Situated in Broad Street; with Mill-Power. Belmont Row. Dale End, Shopgln. my .. 216 and 21) rafad Street. Windaor Street and Brewery Street. Cranville Stieet. - : III Halt Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A - K

    130, 131. " Crooklands, 11, 243, 274, 275. " Crook-o'-Lune, 32, 125, 128. " Crowther, 25, 61, 125. " Dale End, 151. " Deepthwaite, 233. " Docker, 31. " Dunmailraise, 6, 30, 172, 173, 175. " Durham, 210. " Elterwater,

    Index, L, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    -, stannary accounts, 2044. Lotham (Loham), Ntht., g. 969 (67). Lother . See Lowther. Lothersdale (Lodirsdane), Yorks, [ near Dale End ] , g. 2772 (11). Lothingland (Luddynglond) humdred, Suff., g. 94 (35, 56), 682 (33). Lotrech . See Lautrec.

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Ask for Hughes' Celery Cracker

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    The Anglo-Bavarian Brewery Ltd.

    q 'iOioi»t^wto»-'o . f.i r.i M K3 ro K3 S ' ;^tCb^t{^{Jt^ 1^ Bottled by MACKIE & GLADSTONE. Ltd..? Dale End. BIRMINGHAM. ^ JANUARY. Su .. 5]12 191261? M .. 6!l3 20!27? Tu .. 7il4 21j28? W i 1 8'l5 Subscribers-only content


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