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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Roman Catholicism

    1642 (B.M., E 149/25) telling of the discovery of a group of laymen and 2 Jesuits at Mass on Mow Cop and their examination before a Justice Biddulph seems to find no corroboration in the Staffs. Quarter Sessions records. Some

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Protestant Nonconformity

    1947 ), 249. W. J. Harper , Mow Cop and its Slopes , 35. Meth. Ch. Buildings ( 1947 ), 252. Circuit Plan , 4th Qtr. 1957 ( Tunstall Circuit). Harper, Mow Cop and its Slopes , 35. Meth. Ch.


    (fl. 1829), 93; Geo. (d. by 1898 ), 332; John, 211; Jos., 93; Ric., 71, 75, 153; Thos., 301 Mow Cop , 271 n Mullock , Dinah Maria , m. G. L. Craik , 177 Muriel , John, 201; Wm.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green Iron Works, Tipton, Staffordshire, iron manufacttrers-J. W. Moseley, E. Davies, and C. Hodges, under the firm of the Mow Cop Clay Company-T. Stanley and W. Watson, Leeds, cloth merchants. INSOLVENTS. J. and E. Cockrell, Basinghall street, wool brokers. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thev respectively commemorate; and after all, why should not that bit of dark tint in the north- east be Mow Cop, the Pelion of Staffordshire, and that other in the south-west, Trelleck Beacon, the Ossa of Monmouthshire ? It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT LICENSING SESSIONS. '0 !S PIREIEI5LI. No0.TIr.-The annual Licensing Sessions for I- the Hundred of l'irohill North was held yesterday, at the ts Town Hall, Newcastle-ttnder-Lyme, before Messrs. T. F. W Twemlow (chairman), T. AV. Minton, J. WV. Edge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Jolly Colliers beerhouse, Newuhapel, was charged with per- mitting drunkenness on licensed premises; and George Hocdgkinscn, co~llier, Mow Cop ~was summoned for being drunk on licensed remerises. 'The defendsant Htodglcinson wa~s found drunlcin~enshall's bousew~henitwas visited by the police Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were sestenced to six enenthi' infprisonment e-oh-Mc-5as'l Feoth pleadead not guilty to feoiul aeselti L g Hannah. Roldoroft; at Mow Cop, on the 13th of MId'. Mr. Koeseay was counsel -for the proeecution, an-i Mr. Hill defended. The prisoner ws; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Roger Whitley's Diary, May 1688, 01 May 1688-31 May 1688

    children Mr Downes of Salop came about Roger's debt; he dined, & went about 2; a man came from Mow Cop about milstones; stayd all night. 2. Wednesday, Huson went to Chester to attend the Comission; thence to Shotwick &

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