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  • * British History Online *

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    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 05 April 1830

    End Hilda W.E. 26 27 Westowe W.E. 24 24 Mount Moor Boundry W.E. 22 - Ouston Pelaw 24 24 Percy Main Bewick and Co. W.E. 31 34 Charlotte Main 24 25 Pont op and Garesfield Tanfield Lea 22 - Pontop

    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    Yorkshire. Liddell's 27/3 Ord's Redheugh 26/6 Cowpen 28/6 Pelaw 29/0 Hartley 30/0 Pontop, Windsor 28/0 Walls-end, Bean 25/6 Trader. Percy Main 28/0 Shipcote 28/0 Tanfield 31/6 Tanfield 32/0 Small. Tanfield Lea 30/6 Londonderry 19/9 Townley 28/3 Walker 17/0 Willington 29/0

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    0 1 Old Walker 236 3 30 Ord's Redheugh 9,776 0 120 Pelaw 27,407 0 14 Percy Main 2,913 2 4 Percy Main Bensham 719 2 1 Pitt's South Moor 145 2 54 Pontop Windsor 14,370 0 1 Seghill 175

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a party of pitmen's wives, mothers, and daughters, who had been so employed, were returning to their homes at Percy Main, down by the side of the Blyth and Tyne Railway. An old woman named Hails, one of the patty, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the quarter to six train from Newcastle to Percy Main to catch the Blyth and Bedlington train at that place. On Saturday night, as this train was approaching the Percy Main station, and before it brought up, a woman named Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disadvantage in the matter of early education. At seven years of age he was sent to the 1coapits at Percy Main, near iNorth Shields, and for forty years he laboured in the mines, spending every [available moment of leisure in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been so employed were returning down the side of the Blyth and Tyne Rail- way to their homes at Percy Main. Among them was an old woman named Frances Hails, who had her grandson, Matthew Hails, a little paralysed boy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shields Railway on Saturday qight. Pae- senaers caine down by the quarter tp six train from New- castle to Percy Main to catch the Blyth and Bedlington train at that place. On Saturday nikht, as this train was approaching the Subscribers-only content

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