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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    in line on Bearpark 29 Moor, between the city and the manor-house. Much of the fighting centred on the Red Hills , enclosed land belonging to the Priory 30 and now cut through by the railway line. The Prior and

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CONS.CP.1826/5

    Moor Close (Moor Close) : fieldname Blancholmes (Blencholmes) : fieldname Middlestyes (Middlestyes) : fieldname Stonepits (Stonepits) : fieldname Red Hills(Red Hills) : fieldname Dody Hole (Dody Hole) : fieldname Beckfield (Beckfield) : fieldname East Brierhills (East Brierhills) : fieldname

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inemorialise the Government to appoint additional sub- inspectors of mines. For the murder of THoxAs PYEn, a platelayer, at Red Hills, near Durham, Psr~lt BRAY was yesterday morning executed, within the precincts of Durham Gaol, by BINNs, the newly-appointed hangman. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by twr tilc Oaruer, containing altogether 3Si., and a l'arcel of Land, being and part of the field called Red Hills, occupied by Mrs. Hammond, con- ren taining IA. 2n. 13rs. or therealeouts, and numbered 23c, LI, 35, 36, 37, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilammnond. antId fntutiired 23 oil ttle plani. Lot S. Another Parcel of LAND, being part of the field called Red Hills, adjoiting lht 7 on the west, cuntailmig 3A., atld in the occura- tiOn of .bs laPlTrnouil, atid numbered 23a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall and estate had been trtiVtstl sold to Mr. Ecrovd, manufacturer, of Hudders- elin is an adjoiing proprietor. The Red Hills 5etatir, Penurih ,'was bought by Lord Lonsdale at £10,300: - al oather near Armathwalte w5s withdrawn at £4.700. -On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    own, and wvil; transferto the new conupany,40 per cent. of the share capitalinthe Wlichain Miningl CompauyLirmited, Higtifield Hematite Mines, Red Hills Limestone Quarries, &c. The Askam Ironworks, erected 186s, with all mines belonging thereto,tend also adoitionas mines and royalties, were Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Inquiries relating to negro emancipation., 1829

    learn that the society are blessed with a missionary spirit. A few of our poor but zealous people at Red Hills , have adopted a plan which is novel in this country, for the purpose of raising missionary-money:-viz. dedicating one Subscribers-only content

    British troops serving in the East Indies, 1840

    Wooden Bar¬ racks on the Esplanade, or the Red Hills , for a residence in the hot months, with free exposure to the sea breeze, would prevent all the inconvenience of these, and would neither be expensive or difficult to Subscribers-only content

    Colonization, defence, and railways in our Indian empire, 1857

    is the lowest rate at which competition can be offered for the convey¬ ance of road materials from the Red Hills . Para¬ graph 60. " But, perhaps, the greatest obstacle of all with which the railway has to contend Subscribers-only content

    Colonization, defence, and railways in our Indian empire, 1857

    is conveyed more than seven miles for seven annas, the regulated hire for a cart from Madras to the Red Hills being 1 rupee 2 annas 8 pice, to convey 720lbs. only; but this supposes a distance of ten miles, Subscribers-only content

    Cacao: how to grow and how to cure it, 1882

    winds, cacao should thrive well. Already, cacao has been planted and is apparently at homo in glades among the Red Hills ( St. Andrew ), in the Wag Water valley, in the Bath and Plan¬ tain Garden Paver districts, and Subscribers-only content

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