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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sutton

    agricultural. Sutton has been administered by an urban district council since 1894, and is divided into North-east, North-west and South Wards . A cemetery was opened at Sutton Common in 1890 . The Sutton Technical Institute and School of Art

    Wisbech Introduction WISBECH PLAN OF TOWN CENTRE

    Norfolk , presented complicated problems. 4 The old wards and the 'watches' were then replaced by the North and South Wards which lasted until the boundary alterations of the 1930's. 5 By the Ministry of Health Provisional Orders Confirmation (

    Bethnal Green Local Government Old Town Hall in 1852 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    vestrymen, residents rated at more than £40 (9 each for East and North wards, 15 each for West and South Wards ). 49 A third of them and the auditors were to be elected annually from the ratepayers, and the

    Townships Marsden

    an urban district since 1894, with a council of twelve members chosen equally from the East, West, North and South Wards . One of the Pendle witches of 1634, Margaret Johnson , a widow aged sixty, confessed that she first

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, 1835-43

    and Thomas Herne, High Street, painter, appointed Auditors for the Borough. Two Assessors were appointed for the North and South Wards. April 4 Monday. (Entries are now in the handwriting of Mr. E. P. Richards.) Ordered, that Mr. William Jenkins

    Council Minutes, 1855-62

    to procure a bell buoy and have the other buoys repaired. Borough to be divided into North, Middle and South Wards. Mr. Waring appointed Architect and Surveyor to the Council, at a salary of 90. Novr. 9. Aldn. Charles Williams

    Council Minutes, Book No.VII (3), 1818-33

    the Market House; and the Corn Tolls. 7 th Thurs. Two Constables each were elected to the East and South Wards, and three each to the High Street and West Wards; and four Deputy Ward Constables. Charles M c Carthey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    principally with a view t of organisation. Mr. Chambers presided, and the Conserva f tive candidates for North and South Wards were presen ; and addressed a few words to their supporters. Th as meeting pledged itself to srunport them. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their las-ge majority of nineteen in the Council, which is aeir- composed of twenty-four members. yed KIDDnmUMcNSTEn.-Boths North and South Wards wereC sore contested on Saturday, and the election resulted in leaving the balance of parties fin this Council I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Turney (C), Park Hill, r~toUrbiri'dge, The division for which Air. T-urney is joomnata conists of rho Frestc and South Wards of the t o~wnship of Stourhridga the remaining ward (the WFEnt) being linked with the Wollaston divsFion. Mr. T1nsys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    usiner and publican; and Charles Mosdale, of Hoarcroft, grocer and carrier. IMYNCIPrAL.-A contest being anticipated in both North and South Wards, a meeting of the Liberal Comnuittce and sub-comsssittees was held in the Assembly Rloom, at the Ceorge Hotel, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Poor Law Board, praying for an enquiry into the circumstances attending the election of Guardians for the Nerthand South Wards, Mr Graves, Poor Law Inspector, sat at the Board Room of the Union, on Tuesday, to commence the investigation. Subscribers-only content

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