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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Social life

    32 Bull-baiting and cock-fighting were held on open ground at Bearwood Hill between the Red Cow and the Sow and Pigs . 33 A wooden theatre in Grove Lane , visited by itinerant companies of actors, was converted into a

    Parishes Prescote

    Sept. 1895 . Macnamara, Danvers Family , 211, 297; Baker, Northants . 741. G. C. Druce , 'The Sow and Pigs ', Arch. Cant . xlvi. 1-6. Rot. Hund . (Rec. Com.), ii. 707. E 179/161/9. E 179/161/17; E 179/164/7.

    Finchley Economic history

    rested. Several pig-dealers lived near by, often maintaining public houses like the George and the Hog Driver or Sow and Pigs . 25 By 1717 a customary market was held on Wednesdays and Thursdays for pigs brought from most parts

    Smethwick The growth of the town SMETHWICK c. 1971

    ; it was rebuilt on its present site further north in High Street in 1936 -7. 46 The Sow and Pigs , which existed by 1818 , 47 stood to the south of the former site of the Red Cow

    Parishes Culham

    the early 1800's, but can be traced back to at least 1795. 69 The 'Lion', formerly the ' Sow and Pigs ', is a fairly modern building, but it too can be traced back to 1795. 70 The ' Railway

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ste powerful Cart Horses and Mares, yearling Cart Colt; sixflorses, Cobs, and Ponies, all good in harnes s; Sow and Pigs, Boar Pig; six ShroPobire Sheep, in or with lamb; four Goats, Poultry, about 1)0 tons of Old and New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sdin-calf Dairy Cows, two prime fatCos sixer very fresh barren Heifers, thre Carthoraee fours half-be Horses, sod Cobs, Sow and Pigs, in-pig Sow, five Pockets, t0irty-two , Shoeie Ewes sod their Lambs seventeen store Teags, and the ,Ven hl fithe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nd in-calf Iairy Cove, C tt5ftocis3. six very freosh hon-en Hleifers, thr-cc Corthorses, Ou': fc-tretd Horace, and Cobs, Sow and Pigs. in-pig Sow, five I tbre lirty-tiso Shropohire Ewes and thekir Lamnba. seventeen V- ,;od the whole of the AGRICULTURAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YOUNG CAME '.E Rick of well-gotten New HAY (to go off), Wheat Straw; 60 five-bar iron Hurdlres; Wheat; Sow and Pigs Poultry, Sheds, and a variety of Useful and Miscellatneous Items. Catalogues may be had at the place of Sale, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DAIRY and YOUN CAI'LE Rik o wel~gotenNew HAY (to go off). Whet tra: 0 fveba irn urdes Weat; Sow and Pigs Poultry, Sheds, and a variety of Useful and iselaneous Items. Catalognei may be had at the place of Sale, Subscribers-only content

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