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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham. [171 W OLVERHAMPTON RACES.-Any Information as to the Persons who grievously assaulted the Toll-Gate Keepers at the Bileton Street Gate, Wolverhampton, at the last Wolverbamp. ton Races, will be thankfully received, and may be addreasedto A. A. A., Post Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Point thereon forty-five chains or thereabouts north of the junction of Clegg's Lane with the Halton turnpileeroad at Street Gate, in am field called Clover Field, belonging to Lo~rd Kenyon, ansi in tire olccupa- tion of Hacnor Grundy, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a point thereon forty-deso cisains or tlsereabouta north of the Junction of CMeg&' Lane with the Hutton tuveclko coasata Street Gate, inn Slold naleod Clover Field, belonglag to Lord Kenopn, asset In tlen occupa- tion of Hseenor Grundy, and termocnating Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlate Ednmund Streetl. _______ ~I LUINCGIt ACIINE i-.esnd-harldl. for Sale, urn :oinne; go,;d tworki ..order.-C. - les Taylor, Larholomiew Street Gate )AVTNT Spiral Sclfcentceittg Lathc Clunk: lat~est maxchine- ~ I uO "'C'NINGlitbe: tin, centrc.-Charles Taylor, Biar- 1tolaciew Swerm t-cm Edlnictd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York, called or known by the Names of liolme Lane Gate, Wisket Hill Gate, 3'ong Lane End Gate, Gildersotne Street Gate, Ting. ley Gate, Woodhouse Lane Gate, Carr Gate, and Enow Hill Gate, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION fV the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, July 1522, 01 July 1522-31 July 1522

    6 s . 8 d . Costs at Newcastle for the conveyance of artillery from the Westgate, Pylgra[me ] Street Gate, and elsewhere, to the "wyndas" at the haven side, to be put in the ship. To porters, for carrying

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