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  • * British History Online *

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    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    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 Walls-end, Lambton 19/9 Wylam 28/6 Do. Russell's rescreened 18/6 Wall's-end,

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 27 March 1830

    73 Mar. 28, 1829. Glasgow Liddell's Main 41 41 G. R. Frieake W. 75 April 13, 1829. Ad. Rowley Tanfield Lea 110 80 190 Geo. Thing 77 Dec. 22, 1829. Jemima Jarrow Low Main 52 93 146 Harry Gibbons 78

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 05 April 1830

    Pelaw 24 24 Percy Main Bewick and Co. W.E. 31 34 Charlotte Main 24 25 Pont op and Garesfield Tanfield Lea 22 - Pontop 20 20 Seghill Carr and Co.'s W.E. 24 - Sheriff Hill Ellision Main 22 24 Springwell

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    0 1 Seghill 175 2 2 Sheriff Hill 222 2 47 Shipcote 13,574 1 97 Tanfield 22,560 0 32 Tanfield Lea 8,585 0 80 Townley 26,276 3 1 Townley & Tanfield 78 0 2 Usworth 304 3 8 Wade's Eighton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frosterley, near Bishop Auckhlnd, on Saturday, to I Black Dyke; 2nd, West. Hartlepool Old Operatic- 3rd, Hartiepool Temperance; 4th, Tanfield Lea; Si,' Cousett Ironworks. Medals were awarded to J. Paley for cornet, to S. Newton for euphonium-both of Black Dyke; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are interred T_<- death took place at a late hour on Thursday . • ! Mr Thomas Pringle, of Tanfield Lea, at _ ij- of 76 years, Mr Pringle was a _______ n _i» . ted servant of Mea___s James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been two funerals at Tanfield Churchyard, one being from Red Row, neaxly two miles away, and the other from Tanfield Lea, three-quarters of a mile distant. Defendant's licensed promises stood in close proximity to the ohuroh gates, and immediately after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAY Btu, 1637. Following Bands have entered : - Black Dyke Mitts, Hartlepool Operatic. Hartlepool Tem- perance, Consett Ironworks, Tanfield Lea, arid South Derwent. 7 CHAPMAN AND PROUD, Secretaries. NOTICE.- The .North Orniesby and Middles- brough Brass Band (Conductor Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAY Bth, 1897. Following Bands have entered : - Black Dyke Mills, Hartlepool Operatic. Hartlepool Tem- perance, Consett Ironworks, Tanfield Lea, arid South Derwent. 7 CHAPMAN AND PROUD, Secretaries. "VJ OTICE.- The .North Ormesby and Midtlles- il brough Brass Band Subscribers-only content

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