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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    mysteriously disappeared until Saturday, when his body was recovered. The side wall of a large grain store on the Town Quay, at Sot~tbasnpton, collapsed on Saturday, with a loud crash, which was heard a considerable distance off, cieusing much alarm. Subscribers-only content

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    any pro- c' cession. This decision was communicated to the men, who had assembled with their banners on the Town Quay. Mr. McCarthy advised them strongly to accept the position without regard to the legality of the I order. This Subscribers-only content

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    conference of leaders broke up, and by this hour there was a large body of strikers assembled at the Town Quay. An urgent representation was conveyed to Mr. Sprow that many of the men had gone hack to work in Subscribers-only content

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    District Lunatic Asylum on Tuesday, and has not yet been recaptured. Twvo electric cranes now being fitted on the Town Quay at SouthamDton are reported to have stood all tests. Their cost amounts toS2,480. The Rev. Foster Grey Blackburne. rector Subscribers-only content

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    toitl ares available for veluatle baseotent promiises of 1,811 equare feet. The Laud offered has a con~siderable fesutageeWto te Town Quay, to the Sea, and the andis itiatd t te isotin of the four moot ims- inr vle.T Coprthe n Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Barking BARKING TOWN CENTRE 1964

    the local fishing industry in 1865 . 14 By that time other industries were beginning to develop, near the town quay and also at Creekmouth , and the town's first railway line had been opened, linking it with London .

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    New Forest Lodge

    (1832): 401 Lodge Number (1863): 319 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Private Room, Town Quay, Lymington, Hampshire 1814 Nag's Head, High Street, Lymington, Hampshire 1823 Masonic Hall, Quay Street, Lymington, Hampshire 1835 Bugle Hotel,


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