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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hope Bowdler HOPE BOWDLER c. 1842

    Dept. inf. rep. C91/103. Cal. Inq. Misc . i, p. 609. H.W.R.O.(H.), HD 2/14/28 . Below, econ. hist. e.g. Upper Ho ., Hope Bowdler , and Lower Fm ., Ragdon : below, manors. Hearth Tax 1672 , 183. Timber framing

    Parishes Dowdeswell

    Dowdeswell ), Thos. Child (the rector), Ric., John, and Robert Rogers (probably brothers of Wm. Rogers., the first of Upper Ho . and the third of Sandywell), and John Rogers , Wm. Okey, and Ric. Hibberd (copyhold tenants). Below. Glos.

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    low(er) town, Lower Madeley , replanned as dist. centre of Telford new town, upper town, tumbrel, tunnels, Tweedale , Upper Ho ., U.S.D., vestry, Villa, the, wake, ward of Wenlock boro., dist. cttee., water supply, Wesleyan circuit, woodland, workho., Madeley

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    Court , Stoke Gorse, Stoke St. Milborough Lodge , Thrift, the, q.v . Toot Lane, see Brown Clee hill Upper Ho ., Weston hill, q.v . Stoke-upon-Trent (Staffs.) , and see Hanley ; Stoke-on-Trent Stokes, G. M. , and see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the species over whom they possess them. One of the most amusing speakers, and cleverest men, in the Upper Ho use, is Lord Ring. Lord Goderich said of him, that he seemed to think their Lordships House a repository Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c2668, HOUSR and SHOPPIZS to'be LElT, with Kmil Power.-5 la Edwased Street, Parad, c2OOl I ¶TO keMBT, LIght SROPPINLI,15. Upper Ho oklorStreot.02 0 e SHOT, suitable for any btmalneMs Gas and Tixtures T X I"O223,Loweor Loaveaday S treet. cm40 TPPER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hamplton Row (the mast . Greptnblwan apt, aide, between Tower Street Stret He arnd New John Street Whcle .. Upper Ho st P oLL, BOTH eno Der Himu*llero ltdoi (w roltit . OLL GOOt U '. Al In New John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and will hardly reach the Peers until the last days of the session, if it ever gets to. the Upper Ho use at all. There is, therefore, a long period of enforced idleness before the House of Lords. This is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS ~JN ~ -Wiitt~l. , irtovallla s. Uaproveri, and W ApJlD OUiimi jnil tirkir, 42. Xew trt'et. ed729 ---,f~_V~t~, jnnd.t~.arip~the experlenced Young IF... tili la'ty Drapivi an-1 T.-.iiiiiig Trade.- Al LAereimnl!5tj I ti u: lietStrt. W.A1vcrhampton. cU ',s oIe Subscribers-only content

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