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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Morestead

    he held from the dean and chapter of Winchester , as of their manor of Barton formerly Chilcomb . 12 Carnegie , Earl of Northesk. Or an eagle sable with a naval crown or on his breast and the word

    Townships Hundersfield

    of twelve members elected by four wards, the district being formed into an independent township. At Littlebo rough is a Carnegie free library. The valley has been named the ' Happy Valley '; Manch. Guard. N. and Q . no.

    Teddington Local government

    . 90 The council started a libra ry and reading room in Broad Street in 1900 and in 1906 the Carnegie library in Waldegrave Road was opened. 91 By 1930 it had 10,000 books in the lending department and 1,000

    Hanwell Local government

    1898 , 38 and had 34 acres of parks by 1926 , as well a s 749 allotments. 39 The Carnegie public library next to the municipal offices was opened in 1905 . In 1917 the council took over an

    Townships Levenshulme

    afterwards became an urban district council of twelve members, but they have recently agreed to incorporation with Manchester . A Carnegie free library was opened in 1904 . John Ellor Taylor, a native of the township, 1837-95 , has a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am gynal cyfarfodydd yn neuadd Car- negie, yn ninas New York ar brydnawniaa Suliau yr haf dyfodol. Y mae neuadd Carnegie yn nghanolbarth y dref, ac yn agos i'r eglwysi mwyaf aristocrataidd ynddi. Oherwydd hyny, cododd Dr. R. S McArthur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dd General yn ddyt tievd. wio gal rzi la y 'Pt-vow~ of Reviews~' ceir y.sgrif diyddorol ar yn it Atdlrc2w Carnegie, yr Ysgntiadl adinabyddus fel nel m ' nillioslailO 'owdi enill yr (all o'i gyfoeth drwy ei Nic thu a1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cou'rt condemned a mcan to be hanlrged for dlefendin1g himese~f." TheJuries recovered their dignity and importance, in the case of Carnegie of Finhaven, wvhere a verdict of not guilty was returned; but reference must be made to theb'book itself, page Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Annza, eldeat daughter of the late Christopher Foss, Esq.. 1dortsnar street. On the 14th nit, at Naples, Sir 3ases Carnegie, of Sorthesk, Bart. to Char- ltte5 second dagtghter of the Rev. Daniel LYSCDS, of Eempsted court, Glocester. DIED. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Calvert, J.A ....... A Calsert, N.........N Campbell, A ........ N Campbell, Hon. G. P. A Campbell,J......... Campbell, W.F. ... Carnegie, Sir .... N Carrington, SirC. E. N Carter, J 3........A CeGrwri;lIt, W. R.. . N Castlereagh, Viz..... x Cavendish, Subscribers-only content


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