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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wiltshire Victoria County History Committee

    Natural History Society The Revd. Canon W. J. Cratchley Representing the Bishop of Bristol Mr. R. B. Pugh Representing the Central Committee of the Victoria County History Co-opted Members Professor T. S. Ashton , f.b.a. Mr. R. V. Lennard Professor

    Wiltshire VCH committee

    Bishop of Salisbury The Revd. Canon J. W. Cratchley Representing the Bishop of Bristol Mr. R. B. Pugh Representing the Central Committee of the Victoria County History Co-opted Members Professor T. S. Ashton , F.B.A. Mr. R. V. Lennard Mr.

    Wiltshire VCH committee

    1949 also the Central Committee of the Victoria County History Canon W. J. Barton Representing the Bishop of Salisbury Canon C. F. Harman Representing the Bishop of Bristol Mr. A. Taylor Milne (resigned 1949) Representing the Central Committee of the

    Wiltshire VCH committee

    R. B. Pugh Representing the Records Branch of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, and after 1949 also the Central Committee of the Victoria County History Canon W. J. Barton (died 1955) Representing the Bishop of Salisbury The Revd.

    List of illustrations

    in the Central Library, Westgate " 301 George Street , c . 1900. Photograph by F. A. Bellamy in the Central Library, Westgate " 301 The canal basin in 1901 . Photograph by H. W. Taunt in the Central Library,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r adroddiad sydd dan sylw. Yn mis Awst diweddaf anfonwyd dau filwr i Newgate i aros eu prawf yn y Central Criminal Court, am ladd eu corporals-un o Aldershott, a'r hall o Devonport. Yr oedd v Ilofruddiad a gymerodd le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " 9, Calle Lista, Sevilla, ESpana, i "Mawrth 23ainj 1870.- ' Anwyl a charedio: Frodyr,--Yr ydym ni, zaelodau( Cymanta Gyffredinol (Central, Consietory) Eglwys Bro- e testariaidd yr Hispaeer, mewn undeb A chwi yn mhroffes' 9 eyr efengyl, ac yn yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rwynmcdigr ac unid oddefol ary Bwrdd Yss- gol i tyn cael y plant i' 1y s,,olianr Mae lkon- 9 coqformist Central -Comminttee wedi eyfarfod a ddydd Llun diweddsf yn Birminghrn an wedi fl datgan fod y Llywodraeth wedi metbui symud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mae Archesgob York wedi derbyn y swydd -o is. l jywyidd y Central Association, er atal gwerthiant diodvdd meddwl ar y Sabbath. Mae nifer y ilongddry]liadau am y flwyddyn, bre- senol, i fyny i'r 17cg, yn 1933, o ba rai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fwy nag unwaith, nes o'r diwedd ei gynhyrfu i raddau eithafoi. Cyfarfu y ddau at'u giiydd yn mynodfa y Grand Central H~otel, saethodd Stokes of fel y bunfarw mown yehydig oriau. Cymorwyd y fllofrudd i'r carchar yn y fan; end Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 May 1794, 19 May 1794

    may * fhortly be poured in upon us. Let us form dien * another Brit iß Convention; we have a Central * Situation in our View, which we believe would 4 be moil convenient for the whole Ifland; but ' Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1801, 15 June 1801

    are kept alive by Expectations of a French Invafion, which they know to be ftrongly urged at Paris by their Central Committee in Foreign Parts, defcribed in the laft Report of your Committee, and by diffe¬ rent Defcriptions of Men Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1803, 9 June 1803

    made from " the Committee appointed by that Houfe, to whom " the Survey and Report of the Coafts and Central " Highlands of Scotland, made by the Command of the " Right Honourable the Lords Commiffioners of His " Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1803, 20 June 1803

    Lord Pelham laid before the Houfe, " A Copy " of a Report on a Survey of the Coafts and Central " Highlands of Scotland," purfuant to an Addrefs to His Majefty of the 25th of May laft. And the Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1810, 19 February 1810

    Reprefentations which Mr. Stuart was direaed to make to Perfons in Authority in Spain, on the For¬ mation of a Central Government in that Country, and on the Appointment of a Commander in Chief to the Spaniß Armies ; with Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    The formation of the London Workingmen's Association

    on foot and on the 10 of June they published a paper headed thus. 'At a General Meeting of the Central Committee of the Metropolitan Radical Unions (there were no such unions in existence F.P.) held at the True Sun

    Evidences, 1882, City and Guilds Technical Institute (continued)

    be pursued at the Central Institution, the experience that has been gained during many years in the working of the French and German schools will undoubtedly prove serviceable; but it may be confidently expected that the Central Institution as a

    Evidences, 1882, City and Guilds Technical Institute

    Science and Art Department." And then, at page 11, he speaks of the great importance of the establishment of a central institution for the training and supply of teachers, and for the advanced instruction of students of exceptional capacity. "The

    London Workingmen's Association, Further papers

    be elected by ballot, the undernamed members of the Central Committee shall hold the offices set opposite their respective names provisionally: Feargus O'Connor, Treasurer John Russell, Secretary. Resolved That the Central Committee do continue to use all its energies in

    British History Online

    F.R.S., Professor Huxley, F.R.S., and Mr. H. Trueman Wood. Suggestions. (1) Central Institute. (2) Local Schools. All the reports agreed in suggesting the establishment in London of a Central Institution or Technical University in London for training technical teachers and

 

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