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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Botteslow

    mentioned as in the hands of H. H. Williamson in 1862 ( Slater's Com. Dir . 1862) and of the Chatterley Iron Co. between at least 1877 and 1888: Rep. Insp. Mines, 1877 [C. 2003 ] , p. 32, H.C.

    Tunstall TUNSTALL c. 1960

    Newchapel was mentioned in 1664 . 79 In addition to these three, the present roads from Tunstall and Sandyford to Chatterley Station and the two from Goldenhill leading west over Harecastle Hill into Ravenscliffe were all in existence by 1775

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Buildings and castle

    , Clayton , Hanford , and Whitmore , (ii) Hanley , (iii) Longton , (iv) Fenton , (v) Tunstall with Chatterley and Normacot , and (vi) Bradwell with Thursfield. 147 When the service was recorded in 1236 , the tenants

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Local government and public services

    supply to cover, in addition to Newcastle , Trentham , Stoke-upon-Trent , Keele , Wolstanton , Silverdale , Knutton , Chatterley , and Chesterton . 328 Under powers conferred by a local Act of 1877, 329 the corporation bought the

    Index

    210, 216, 234 Chase , John, 18, 23 Chatterley , Chas., 153; Ephraim, 153, 154, 331; Mary (w. of Ephraim), 153; Mary Ann , m. Wm. Bishop, 153; fam., 144, 149 Chatterley , in Wolstanton , 13, 84, 86, 87

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ychydig oddiwrth th effeithiau ei lafur yn y Gynhadledd Addysg. Lladdwyd tri o bersonau trwy ffrwydrad berwed- Y ydd yn Chatterley, Swydd Stafbrd, ychydig ddydd. id iau yn ol. y Y mae Mazzini newydd ysgrifenu Ilythyr at gyfail o'r carchar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r glQch boren ddyId LUun diweddaf, deallwyd fod tanchwa wadi digwydd yg ngwaith glo Chatterley, Burslem, Swydd Stafford, a chan fed hysbysrwydd yn cael si daena fod y gweith- wyr-17 mewn nifer-oeddynt i lawr ar y pryd wedi au lladd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not see her lrltstactd ; s1le hioweversawMIrs. Chatterley trirpirin-aldrrn, and fired at tihe siglM she fles after her, demaniding- to lrllor- what riolit she had tn be vsiti her hus- rand? Sire. Chatterley vouclistifed lier n` ieplf. They arrived atthle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE. srciipal Choraetees by Mleases r. Hobson, I H. White, .eslie, Vincent, Franks, Rinses *MDfrs Chatterley, Miss P. tonor, and Miss Mansion. After whsich the Comic Drama of TtIE P151ST RIGHT.- Principal Characters by Messrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and original Farce will bo produced on Monday the 30th of tlarcls, in which tir Wright, Mr Paul Bedford, Iers Chatterley, 3 iss Arden. and Miss Laidlaw, wl1 peofsrm. IL YCEUM THEATRE ROYAL. LY cE Lessee, tilr Charles Dillon. On Subscribers-only content

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