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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dawley Communications

    industrial routes were the wooden railways built c . 1755-6 to link the Coalbrookdale Co.'s new Horsehay furnaces to their mines in Ketley and Lawley and to Coalbrookdale itself. That from Ketley and Lawley was 16 ft. wide and entered

    Madeley Education

    and schools in 18 th- and early 19thcentury Coalbrookdale and Madeley Wood. 67 A schoolroom near Sunniside was mentioned in Abraham Darby (II)'s will of 1763, 68 and succeeding managers of the Coalbrookdale Co. provided schools and Sunday schools. 69

    Lawley Church

    of ease was completed on a site given by the Coalbrookdale Co. and Lord Forester . 69 Building costs were borne by Henry Dickinson , a partner in the Coalbrookdale Co., 70 Mrs. Mary Jones ( née Darby ), 71

    Madeley Coalbrookdale, Coalport and Ironbridge

    the lower part of Coalbrookdale and westwards along the Severn . Lincoln Hill on the east side of Coalbrookdale is a spectacular outcrop of Silurian limestone. 5 The steep slopes of the Severn Gorge and of Coalbrookdale are geologically unstable

    Lawley Economic history

    went to Horsehay in the 1760s and 1770s, 16 and in 1793 coal was being sent to Coalbrookdale . 17 In 1806 the Coalbrookdale Co. had the mineral rights on Lawley common and Joseph Reynolds & Co. those around Newdale.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Mr MI'Kean and Mr John Spicer. From Stourbridge, R. W. Scott, Esq., M.P., and the Rev. John Richards. From Coalbrookdale, Mr Abraham. There were also deputies from Darlaston and other towns. Joshua Scholefield, Esq., M.P., William Scholefleld, Esq.; Samuel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parish, and a large building for the education of 500 children at Stepney. Yesterday week an inquest was held at Coalbrookdale over one William Maybury, a youth of 18, who had placed his head under a forge-hammer, for the purpose Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. J. S. Walker, ditto; W. Brook, Huddersfield; J. Cheetham, Stalybridge; J. T. Crook, Liverpool; W. Riwson, Manochester; A. Darby, Coalbrookdale; J. Dixon, Carlisle; W. Morris, Halifax; P. Platt. Stalvbridge; T. Plint, Leeds; A. W. Paulton, Bolton; W. A. Giriner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAINTING, SCULPTURE, ARCHITECTURE, ENGRAVING, ONE SHILLING MONTHLY. CONTAINING 24 PAGES Oll 84 COLUMNS, EXTENSIVELY ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS. THE ART-UNION, MONTHLY JOURNAL OF THE FINE ARTS; THE ARTS DECORATIVE AND ORNAMENTAL; AND RECORD OF BRITISH MANUFACTURE. ESTABLISHEI IN XANUARY, 1839, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of businesos. [Chidley, Guild I Il c abers, Basingbaol street. T. Wright, Longton, Staffordlshire, groer. [Smith, Birmingham. esuY B. Wright, Coalbrookdale, Shropslesre, easels proprietor. [Gordon, Sthrsbr. G. Etpos, Droitsich, Woresotershire, salt manoalturer. [Jones, Worcester. H. Gore, Cheltenham, plumber. [Bromley and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 May 1772, 25 May 1772

    the Banks of the River Severn, between Bewd- " ley Bridge and a Place called The Meadow Wharf at " Coalbrookdale, for haling and drawing Veffels along " the faid River ; and for other Purpofes therein men- " tioned Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1772, 26 May 1772

    Banks of the River Severn, be- " tween Bewdley Bridge and a Place called the Mea- " Sow Wharf at Coalbrookdale, for haling and drawing " Veffels along the faid River ; and for other Purpofes " therein mentioned." Hodie Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1772, 28 May 1772

    Banks of the River Severn, be- " tween Betvdley Bridge and a Place called The Mea- " dow Wharf at Coalbrookdale, for haling and drawing 'c Veffels along the faid River; and for other Pur- " pofes therein mentioned." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1772, 28 May 1772

    on the Banks of the River Severn, between Bewdley M Bridge and a Place called The Meadow Wharf, at " Coalbrookdale, for haling and drawing Vefiels along " the faid River; and for other Purpofes therein *' mentioned," was committed: Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1830, 22 June 1830

    Boston, Spalding, South Spilsby, Homcastle, Staines, Newport {Monmouth¬ shire,) Monmouth, Chepstow, Diss, Northampton, Tow- cester, Wellingborough, Daventry, Wellington {Shropshire,) Shiffnal, Coalbrookdale, Bridgenorth, Wenlock, Trowbridge, Wells, Frome, Wiveliscombe, Wellington (Somerset,) Taunton, Leek, Congleton, Halesworth, Sudbury, Stow Market, Reigate, Croydon, Dorking, Rye, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 29 March 1830, 29 March 1830-29 March 1830

    Ordered , That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Coalbrookdale: Upon reading the Petition of the Retail Tradesmen and Shopkeepers residing in the Mining District of Coalbrookdale and its Vicinity, in the Cou nty of Shropshire , whose

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 22 June 1830, 22 June 1830-22 June 1830

    South Spilsby, Horncastle, Staines, Newport ( Monmouthshire ,) Monmouth, Chepstow, Diss, Northampton, Towcester, Wellingborough, Daventry, Wellington ( Shropshire ,) Shiffnal, Coalbrookdale, Bridgenorth, Wenlock, Trowbridge, Wells, Frome, Wiveliscombe, Wellington ( Somerset ,) Taunton, Leek, Congleton, Halesworth, Sudbury, Stow Market, Reigate, Croydon,

    Index, C

    , Abbey of, 261. Cluny , Abbot of, 261. Clynton (Cleyton), Richard, 66 7, 69, 180. Coal mines , 433. Coalbrookdale [Salop ] . See Colebrook. Cobb , Geoffrey (son of Sir Wm.), letter from, 416. Cobb , Sir William,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 3 May 1830, 03 May 1830-03 May 1830

    of Shropshire ;-of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers and others of Wellington ;-of Retail Tradesmen and Shopkeepers residing in the mining districts of Coalbrookdale ; -and, of Manufacturers, Tradesmen, Shopkeepers and others, Inhabitants of Heaton Norris ,-were presented, and read; praying, That the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 24 May 1830, 24 May 1830-24 May 1830

    Margate, Deal, Boston, Spalding, South Spilsby, Horncastle, Staines, Newport (Monmouth), Monmouth, Chepstow, Diss, Northampton, Towcester, Wellingborough, Daventry, Wellington (Shropshire), Shiffnal, Coalbrookdale, Bridgnorth, Wenlock, Trowbridge, Wells, Frome, Wiveliscombe, Wellington (Somerset), Taunton, Leek, Congleton, Halesworth, Sudbury, Stow Market, Reigate, Croydon, Dorking, Rye,

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    A view of the upper works at Coalbrook Dale,..., 1758

    A view of the upper works at Coalbrook Dale,... [industry/industrial production] Various factories and houses on a hill, most with smoking chimneys; a boat on a river bend to the right, with six horses harnessed in a line, drawing

    A view of the upper works at Coalbrook Dale,..., 1758

    A view of the upper works at Coalbrook Dale,... [industry/industrial production] Various factories and houses on a hill, most with smoking chimneys; a boat on a river bend to the right, with six horses harnessed in a line, drawing

    South West Prospect of Coalbrook Dale, and the Adjacent County, 1758

    South West Prospect of Coalbrook Dale, and the Adjacent County [forge/foundry] Landscape with clouds of steam emanating from gorge at left with trees surrounding, buildings with surrounding walls on hill at right, a man driving three laden horses towards

    South West Prospect of Coalbrook Dale, and the Adjacent County, 1758

    South West Prospect of Coalbrook Dale, and the Adjacent County [forge/foundry] Landscape with clouds of steam emanating from gorge at left with trees surrounding, buildings with surrounding walls on hill at right, a man driving three laden horses towards

 

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