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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names

    375, 377. Hansone , 278. Harbrede , 344. Harbye , 369. Harcootte , 253. Hardacre , 102. Hardcastell , 256. Hardgate , 2. Hardgrave , 74. Hardie , 121, 292, 361. Hardware , 353. Hardwyck , 298. Hardwyke , 151.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 April 1779, 1 April 1779

    Derby ; " and from tht Guide Poft near Barber's Fields Cupola, ¥ through Grindleford Bridge, Great Hucklaw, Tidfwell, " Hardgate, Wall as.d FairfieldXa Buxton, in the County « ot Derby." " An Aft for continuing the Term and '* Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1779, 1 April 1779

    and from the Guide " Poft near Barber's Fields Cupola, through Grin die ford " Bridge, Great Huck low, Tidjwell, Hardgate, Wall and " Fairßeld to Buxton, in the County of Derby." " 17. An Aft for continuing the Term, Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1779, 26 January 1779

    Barber's Mr. Knightley and Mr. Potays, do prepare, and bring in, Fields Cupola, through Grindleford Bridge, Great Huck- low, Tidfwell, Hardgate H'all, and Fairfield, to Buxton, in the County of Derby, ieveral Tolls and Powers were granted for repairing and Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1779, 1 February 1779

    County of Derby, and from " the Guide Poft, near Barber's Fields Cupola, through " Grindleford Bridge, Great Huckloiv, Tidfivell, Hardgate, " Wall, and Fairfield, to Buxton, in the County of " Derby: And the fame was received; and read Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1779, 5 February 1779

    Derby ; and from the Guide Pofl, near ** Barber s Fields Cupola, through Grindleford Bridge, " Great Hucklow, Tidfwell, Hardgate, Wail, and Fair- " field, to Buxton, in the County of Derby" was read a Second Time. Refolved; That- Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expences of witnesses attending to give evidence at the Old Baileywvtis 8,.590.1. 19h8d. A Correspondent, who was passing along the Hardgate, on Tcesday last, observed two wvomen and two girls travelling to town. On speiisiag to them, he was informed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unless cause be shown to thle contrary on the day of meeting.-August 30, J. landerus, Shoiediltch, oilman, Scotch Seqnesuraealos.-lt. Merter, Hardgate Dambartonshire, grocer- P. Henry and Soe, Glasgow, colitractors-W. H. PorIer MNortin Bridge, Ldinburght, cemssissinaets tgct Birtlsh.-On the 3id ilst., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tliroogls a single Biro.-E71ginecrints. Between two and four o'clock yesterday morning a great part of tho Bonaecord Distillery, situated in Hardgate, Aberdeen, was destroyed by fire, together with plant, grain, malt, and liquor in process of distilling. Tire fire was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the 47 west continues hard, with good ore. 3. Hardgate End Vein-The roofs in the 47 drift east continue hard, with good ore mixed in the vein. 4. Hardgate End Vein, 42 west-In opening out this level we find Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    191- Since my lnst the mine isa little isoproved in llardgate end vein. No. 1. Derby shaft, standing. No. 2, Hardgate end vein, opening drift 47 fathoms west, continues hard. No. 2, Hardgats end vein, roofs 47 west, good ore. Subscribers-only content

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