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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sapperton Introduction

    Upper Dorvel House and Beechanger, built for themselves by the brothers Ernest and Sidney Barnsley (both d. 1926), and the Leasowes , built by their colleague Ernest Gimson (d. 1919). The houses were built at the beginning of the 20th

    Parishes Worminghall

    of Clapham , who died in 1777 . 61 The next owner was his son Edward Horne 62 of the Leasowes , Halesowen , who was living in the early 19th century. 63 His son and heir Edward died in

    Holdgate HOLDGATE , SHIPTON , AND STANTON LONG c. 1800

    the lane from Stanton Long to Holdgate , on the central ridge where it descended south to the brook. The Leasowes and New Buildings stood among fields to the east, the smithy and two cottages c . 300 m. along

    Walsall Education

    , Blakenall Heath , in 1971 . 70 St. Paul's School , Shaw 's Leasowes . There was an Anglican Sunday school at Shaw 's Leasowes in 1840 , and a day school connected with St. Paul's Church had been

    The borough of Warwick Charities for the poor

    and to support the poor generally. A decree of 1734 established a trust, and in 1749 land known as Baxter's Leasowes in Budbrooke was purchased. By 1826 apprentices were nominated by the vicar and churchwardens in each parish, and were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Northwich, the Worsley collieries and tun- nels, the Rock Light-house and fort, with the remains of submarine forests at Leasowes and Crosby; in addition to which a swift steam-boat has been placed at the disposal of the meeting for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the sideboard at Stowe. But why sing so doleful a. ditty? My heart shall still glisten with glee, Whilst I gaze at this star and this pretty Blue ribbon I tie round my knee. Leasowes, Backs, Feb. 2nd, 1842. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sup- plied, I placed inscriptions of my own composition, in the manner, as I flattered myself, of Shenstone's at the Leasowes. Thinking it the grandest thing in the world to be at the head of some literary institu- tion, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thre Gleavetoane in the Cloisters. BY the Anthor of 'Ashley.' ITE. Rachmel, Lady Russell. By Sir Nathaniel. IV. `heistOune at Leasowes. By IV. Charles Kent. V. Madnmes da Barry. Vt. CraigLuceCastle. PartIL By3MrsaBuoSby. VII. Religisus Noeres. ByEB P. Rewoell. VILE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .TJust rublished, crown 8vo, cloth lettered, lOs, PHYSICAL, HISTORICAL AND MJLIT-RY GEOGRAPHY. FROM THE SEVENTH FRENCH EDITION OF TH. LXVALLEE, LATE PROFESSOR OF MILITARY HISTORY AND STATISTICS AT THE MILITARY SCHOOL OF SAINT-CYR. Edited, with Additions and Corrections, by Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1829, 3 April 1829

    Bilt- With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for making an Em- " bankment on the North-west Side of the Leasowes in " the Townships of Wallasey and Great Meols, in the " County of Chester, to prevent the further Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1829, 7 April 1829

    es? JEftZ/a, intituled, " An Act for y " making an Embankment on the North-west Side of the Embankment " Leasowes in the Townships of Wallasey and Great Ba'" reiul " Mtfofc, in the County of Chester, to prevent the Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1829, 8 April 1829

    whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for making BUI- " an Embankment on the North-west Side of the " Leasowes in the Townships of Wallasey and Great " Meols, in the County of Chester, to prevent the further " Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1829, 9 April 1829

    vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for " making an Embankment on the North-west Side of the " Leasowes in the Townships of Wallasey and Great Meols, in the County of Chester, to prevent the further Encroachment of Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1829, 10 April 1829

    Bil1- To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for making an * Embankment on the North-west Side of the Leasowes " in the Townships of Wallasey and Great Meols, in the " County of Chester, to prevent the further Subscribers-only content

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