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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burslem Buildings, manors and estates BURSLEM TOWN CENTRE c. 1960

    name Longport was adopted in 1777 , 29 the year when the canal was completed. Several factories, some with large houses attached, were built there, the earliest c . 1773. 30 Princes Square, near the site of the later Longport

    Burslem Local government, economic history and social life

    two under-constables for Burslem , a constable for Longport , and another for Cobridge were appointed. In addition three watchmen were engaged for Burslem for the winter months and one each for Longport , Brownhills , and Cobridge . 33

    List of illustrations, maps and plans

    Horace Barks Reference Library, Stoke Central Library " 167 Architecture of the Pottery Industry: " 172 Master potter's house at Longport and the adjoining works (photographs by Margaret Tomlinson , 1960) The Boundary Works, Longton (photograph by the National Buildings

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Schools

    1878. Jackfield C. Infants' School, 134 Jackfield St. 1904 Took infants from Park Road School. Longport C. Junior and Infants' School, 135 Longport Rd., Longport 1875 Girls and infants until 1893 when it became mixed and infants. Nursery department by

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Introduction NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME BOUNDARY EXTENSION

    , followed a north-easterly course through Queen Street , Brampton , May Bank , Wolstanton , Port Hill , and Longport to Burslem . A third line went from Pool Dam to Silverdale . 75 In 1886 the abandonment of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, February 1676, 1-15, 01 February 1676-28 February 1676

    10 l . each set upon William Porter, of the parish of St. Paul's in Canterbury, weaver, Henry Mason of Longport, Kent, cordwainer and Richard Ellis of St. Mary Breddin [Bredman ] , in Canterbury, labourer, who were convicted of

    James II - volume 2, July 1686, 01 July 1686-31 July 1686

    his Majesty's proclamation of pardon. Peter Perry we find excepted. George Parviot of Longport, blacksmith, we conceive to be excepted by the name of George Parrior of Longport, but we know not nor can learn what evidence is against either Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 January 1686-31 May 1687

    Langham , Sarah, pardon to Langhorne , Richard Thomas Langley (Langly), Elizabeth, recusant of Haconby widow, recusant of Abingdon Langport (Longport), co. Somerset Langridge , John, recusant of Hastings Langston , Thomas, military commission to Langton , co. Leicester bis Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 6 December 1830, 06 December 1830-06 December 1830

    the Table. Labourers Wages, Petition from Tunstall, & c. respecting. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Tunstall, Burslem, Longport, Cobridge, Hanley, Shelton, Etruria, Stoke, Lane End , and Lane Delph , in the Staffordshire Potteries, whose Names are

    General Index, L, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    Bramhall, John. Long , Mr. Robert letter of Long Acre , London Longdon-upon-Terne , Salop Longman , Thomas, petition of Longport , Kent Long Sound , Norway Lonn , Henry, bond of Lonsdale , co. Lancaster Lookup , Ewfame, [Euphemia Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    branches of our national manufac- tures. This young man, with another, was sent to the umanufactory of Messrs. Davenport, of Longport, to learn the art of pottingf and it was generally un- derstood they were to return to Egypt in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strong, principally from the provinces, and there was no lack of more fashionably attired visitors. Messrs Davenport and Co., of Longport, Staffordshire, have set a most liberal ex- ample to the large employers of labour, by sending up 200 of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was cid -formerly a member of the Liv~erpool Police Force, anid has r'a0 latterly beesi employed as a -watchiman at Longport Bail- in way Station, was charged with stealing a, haie of cloth, a ,e- chest of tea, and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    benefit of o the crcditurs.-]kcssrs. Dean, Lowe, and Machsin, ltellgnieers, Stoke, sued Messrs. Gaskell and Gro- cott, cartlenwa re manufacturers, Longport, for £9. .s 10g. 8d., for gootla suPplied. Mr. Boddan was for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Richardson for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    filther 7. lie Isis host, -ansi out the 15th August, 1881, she left thcs boat isee ster Cthe isridge at Longport to go to a shops to buy swseets. site 'his niet A weoctiar, wtoaseked leer to get leer ahiattsyvorith Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1825, 13 May 1825

    County of Stafford; and for lighting, regulating the Police and watching the said Town of Burslem and the Vills of Longport, Cobridge, Sneyd Green, and Parts adjacent, " in the Parish of Burslem;" to which they desire the Concurrence of Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1825, 27 May 1825

    next, on account of severe Indisposition. " Police and watching the said Town of Burslem, and " the Vills of Longport, Cobridge, Sneyd Green and " Parts adjacent, in the Parish of Burslem." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1825, 30 May 1825

    and for lighting, regu- " lating the Police, and watching the said Town of " Burslem, and the Vills of Longport, Cobridge, Sneyd " Green, and Parts adjacent, in the Parish of Burslem," was committed. The Earl of Shaftesbury made Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1825, 31 May 1825

    County of Stafford, and for lighting, regulating the Police, and watching the said Town of Burslem, and the Vills of Longport, Cobridge, Sneyd Green and Parts adjacent, in the Parish of Burslem." The Question was put, " Whether this Bill Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1825, 10 June 1825

    ; and for lighting, regulating the Police and " watching the said Town of Burslem, and the Vills of " Longport, Cobridge, Sneyd Green, and Parts adjacent, " in the Parish of Burslem .-" "An Act for better paving " Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SMYTHE, Richard (1565-1628), of Leeds Castle, Kent.

    John, the heir, succeeded to Westenhanger, Thomas acquired Bitborough and Sutton-at-Hone, and Robert, who was to die prematurely, settled at Longport. (The youngest, Simon, also died young, being killed on the Cadiz expedition of 1596). Richard, who received Newchurch under

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Help me through

    (I am here presented to your view) [Grocery trade, Butchers, Packaging, butcher, fruiterer, greengrocer, pork butcher, poulterer] s I am liere presented to your Tiew? Btruffglittg this world to? get through. YcuT partoage I orave^? your orders I requke Subscribers-only content

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