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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lilleshall Public services

    from the Granville colliery. Mains were first laid at Lilleshall , Muxton , and Donnington in 1906 from the duke of Sutherland 's new works at Lilleshall (with a reservoir at Lilleshall Hill ). 11 Mains at Donnington Wood were

    Townships Singleton

    the name of Brockholes ; and ultimately Mains , like Claughton , was devised to a relative by marriage, and has thus descended to its present owner, Mr. W. J. Fitzherbert-Brockholes . MAINS HALL stands in a pleasant situation close

    Corrigenda to volumes I-XII

    210 a , line 13 from end, omit 'Sir' " " 214 b , line 8, for 'Morris' read ' Mains ' " " 226 a , s.v . Baynton, (Sir) Edw., for ' 1545 ' read ' 1544 '

    Dawley Public services

    Old Park , Dark Lane, and Hinkshay, which were not served by gas mains, the streets were lit by oil lamps from c . 1922. 92 Mains electricity reached Dawley c . 1934 93 and electric street lamps replaced the

    Stirchley

    serve the indus tries in Stirchley . 23 Public services came to Stirchley comparatively early for such a small village. Mains electricity was provided c . 1933 24 and the village pump and private wells were replaced by a piped

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i bob Prydeiniwr doimlo yn gynes tuag ato. Mor fuan ag y dringodd y cwmni o'r agerlong i fwrdd y Mains, ymgasglent o amgylch y negro hwn a safai yn fyfyriol wrth ochr Mr. Thomas Livingstone-mab y teitbiwr enwog a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the said decree. Every Creditor holding any security is to produce Ithe same before the Vice Chancellor, Sir Richard Mains, at his Chambers, situated No. 3, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, Midelesex, on Monday, the 7th day of June, 1875, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dawiiwd Dafytdd 'IiY: flaenor yn Tsbor, a W. fabiSoni' a H. Walker'yn- 'eglwys Sesesneo; Coedlake. i(3.): Faa bllwilyu 'brawf? L. Mains, Carmel; i fyny; ;1lis y swrYdgion eg~ig.? ,arei'achos-i:-ddyfod- i. Tojmann-y-mnr..-(4) rFod' y Parcb.-E. Boberts ynjymnadael O'rsir,_a rhqdd'yd ithyir a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    __ ~u~cnta botb &r. e -' , I . .i Y FASNAOH YD. - Golwtg ffaitio1l add ar y c~ydns yn parhau. Y WYO mwy .afyly i rew wneitluir niwed i r egin. Kid yayw wedi nyied yn rhy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cirtainly in- Orthtiaand a-rcin-egino'we tfund onrly ddice,; that thie Frnc Ij&*bl eat~ectdeti theiet rettteat ffredn thart:.place: 'sog-' the night, bywthkh Mains the; s~e~va ;d'iiss~s wincht itt wasar, intention ,toliberate, wererssafely" 'r ite. d wiit us; jhe.fO t iaBs been still' Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 April 1719, 16 April 1719

    *' quifitions pofi Mortem, and Proceedings of Courfe in " the Court of Wards, fuch as Liveries, Oufler le " Mains, Premier Seifms, Proofs of Age, Tenures of " Lands, and Services thereof, together with Pro- T ceedings in Cafes Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1759, 26 March 1759

    Lordfhips " Ihould feem meet:" As alfo upon the Anfwer of Agnes Simpfon Widow of John Givan the Younger of Mains put in to the faid Appeal; and due Confide¬ ration had of what was offered on either Side in Subscribers-only content

    13 November 1761, 13 November 1761

    GeorgeD- Hamilton James Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, and his Tutors Cochrane!" for their Intereft, and of James Pinkerton in Mains of Fairninife, and William Pinkerton, Sons of the deceafed James Pinkerton Tenant in Chappell, and Barbara Griffin, Relict of Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1765, 23 January 1765

    the Caufe wherein George James Duke of Hamilton and Brandon and his Tutors, for their Intereft, and James Pinkerton in Mains of Fairninife, and William Pinkerton, Sons of the deceafed James Pinkerton Tenant in Chappell, and Barbara Grffin Relift of Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1790, 9 February 1790

    the Petition and Crofs Appeal of James RVd Groffet, late of Moredon, in the County of Surrey, there¬ after at Mains, in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, and now of Barnßaple, in the County of Devon, and James Grojfet Junior, his Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRANT, Francis William (1778-1853), of Castle Grant, Elgin.

    Argyll fencibles, but they were ordered home and disbanded on the conclusion of peace. In 1803, Francis Nicoll, minister of Mains, wrote to Lady Grant of her son, who was quartered at Dundee with his militia regiment:As a commanding officer

    CAMPBELL, Archibald (?1763-1838), of Blythswood, Renfrew

    reformer, he quietly retired.[footnote] He died in June 1838 and his estates passed to his second cousin, Archibald Douglas of Mains (1809-68), who assumed the surname Campbell; his personalty was sworn under �35,000 in the province of Canterbury.[footnote] An obituarist

 

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