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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury-on-Severn Church

    tiles and to put in a ceiling. 61 In 1862 a major restoration was carried out under the firm of Medland and Maberley of Gloucester . A new chancel arch and east window were made, the clerestory windows were replaced

    Gloucester Public buildings

    A more substantial monument, paid for by public subscription, was begun in 1861 and completed in 1863 . Designed by Medland and Maberly, it has an effigy of the bishop by Edward Thornhill 88 under a crocketed and pinnacled canopy.

    Gloucester Education

    Mary de Crypt opposed the removal of the school from their parish. The new school, a brick building designed by Medland and Maberly, 6 was opened in 1862 . The old school, sold the same year, became the Sunday schoolroom

    Gloucester Markets and fairs

    in the 1850s the Eastgate market was rebuilt to house a daily produce market. The new market, designed by James Medland and A. W. Maberly and opened in 1856 , comprised one large hall with a massive pedimented portico with

    Parishes Hazleton

    extensively restored and enlarged by the addition of the two-bayed aisle, all to designs by the firm of Medland , Maberly, and Medland . 447 The north windows of the aisle have deep gables which penetrate its lean-to roof internally

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Adlington & Co. Bedford row. F. Edwards, Manchester, bow string maker. [Johnson & Weatherall, Temple. J. Evans, St Nest's, surgeon. [Medland, St Neot's. E. Sandell, Bristol, stay maker. [Trehern & White, Leadenhall st. W. Lang, jun. High Bickington, glover. [Smith, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cross batters-Invalid Institutioit, Denbam park, Buckinghaniibire a* far as regards H. Rotch-J. Gurney and 3. i'iadley, Leigt, Worcestershire, carriage manufactnrers-It. Medland and J Francis, Crediton, Devonshire, attornies-l. England and 'F. Lister, Bilsiton, Staffordahire, roal masters-A. Leemi.ig ansi E. Lee, Bath, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eeq. Director of the South Midland and North- ampton and Danbury Raeiwaps. John Srocke Walhbause, REq. Director of the Snouth Medland RHiutvo. Henry Wright, Esq. Brunswick square, Direotor of the Warwick and Worcester Railseay. John Rayon. Req Glosocostee eoad, Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11, G Butcher, Cornhill, and elsewhere, coal merchant-Jan 12, J Dannell, Col- lege street, Camden town, licensed victualler-Jan 12, E Medland, Cheapside, eating-heose keeper-Jan 12, J Smith, Bow churchyard, warehonseman-Jan 12 B Lovell, Northampton, currier-Jan 12, C E Mallam, Tonbridge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, M, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    , Master of. See Organzine; Smith, R. Medden , Joseph, 412. Mediterranean , 249. -, victualling British fleet in, 468. Medland , William, 617, 628. Medlycott , Thomas, a Commissioner for Taxes, 166, 624, 625. Medows (Meadows) , Sir Philip,

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    county of Medbury (Meadbury), , servant to the Earl of Arran Samuel Medhurst , John, named Common Councilman of Hastings Medland , William, named Common Councilman of Launceston Meeson , Christopher, named Assistant of the Dyers' Company Meirscough . See Subscribers-only content

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