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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Note on abbreviations ANCIENT PARISH BOUNDARIES

    Gill , Manor and Borough to 1865 . Hardware District The Resources, Products, and Industrial History of Birmingham and the Midland Hardware District , ed. S. Timmins (Birm. 1866). Hist. Corp . History of the Corporation of Birmingham , vols.

    West Bromwich Social life Printing and publishing offices of the Free Press Co ., 1885

    Bromwich , Oldbury and Smethwick Midland Chronicle and Free Press ; from 2 Mar. 1962 the West Bromwich and Oldbury Midland Chronicle, Free Press ; from 4 Feb. 1966 the West Bromwich and Warley Midland Chronicle, Free Press . The

    Note on abbreviations

    . S. Shaw , History and Antiquities of Staffordshire (2 volumes, 1798-1801 ). Trans. Birm. Arch. Soc . Birmingham and Midland Institute: Archaeological Society, Transactions and Proceedings . Trans. N. Staffs. Field Club Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club

    Townships Wray with Botton

    over Hindburn Bridge to Bentham . Minor roads lead up the wooded valley. The Settle and Lancaster branch of the Midland railway crosses the northern end of the township. The land is mostly used as pasture; the soil is gravelly

    Loughton Worthies and social life

    let to the newly formed urban district council for a council chamber and offices and the lower floor to the Midland Bank Ltd. In 1933 proposals to improve the hall and stage accommodation at the expense of the reading-room provoked

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pieryglusa. a AehoAwyd atalfa o oriau meithion ar drafhidiaeth at y lliiell. . c Cymerodd damwain; le befyjd ar y Midland Rail-. way oddeutn yr un adeg a'r ddiweddaf, trwyi a ddwy gerbydres .ddigwydd hod yn croesi yn yr un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a phenderfynol i addysg i enwadola vr. r , a Er ys ychydig ddyddiau yn ol rhoddodd Fr Cwmni y Midland Railway gychwyniad i ''r symnudiad ag sydd i beri chwyldroad yn i ngwaith ein rheilffyrdd, ac i brofi o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ClInton, oed 6'3 a rhyw bertbhnas ei or- i'f diweddar De, Witt Cliutoiil. gau gerbydres ar reil- r- ffordd y Midland, a deibyviodd rii~veidhli marwol, el 3W Mynodd borueddwr hynod yn New Yoik gael paentio Y ei d yn ddu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eraill yn barod i'w dilynm.. Mae cwamniau y London and North Westeri;:, Great Western, Great Northern, North Eastein, s a'r Midland eisoes wedi codi. Taflant allah awgrymiadau hefyd i'r un perwyl gyda golwgg ar y teithwyr. Y mae Cadeirydd rheilffyrdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a degree debarred of, and at the same time will give facilities for'the Transport of Black Cattle to the Midland U Counities. ft By the aid of not a lavished capital, this Farm may aI be made to double Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1728, 13 March 1729

    in the Court below. And then they withdrew. And it being moved, That Mr. Chauncy (who " ufually goes the Midland Circuit) be ordered to attend <c this Houfe, fo foon as the Circuit is over :" Which being objefted Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1794, 4 March 1794

    Thomfon; that fince the faid. *•' Reference Mr. Juftiee Gould is dead, and Mr. Baron " Thomfon is gone the Midland Circuit;" and there¬ fore praying their Lordfhips, " That the faid Petition " may be referred to the Lord Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1800, 15 December 1800

    Parts " of England, has always continued in the Habit of " confuming Oaten Bread ; and that in the Midland " and Wertem Counties, Barley enters largely into the " Food of the labouring Claffes, and they trud that Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1807, 11 March 1807

    Mr. Baron Graham; that Mr. Juftice Heath is gone on the Home Circuit,and Mr. Baron Graham is gone on the Midland Circuit, and they are not expected to return to Town in Time to enable the Petitioners to procure the Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1808, 29 March 1808

    Court of " Exchequer and Mr. Baron Wood; that the faid Mr. " Baron Wood has been abfent upon the Midland Cir¬ cuit from the Beginning of the prefent Month of March-, from whence he is not expected to return Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BABINGTON, Matthew (1612-69), of Rothley Temple, Leics.

    J.p. Leics. 1657-9, Mar. 1660-d., commr. for militia Mar. 1660, oyer and terminer, Midland circuit, July 1660, assessment, Leics. Aug. 1660-d.; dep. lt. 1667-d. Biography Babington’s ancestors moved into the East Midlands early in the 15th century, one of them

    BOUGHTON, Sir Edward, 2nd Bt. (1628-81), of Little Lawford, Newbold-on-Avon, Warws.

    Ofifces Held J.p. Warws. July 1660-d., dep. lt. c. Aug. 1660-d., commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-80, oyer and terminer, Midland circuit July 1660; sheriff Warws. 1661-2, commr. for corporations 1662-3, loyal and indigent officers 1662. Biography Boughton’s ancestor married the

    FISHER, Sir Clement, 2nd Bt. (1613-83), of Great Packington, Warws.

    Coventry 1661 Ofifces Held J.p. Warws. Mar. 1660-c.73; commr. for oyer and terminer, Midland circuit July 1660, assessment, Warws. Aug. 1660-80, Westminster 1663-4, Coventry 1664-80, loyal and indigent officers, Warws. 1662. Biography Fisher’s great-grandfather, a gentleman pensioner at the court

    HATTON, Hon. Christopher (1632-1706), of Kirby Hall, Northants.

    1670 Ofifces Held Steward of Higham hundred, Northants. Sept. 1660-97, 1702-d.; commr. for oyer and terminer, Midland circuit 1662, assessment, Mdx. and Northants. 1663-9; j.p. Northants. 1663-d., dep. lt. 1670-?78, custos rot. 1681-Feb. 1689, Sept. 1689-d.; freeman, Portsmouth 1680. Ofifces

    ISHAM, Sir Justinian, 2nd Bt. (1611-75), of Lamport Hall, Northants.

    1675 Ofifces Held J.p. Northants. July 1660-d., dep. lt. c. Aug. 1660-d., commr. for oyer and terminer, Midland circuit July 1660, assessment, Northants. 1661-74, loyal and indigent officers 1662. Ofifces Held FRS 1673. Biography Isham’s ancestors took their name from

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    the country, and we declare our determination in case this should be. repeated to do everything in our power to put these traders in their true position before the country. " - Midland Tribune, 23rd June, 1887 . 93 ] Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    members. These, however, were punished as they deserved, and he hoped their punishment would deter others from following their example.- Midland Tribune, 3rd November, 1887 . DAVITT COUNSELS VENGEANCE. Mr. Michael Davitt , spe aking at Carrick-on-Shannon on Sunday, November Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    those who will continue to buy bread and other goods from those emergency cars, be published at our next meeting.- Midland Tribune, 3rd November, 1887 . DILLON ' S SPEECH AND ITS OUTCOME. Mr. John Dillon , M.P., speaking at Subscribers-only content

    The Parnell Commission: the great speech for the defence, 1889

    same crimes in the West as well as in the South and Midland counties. There were the Threshers in Connaught , and the Whiteboys in the South and Midland counties. At this period there was a remark¬ able depression in Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    men of all arms, chiefly Volunteers, were despatched north with all speed, and the London and North- Western , the Midland , and Great Northern lines of railway sent away train-load after train-load of troops as fast as they could Subscribers-only content

 

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