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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Sikhs

    Many held religious services in their homes, but what was thought to be the first organized Sikh service in the Midlands was held at the Institute for Overseas Peoples in Brasshouse Lane in 1957 . 22 In 1961 the Sikh

    Agriculture RELIEF AND AGRICULTURAL REGIONS

    As was evident at the 96th Salop . & W. Midlands Agric. Soc. show 16-17 May 1984 . Demonstration on 'The Farm 1934-84 ' at 96th Salop . & W. Midlands Agric. Soc. show; The Changing Countryside , ed. J.

    Little Wenlock Nonconformity

    a Wesleyan minister in 1800 : B. Trinder , Meth. New Connexion in Dawley and Madeley (Wesley Hist. Soc., W. Midlands Branch, Occ. Publ. i [ 1968 ] ), 2. S.R.O. 3677/1 . Trinder, Meth. New Connexion , 14. S.R.O.

    Dawley Communications

    W. Midlands ( 1969 ), 153, 157, 159; Trinder, op. cit. 128-36. S.R.O. 2224/1 . S.R.O. 2374, box 3, rental of 1812; O.S. Map 1", sheet 61 NE. ( 1833 edn.). I.G.M.T. Libr. 1978 /169. R. Christiansen , W. Midlands

    Friaries Observant friars of Newark

    Hailes , Gloucestershire , and Nicholas Temple were the recipients, in July 1543 , of much monastic property in the Midlands : inter alia of the site, churchyard and certain gardens of the 'late house of Augustinian Friars' in Newark

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Awetin, a i methiant i ddyebwelyd y Sneson pan y sdaflodd yr eglwyal Celtaidd i'r gwaitb, gan efengyleiddio Northumbria a': Midlands, a sefydlu y eycdelthasns crefjddol mawrion a effeithiodd rndeb yr eglwysi Prydeinig a Thai y Cyfandir, o'r hwn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMr. J. of Patter Briscoe, yn awr yn Ilaw y llyfr rwymydd; sB y m- cyhoeddir ei 'Stories of the Midlands' hefyd yn ystod y mis hwn. th. Mae awdurdodau yr Amgueddfa Brydeinig yn par. yn otoi catalogu/e o'r llyfrau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gellir ei roddi amo) a gafodd, a un o'n prif gorau y dydd o)r blaen gan gorau y I t. Midlands, yn yr Albert Hall, mae'n gwedda i nii ,w gymedroli ychydig ar sain ein hudgyrn! Mae'n og amlwg mai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is a real boon to literary Men. " When I wag travelling last year amongst the workpeople in the Midlands and the North, collecting materials for myv book, ' The While Slaves of England," I found that-most of those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the North blidland Railway is made. The soppore of the London and Birmingham, the North Midland, and l'oTnchester, Buxton, and Midlands Railways may be expected for this la in course of peepoationD, after sehich a derailed prospecttus with the names Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Introduction

    true that it was only in those parts of the kingdom where they enjoyed considerable local influence Yorkshire and the Midlands, Monmouthshire and the Welsh border, and London, that they exhibited their defiance and paraded their opposition. Elsewhere, they had

    Spain, June 1545, 16-20, 16 June 1545-20 June 1545

    King had despatched to various parts nearly all the lords that surrounded him; the Duke of Suffolk going to the Midlands, the Duke of Norfolk to his own country, the Earl of Hertford to the Scottish Border, Lord Privy Seal

    Preface

    surrender of that house on the 7th. 53 On the 15th the active Dr. Peter had got back into the Midlands and taken the surrender of Kenilworth ; 54 while on the 16th the abbey of. Robertsbridge in Sussex fell

    Index, A

    Tower, 149. Agha (Captain of Janissaries, Algiers), letter from, 34. Aghmootye , Mr. See Auchmuty, John. Agrarian Rising , in Midlands, 150, 161, 162, 175 6, 198, 208, 343, 347, 497. See also Enclosures and Depopulation. Ague , 24, 87.

    Introduction

    of Chatham, Port smouth and Plymouth. The Wesleyans were strongest in the north-east of England, Cornwall and parts of the Midlands. All three groups were very active in London and the Bristol area where several Methodist schools were established at

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Looking forward, 1909

    Looking forward [satire, equestrian] A lady a gentleman on a carriage, the lady holding the whip and the rein, further two men at the back of the carriage, two horses running and pulling the carriage to right, three children

    End of the season; Warm enough for croquet, 1909

    End of the season; Warm enough for croquet [satire, equestrian, sport/pastime] Two images from one plate: End of the season (left): a lady and a gentleman riding horses along a country path to left, looking at each other, another

    Society, 1909

    Society [satire] A group of ladies and gentlemen in a saloon, figures in the foreground watching a sleeping man who sits in a sofa in the left foreground, a lady playing the piano in the right background, another with

    A wet ride home; Rather more exciting, 1909

    A wet ride home; Rather more exciting [satire, equestrian] Two images from one plate:A wet ride home (left): a man riding his horse in a field to left, in rain, two donkeys in the right background.Rather home exciting (right):

    Going like stream, 1909

    Going like stream [satire, equestrian] A group of figures riding horses in a field, all leaving from a forest in the left middle distance towards the right background, including a lady in the left foreground; illustration to 'A month

 

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