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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life

    pottery classes respectively on land at the south end of Victoria (now College) Road given by A. S. Bolton of Oakamoor as the site of a place of higher education. The Central School of Science and Technology was opened there

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1762, 17 March 1762

    County of Chefler, " and alfo the Road leading from Blyth Marjh in the " County of Stafford, through Cheadle, Oakamoor, and " Blore, to the Turnpike Road from Ajhbonie to Buxton " near Thorpe in the County of Derby Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1762, 23 March 1762

    in the County of Chefler; and alfo the Road leading from Blyth Marß in the County of Stafford, through Cbeadle, Oakamoor, and Blors, to the Turnpike Road from Aßborne tö Buxton near Thorpe in the County of Derby." Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1762, 29 March 1762

    of Chcßer ; and alfo the Road leading from BIjth " Marjh in the County of Stafford, through Cheadle, " Oakamoor, and Blore, to the Turnpike Road fiom Jß- " borne to Buxton near Thorp in the County of Derby," Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1762, 31 March 1762

    County " of Cbefler; and alfo the R.oad leading from Blyth Marjh I* in the County of Stafford, through Cheadle, Oakamoor, " and Blore, to the Turnpike Road from Aßborne to •' Buxton near Thorp in the County of Derby." Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1762, 8 April 1762

    the County of Chefier, and alfo the Road leading * from Blyth Marjh in the County of Stafford, through Cheadle, Oakamoor, and Blore, to the Turnpike Road from Ajhborne to Buxton near Thorp in the County of Derby." " and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ring, Petoiileton, near Manchester, plumber-Novetobsr 10, W. Harding, Stockport, Chester, cotton marnamilteurer-November 52, W. Waidt, Manchsester, stationer-November 9, J. Udale, Oakamoor, Statlard, corn dealer-Noyemnber 'J, J. Page, Walsall, Stafford, iron dealer-November IO, J. and T. Keddy, Bridlington, York, printers -Neosetber Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hulme Hawley (C) solicitor, Blyth Bridge, town clerk, and magistrates clerk of Longton; 'Alfred Sobier Bolton (L), gentleman, Moor Court, Oakamoor. Cosztei.-East: Joseph Luther Greenway (L), Summerhill, galvanised-iron manufacturer and Henry Lewis (C), ironmaster, Handsworth. #et: James Bates (LB, firebrick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not consecutively; but Oakamoor has not previously entered the final stage of the competition. Tbe attendance of spectators wvas small. Oakainoor batted first, and made 103, while their opponents only scored 84. In their second venture Oakamoor had scored 21 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mahore, labourer, were charged with receiving 4 cwt. of copper, the pro- perty of Alfred Sohier Boltoa and another, of Oakamoor Works, nearCheadle, wellknowing it to hatebeen stolen. Thecase for the prosecution which occupied nearly the whole day, was conducted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Thocmas Smith, the deceased's father, shortly after four o'clock, before Mr. Flint, the Coroner. TheRev. J. H. Klillick, Isoumbenttof Oakamoor, was foreman of the Jury. The first witness called was JohnBBamford, labourer, who said: I am in the service Subscribers-only content

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