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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Stephen , Pelaw

    Hospitals St Stephen , Pelaw 24. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . STEPHEN, PELAW Scarcely anything is known of St. Stephen's Hospital at Pelaw , near Chester-le-Street . It appears to have been in existence as early as 1260, in which

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    bank of the Wear , the boundary following the course of the river from Blackdene Burn southwards as far as Pelaw Wood Beck , from the top of which it mounted the moor, skirted Shirburn House and then, after making

    The city of Durham Introduction (1 of 3)

    round by Kepier Lane to what is now Bell's Villa Lane , where it turned west, rounded the end of Pelaw Wood, and followed the right bank of the river to Shincliffe Bridge . In 1849 Mr. G. T. Clark

  • * British History Online *

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    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 27 March 1830

    as Hutton's Seam , from the Pelaw Main Colliery. What Coals were those that weighed the 84 Pounds? They come also from Pelaw . The Evidence I am now giving is wholly on the Pelaw Colliery; the Average of them

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 03 April 1830

    Percy Pelaw Main 132 286¼ 22¼ 132 285¾ 21¾ 132 288 24 396 860 68 8½ Recovery Pelaw Main 123 270¼ 24¼ 125 276¼ 26¼ 125 275¾ 25¾ 126 269¾ 17¾ 125 271¼ 21¼ 624 1,363¼ 115¼ 9 Malta Pelaw

    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    34/3 Blyth, Scotch, Welch and Yorkshire. Kenton, West 29/0 Newburn 28/0 Hartley 30/0 Pelaw 27/0 Silkstone 27/0 Percy Main 27/6 Stone 46/0 Traders. Shipcote 26/6 Tanfield 30/0 Pelaw 27/0 Small. Tanfield Lea 26/6 Townley 26/9 Hetton 17/0 Willington 30/0 Durham's

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    159 32,949 2 Nesham 33,500 161 1 15 Old Duck Main 15 1 2 420 3 Pelaw Main 420 3 2 1 138 3 Pelaw Primrose Main 289 3 2 3 547 2 Primrose Main 547 2 3 16 2,724

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 21 June 1830

    1,264.97 1,272. 1,258. 1,264.99 79. .409 25 0 0 26 1 2 1 1 2 35.443 5 to 9.484 5 Pelaw Main, from the Mary and Isabella, Captain James Forster 1,267.83 1,297.241 1,284.19 1,283.087 80.193 1.925 6 Beaumont Main, from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tOC II- Hebburn, 17S 6d-liolywrell, Ils 6d-New Tanfeld. 15a-Old Tanfield, 159 6d-Postop Windsor, Is5-Smith's, 14r d -Tan. field Moor, 20s-W. Pelaw, 14s Cd. Wall's End:-Bewick and Ce, lB 3d-llenuell. Co Cd-Clarke and Co., ICs Cd-KiU. hingwortb. 1ss 9t-sNe'niarsh, 17s Cd-Belmont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hart- ley, 17s. 9d.-Delasal Hartlev, 17s. 3d.-Hastings Iartley, 17s. 9d. -Holywcell Main, tOs. 9d.-Original Tanfield, 15s. 6d-Ord's Red- ]senali, I6s.-Rtvenssorth's Pelaw, l6s.-Stessart's Hartley, iOs. ld. -Tamfeld Moor, l7s. 9d.-Towley, I is.-Tanfleld tMoor Blutes, I Gs. -west Wylarn, i Gs.-West Hartley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the close of the farket.)-lBud- dle's West Hartley, 14s. 9d.-Che~ter Main, 15s. 31d-Dean's Primrose, 14s. 6d. -Hasting's Hartley, 14s. 9d.-lavenssworttss Pelaw, 14s. 3d.-South Pnrtop, 14s. -Walkers Primrose, 13s. Gd. Wallsead: Acorn Close, 16s. 6d.-Brown's, lS .- Framwellgate, lMs. Gd.-Peareth, 14S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per ton at the close of the market.) -Begbie's Hartley, 13s.-Clavering's New Tenfeld, 12s. 6d.-Holywell, 13s. 6d.- Ord's Mlain, 13s.-RaTenswortli Pelaw, 18s. 6d.-Pavensworth West Hartley, 13s. 6d.-Tamfield Moor, 12s. 6d,-Tanfetd Moor Butes, 12s. 6d.-Towlnley, 13,.- Walker Primrose, 12s.-West IHartley, 14s.-West Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coal llNavrkee, FRIAy.-late's West Hartley, 13s. 9d.-Holywell, 14s. Od. -North Percy Hartley, 13s. sd.- lavcnswortlt West Hartley, 14s. Od.-ltavens- worth Pelaw, 12q. Gd -Tanufeld .Mloor Buttes, 12s. 3d.-Townley, 12s. Od. Wall's End: Gosforth, i3s. Gd.-Harvey Wylam, (unscreened) 12s. Od.-Hedley, 14s. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Low Moor South Ditto Hilda W.E. - - - Ditto Coast Westoe W. E. Manor W. E. - - - Pelaw Main Ditto Coast - Berwick and Craster W. E. Charlotte Main Pontop, itc. Ellison's Main Prices per Newcastle Ch. Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Pelaw, 30/0 Nesham Main, 33/6 Harraton, 31/0 Lyon's W.E., 34/6 Stobart's Eden, 30/0 Do. - 34/6 Nesham Main, 33/9 Adair's, 32/6 East Percy, 28/3 Newmarch, 34/3 East Percy, 28/0 Pontop, 32/0 Do. ' 28/3 Willington, 35/0 Northd W.E. 33/6 Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Eden Main, 42/0 Harraton, 37/6 Bewick & Co.'s W.E., 45/3 Heaton, 43/6 Cam Hill, 39/0 Russell's W.E., 44/6 Kill*, 42/3 Pelaw, 41/0 Riddell's W.E., 44/0 Hebburn, 42/0 Liddell's, 36/6 Lyon's, 40/3 Eden Main, 40/0 Stewart's W.E., 42/0 Eden Main, 39/0 Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    40/0 Hebburn, 38/0 Pontop, 35/0 Riddell's W.E., 40/3 Northd W.E., 36/3 Old Walker, 33/0 Hetton's W.E., 43/6 Cleveland W.E., 40/0 Pelaw Primrose, 33/6 Stewart's W.E., 43/3 Lyon's Main, 37/9 Do. - 33/0 Nesham Main, 37/6 Fawcett Main, 34/6 Do. - Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    37. Adair's - Beaumont's Burdon Charlotte Felling Forest Heaton Hebburn Holywell Killingworth Liddell's - - - Ord's Redheugh East Percy Pelaw - - - Pontop, Simpson's - Ditto Windsor's Shipcote Tanfield Townley W.E. Bell & Co. Bell's, Robson's & Co. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Durham coal trade arbitration: February, 1876., 1876

    for this Arbitration. List of the ten Collieries from which the average selling price for November, 1875 , was obtained:- Pelaw Main, Jos. Pease and Partners, II. Stobart & Co., Pelton , Teams , Hetton , Lambton , Hebburn , Subscribers-only content

    History of the rise and progress of Middlesbrough, 1863

    for one lot at 10s. per ton of 22| cwts., and a second at 9s., which was delivered at the Pelaw Staiths. After this time various firms appear to have used Cleveland iron, but its reputation made little way, and Subscribers-only content

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