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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    Hutchings under the direction of the late Professor S. W. Wooldridge . Relief page 1 Geology facing page 2 Neolithic Pottery page 30 Neolithic Axes " 34 Beaker Period " 37 Bronze and Iron-Age Sites " 49 Romano-British Period "

    Industries Pottery

    Industries PotteryPOTTERY The most famous of Middlesex industries is certainly its pottery, but few traces can be found of any local manufacture before the 17th century. Down to the latter half of that century English home-made pottery was of

    Fenton

    551-3. Pottery Gaz. Dir . ( 1960 ). S. Shaw , Staffs. Potteries , 68, 126; Mankowitz and Haggar, Eng. Pottery , 107. Shaw , Staffs. Potteries , 127. Mankowitz and Haggar, Eng. Pottery . 182; Allbut, Staffs. Pottery Dir

    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life

    Hollowood, J. and G. Meakin (copy in H.R.L.). Mankowitz and Haggar, Eng. Pottery , 12; Huntbach, Hanley , 35; Allbut, Staffs. Pottery Dir . ( 1802 ). A pottery in Shelton lately held by 'Widow Astbury ' was let to

    Burslem Local government, economic history and social life

    Pottery , 242-3. Allbut, Staffs. Pottery Dir . ( 1802 ). Ward, Stoke , 264; Jewitt, Ceramic Art , 465; Mankowitz and Haggar, Eng. Pottery , 192; inscription on building; see plate facing p. 294. Mankowitz and Haggar, Eng.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a gwladol. Credwn ei fod yn enill wrth farw. Peregrine.-Ar yr 17eg cyfisol, yn 70ain mlwydd oed, MIrs. Anne Peregrine, Pottery place, Llanelli, gweddw y diweddar Mr. John Peregrine, Llane deilo. MARWOLAETH MRS. MARGARET JONES, SARN, LLANENGAN. Tachwedd yr 17eg, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an indictment for a libel: brought by the notorious James Stamp Sutton Cooke, against Mr. Smith, the publisher of The Pottery Gazette and A2rewcastle-eader-Lyne .Express, ef'whbih Mr. Amphlett is proprietor. Justifications of the several libels were pleaded; and, after the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    assistance was of course useless. BIRTHt. On Saturday fortnight, the wife of a poor man, named Robinson, living at the Pottery, near Hull, was safely delivered of three fine children. MzARRIAG;ES. On Thessay morning, at St. Pancras New Church, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called The Pottery Nercary, had been recently stsrted, and he thoitghttlit to consider themn as concerned i that journal. For this strinise there Was not the least foundation. Os Satutrdoy, July 10, tie publication appeared in The Pottery Gazette osi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AMPHSLETT. Mr. JEavIS moved for she judgment of the Coort on the defendant, the hitar efa Staffordshire newspaper called The Pottery Gazette, who was licted at the last Stafford Assizes, of a libel ott Messrs. John and d Williamn Ridgway. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 5 ANTIQUITIES.

    the Vessels. These Moulds are also among the forementioned curious Collections of Dr. Woodward . The Representation of the foresaid Pottery , drawn with a Pen, is in the Possession of Sir Hans Sloan , Bart. M.D. of the Royal

    Appendix 1, Chapter 5 APPENDIX.

    many of the most curious and remakable of them; and supposeth, by probable Conjecture, that here was not only a Pottery , but also, that on this Place, or near it, stood the Temple of Concord ; which our Roman

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Vesting Part of the Estate of Richard Luscombe, Esquire, deceased, in the County of Devon, in Trustees, to be sold for Payment of his Debts and Legacies., 11 June 1741

    iingular the faid Meffuages, Tenements and Premifes fituate in the faid feveral Parifhes of P^TTZpjfoT* i£»»/; .Mzry, Z>/>z/W, Zfl^Tz/zw/Z, ZZcZtz*, Pottery, and iZoZzzw, with their and every of their Appurtenances," unto any Perfon or Perfons that fhall be willing to Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1787, 23 February 1787

    appears to be expedient that the Duty of Cuftoms hereafter to be paid upon all Porce- lain Earthen Ware and Pottery of the Manufafture of the Pzzroz>eez7z Dominions of the PrezzeA King, imported into this Kingdom, fhall be at the Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1800, 2 April 1800

    Gold and Silver, Gold and Silver Threads, " Bullion for Lace, Pearl, and Spangles. " Millinery. " Paper ftained. " Pottery. " Sadlery and other manufactured Leather. Silk Manufacture. Stockings. Refolved, " place, the Contribution of Great Britain and Ireland Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1800, 5 May 1800

    Iron, and Hardware. Lace, Gold, and Silver, Gold and Silver Thread, Bullion for Lace, Pearl and Spangles. Millinery. Paper, ftained. Pottery. Sadlery. Silk Manufacture, or Silk and Cotton mixed " Manufacture, or Silk and Warfted mixed Manufacture. " Stockings. And Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1800, 5 May 1800

    Silver, Gold and Silver " Thread, Bullion for Lace, Pearl, and Span- " gles. " Millinery. " Paper, ftained. " Pottery. " Sadlery, and other manufactured Leather. " Silk Manufacture, Silk and Cotton mixed Ma- 5 " reafonable, upon a Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Amateurs. AVIARY.-Appliances, British Birds, Canaries, Doves, Foreign Birds, Mule Birds, Partridges, Pheasants , Eggs. BRIC-A-BRAC-Coins, Crests, Curio¬ sities, Medals, Notes, Pottery , Stamps. COUNTRY HOUSE .-Apiary, Aquaria, Badgers, Cats, Ferrets, Foxes, Guinea Pigs, Hares, Hedgehogs, Mice, Monkeys, Bats, Silkworms, Squirrels, Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    the pottery about afoot and a half high by two and a half wide. The instrument he uses is a large rough stone, more or less round, about a foot in diameter. Scatter¬ ing a portion of the broken pottery Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    One, called " thick hhoim ah, " used for plastering the pools, cisterns, and aqueducts, consists of tiny fragments of pottery about a quarter of an inch square. The other, known as " thin hhomrah, " employed for " pointing Subscribers-only content

    The study of beauty, and Art in large towns: two papers, 1883

    of explanation and criticism when it is applied to those things which are used by the greatest number of people. Pottery , for instance, being used in every house, offers one of the best means which can be used for Subscribers-only content

    Co-operative production: to the workers of the United Kingdom., 1888

    „ Woollen (fc Cotton II . Leather.-Boots and Shoes.. III. Various.-Shirts „ Tailoring „ XJphol. & Cabinot. Knitting „ Printing Pottery . Walsall Lock ami Hardware Manufac Keif^hley Ironworks " Midland Tin-plate WorkerB,Biririinglinm *Tin,Iron, & Zinc Plate Workers, London North Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 16 June 1830, 16 June 1830-16 June 1830

    said Petition do lie upon the Table; and be printed. Petition complaining of Taxation. A Petition of Labourers of Alfred-street Pottery, and Inhabitants of the said street of the town and county of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull , was presented,

    Preface

    Galashiels on September 27 (p. 156). After his confession Monro attempted suicide (p. 167). Both he and Spence were granted remission on December 29 (p. 267). British Museum ! Guide to the English Pottery and Porcelain (2nd ed.), p. 41. Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    -, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 308. -, Joseph, Quaker, co. Notts, 631. -, Mris., point lace, 2153. Pottery , prices of, 892. Potticary , Thomas, senr. and junr., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472. Pottle , Math., rebel

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 20 April 1831, 20 April 1831-20 April 1831

    of Lancaster , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Herculaneum Pottery: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Herculaneum Pottery Chapel, near Liverpool , in the County of Lancaster

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    of Somerset , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Pottery, Belper: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Wesleyan Chapel, Pottery, Belper , in the County of Derby ,

 

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