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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alstonefield Fawfieldhead

    of Reaps Moor . 8 In the early 1850s a brick and tile yard was opened at Reaps Moor by George Smith , a Tunstall brickmaker, later of Coalville (Leics.), and a noted social reformer. He worked at Reaps Moor

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    ind., inn, see Fawfieldhead : Reaps Moor Lady Edge, lock-up, Lum Edge , manorial govt., map, mill, Newtown , pinfolds, place names, poor relief, workho., pop., prehist. remains, prot. nonconf., rly., plate Reaps moor, Reaps Moor , plate rds., schs.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 March 1654-31 December 1654

    Jno. Thos. letter of proposals of Wm., petition of Reading , Berks. minister of siege of stables at, surveyor of Reaps , Lieut. Wm. Receiver-general , see Falconbridge, Thos. Record Office library , collection of Acts in Recusancy , sequestration Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 207 part 3, May 1600, 01 May 1600-31 May 1600

    ordinary expenses. Besides the duties expected from a Commissary, has to be attendant about the State, which occasions further charge. Reaps not one penny profit by anything he has in the land. "Touching the estate of this country, had you Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Which that quick hand in letters sows, Like dibbled wheat, in lineal rows; And that strong arm, like autumn sheaves, Reaps, and binds up in gathered leaves, The harvest-home of learned toil From that dead frame's well-cultured soil. I am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hides, BaraeS. Wash Leathers. Sheep Skins and lltts. Men's and Boya' etreng Wellington and Blueher aots, Shoemankers' Knives, inehers, Panches, Reaps, P'g Reldes, Asele and Awl Hafts, quantity or Lasting Tacks, Flex, Henp, Pegs, various eizee, Scales and Wreights, tsllice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cwt.,. 7 3i 3l BAsRLEY,malting ..- 3 40 Coriander ...... - 180 i Grind. and distilL... 24 28 24 80 Reaps, er last ...... - £25 27 Chevalier .. , 38 44 Hempseed, per qr.,. 3844. OAre Essex i Suf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Second, £1., Mr. Elije Smith, Middileton,. near Man- echester,-Pullets: first prize, £2., Mr. P. Cae'tcvrlght, Osevestry. Second, £1., Mir. Johse Reaps, Acacia, house, Ladypool Lane, Sparkbroole, Birmingheem-Whi~te. (Bird.i exceeding one year old.) First prize, 3.01, Mir. Charles Felteen, Erultagieme, near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neglect any opportunity of discharging them to the best of their power. In his late judgment in 'the case of Reaps anld Beviewcs Dr. Lushington, Dean of 'the Court of Arches, had doteomined with great precision What were the limits Subscribers-only content

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