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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Charities for the poor

    together producing an income of between £10 and £25 p.a., were managed under a Scheme of 1963. Mrs. Phebe Eliza Rowarth , by will proved 1895, left £1,000 stock to the churchwardens of St. Mary 's, Hornsey Rise , for

    Index

    see Islington Rosoman , Thos. Ross , fam. Rothschild , Nathan Mayer de Roumieu , R. L. Routh , Cuthbert Rowarth , Mrs. Phebe Eliza Rowe : John Thos. Rowland , Edw. Royal Agricultural Hall Co . Royal Caledonian asylum

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 11 November 1830, 11 November 1830-11 November 1830

    County of Derby , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Rowarth, New Mills: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Rowarth , near New Mills , in the County of

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Hayfield; and Tintwhistle, Glossop. - Glossop; Hadfield; Bongs Mellor; Furness, Disley; Marple; Whitfield; Compstall Bridge; New Mills; Longhurst Lane, Mellor; Rowarth, New Mills; Padfield, Glossop; Chirton; Limerick; Saint Mary, Limerick; Saint John, Limerick; Saint Munchin, Limerick; Staindrop; Selby; Greenwich Road

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Temple.-J. Adams, Staniford, liquor-merchltant. Solicitors, Messrs. 1andley andCo.Grays-inn.square. -S. Hallen, Bradley, Stamford, iron-merchant. Solicitors,Missrs. urd and Co. Tennple.-J. Boulton, Rowarth, near-Hayfield, Derby, publican. Solicitor, Mr. Makinson, Middle'Temple.-W. SymeR, Crewkerne, So- merset, linen-draper. Solicitors, Messrs. Jeukins and Co. New-inn.- J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, C. Parker, Hoighton-le-Skerne and Darlington Durham, dax spintner - October 20, C. Dun- derdale, Manchester, merchant--October 22, J. Hadfield, Rowarth, Derbyshire, merchant-October 21, T. Claughton, Haydock-lodge, Lancashire, salt manufacturer-October 18, A. Barnard, Norwich, money scrivener-October 22, R. and R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S, Sh i 1irt. A. Bass, M.P., Majors It. T. K. Levett ind F. C, tI Mort, Adjutant-Major C. W. Rowarth, Surgeons Browns, tl as Morgan, and Lowe, and Quartermaster-Captain Anderson.. ti 'as Yesterday morning, at church parade, the Very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AuIctioneer, 13, nosnnol Street, Birmingham. c5l3i ,rH AMPSTA.L Hotel onl Sale, wIthi 5 Acres of Land, Da , sport.-i r. Rowarth, 77, Oidham Street. Jitancheoter. ,i~lr 0LDBURY.-Full Liceuse, the Boat Inn, Bireblead Li S r parcienirs_ appiy. J. A and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A~EMib'ng, D)rillbng, and Polishing 31acbincry, Rtsb-re StU anblnes, Spske-beading Vices, Steed-Ball Making -I ag eandseilTosfor Cycle and snimlar TaeWae v Rowarth. Engineers and Machine-tool IMeters l(oerve -, - TRIN'TER (neadedo assignmentl.-A new Croirro I U Platens Pitn Maheand a, 22;rs. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 November 1830, 11 November 1830

    : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at Rowarth, near New Mills, in the County of Derby, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    and Tintwhistle, Glossop, 37 Glossop; Hadfield ; Bongs Mellor; Furness, Disley; Marple; Whitfield; Compstall Bridge; New Mills; Longhurst Lane, Mellor; Rowarth, New Mills ; Padfield, Glossop ; Chirton; Limerick; Saint Mary, Limerick; Saint John, Limerick; Saint Munchin, 9 Petitions — Subscribers-only content

    26 November 1742, 26 November 1742

    Grant, Sir James Grant, Mr. Melliß, Mr. Whitmore, Sir R. Neivdigate, Mr. Watfon, Lord Perceval, Sir Francis Daßwood, Sir H. Rowarth, Sir Ed. Deering, Mr. Prowfe, Mr. Banks, Mr. John Pitt, Mr. John Martin, Lord S. Beauclerk, Mr. CarHvright, Sir Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Rose, 3,879. 3,892. 4,311. Ros wick, 7,114. Rotherfield, 3,594. Rother- ham, 4,300. 4,696. 5,002. 5,035. Rothley, 4,099. Rothwell, 6,727. 6,953. Rowarth, 3,918. Rowde, 6,913. Rowland Castle, 2,245. Roxton, 5,350. Royston, 2,569. 6,824. Ruabon, 7,022. 7,242. Ruardean, 3,260. Ruddington, 3,951. 3,969. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    10,750. Roughton, 7,075. Roundhay. 9,1 i~. Rounds, I Factories — continued. [1843.] Atruirw the Factories Bill — continued. 8,202. 8,220. Rowarth, 13,022. 13,041 Row herrow, 10,745). Rowde, 0,471. Row- hind's Custle, 5,125. 5,120. Rowley, 10,071. Row, Low, 12,520. Rowney fJreen, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Illustrations of martial law in Jamaica, 1867

    Morant Bay (19,496). It has usually been con¬ sidered the duty of combatants to respect the wounded. Lieu¬ tenant Charles Rowarth , of the 6th Regiment, so acted in the case of a wounded man at Stoney Gut, whom he Subscribers-only content

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