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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Rudyard RUDYARD 1991

    Leek RudyardRUDYARDRudyard was formerly a township in Leek parish and later a civil parish 1,435 a. (581 ha.) in area. 52 It extends from a hill called Gun on its east side to Rudyard Lake , a reservoir

    Leek Introduction The Double Sunset Behind the Cloud THE ANCIENT PARISH OF LEEK

    have been at Rudyard , but by the 11th century Leek was the centre, with a church built perhaps c . 1000. Before the Conquest Leek belonged to the earl of Mercia, while thegns held Endon , Rudyard , and

    Horton HORTON 1991

    Hotel Rudyard there are privately built houses of the 1970s and 1980s. In the later 19th century detached houses were built on the east side of Whorrocks Bank Road overlooking Rudyard Lake . The earliest is Rudyard Vale (later Rudyard

    List of maps, plans, and other figures

    page 40 9. Quarnford 1991 page 50 10. Warslow and Elkstones 1994 page 56 11. Horton 1994 page 66 12. Rudyard Lake Hotel . Printed card, probably of c . 1870, in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 2 (i), 7 page

    Leek Heaton HEATON 1991

    west side of the township at Barleigh ford. There was a bridge there by 1752 . 71 A feeder for Rudyard Lake was constructed c . 1811, leaving the Dane half-way along its course in Heaton . It ran through

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in with his-the striking entrance of PYm, and the momentary still it throws over that troubled sea-" Now speak Vane! Rudyard you had much to say"-and the effect of Pym's startling announcement of his faith in Wenttmerth moving once more Subscribers-only content

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    peaceful and liberal progress of society than even the opinions of a Cullen or a Mclale. Old Sir Ben- jamin Rudyard had a saying that even a Pope at Rome was more tolerable than a pope at Lambeth-and a&fortiori how Subscribers-only content

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    an of the Cenmpbell Ti Q Cqonpai4Y. Three speoial.treinq.eonveyed the workpeople of alligradbu, can some invited 'guets, numbering' altogether 2,uOQ,'to Rudyard, a, charming pyopularl resort of" the peopl6,of the P~ottries., About the time of leiwing, Stoke there was 'an .cxceadingiy Subscribers-only content

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    not appear to bear his cries. 3 DA1cTNeO BURSGLARY.-Yesterday afternoon, during the brief abenoc of Mr. Oldlcam, his house at Rudyard, near Leek, was entered and rnsalcked. Every drawer in the lcouse was turned out, the thieves beilg rewarded by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fare. in lieu of 8s. per day and secoid-elass railway fare, wvas discuesed. The increase of remuneration was adopted, hut thee change of railway carriage was rejected.-The A.M.C. adjourned at 12.30, and 'n the afternoon paid a visit to Rudyard, Subscribers-only content

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