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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Economic development 1914-85

    the canal faced increasing competition from road transport, and in the early 1930s the regular steamer service between Gloucester and Sharpness was withdrawn. The upper Bristol Road area, 1921 ( north at the top ) During the First World War

    Gloucester Quay and docks

    the tramway. 69 In 1817 work was resumed on the canal, for which a new course joining the Severn at Sharpness was agreed, and the completion of a junction with the Stroudwater canal at Saul in 1820 enabled vessels to

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    Prerogative Court of Canterbury PROB 11 Wills British Transport Historical Records RAIL 829 Gloucester and Berkeley Canal Company RAIL 864 Sharpness New Docks & Gloucester & Birmingham Navigation Company RAIL 1112 Reports and Accounts: Canal, Dock, and Harbour Undertakings Court

    Cannington Economic history

    sailed to Cardiff , Newport , Saundersfoot (Pemb.), Bristol , and Lydney (Glos.). Coastal t rade extended as far as Sharpness (Glos.) and Bideford in the 1890s . 8 Coal was brought from Wales until the early 20th century and

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Economic development to 1914

    improvements in the river approach to Sharpness . By the end of the century vessels with cargoes of 1,200 tons were navigating the canal, but most of Gloucester 's overseas trade was transhipped at Sharpness . Canal-borne traffic rose from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Genoa c Hydref y l4eg; a gadawodd Genoa am y Mor Du, Hydref y l9eg. IOLO MORQANWG-Cyrhaeddodd yr agerlong hon Sharpness, Hydref y lSfed. GWENLLIAN ToxAs-Gadawodd yr agerlong hon Liverpool am Gasnewydd, Hydref y l9eg. MR. D. DAVIES, A.S., A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fethodistiaeth. '*A thi a ai at dy dadani mwewr .heddwcb, ti agladdinrmewn benaint tag." l olL) MoaLGAwG.-Wedi cyreedd N~ewport a Sharpness, i Iwytho am Sevens, H~ydn~f 25ai~', a bwylia dydd Sedwrnn GwENLLxAW TnOXAs.-Wedi cyr.edd Newport o Lerpwl, Sal, Hydref 21an, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indeed astonishing, and what seems stilt more admirable is the preciseness and clearness which you witnessed in his newest improvements. Sharpness of the outlines was not the case, at least not in an eminent degree, in the one which the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    112 . MuswfIO'AL 5tUtl rl~a. _ tItto, xvato AdnPUT 2,e ?7 Stk. 100 Birmiogilpion . : .......... ICS3'4 fStk. 100 Sharpness Nenv Dochs mnd Gloa. And Brm. NON. 2f _ Stk. 100t ItMIo, Poell, 4,i%* 9 - . SY0, slatt;. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . - 108.. Stki. 10 Ditto, Deb., 47 ... 10 - Stk. 100 Regent's ................ 121 - - Stic 100 Sharpness New Docks and Glos and Bm.1Nav 25 - Stk. 100 Staff. & Worcestersbire 86 _86 Stkr. 100 Ditto, Debi., Subscribers-only content

 

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