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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Growth: Newington Green and Kingsland

    45. Photo. in ibid. 29. Smallshaw , Highbury New Pk. Est . 15. Below, other est. Above, Highbury . Smalls haw , Highbury New Pk. Est . 5, 10, 15. Stanford ( 1865 ). Smallshaw , Highbury New Pk. Est

    Islington Growth: Highbury

    Div., ISL 6, 32. P.R.O., IR 30/21/33 . Below, other est. (Maseres). Inf. on Highbury New Pk. based on J. Smallshaw , Hen. Rydon and Highbury New Pk. Estate (n.d., privately printed, supplied by author); Lond. £nl . vii (1)

    The parish of Ashton-under-Lyne Introduction, manor & boroughs INDEX MAP TO THE PARISH OF ASHTON UNDER LYNE

    Hill ; (iv) Hartshead , on the east, 3,114 acres, with Stalybridge , Mossley , Hurst and Higher Hurst , Smallshaw , Greenhurst , Hazelhurst , Heyrod , Luzley , Souracre, and Ridge Hill . In 1894, Stalybridge being added

    Townships Habergham Eaves

    To its northeast are Whittlefield and Clifton , to the south and south-west are Hargher Clough , Sep Clough , Smallshaw and Kellor Hous e, and to the north-west and west are Palace House (modern), Tipping Hill , Kiddrow (or

    Townships Hapton

    might make a flood-gate over the Calder . Huntroyde D. H 6. The bounds name the Calder , Bradley beck, Smallshaw beck, Greenlache usque Haysia, and Kagildesyke. Geoffrey Dean of Whalley attested the grant. Thomas the Clerk of Altham was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shopman to Mr Smith, of Clarke's place, Islington, was placed before Mr Greenwood, charged with having shot a gentleman, named Smallshaw. On Wednesday a man entered the shop of Mr Smith, for the purpose of pledging a double-barrelled gun, which, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS AND OCCURRENCES I _ ~ ~. : . . , I . Tim PpRADDS ON TEm E Is=n of t iiT iv vGs BANK..Yelf, the fraudulent savings bank actuary in the Isle of Wight, has been fully committed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    elected as people's warden, and the following were chosen as sidesmen:- Messrs. Nayler, jun., 4riffiths, J. Brown, W. Over- ton, Smallshaw, and H.. Chell Mr. J. Vaughan was reappointed as auditor; and a vote of thanks was, ' on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mails, passengers,, and latest telegrams, she proceeded at 4 p.m., all well. Weather fiue. BRIaCauAKERS' STRIKE-MURDER OF A POLICEMAN.- At Smallshaw, near Ashton, early on Saturday morning, ia scuffle took place between two policemen and eight men in masks supposed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    then escaped, two of them running towards ~ilabaw, and the remainder through Smallshaw Fold, tor wards Ashton-under-Lyne. Jump was conveyed to the house of Sanuel Williamson, of Smallshaw Fold, and ML. Lees, burgeon, of iAshton, was sent for, but the Subscribers-only content

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