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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willey WILLEY IN 1618 Willey : the Hall and Church in 1674 Willey Park in 1825

    Willow Smithies , with about five houses, stood c . 1 km. east. Inhabitants of the Smithies hamlets presumably included coalminers and iron workers. 94 There were also a few isolated dwellings by 1618 . 95 Settlements at the Smithies

    Townships Tunstall

    Geoffrey Tatham in 1538 claimed land in Tunstall against William Leeming ; Ducatus Lanc . (Rec. Cum.), ii, 60. Richard Smithies died in 1609 holding land in Tunstall and Burrow of Lord Morley and Mounteagle by a rent of 3

    Index K-Z

    Smythe Smith, W. H., Ltd. , Smitheman fam. , smithies , see blacksmiths; ironworks Smithies , the (in Barrow and Willey ), Upper (or Over ) Smithies , Bank Fm ., Smithies , Lower, Nether, or Willow (in Astley Abbots

    Caughley CAUGHLEY AND SWINNEY c. 1790 Caughley: The Salopian China Manufactory c . 1800

    and china clay was presumably also brought from Devon or Cornwall . 61 Grinding was done in mills at the Smithies (in Willey ) and Calcutts (in Broseley ). The Salopian China Warehouse opened in London in 1783 . 62

    Linley LINLEY 1901

    owners of Preen's Eddy bridge (in Broseley ) built a new straight section of 1 km. from Linleygreen to Lower Smithies , southwest of Linley church, in Willey and Astley Abbots ; the old road, east of the new, survived

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Electors. St. Anne Black Friers Mr. Harris Wednesday Trustees St. Antholins Mr. Lazonby Mr. Butler Mr. Sheffield Mr. Smithies Mr. Tod Mr. Botham Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Parish St. Bartholomew Exchange Dr. Butler Tuesday

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' . , , a ' i , ,DYDD S'GWENR..' i. on Agorwyd y ddadl 'y 'dyd'd hwn, gan Mr.' Smithies ' Ar golygyd y Briahk' Workmafit s, 'a'eareithxodd"am a*wr ar Yr ydoedd yD ,rbyn gweuliant Mr. 'Morley,:'is fod j Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Two coroner's inquests had brought in ver- dicts of wilful murder against Smithies, on the ground that it had been sufficiently proved to them in evidence that Smithies had wilfully set his honse on fire. The evidence which was adduced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the field, we believe, are Ashton Yates, Esq. (who offered at the last election), and P. Ains- worth, Esq., of Smithies, near Bolton, the latter of whom has our hearty good wishes for his success.-Preston Pilot. - It may illustrate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Vocal Society; and the following dihtinguished Instrumental Performers:-Mrs Anderson, Messrs Mori, Lindley, Dragonetti, Nicholson, Will. man, Bauman, Platt, Harper, Smithies and Son, and Chipp; also many Mem- bers of the Philharmonic and Ancient Concerts, have already kindl consenfed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. G. Robinsn, Liverpool, broker; [Vincent and Sherwood, Temple. J. Renwick, Liverpool, wine [Vincent and Sher- wood, Ternle It. Smithies, iluncorn, Cheshire, tailor. [Adlingtou and Co. Bedford row. P. Solomon ard I. Jacobs, Manchester, warehousanern. (Per kins, Gray's inn Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'S'

    29.32 Smithes Eliz, 9.50 Smithett Ely, ser, 28.2 Smithick Frances, 32.2 Smithier Lance, 75.22 Smithiers Jos, blacksmith, £600, bach, 49.2 Smithies Eliz, 76.7 Smithson : Edith, 26.23 Geo, 54.25 Rob, £600, 53.5 ,assr, 53.9 Smithy John, app, 6.4 Smitten Han,

    Observations on the Clothworkers' Company

    5 House of Lords Cases, 1. The Attorney-General v . The Skinners' Company, 2 Russell, 417. The Attorney-General v . Smithies, 2 Russell and Mylne, 717. The Attorney-General v . The Cordwainers' Company, 3 Mylne and Keen, 534. The two

    Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company, Part II

    of the cases of the Attorney-General v . the Corporation of Bristol, 2nd. Jacob and Walker, the Attorney-General v . Smithies, 2nd. Russell and Mylne and the Attorney-General v . the Cordwainers' Company, 3rd. Mylne and Keen, that the gifts

    Index of subjects and places

    See Provan . Skellingsmyre , 98, 546. Skinners of Glasgow and Gorbals , 176 7. Slates , purchase of, 107. Smithies , building, 16; hearth money for, 465; rent of, 486. Soaperie company , 255 6, 275. Soapmaking , 112.

    Index of names, K-Z

    97, 155. Smelte , 131, 177. Smith , 3, 98, 128. Smithe , 1 , 5, 122, 128, 135, 141. Smithies , 81. Smithson , 91, 108, 128. Smyth , 2, 3, 15, 39, 43, 47, 48, 50, 62, 69,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 May 1725, 14 May 1725

    of any, and what, Bounty and Charity had been diftributed by the Earl of Macclesfield, and to whom. And Hunt, Smithies, John Myers, and Edward Saunders, were feverally fworn, and examined as to their Knowledge of the fame Matter, and Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1815, 13 March 1815

    are now held by Sir Henry Strachey and other Perfons in undivided Shares. Enclofure Wnt3 of Error de¬ livered : Smithies & Johnfon againft Little: Danfey et al. againft Uftier k Blind: The Lord Ellenborough, Lord Chief Juftice of the Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1815, 16 March 1815

    affign Errors on Saturday next. A Petition of Thomas Little, Defendant in a Writ of Smithies & Error depending in this Houfe, wherein Jo/eph Smithies Johnfon and John John/on are Plaintiffs, was prefented and read • ?ga'na Little» fetting forth, Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1815, 18 April 1815

    the flrft vacant Day for Caufes after thofe already appointed. Smithies ^ ^et^tlon of Thomas Little, Defendant in a Writ of & Johrifon Error depending in this Houfe, wherein Jofeph Smithies againft Little, and John Johnfon are Plaintiffs, was prefented Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1815, 21 April 1815

    That all the Lords be fummoned to attend the Service of the Houfe on Tuefday the ad of May next. Smithies & Johnfoii againft Little, Defendant's Agent to deliver in Bill of Colts. eries Bill. The Order of the Day Subscribers-only content


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