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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Samlesbury

    was served by Franciscans in the 18th century; since 1816 by seculars. 105 The present church of St. Mary , Southbank , was built in 1817 -18. 106 Charities Mrs. Dorothy Langdale in 1715 left £200 for the maintenance of

    The City of Coventry Public education

    ( 12 ) COTTON COMPANY 1881 M Sch. for children of employees; 1893 closed. ( 1, 11 ) COUNDON C., Southbank Rd. 1937 Orig. JM & I; 1955 JM/I 1955 separate I sch. opened. ( 1, 12 ) COUNDON COURT

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    (formerly Sandon Rd .), Sheepmarket, Shirburn Rd., Shirley St ., Shoobridge St., Silk St ., Sneyd St., South St ., Southbank St., Spencer Ave . (formerly Spencer St .), Spooner's Lane, see Leek and Lowe : streets ( Broad St

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AroaiTr \an Steierwiek. The flares, St. Wilfred, ]Loril lDoglas.Pecmer Antrisi, Itc Anchor, Recluse, Attainder homse, Volcano, Grewel- thorpeu, Gossamer, and Southbank. H to it 'sr to T PtAitH. --leckeeham. Ittireoxes. (Cc. -NonIchalan1ce. IicO'e'li;,rtai- t'1';c-~rille Abbo ere Mincrere. Life closed, Los Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    favourite fruni Lihation, Puzzle, Dryfly, and Jolly Tar, neither of whom, however, proved victorious, and the winner came forth in Southbank. Jesuit, who appears to be well suited to the Lewes course, wvon the Ramsey Handicap readily enough ; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    journey, when Ben Bolt took a slight lead of Royal Duke, and the pair went on in front 1 of Southbank and What Not until a distance from home, when the three placed took close order, and Ben Bolt staying Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agst .t- BpFrGsaox H&uNscat'.... Willse Blair..... 2 to 1 agst r-W=ernrnemw SmTrEPLC's Swindler ..S..... to 2 aget - Hussy HinnICc.s.r.... Southbank...... 100 to 12 aget- Ai.Laes' PLATE ...... Lauderdale...... 85 to 40 aptl WihgheSALE OF BLOOD STOCK. 0a 'it h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ontbuslastically given. After lire conclrsion of the mreting arrangemonts had been made, of which many members availed themselvea,for visiting the Southbank Ironworks, the Clay Ifleese Ironworks, the Cleveland Ironworks (Bolckow, Vaughan, and Co.), Eston Mines (oIlekow, Vaughan, and Co.), Normanby Subscribers-only content

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