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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1945-74

    the walls on an elevated viaduct and then descend southwards across the site of the cattle market at the Gorse Stacks to join Foregate Street at the junction with City Road . Although the planned route connected with Grosvenor Bridge

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Markets

    every calf brought to market in return for cleansing the site. 55 A horse market was held on the Gorse Stacks in the late 16th century, 56 and a swine market in Eastgate Street until 1640. 57 The horse market

    Willingham Economic history

    had a fishery for three boats from before 1251 until the 16th century and there were other fisheries in the Stacks , 'Dernlode', and 'Frithmere' in 1335 and in Oxe mere and Shelfords in 1548 . Fishponds were recorded at

    Topography 900- 1914 Early modern and georgian, 1550-1840 Forest house

    was continuously built up as far as Boughton , and where Cow Lane (later Frodsham Street ) and the Gorse Stacks to the north, and St. John 's Lane and Vicars Lane to the south were also lined with houses.

    Leisure and culture Sport after 1700

    east corner of the Gorse Stacks was new in 1700 . 39 The Roodee green was restored to use after 1660, 40 and was still in use in 1800 . 41 Those at the Gorse Stacks and in the Groves

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'number'of fine Ewes and Lamhs eiellent oding. 8c Sows, with a litter of young-Pigs, a Stock-of Poultry, c y Four" Stacks of prime -Hay about rwelve. ,ares ff Potatoes, Six acres-of Barley, Four ace ofVOatthe. : ,Depasturing ot sevegr,7a adies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number of fine Ewes and Lambs, excellent Breeding Sows, with a litter of young Pigs, a Stock of Poultry, Four Stacks of prime Hay, about Twelve acres of Potatoes, Six acres of Barley, Four acres of Oats, the Depasturing of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iVw hanfon i'r eyhoeddwr,- E. W. EVANS, 'GOLEUAD' OFFICE, DOLGELLEY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. To BE SOLD, by Private Teaty, the several Stacks of well-harvested H A Y, of the Growths of 1882, 1883, and 1884, standing at the undermen- tioned Stations Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eyhoeddwr,- E. W. EVANS, 'GOLEIUAiD' OFFICE, DOLGELLEY, CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. _a rmo BE SOLD, by Private Testy, the several c 1 Stacks of well-harvested H A Y, of the Growths a of 1882, 1883, and 1884, standing at the undermen- tioned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'Vw hanfon i'r eyhoeddwr,- E. W. EVANS, 'GOLEUAD' OFFICE, DOLGELLEY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. TO BE SOLD, by Private Teaty, the several Stacks of well-harvested H A Y, of the Growths of 1882, 1883, and 1884, standing at the undermen- tioned Stations Subscribers-only content

 

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