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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hundersfield

    Honersfeld, 1338; Honoresfeld, 1361. Wirdehill, Wordehill, 1324. Todmerdene, 1304. This ancient township, divided from Spotland by the summit of the high land to the west, occupies the upper part of the Roch valley and also takes in the southerly side

    West Bromwich Education

    a mixed and infants' board school. 26 Summit British School, later Summit Board School. By 1842 the Kenricks were running a school for boys, girls, and infants in Glover Street near their Summit Foundry . It was intended primarily for

    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    such as those north and south of Warwick Road , although terraces faced both sides of the common. They included Summit Place north of the Swan and, opposite, the long four-storeyed Buccleuch Terrace of c . 1825, 40 with Buccleuch

    Townships Todmorden and Walsden

    . Gastrell, Notitia , ii, 137. The history of that at Calderbrook begins in 1823 ; a chapel, known as Summit , was built in 1833 . A church was formed at Smallbridge in 1828 ; the present building was

    The Physique of Middlesex RELIEF

    our present purpose we may adopt a simple three-fold grouping: Stage I being the deposits of the highest hill-tops or summit plateaux-the 'Pebble Gravel ' of the Geological Survey; Stage II the glacial deposits, namely the boulder clay and associated

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a beautiful frontispiece. Price 2s. 6d. half-bound. The PEASANTS of CHAMIOUNI; containing an account of an attempt to reach the Summit of Mentblanc, and a delineation of the Scenery among the Alps. Second Edition, in ISso. with a frontispiece, half-bound, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr FARrENr: arid lastly, he will see four views of eminent merit and beauty. Time firnt, "A View of the Summit of the Guadagnolawith the Mediterixiiseau ii the distance, in w~jich scene is grouped after the popular paiu~iug by Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marcet-tX. Barrkberdt's Travels in Arabia-X. Library of Useloltetalp,,3 Farmer's Series-XL M. Cousin's Course of Philosophy-XII. Asld ja' Ac;: to the Summit of Mont Blanc-XI1. Flaxman's Lectures on Scrtlla1r XlV. History and Present State of Chemical Science; Berzelins, &c-XV. N Freinch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Environs, as seen from three Galeries-the Saloon -of Arts-the Ball and Cross fron St. Paul's Cathedral, and View from the Summit, One Shilling. To te Cnsevatrie, FuntinMarne Cavern, Swiss Cottage, Alpine Scenery, Water-falls, &-c. &c., One Shilling. ' , pn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Environs, as seen from thre Galleries-the Saloon of Arts-the Ball and Cross from St. Paul's Cathedral, and View from the Summit, One Shilling. To the Conservatories, Fountain, Marine Cavern, Swiss Cottage, Alpine Sceneryj Water-falls; &c. &c., One Shilling. GRAND LAUNCHES Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 November 1762, 25 November 1762

    which feized the for¬ tunate Hour of reaping the Advantages of our Vic¬ tories, while we were yet on the Summit of our Glory, and before any Re^erfe of Fortune had hap¬ pened : And that, in grateful Return for Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1762, 25 November 1762

    that Wifdom which feized the fortunate Hour of reaping the Advantages of our Victories, while we were yet on the Summit of our Glory, and before we had ex¬ perienced any Reverfe of Fortune. In grateful Re¬ turn for thofe Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1801, 15 June 1801

    " the Hill with the Ardour of a zealous Subjedt and the " Speed of a Greyhound, and upon the Summit, fingle " handed, encountered and conquered the moft defpe- " rate Man of thofe moft defperate Times. " Well Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1809, 2 June 1809

    efl Billa, intituled, « An Aft Bill. « for making and maintaining a Railway or Tram " Road from the Summit of the Hill above Churchway " Engine, in the Foreft of Dean, in the County olGlou- if cefler, to Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1809, 6 June 1809

    Bill, intituled, " An A& for Railway Bill w making and maintaining a Railway or Tram Road " from the Summit of the Hill above Churchivay En- " gine, in the Foreft of Dean, in the County of Glou- " Subscribers-only content

 

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