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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Painswick Local government

    disbanded c . 1860, 40 so that the parish did not subsequently achieve urban district status and, except for the Uplands area, became part of the Stroud rural district. A bailiff and crier was recorded in the 18th century and

    Painswick Churches

    sanctuary, nave, south aisle, and west tower, designed by Temple Moore , was opened at Uplands . 39 The benefice was thereafter called Slad with Uplands . A chapel of ease, dedicated to ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST and comprising chancel,

    Painswick Education

    a united school district for Painswick and Uplands after the latter was made a separate parish in 1894 . 31 From 1897 until 1899 the expense of building a new school at Uplands led to friction between the two parish

    Loughton Worthies and social life

    there. 67 Sir George Carroll (d. 1860) Lord Mayor of London 1846-7 and Contractor for State Lotteries, was owner of Uplands , and lived there. 68 W. W. Jacobs ( 1863-1943 ), the author, lived for many years at the

    Painswick Introduction Painswick 1972 Painswick Old Town Hall and Parish Buildings Before 1840

    of the town, Sheepscombe and Slad , to the east, and the suburban development of Stroud at Beeches Green and Uplands . The cloth industry was the foundation of the town's prosperity and the availability of good building stone ensured

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    godi ysgoldy neu vestry newydd. Caniatawydeu cais gyda chymeradwyad mawr. 5. I Penodwyd y Parch. T. Levi a Mr. Phillips, Uplands, Abertawe, i fyned yn gynrychiolwyr drosy y Cyfar- ] fod Misol i GYnhadledd Aughydffurfiol Manchester. 6. Penodwyd Mr. David'Evang, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neu dis yn ol collwyd golwg fw II 7 yn sydyn or un o'r enw John Jones, adeiladydd, yn wii9 Uplands, Abertawe-yr oll a wyddid ydoedd i dafarn- ao wS yn17 dref ei anfon, mown cydwr pus feddw, mown Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fy mwyn fy han. Y mae yr awgrymiadan personol a wnaethpwyd, ya gystal a'r neb a'u gwnaethant, islaw fv sylw. Uplands, Sransea, THOMAS PJHILLIPS, Hyd. 10, 1874. BWRDD YSGOL UNEDIG LLEDROD A BLAENPENAL. Svr,-Gwelais yn eich newyddiadur am yr wytbnos: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aeydd,yn bwrriada dyfod iddi, £on eu henwau yr un .modd. . . ,2EIIIIJPS, St., Geoige's Villa, Swaneas. ' T. 'PLLIPS, Uplands, Swansea. W l~~~' Z O; T 3 B. E~KE;4innnl Meeting and the Opening of the New I0 Wi;ng oE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sydd yn bwriadu dyfod iddi, anfon en henwau yr un modd. D. PHILLIPS, St. George's Villa, Swansea _ T. PHILLIPS, Uplands, Swim . - DYM3UNA Y. PHOENIX OIL MILL -O.4, Norfolk Street, LiV'epoQI, Aiw syiw AmAETHWYRw OYMEU at y -Linseed Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELFORD, Jonathan (1776-1823), of Uplands, Tamerton Folliott, Devon

    (1776-1823), of Uplands, Tamerton Folliott, Devon Constituency Dates Westbury 1820 23 Nov. 1820 Ofifces Held Capt. E. Devon militia 1803. Biography Elford"s father, a partner in the Plymouth Bank and a controversial Member for Plymouth, 1796-1806, was solicitous for his

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    Sheep now kept are in the Hands of Country Gentlemen, who occupy their own Pro¬ perty ; but on the Uplands that Sort of Sheep has been changed for the Romney Marsh, to which our poor chalky Land is not Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    How many Pounds do your Fleeces average From Three and a Half to Four Pounds. You do not consider those Uplands at all calculated for the Lone WTool Sheep Certainly not. It would be a losing Concern to engage in Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    Tods, and so on. Is there much grown in that District A great deal. What Land is it grown on Uplands, principally. Towards the ChiUern Hills Yes; they cultivate there Turnips, and the artificial Grasses, and Sainfoin and Clover, and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    increased the Weight on the low Land, but put it on the Uplands Yes, simply to shew the Weight produced. I believe the Sussex Down Wools on the Uplands will produce Three Pounds; there is no Attempt at Exaggeration. Can Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    ofl „ Wool, - - -J ' Uphill South Down Fleeces, Weight \ jju|jDar^ of, - - -J ' ' Uplands not fit for long-wool Sheep, - Boys, - King, Brown, R. Hughes, Newton, Jowitt, Cunnington, Ireland, - Cunningion, 1818 Subscribers-only content

 

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