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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Growth of the City CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM , c. 1950 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    The Growth of the City THE GROWTH OF CITY The city of Birmingham 1 now covers an area of 51,147 acres and houses 1,105,651 people 2 on land which at the time of the Domesday survey was parcelled out

    Religious History Places of worship

    Religious History Places of worship Places of Worship The places of worship in the following list are arranged alphabetically by denominations which are italicized for convenience in reference, and, within the denominational groups, alphabetically by streets. Grouping under a

    Economic and Social History Mills RIVERS

    Economic and Social History Mills MILLS 1 Birmingham was, for geographical reasons, no more than adequately endowed with industrial power before the introduction of the steam-engine. 2 In their upper courses the local streams were swift and the construction

    Religious History Protestant Nonconformity

    Religious History Protestant Nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY 1 Though the history of nonconformity in Birmingham may be said to begin logically in 1662 , with the enforcement of the Act of Uniformity, religious revolt originated much earlier in the Puritan

    Public Education Schools

    Public Education Schools SCHOOLS Sources of information are cited in form of bracketed figures which refer to the correspondingly numbered entries in the list at the end of this section (see pp. 546 sqq.), or, in a few cases,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STATE AND CHURCH. Tie QUEF.N AND T1HE WOUNDED INDIAN Orrseeas.-As soon as the newvs reached the Queen at Osborne of the arrival at Southamp- ton, in the Pera steamer, of the wounded officers from India, her Ma- iesty telegraphed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I mighlt give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate. If lie resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth let bin proclaim war with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURRENT EVENTS. [A mark (*) is attached to the Events discussed or more fully nar- rated in this week's EXAMINER.] AMERICA: FOREIGN. July 3.-The fortress of Vicksburg surrenders to the Federals.* 4.-After three days' fighting, during which immense losses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY, July 20.-The Nevy Prize Agents Bill was read a second time.-Lord LyvEDEN asked what steps had been taken to raise a Miilitia in Canada since December, 1862.-Lord GRANVILLE Was unable to give a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. Aston parl, a short distance from Birmingham, was the scene of a I sad occurrence on Monday evening. A woman, calling herself the " Female Blondix' fell from a rope suspended thirty yards above the Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The one fete of the year

    [Amusements, Tightrope walking, Vaudeville, Playbills] ASTON PARK, BIRMINGHAM. THE ONE FETE OFThE TEAR •JXJI^"5r Till and «tli, IMO^. M. BLOlDIN ON TKE HIGH AND LO^W HOPE. STEAD, the Original " CUKE" MUST TIM1-; IN BUlMINiaiAM. BAND OF THE GRENADIER Subscribers-only content


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