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You searched for: Place: "Aston Hall" "Aston Hall", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Grateful acknowledgement is made to the Birmingham Reference Library for the facilities afforded for the selection of illustrations and for making available for reproduction prints and other material in the Birmingham collection. For

    Parishes White Ladies Aston

    Parishes White Ladies Aston WHITE LADIES ASTON Eastun, Estun (xi cent.); Eston (xii and xiii cent.); Bishop's Aston , Aston Episcopi (xiv cent.); Bysshopusaston, Byshoppes Aston (xv cent.); Aston Episcopi, Whiteladiaston (xvi cent.). The parish of White Ladies Aston

    Domesday Book 1300-1540 AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION CAUSES ALLEGED IN 1341 TAXED WEALTH IN 1327

    Domesday Book 1300-1540 1300-1540 The later Middle Ages, in particular the period from the mid 14th century to the last quarter of the 15th century, have traditionally been seen as a time of depression in agrarian society, punctuated by

    Manors

    Manors MANORS All the Warwickshire manors within the area of modern Birmingham (except for Berwood and Sheldon ) and all the manors in Handsworth parish 1 were held in the early Middle Ages by a single line of overlords.

    Secular Architecture BIRMINGHAM GENERAL DISPENSARY ANDERTON SQUARE Mid-19th-Century Back- To-Back Houses Late-19th-Century Tunnel-Back Houses BOURNVILLE in 1898

    Secular Architecture SECULAR ARCHITECTURE 1 Public and Commercial Buildings within the 1838 Borough The earliest building used for public meetings of which we have any architectural record was the Old or High Cross which stood in the Bull Ring

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4atapbbion QvlElreig. Traddododd y Parch. Lewis Ellis, Rhuddlan, ddar- lith ar "Ryfeddodau y Ddinas Danddaearol, ' yn nghapel y Methodistiaid, Rhydycilgwyn, ar y 18fed cyfisol, Mr. 1). J. Morris, yn liywyddu. Cafwyd darlith wir ddifyrus ac adeiladol, ac ymddangosai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffabijab au ajthiiazl. Ni chymerodd Mesur Trwyddedu Mr. Cross amser maith i fyned trwy bwyll or Ty y Cyffredin. Decbreuwyd dadlen ei wahanol adranau ddydd Iau yr wythnos ddiweddaf, a cbyrhaeddodd y trydydd darlleniad nos Lun. Trefniadau y mesur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PYNCIAU CYMREIG YN Y SENEDD. Cafodd Cymru syiw bychan ddwy waith neu dair yn y Senedd yr wythnos hon. Nos Lun rhoddodd Mr. T. E. Ellis y gofyniadau canlynol i ls-Lywydd y (Cyngor Addysg-(1) A dynwyd ei sylw at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. COUNTER REVOLUTION-DREADFUL CARNAGE IN PARIS. The latest accounts from Paris which we were enabled to give las week must hare fully prepared the public for the reception of news of the most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL NEWS. EARL FITZWcLLIAot AND FlEE3 TrADY.-Earl Fitzwilliamn, whose long and disinterested advocacy of the repeal of the food monopoly must ever be remembered to his honour, hlis adopted a course of justice to- wards his tenantry worthy of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Other documents

    Appendix Other documents (B) OTHER DOCUMENTS 161. Tobacco imported into London in 1775 (Northamptonshire Record Office, Fitzwilliam (Burke) MSS. A.xxv.74) [N.B. All except those marked by asterisk are known Chesapeake merchants. Entries referring to the same firm under different

    Journal, February 1780, Volume 87, 01 February 1780-28 February 1780

    Journal, February 1780 Volume 87 Journal, February 1780 fo. 12 . Thursday, February 3rd. Present: The Earl of Carlisle, Mr. Jenyns, Mr. Greville, Mr. de Grey, Mr. Gibbon. Barbados . Read a letter from Lord George Germain, one of

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1776-31 May 1782

    Index M-Z M Mabane , Mr., of Quebec, 214. McAlpine , Mr., Glasgow manufacturer, 421 2. MacArtney , Sir George, afterwards Lord, Governor of Grenada. Tobago, etc., 4, 6, 379. -, -, letters from, 69, 81, 102, 106, 121,

    Index

    Index References in Roman numerals are to pages in the introduction; those in Arabic numerals are to serial numbers in the text. Abbreviations used: Md., Maryland; Va., Virginia. Items marked by an asterisk are explained in the Glossary (Appendix

 

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