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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The county borough since 1910 STOKE-on-TRENT BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    The county borough since 1910 THE COUNTY BOROUGH SINCE 1910 THE county borough as constituted in 1910 comprised an area of 11,142 acres. 1 In 1922 an extension of the boundary took place in an easterly and southerly direction

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Schools

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Schools SCHOOLS 1 Endowed Schools and Grammar Schools The first schools in the area seem to have been those set up in the early 17th century by John Weston , Rector of Stoke (d. 1617).

    Index

    Index Note: The arrangement of the index in general reflects the arrangement of the volume summarized on p. 80. Thus all places within one of the six Pottery towns in 1910 are identified to the relevant town; all other

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Protestant Nonconformity

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Protestant Nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY 1 In 1760 John Wesley first visited Burslem , then the largest of the Pottery villages, and six years later the first Methodist chapel was built there. The building of this

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.3283

    Place(s): Baildon Hall (Baildon Hall) : habitation Participant: Thomas Farrar [Farrer] Role: witness Details: male; 27 Employment: clothier Location: Ball Green (Ball Greene) : undefined Cannot identify; spelling modernised Place(s): Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Sowerby (Sowerby) : chapelry Participant: Sarah Brooksbank [Brooksbancke;

    CP.H.5309

    CP.H.5309 Reference:CP.H.5309 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Matrimonial (annulment - minor / forced marriage) Details:5 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 7/10/1637 - 12/4/1638 People & Places Participant: Ruth Furnace [Fournes] Alternate name: Ruth Brigg [Briggs]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS VACANT (=oM-d) J) 'uG; tT l - 1antcld, practical, experienced 'Wlsetcsa utrou ites, pariset,& shoip trade: capable to invoice geat _Na other aI-plss-,sion enterta.ins-l. %Wages l5s, west- Ad treesl, stating references and last, epldoyed. A. 33. Daily ]7LFC.<T1IO-PI.ATF. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B3ACH & BARKER, E BIRMIINGHA~M -MO tRING AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE 44 NEW STREET. EVERY REýQUISITE FOlt LADIES' MOURNING, MANTLEýS,-MILLIN`ERY. COSTUMES. AND DRBS-SMAKflg FUlNER.ALS CONDUCTED TO MEET THdE WIS1ES OF ALL - 1 7 SES8V. 20 SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLICATIONS. _ - WTALTER SCOTT'S SERIALS.1 SErTES EZ Volumes Now Beady. WORKS OF CO VN-VT TOLSTOI- VHAT ro DO t Crown Svo, 2s. 6d. Half morocco, 5s. THEZ CANTEl:RB- UR, Y SERIENS- GREEK ANTHOLOGY. Edited by G A Txsa-E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF TEE DAY. AND) JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1889. LocA WEATn]n FOMCAST.-Southerly to westery breezes, fresh to moderate; dzli, 4with some rain atfirst, thenfiner. BIRMINGHAM WEEKLY POST. NEW STORY. ON SATURDAY NBXT WILL BE COaOMUCED THE MYSTERY OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSES. LEwIs's yTINTEP SALE. | TEIE GrEATESL SALE ON RECORD, *O - DAY (EfDN-V5D t l. - * 2OVE.MSEII 27, AND DUiLLNG THEf WEJI & TI-i;lE STOCE8 FOEOR SALE. I Tq C'l rLNERAT DRAlUERY STOC OE 3IESSI ME J. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    J. stat. soc. inq. soc. Irel., 1863

    1878 . ] By W. Neilson Hancock, LL .B. 173 that would give the greatest amount of intelligence, and monetary and other security, for the least cost and the least creation of new offices or patronage, the treasurers of Subscribers-only content

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