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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications

    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications DOMESTIC BUILDINGS Fifty or more surviving houses in the city, in addition to those in the Close, retain at least part of their timber-framed structure. 1 They are generally of two storeys or of

    Lichfield Social and cultural activities

    Lichfield Social and cultural activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES GREENHILL BOWER. The festivities at Greenhill associated by the 15th century with the inspection of the watch during the Whitsun fair included the erection of a bower for the bishop's

    Lichfield History to c. 1500

    Lichfield History to c. 1500 GENERAL HISTORY EARLY SETTLEMENT Fragments of Mesolithic flints have been found on the high ground occupied by St. Michael 's churchyard, and they may indicate the site of a flint industry. 1 Traces of

    Lichfield The place and street names, population and boundaries

    Lichfield The place and street names, population and boundaries THE PLACE NAME The place name Lichfield occurs in a Life of St. Wilfrid (d. 709), written soon after the saint's death, and in the Ecclesiastical History of Bede (d.

    Lichfield The 20th century LICHFIELD: central area 1989

    Lichfield The 20th century THE 20TH CENTURY In the 20th century, and especially in the years since the Second World War, Lichfield has developed as a residential area, with extensive light industry and a growing emphasis on tourism. There

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    St. John's Lodge (1039) Lodge Details SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1864 Warrant of Constitution: 1 Nov. 1864 Cons. 11 Jan. 1865 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 1039 Lodge Number (1729):

  • * British History Online *

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    London Tabernacle Minutes, 1746-7

    London Tabernacle Minutes 1746-7 35 . [p.33 ] 1746 After this time a spirit of contention arose and antinomianism grew to a strong head and preachers, the brethren and conference were divided by means of Mr Cudworth's and others

    Index

    Index Arabic numerals refer to entries and not to pages. Roman numerals refer to the pages of the Introduction. Abbot , Brother, 4-5, 9 Abergavenny (Mon.), association at, 98-102 Account book , 113, 158 Accounts , xvii, 37; audited,

    English Calvinistic Methodist Association, Minutes 1748-9

    English Calvinistic Methodist Association Minutes Minutes 1748-9 88 . [p.46 ] Att an association at Bristol, January 27 1747[8 ] 32 Present: Brother Harris Adams James Relly Beaumont John Relly Ingram Godwin Humphries Vines Hogg Mends Piercal Smith Gibbs

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 1 - SALE OF A POAION BOF THE : bAF|tLDi IESTATE. Yesterday morning, Messrs. Daniel Smith, Son, arid the Oakley of London, offerodl for sale at the George Hotel need Lichfiefid, the det;aced portions of the Lichdield~ estates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NATIONAL PRO) ;s the BEST HOUSE in the MIDLAND COY the Prices charged, in all cases, are only a m GROCERY FRUIT AND PATE PERFUMERY AN HARDWARE C MARBLE i E L E C T R O.? L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSES. THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION the BEST HOUSE in the MIDLAND COUNTIES for GOODS in any of the following Departments, and tho Prices abareed. in all cses, are only a mere commission on those of the Importer or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Irs. Mfr. G. F. Vernon, tile cii~tr n 31r. the Antipodes. rI~tes ts Ies, ien Extensive poisoninug of rooks has lately bto'r,. not Whinhant Kent. Si sell Tiie lates rflciiil data gives the strength cf tl, r~ nyat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUDDE DEN. OF M. BROMEY. I t' " DAVENPORT, M.P. id ALLEGED MISCONDUCT OF YEOMANRY. 0 Late on Sunday nighb Mr. Bromley-Davenport, one of e ,f the members for North Warwickshire, died suddenly at s 1 Lichfield, the headquarters Subscribers-only content

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