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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bromwich The growth of the town

    West Bromwich The growth of the town THE GROWTH OF THE TOWN. The chief settlement in the parish until the 19th century was Lyndon to the south of All Saints' Church. The church itself can be traced from the

    West Bromwich Education

    West Bromwich Education EDUCATION. There was a school in West Bromwich by 1686 , apparently a private academy, 72 and by then the parish was entitled to send two boys to Old Swinford Hospital School (Worcs.), established in 1670

    Parishes Elmley Lovett

    Parishes Elmley Lovett ELMLEY LOVETT AElmeleia (xi cent.); Almelega Ricardi de Portes (xii cent.); Amelegh, Aumleye Lovet, Auneleg (xiii cent.). The parish of Elmley Lovett , situated 5 miles north-west of Droitwich , has an area of 2,365 acres,

    West Bromwich Public services

    West Bromwich Public services PUBLIC SERVICES. Conditions in West Bromwich in the 19th century were not so insanitary as in many other towns, because much of it was situated on sloping ground and because the soil facilitated drainage. 15

    West Bromwich Communications

    West Bromwich Communications COMMUNICATIONS. Roads. West Bromwich is crossed by the ancient highway from Birmingham to Wolverhampton . By the beginning of the 16th century it was part of the route from London to Shrewsbury and ran from the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLICO AM~USEMEN~T& T EATRE ROYAL.-CLOSED inltil Auguoatl', for TRedecocatlon. BANE HOLIDAY. Aupusls7. "YO PH.", pRINCE OF, WALES THEATRE. BRILLIANT SUCCESS or' MI1SS EMILY SOLDENE AND HER OPERA~ COMPANY. TmgS EVENING, at 7.30, Faanio n teesNwadScean Opera Comitlile, entitled foadRelsNwsi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT LICENSING MEHTIGS, WEST B3ROMWICH AND WENSUY The arinual Licensinq Session for th Wet~o~~ ndt 'y Wedrieslilurypolice divssiops was heldoWensat theJ 'e Ptiblio Office, West Brolniwich, the magistrates present a d beingliMessrs. J. Solly, H., Adkins, R. Farlcey, anid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. An SMETHWICK LOCAL, BOARD. Ig W .785C~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ i A special meeting of the Smethwick. Local Boardwac [ea held on Monday, for the purpose of considern what action ofshould be taken with regard to the noticesiwhich had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GALES AND SNOWSTORMS. FATAL SHIPPING DISASTERS. h TRAINS SNOWED UP. nw 5 Wintry weather prevailed in Birmingham throughout 'j( *yesterday.. Snow" fell lightly in the morning, but more whi n heavily and continuously in' the'afterhoon, until the ta d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1_!STBROMWICL LIBERAL AssocIATIOie. ....taAt egh1 ls meeting of the General om te thi a ti was held at the Town Hall; Mr.i j A. Oclzfi presiding.-The report and the' treasurer A l , wer adpea'a t were adoptedl, and Subscribers-only content

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