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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Communications Communications

    The City of Coventry Communications COMMUNICATIONS 1 ROADS. None of the roads around Coventry lies on the line of a Roman road: there was no Roman settlement on the site, and the nearest roads were the Fosse Way, six

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park HARNALL, RADFORD , AND WHITMORE PARK HARNALL Harnall is the former name of the district in Holy Trinity parish, part of which was

    Parishes Merevale

    Parishes Merevale MEREVALE Acreage: 890. Population: 1911, 110; 1921, 105; 1931, 182. This small parish, 1 mile from north to south and 11/2 miles from east to west, is bounded on the north-east by Watling Street , on the

    Parishes Shuttington

    Parishes Shuttington SHUTTINGTON Acreage: 1,420. Population: 1911, 614; 1921, 699; 1931, 588. Shuttington is a long narrow parish, 3 miles from north to south with an average width of between 3/4 and 1/2 mile, lying west of Polesworth and

    Parishes Mancetter Plans of Mancetter Manor House

    Parishes Mancetter MANCETTER In 1821 the ancient ecclesiastical parish of Mancetter was still undivided. At the present time within the boundaries of 1821 four separate civil parishes are to be found. 1 They are the parishes of Mancetter ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE.E NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. AU, letters intecadid for publicautioU7 aust be accomrnsid ; te namv and address of 'the muoter; scot necsril. for publication, bu4 for tCic info-mation, of the Editor. Wien answers to queetiooscs arc not gives in 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

    PUBLIC ABIUSBMBNT2 OFRN i26h WA ES Tf1EA-TRE,, Broad Street.- '7 c rrr cc7)* 'iF'ItNiD IT["' frill-rd be Borlesiire of I' uci. Mlie, Nl'r, v "UA'l' "ISI I3I'S WILIL" Eletric RAN])D TfIMATI'EF To nnn-itwjiienCe of its Groat 'lvilt) BY) THlE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COVENTRY. MuNrorreA, ErLrEIoN Lty Sr~ox STmnRT WAna-The nomination of candidates for the vacancy in the repre- sentation of Spon Street Ward in the City Council caused by the death of Mr. Jolhu Sutton is fixed for to- morrow, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . dommadal site Eflattarg. WEDNESDAY EviEING, January 5bh. The first effect of the warlike news from Paris was, as stated yesterday, but slight on the. Stock Exchange, as was evinced by the trifling fall which took place in the Subscribers-only content

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