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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Social and cultural life

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Social and cultural life Social and Cultural Life For most of the 18th century, until that function was reduced by the rise of the London season and the growth of the neighbouring resort of Cheltenham ,

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Topography

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Topography Topography During the 18th century Gloucester 's unspectacular economic performance was matched by the lack of physical growth. There was some new building in the inner part of Barton Street . 1 Houses just beyond

    Edmonton Education

    Edmonton Education EDUCATION. 19 There was a schoolmaster in Edmonton in 1583 . 20 In 1606 Henry Smith of London left a £2 annual rent-charge on premises in Silver Street towards freeing poor boys and paying the master until

    Edmonton Growth before 1851

    Edmonton Growth before 1851 Growth before 1851. A mesolithic tool has been found at Winchmore Hill , 14 people lived near Ermine Street from c . 100-350 A.D., 15 and a few fragments of Roman pottery were discovered at

    Friaries The house of Grey Friars

    Friaries The house of Grey Friars 25. THE HOUSE OF GREY FRIARS 1 A company of nine Franciscans arrived in England on 10 September, 1224 , at the head of them being Agnellus of Pisa , the provincial minister.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. BROMLEY SPRING STEEPLECHASES AND HUIRDLE RACES. PROGRAMAIE FOR THIS-DAY (WEDNESDAY.) A SELLIN1 I li ittlf im RAm,; PLATE of 40 SOVB (1lnildicop); the wiener to be sold for S0 soes. About one mile aid a half, over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ----HUNTINiG APPOINTMENTS. The Norsrn WAeRwcsnssRz HorwDs, at Etee -Manlay Feb. 27. at Stone Bridge; Tuesday, Feb. 2S, at Keoilwortli Castle; Thtursday, March 2, at Dunchurch; Friday, March 3, at Loweorn Ford. The WARWTOx5sHITO HOUNDS, ata quaenr to teee-Thls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IIUINTLN'G APPOINTMENTS. ALr-IGllToX (t l1)-ThLs (day, Januuary 23, Ryton Bridge; Tuesday, 24, Stafford Castle tar 11.30); Thursday, 2b, Dudimas- ton; S;turday, 28, Mbrighton. ATerOusOSi. (at 11).-This day, January 25. Sutton Cheny; Wednesday, 25, Shuttington Bridge; Friday, 27, Ceton EHouse; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIVATE EDUCATION. A WIDOW IADY, in tie \\t'1-Rdins4' A of Yorkshire, Will lie hanpy to t ii'e a Ifilited Nomnscr of YOUNG LADI)-S it) lye eduls:aed with hern'I' o ,ughters ; wilbl this View it his lier in- tenstiun Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A ClR D. G REN DER and S IN, return' their grate- *..t Acknowledgments te' their Friends and the Public, for the many Favours confer ed upon theu, and beg Leave to inForm them, that they have remno- ved Subscribers-only content

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