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    Parishes Hanley Castle

    Parishes Hanley Castle HANLEY CASTLE Hanlie (xi cent.); Hanlega, Hanlegam, Hanlea (xii cent.); Hanlegh (xiii cent.). Hanley Castle , which appears to have been known alternatively as Potters' Hanley , 1 is a large parish, and until 1894, when Victoria County History

    University College

    University College UNIVERSITY COLLEGE University College 1 derives its origin from the generosity of William of Durham , a scholar of repute, sometime archdeacon of Caux and, for a few months in 1235 , archbishop-elect of Rouen . 2 Victoria County History

    Hanley Buildings, manors and estates HANLEY TOWN CENTER c. 1960

    Hanley Buildings, manors and estates HANLEY The borough of Hanley as it existed in 1910 covered an area of 1,957 acres 1 and comprised the township of Hanley , the township of Shelton (except for the former glebe land Victoria County History

    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life

    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life Local Government And Public Services. 1 In matters of parish government the townships of Hanley and Shelton lay within the ancient parish of Stoke-upon-Trent and together formed the Shelton quarter of Victoria County History

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity Roman Catholicism 1 In the earlier 18th century there seems to have been a Roman Catholic centre at Chesterton Hall , the seat of the Macclesfield family, 2 and there is a tradition Victoria County History

    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 Victoria County History

    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 Victoria County History

    Index

    Index INDEX Abbots Langley ( Herts .), 244, 245 Abbotsley (Hunts.), 82 Abbotstoke ( Dorset ), 161 Abdy , Robert, 89, 92 Aberford (Yorks.), 120, 121, 122 Abergavenny (Mon.), 266, 266 n Abingdon ( Berks .), 3, 23, 293, Victoria County History

    Henry VIII, December 1545, 26-31, 01 December 1545-31 December 1545

    Henry VIII December 1545, 26-31 December 1545, 26-31 26 Dec. 1037 . Henry VIII. to Paget. 1 Calig. E. iv., 129. B. M. St. P., x. 806. Rymer, xv. 82. Perceives by his letters of the 22nd inst. his British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HANLEY TOWN COUNCL. A quarterly meeting of the Town Council was held at Henley yesterday ; Alderman E. J. Harmeersley (Mayor) presiding.-On the recommendation of the Markets Committee the town clerk was instructed to communicate farther with Mr. W. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE AFFAIRS OF FOSTER BROTHERS. I ____7___hrdioso A largely-attended private meeting of the creditors of William Foster, trading as Foster Brothers, of Coventry Road, Parade, Gooch Street, Stratford Road, Oliver Street, Birminghamn.; High Street, Aston; and Mar'ket Slae.l y Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THlE COST OF H.ANLEY PARK. At Hanley, yesterday, Major-General Henry Darley Crozier, R.E., an inspector of the Local Government Board, held a public enquiry with respect to an apulica- tion by the Town Council for sanction to borrow :24,000. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING NOTES. Owing to absence from the hunting field this week, my notes must necessarily be short, but although "hearsay is not evidence" the in- formation I have collected is fairly correct. Scent during the whole of the past Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Blake, Confectioner, Eastgate Row, Chester, AGENT for HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA, in PACKETS.- THE LEAF NOT COLOURED.- Dr. ScorFEKN, in his valuable work "On Food Adulteration," remarks, *tyixF*-4'23: - • • The best Tea I can find is that Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. On the 23nd nit. the wife of Mr. Joseph Bennett, 12, Bedford Bow, Chester, of twin sons. On the 2ith ult. at Abbey FieJd, Sandbach, the wife of E. Ashton, of a aoa. On the ■-'Bth ult. at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. BRIDGENORTH RACES.- Monday (Concluded ) The Selling Stakes of 3 soy. each, with 30 added ; the se- cond to recive 51. and the winner to be sold for 100/., if demanded. Heats, twice round. Mr. Thompson's Hudibras, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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