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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Madeley Communications Madeley 1849

    Madeley Communications COMMUNICATIONS. The Severn was early the county's main artery of trade, 50 on which barges and the larger trows were in use by the early 15th century. 51 By the earlier 17th century there was a community

    Madeley Growth of settlement

    Madeley Growth of settlement GROWTH OF SETTLEMENT. There were 6 villeins, 4 bordars, and 4 serfs in the manor in 1086 , 20 and 11 inhabitants paid the 1327 subsidy. 21 In 1642 the adult population was 330 or

    Madeley Coalbrookdale, Coalport and Ironbridge

    Madeley Coalbrookdale, Coalport and Ironbridge MADELEY INCLUDING COALBROOKDALE, COALPORT, AND IRONBRIDGE Communications, p. 23. Growth of Settlement, p. 27. Social and Cultural Activities, p. 32. Manor and Other Estates, p. 35. Economic History, p. 40. Local Government, p. 56.

    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS For permission to reproduce material in their copyright, custody, or possession and for the loan of prints, thanks are offered to Aerofilms Ltd. (plate 31), the British Waterways Board (plate 8), Dr. I.

    Benthall BENTHALL 1938

    Benthall BENTHALL Benthall lies on the right bank of the Severn facing the town of Ironbridge . 77 The former parish is largely rural, but in earlier centuries its extensive reserves of coal, ironstone, limestone, and clay were exploited,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HELYNTION GLANAU TEGID. sY Nos Inu, wythnos i'r diweddaf, yn yr yetafell ber. lie thynol i gapel Tegid Place. cynhaliwyd te parti o ii' aelodautri nen bedwar o ddosbarthiadau o fercbed ieuainc a arferent ymgynnll yD y lie uchod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTrS. ENGRAVED ITERAIRY PUBLICATIONS. No. 2.-MANSION AND GARDEN OF W ITE-iKNtGHTfS. 'AMONX the most zestful enjoymenis of our existence there are none eqatI to that wh lich is conferred by the tnre- served cordial attachment of the best Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    URIIYIAL CLARENCE B y D iP ROPECTUS for BIJ3TILOING a NEW BRIDGCE, ACRSS the 'AISfrom Chotch street, Lambeth, to the HIorseferry road, Westminster. PATRON. H4is Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence, l(.G. who has condescended to express his approbation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. NOT~CE is HEREBY GIVEN, That the fol- -9 5aeiOS classical Subjects have been selected for E rsainatior in tbi Uns''rsityrt vijt.n ,n Examination in 1815: Ffoe r iarHiculetOnrabillaH Book 11. VEO(~L-GeorgICS1 Boork IV. f i k Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COAss XXVI1-Nasaufactures in Mineral Sub- tces used jar Building or Decoration, as ir Marble, $late, orphYies Cements, Artificial Stones, rc. 1asirbeli, the Cas4lcre, Rome, a table in Roman mosaic pemidoff. Messrs Russia, malachite manufactured into various articles of furniture Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix C No. 21

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62 8 February 1830 [42 ] [43 ] No. 21.-General Statement, shewing the Amount of the Proceeds of the Sales of Goods and Merchandize of The East India Company in Great Britain, and of

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (1) No. 1

    Affairs of the East India Company Appendix A (1) No. 1 [5 ] [6 ] Appendix A. A. (1.) Papers relating to the Financial Accounts of The East India Company, Civil, Political and Commercial, and its Trade and Intercourse

    Parishes (East Ward), St Lawrence, Appleby

    Parishes (East Ward) St Lawrence, Appleby THE EAST WARD. THE PARISH OF ST. LAWRENCE, APPLEBY Including the Townships of Colby, Barwise, Hoff and Drybeck. THE CASTLE. To the antiquary the chief interest of the Castle lies in the enormous


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