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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Willenhall

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Willenhall WILLENHALL The former hamlet and civil parish of Willenhall lay two miles south-east of Coventry between the River Sowe and the River Avon . The hamlet was a

    Parishes Pidley with Fenton

    Parishes Pidley with Fenton PIDLEY WITH FENTON Pidele et Fenton xiii cent.; Pidel, Puddele, Pydele, Fenton xiv cent. The parish of Pidley with Fenton lies to the west of Somersham and no doubt originally formed with it one large

    The city of Durham The castle

    The city of Durham The castle THE CASTLE The castle of Durham stands on the neck of a peninsula which was unapproachable by the engines of siege of ancient times, and from the very fact of its impregnable strength

    Parishes Ambrosden

    Parishes Ambrosden AMBROSDEN 1 The ancient parish of Ambrosden comprises most of the three townships and modern civil parishes of Ambrosden (1,515 a.), Blackthorn (2,085 a.), and Arncot (1,700 a.). 2 The present acreages of Ambrosden and Blackthorn date

    Townships Bury

    Townships Bury BURY Biri, 1194; Buri, 1212; Bury, 1227, and usual; Byry, 1292; Bery, 1323. The township of Bury lies principally in the narrow tongue of land between the Irwell and the Roch , stretching north for over 4

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE HURRICANE. The storms which have spent their fury on the northern and eastern coasts of the empire within the last fortnight on the morning of Monday broke upon the metropolis with aggravated violence. If we except the destructive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVEEAPTN FO ERHARA31T.ON. TIut POLTOE Counr.-At the Police; Court, yesterday, William Lloyd, tramp, and David Robinson, sawyer, Bilston Street., were each sentenced to three months' im- prisonment for stealing two fowls front the premises of Mir Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAFFORDSHRE SUMMER ASSIZES. CROWN COURT.-AVrDSDTAY. BEFORE BR. JUSTICE AuCIIBILfD. ALLEGED FELONIOuS ASSAULT AT KINGSWINFORD.- Dudley Chance (on bail) was indicted for feloniously assaulting Sarah Ann Stokes, on the 6th July, 1873, &c. Mr. Underhill was for the prosecution, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .PUBLIC NOTIC'ES. HEBIRMINGHAM SYNDICATE (LIMITE). Dlnamonir. arle HENR BAR~kY O*LE, Tie WegoWolverhamptors. s~k~lP.3)N A~rUL LOYDMV.,Moo Hal, Stton Coldfoldl. The Directore are reiroretto Recelve PROPOSAIB f Or the TIransaCCt=Oiof sound FiNAN('IAL OI'EBATIONIO. ALFRED E. WENHAM, Secetry office&sO'. Ann Street, Birril Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONAL._____ P R. BELCHER, MUSICAL PRiOFESSOR, -will lyRESU-4d bin DUTIES on MONDAnY aEXT. 27th inst. Caudi. jsteo. ,ishinig to loin hls Theory Cisrues (at Messrs. Rogers and pricetley, Colmoey Ilow) woiLplePIse apply onl or before the 10th ins.. 1)r. Subscribers-only content

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