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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chappel Introduction Chappel c. 1810

    Chappel Introduction CHAPPEL THE small parish of Chappel , earlier Pontisbright, lies c . 7 miles west of Colchester , in the Colne valley. 57 Although the part of the parish north of the Colne was until 1889 intermixed

    Smethwick Protestant Nonconformity

    Smethwick Protestant Nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. Apostolic Church. An unsectarian mission hall in Rolfe Street was registered in 1906 . It was apparently the forerunner of the Rolfe Street Pentecostal Mission in existence by 1918 and known as Rolfe Street

    Smethwick Economic history

    Smethwick Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. Agriculture. In 1086 Smethwick had land for two ploughs as against Harborne with land for only one. 27 Although Harborne had emerged as the ecclesiastical centre by the early 13th century, 28 economically and

    Smethwick Education

    Smethwick Education EDUCATION. From 1670 Harborne was entitled to send two boys to the Old Swinford Hospital School (Worcs.); by 1834 it was customary to choose them alternately from Harborne and Smethwick . 65 Smethwick was later given three

    Smethwick The growth of the town SMETHWICK c. 1971

    Smethwick The growth of the town THE GROWTH OF THE TOWN. Before the 19th century the main centre of population seems to have been Bearwood Hill at the junction of the Birmingham-Dudley road and the road from Harborne (now

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Book No.VII (3), 1818-33

    Council Minutes Book No.VII (3), 1818-33 Minutes of Council. Book No. VII. (3). 1818 1833. A thin quarto, bound in rough calf. Cardiff Town to Wit At a Court of Aldermen holden in the Council Chamber of the said

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    Selections from Archivists' Reports CHAPTER III. Selections from Archivist's Reports. 1 The City of Llandaff. AFTER a careful examination of the new edition of the Liber Landavensis , 2 I am of opinion that there have never been any

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IDISTRICTIES. WARWICK. . r:r~cla Arnmr= Suxom.-At the court House, g eo, lately a privato in' the 4th a Bateio of thbe Byal W-arVweltshiro regimpnt, and who l said he was a native of Rugby, was brought up on remand, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE DRAINAGE OF UPPER PENS AND I . TETENHALL. 1e Yesterday, Air. Stephen H. Terry, Local Government o. Board inspector, held an edjourced enquiry at the Drill e Hall, Tettenhell, touching the proposal of the Sanitary o Authority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMNGRAM PoLIE COURT. -YESERDAY. :Before Mr'. 1rvnssersley (Stipendiaci7I), Dr. BRuseef, 45id Mesilre. 19777,7nns and Bltn-ce. - SUSPECTICD FRAUMi.-Hugh Smirtl (40), cblieist, back of 31, Victoria Street, was charged oil suspicion of obtain-' as ing, by means of forged orders, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE FATAL CAB ACCIDENT AT LADYWOOD. at VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. id ,e hr. Hiawkes (Boroulgh Coroner) held an inqluest yestcr- r-day, at his Cout, in oor Street, as to- the death of ; a Blz Swann (67), a widow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SUGAR BOUNTIES BILL The Press Association says:-We have reason to believe that the bill giving effect to the prohibitive clauses of the Sugar bounties Convention will nothe allowed to reach the second-reading stage. On the reassembling of the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    16 free hold, the Lord secured also the very valuable right to work the minerals not only under the enclosed land specially allotted to him, but under the whole of the Chase . In case of damage done by Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    17 How Business Suffers. Lord Dudley is Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade. He must, one would think, sometimes give a thought to the effect of his mining operations on the trade of the unfortunate district which owns Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    16 free hold, the Lord secured also the very valuable right to work the minerals not only under the enclosed land specially allotted to him, but under the whole of the Chase . In case of damage done by Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    17 How Business Suffers. Lord Dudley is Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade. He must, one would think, sometimes give a thought to the effect of his mining operations on the trade of the unfortunate district which owns Subscribers-only content

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