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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Mary Extra

    Parishes St Mary Extra ST. MARY EXTRA The ancient parish of St. Mary Extra, together with that of Sholing , was in 1903 formed into the civil parish of Itchen . 1 At the time of the last Ordnance

    Townships Barton

    Townships Barton BARTON Bartun, Dom. Bk.; Barton , 1212 and usually; Berton, 1226. The surface is for the most part level or slightly undulating, but rises a little more sharply in the north-east corner, a height of about 230

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Topography GLOUCESTER 1900

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Topography Topography Although to one writer Gloucester in 1841 seemed unaffected by the building mania prevalent elsewhere, 1 the redevelopment and physical growth that would transform the city in the 19th and 20th centuries was then

    Gloucester Education

    Gloucester Education EDUCATION The history of the Gloucester grammar schools before 1882, including the school run by Llanthony Priory in the Middle Ages, the Crypt school founded by Joan Cooke and entrusted to the city corporation in 1540 ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    street name Finch Hill (Finch Hill) : undefined Onchan (IsleOfMan) St Catherine's (St Catherines) : habitation Former resdienceManchester (Lancashire) Oak Bank (Oak Bank) : undefined Former residenceLiverpool (Lancashire) Liverpool (Liverpool) : undefined Former residenceBirtle (Birtle) : undefined Former residence Participant:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. At Durham, on the 9th inst. the wife of Win. Vest, a journeymans tailor, was de- livered of three children, 9i., two boys ond a girl, all of whom are likely to live.- Northumaerilnd Advdertfser. MARRIED. At Seathwaite, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . GEXERAL_ NEWS. ANoTmER SPINNING MILL BURcT DowN.-Oak Bank cotton spinning mill, Pollinglbon, near Macelesfield, weas burnt dow yesterday, damage being oone to the amount of £50,000. ' I .,. THE SALVATION ARBIY RITS AT'YEOVIL.-At Yeavil, yosterday, thirty-three persons, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUSRES$S7 FOR SALE (contd). nil stt ia l titce t aigatis t B"l `t,'t-,,,. Valler, Glonees-ee. COd ~l.~4iin. 1Cutflower NurseryBuiesfrSt. nI;OEO lsi-los: nld tcstablhisecd; doing go -".. --l 1'j,r,-:ng Trade.-A c,l' ecnr ...- l-u ; .rojug;haut. ' 223 J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO AMUSEMENTS T EATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. T.ýC,Br ITuesday), at 7.50, the Great Drama "THE POOR OF BTRMINGHAM." .mr. G. H. ACDERMOTT as "BAD)E0-" u sl tbe Original Songs. Powerful Company. New Local ?.~aliti¢ Fire Scene. FOR FIVE -NIGHTS ONLY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~JCHTNEnY, TOOLS, &-., FOR SKLLE 'n/. ~:C7;':'7' -\, 177 77 77. 7, . V.,o .7Fr and i Em77 ('A' 7,FF7 4 .t7717 77..>giF,'77.'77 1717 II ' 7j 1 E-.' t'7:7 ''''2, P .LGE,~7. '7. FO. S1E I7FF '7rI7ioI7,,1.1Ntl. '7.7,4...,4. Subscribers-only content

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