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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Analysis of sources in 'Collections for a History of Staffordshire '

    Analysis of sources in 'Collections for a History of Staffordshire ' ANALYSIS OF SOURCES PRINTED IN COLLECTIONS FOR A HISTORY OF STAFFORDSHIRE ( STAFFORDSHIRE RECORD SOCIETY) AND USED IN THIS VOLUME Vol . Pages Subject-matter or title of article

    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used

    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used ANALYSIS OF SOURCES PRINTED IN STAFFORDSHIRE HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS AND USED IN VOLUMES IV AND V OF THIS HISTORY Vol . Pages Subject-matter or title of article i 1-144 Pipe Rolls, 1130, 1155-89

    The later middle ages The city and the King

    The later middle ages The city and the King The City and the King Authority in later medieval York had its focus in two buildings. The first is that described in 1376 as 'the mayor's chamber on Ouse Bridge

    The City of Chichester Parliamentary history

    The City of Chichester Parliamentary history PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY The PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY of the city forms perhaps the most important part of the story of Chichester during the 18th and 19th centuries. The list of members of Parliament begins in

    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used

    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used ANALYSIS OF SOURCES PRINTED IN COLLECTIONS FOR A HISTORY OF STAFFORDSHIRE ( STAFFORDSHIRE RECORD SOCIETY) AND USED IN THIS VOLUME Volume Pages Subject-matter or title of article i 1-143 Pipe Rolls, 1130,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffbiab at W~thuaadL W Rhoddodd Ty yr Arglwyddi ddydd LIun o brawf fod dyfalbarhbad yn llwyddo. Trwy fwy- afrif o saith-165 yn erbyn 158 passwyd ail ddarlIeniad Mesur Priodas a Chwaer Gwraig C Drancedig. Mae y Mesar wedi bod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I f I might give a short hint to an impartialwriter it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolvedto ventureupon the dangerous preipice of lolling unblessed truth let him preeleim war with mankind-neither Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orz?nt.e. ITb tile EDITOR O tse DAILY POST. Sir,-By what means are the points of a weathorcock adjusted? Those in Birmingham are hardly trustworthy, as scarcely any two are alike. Any information would oblige, Yours, &c., April 15, 1858. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (jATEST NEWS, AMERICA. IEXPECTED RISfING IN CUBA. IBY A T'r AETIc TEEIIGRAPII. (Fram eor Special CorreospdesnejI HAVANA, Oc-roerse 3030 oaI.m.) it is generally believed hero tiat a rising is contemplated by the native inhabitants, in order to overthrow the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING SEWS. RACJG NOTES. The change in the weather, from the almost sumrnerlike srnroundibgswhich prevailed at Lingfield yesterday to the chilling iand damp atmosphbere: which prevailed to-day 'aas inldeed a rearkah~le metamorphosis. Rain fell towards the. close of the. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    England's work in India, 1881

    The Mugh al Taxation of India . 107 If we examine the items in the Mughal accounts, we find the explanation of their enormous totals. The land tax then, as now, formed about one-half of the whole revenue. The Subscribers-only content

    The Radical house that Jack would build., 1819

    In odd k ind of buildings very well skilPd This is the house which Jack would build, And here, only look, are the new-fashion'd Levers, Pikes, Pistols, and Marrow Bones , Bludgeons and Clevers, For erecting the house which Subscribers-only content

    Ceylon, and Lord Torrington's administration., 1849

    26 CEYLO N, AND LCRD TORRINGTON 's ADMINISTRATION. the ages of eighteen and fifty-five, either to work, or to supply work for'the roads in his neighbourhood, for six days in the vear, not only was it said to be Subscribers-only content

    Handy notes on S. Africa for the use of speakers and others., 1896

    ^J. N } 11 of which we can safely say that a portion of it is levied on the Boers themselves. Even in the stamp dues to which the burghers may occasionally contribute, and which bring in some £200.000 Subscribers-only content

    Bulgarian horrors! and Mr. Gladstone's eastern policy, 1876

    BULGARIA N HORRORS. REPLY TO MR . GLADSTONE. 25 by Europe , his misdeeds will shortly be visited by a summary justice. In the blue book, Turkey, No. 2. page 34, we find the following account of a rayah Subscribers-only content

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