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You searched for: Place: "Royal Leamington Spa" "Royal Leamington Spa"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Leamington Spa

    The borough of Leamington Spa THE BOROUGH OF LEAMINGTON SPA Acreage: (old parish) 1,595; (borough) 2,833. The parish of Leamington lies on either side of the River Leam , which crosses it from east to west, in flattish country,

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 Warwick in 1788

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 THE SUBURBS FROM c. 1600. The form of the medieval suburb of West Street has persisted until the present day with remarkably few changes. The line of small dwellings

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Guy's Cliff (from the road)., 1863

    Guy's Cliff (from the road). [palace/mansion] View of a mansion in parkland, at the end of an alley of trees, seen above a low section of a wall, from a road with a rider at centre left, followed by

    Entrance gate to Guy's Cliff., 1863

    Entrance gate to Guy's Cliff. [palace/mansion, agricultural worker] View of a decorative arched stone gate in a wall, through which tall buildings and a tower are seen; a man on horseback turning to speak to another man under the

    Warwick Castle. The inner court No. 2, 1863

    Warwick Castle. The inner court No. 2 [castle/fort] View of a castle, with trees in front and at left, seen over a grassy area in front, surrounded by a circular path, with a group of figures standing in foreground

    Warwick Castle, from the bridge., 1863

    Warwick Castle, from the bridge. [castle/fort] View of a castle among trees on the right bank of a river, from a bridge, with a woman, child and two dogs in foreground at left, a man leaning over the ballustrade

    Stoneleigh Abbey., 1863

    Stoneleigh Abbey. [palace/mansion] View of a three-storey mansion surrounded by parkland, seen from across a lake, with figures in a small sailing boat in foreground at left; another building seen in background at left; in shape of a horizontal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, January 29. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. and T. Brunsdon, Cheltenham, butchers-J. and S. mol. gate, BManchester, pawnbrokers-Hope anid Telfard, Neweos- tle.upon-Tyne, brush manufacturers-R. and W. Fry and Co. Liverpool, tea merchants-R. Seddon, J. Partington, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, March 26. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Sonthworth and Leerning, Great Bolton, Lancashire, silk mnercers-W. and T. Wilson. Liverpool, ship builders-W. Morgan and G. Paqualin, Hewford buildings, Fenchurch street, ship agents-E. Rouse and G. Law, East street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUDLIO N0TOflEs. 1 VPARLIAhMRN'r.-SESSIOl; 1883 li HAAINGTONOORPORATION.J (Extension of Borough to Parltehe of LlIIlugton and blilverton- f Increase of Wards-Abolitions of~Lical and other Authorities In added Dlstrlct~-Further Powers ta, Borough Juatieee-Conver- slon of Secutlties into Debenture Stook-Proviniont for Collection Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE.-Amh 19. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT 1883. RECEIVING ORDERS. FBD JANEY, Small Heath, near Birmingham, grocer andprovision dealer. LLIAMECEDEN, formerly Keighley, Yorkshire, now Nelson, Lancashire, formerly wool-sorter, now fish-dealer and greengrocer. JAMS HARGEAVES FARBAn COrsG, Halifax, flannel merchant and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZEmTE.-Apsn 26. T*ES BANKRUPTCY ACT 1883 We amn GoRECErVIuNG ORDERS. 1 Wi~raL GzoRGz BuRGZss, Foresters' Arms Hillfoot, Shetfield, beerhouse-keeper. IGBORGE WOOD, Stocks Hill, residing Mann's Place, Domestic Street, both Holbech, Leeds, 3oiner and under- taker Jomn GATEm HATrro, Subscribers-only content

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