1 edition of Records of nineteenth century Leicester found in the catalog.
Records of nineteenth century Leicester
|Statement||collected by Isabel C. Ellis.|
|Contributions||Ellis, Isabel C. 1863-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||349|
Alcohol and Nationhood in Nineteenth-Century Mexico | Drawing on an analysis of issues surrounding the consumption of alcohol in a diverse range of source materials, including novels, newspapers, medical texts, and archival records, this lively and engaging interdisciplinary study explores sociocultural nation-building processes in Mexico between and Leicester sent burgesses to Parliament for the first time in Originally both Members were chosen by the whole 'commons' of the borough until at least , when Thomas Denton and John Tonge were stated to have been chosen 'per totam communitatem tocius burgi'.Number of members: Two.
The summer of seemed peaceful and serene, when a storm burst suddenly out of a cloudless sky. It was a new phase of that Eastern Question which unhappily was not settled in the days of the Crusades, but has survived to be a disturbing element in the nineteenth century. History of the Community Leicester Hebrew Congregation The Leicester Hebrew Congregation was founded in the nineteenth century, expanded as a result of the immigration of Eastern European Jews before the first World War, and grew considerably as the result of the second World War.
Beeby is a village and civil parish in the Charnwood district of Leicestershire, England, with a population of according to the census. It is situated north-east of Leicester, nearer to the villages of Keyham and Hungarton in the neighbouring district of Harborough and lies along the Barkby Brook. This small rural hamlet can be succinctly described as "a series of scattered houses District: Charnwood. Registered office address: 2 Primrose Avenue, Urmston, Manchester, M41 0TY Company Number: (England) VAT Number:
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Belmont House Society, Meeting at New Parks, [Isabel C. Ellis, Records of Nineteenth Century Leicester (n.p., ), pl. opp. Among the list of individuals and organisations contained in The Golden Book as giving money to found our University is the Belmont House Society.
The Leicester Borough Lunatic Asylum (later known as the Towers Hospital) was opened in The transfer of Borough patients from the County Asylum reduced the need for expansion at the Victoria Road site, but by the end of the nineteenth century overcrowding was once more a serious difficulty.
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3.) Presbyterians, Baptists, and Independents [edit | edit source] These religions evolved from 16th century Puritanism. The records of these religions are similar to those of the. Download PDF Records Of The Borough Of Leicester book full free.
Records Of The Borough Of Leicester available for download and read online in other formats. 'the period beginning with about the close of the fifteenth century and ending with approximately the middle of the nineteenth century'. Volume one covers the period from up until.
[Leicester]: [Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service], (OCoLC) essays upon the history of nineteenth-century Leicester and Leicestershire Colony \/ B.
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Book labelled 'Southgate Prison', includes chaplain's diary and miscellaneous memoranda and keeper's journal and account book,  - Records of Nineteenth Century Leicester (Leicester, ().
Records of the Belmont House Society Minute Book (), Miss Beale’s letter to the Belmont House Society,Author: Sarah Elizabeth Francis. Leicestershire's lunatics: the institutional care of Leicestershire's lunatics during the nineteenth century.
[Henry Gilbert Orme; W H Brock] Leicestershire's lunatics. Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service, © the institutional care of Leicestershire\'s lunatics during the nineteenth century\/span. Typescript of part of Records of Nineteenth Century Leicester (), by Isabel Clara Ellis (Mrs Bernard Ellis) (), relating to Miss Mary Catherine Gittins () and Miss Edith Gittins (), of Leicester [pp of the published work], together with a printed portrait of Edith Gittins, from an unidentified source [this.
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England Court Records. The Courts of Assize, or Assizes, were periodic criminal courts held around England and Wales untilwhen together with the Quarter Sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act and replaced by a single permanent Crown Court.
The Assizes heard the most serious cases, which were committed to it by the Quarter Sessions (local county courts held four times a year. Pre-nineteenth century English Diocesan Records held in other archival repositories. and sometimes a list of further reading where details have been published in book form.
Records from the Archdeaconry of Leicester are held at the Record Office for Leicestershire. The specific registers for certain prisons formulate the major resources, but there are other relevant records, such as those drawn from the "Home Office Prison Records ".
Origins and Content. Until the nineteenth century, most prisons in England and Wales were administered locally and were not the responsibility of central government.
54). 67 printed maps of Leicestershire, (17 D 54). 17 minute-books of the Society of Friends in Leicester, nineteenth century (3 D 55). 15 minute and account books of the Leicester Royal Infirmary, (13 D 54).
of a long-forgotten Dudley household-account book preserved by the Evelyns, a family of local importance in the county of Surrey. The book covers the period 2 October to 30 June and forms part of a collection of Elizabethan state papers that once belonged to the seven-teenth-century diarist John Evelyn.
In Evelyn's own words. The intertwined literary and historical analysis illustrates how wide-ranging the connections were between ideas about drinking, poverty, crime, insanity, citizenship, patriotism, gender, sexuality, race, and ethnicity in the nineteenth century, and the book makes timely and important contributions to the fields of Latin American literature Cited by: 2.
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Updated Spring, See Bibliography of Photography Resources for a selection of related materials available in ALIC. Ploughs were traditionally used for cutting the edges of books, and seem to have started when book boards shifted from wood to paperboard boards, and textblocks from parchment to paper in the 15th century.
Ploughs were a mainstay of binderies until the second quarter of the 19th century, when they were replaced by guillotines for most trade work. The lives of some of theinmates jailed in dire conditions on prison ships in the nineteenth century were highlighted as the records were made available online for the first time today.
Description in "Leicester, the capital of the county to which it gives its name, and one of the chief seats of the hosiery manufacture, is an ancient borough and well-built market town, which has been greatly improved by the formation of new streets, and the erection of elegant public edifices and handsome houses, during the present century in which its population has increased from.
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Acland, outlining the history of the Army Medical School Digitised copy available. RAMC/13 The bacteriology of fever in Malta: two papers, both reprinted from the Annales de l'Institut Pasteur, bound into one volume Digitised.Wills & Administrations at Leicester Introduction to Original Volume British Record Society volume 51 Published The earlier printed Index to Leicestershire Wills and Administrations, issued in as the twenty-seventh volume of this series, included references to all testamentary records of the Archdeaconry or principal Court of Leicester from the earliest dated Will, Past Projects The Production and use of English Manuscripts to This major AHRC-funded project catalogued manuscripts containing English between the end of the 11th and beginning of the 13th English Manuscript Project has built, over the years, an important bibliographical archive and collection of microfilms which is at the disposal of researchers wishing to carry out.