The local population became dependent on the local mills for work and much of northern society was shaped around growing industrial production. Carding, drawing and roving to produce cotton thread in a Lancashire mill, circa 1835. The impact of working in factories was a harsh and dangerous reality for many.

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Assisted women in childbirth. A male physician skilled in the art and science of managing obstetrics. pregnancy, labour and the time after delivery. ACCOUCHEUS A midwife. ACCOUTREMENT MAKER or ACCOUTRER Someone who supplied dress or trappings equipment - i.e. the equipment of a solider other than arms and uniform.

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James Hargreaves, Hargreaves also spelled Hargraves, (baptized January 8, 1721, Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, England—died April 22, 1778, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire), English inventor of the spinning jenny, the first practical application of multiple spinning by a machine.At the time he devised the machine, he was a poor, uneducated spinner and weaver living at …

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See website for Record Office Guide, parish and non-conformist register holdings, guides to cemetery records, wills 1858-1928, maps, family and estate archives, and annual accessions. Also see website for searchable database for calendars of prisoners and removal orders. Search Room bookings: 01629 538 347.

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IKA has gained a leading position in the world market with its innovative magnetic stirrers, mixers, overhead stirrers, shakers, homogenizers, mills, rotary evaporators, calorimeters, laboratory reactors and specially developed software for laboratory and analysis applications, as well as temperature control products such as circulators, baths ...

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The local population became dependent on the local mills for work and much of northern society was shaped around growing industrial production. Carding, drawing and roving to produce cotton thread in a Lancashire mill, circa …

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Navigation Acts. The French and Indian War broke out over claims to the: Ohio River valley. One of the deciding battles of the French and Indian War was the capture of Quebec by General: Wolfe. As a result of the Treaty of Paris of 1763, the French ceded: New Orleans to the English. territory west of the Mississippi to the English.

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In 2005 Historic England (formerly English Heritage) took over the responsibility for listing from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. From that time, new and revised list entries for all asset types took on a more standardized approach, including sections on History, Details and bullet-pointed Reasons for Designation.

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England is a country in Europe. It is a country with over sixty cities in it. It is in a union with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. All four countries are in the British Isles and are part of the United Kingdom (UK). Over 55 million people live in England (2015 estimate). This is 84% of the population of the UK.[5] The capital city of ...

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Victorian era, the period between about 1820 and 1914, corresponding roughly to the period of Queen Victoria's reign (1837–1901) and characterized by a class-based society, a growing number of people able to vote, a growing state and economy, and Britain's status as the most powerful empire in the world.

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Ball Corporation is the world's leading provider of innovative, sustainable aluminum packaging for beverage, personal care and products, as well as …

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Pottery Jobs Index "The inhabitants may be generally distinguished as follows: - They consist mainly of workpeople engaged in the manufacture of earthenware and china, and the various trades subsidiary to this manufacture ..... besides these there are numerous auxiliary occupations, such as these of designers, engravers, crate-makers, paper-makers, colour …

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The belle of the ball. The best defense is a good offence. The best laid schemes of mice and men. The Big Apple. The Big Easy. The birds and the bees. The bitter end. The blind leading the blind. The bread of life. The buck stops here. The call of the wild. The camera cannot lie. The Canting Crew - phrases published in. The chickens come home ...

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Marquis de Biencourt, writing of England in 1784. Introduction By 1850, at the apogee of its power, Britain had 1.8% of world population. The area of the British Isles is only about 0.16% of the world land mass. Yet Britain then produced two-thirds of world output of coal and one half of world production of cotton textiles and iron. Output per

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Devon, administrative, geographic, and historic county of England. It forms part of the South West (or Cornish) Peninsula of Great Britain and is bounded to the west by Cornwall and to the east by Dorset and Somerset. The Bristol Channel lies to …

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1) Manorial tenant employed for a specific purpose 2) Inhabitant of a Poorhouse, Almshouse or Hospital 3) Employed to pray for his employer. Managed the Hollander Beater (invented in the 16th century in Holland) in a paper mill. A beater beats and crushes raw material, bruising and driving water inside the fibres.

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Walking Football is a unique small-sided ball game created by John Croot in 2011. Similar in some respects to Association Football. This is what makes it such a great sport. When playing Walking Football, all of the skills you have learned will come flooding back. Memories will come back too because the game is familiar. It's the game you love and remember but played …

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Victorians: Daily Life. Although the Victorian era was a period of extreme social inequality, industrialisation brought about rapid changes in everyday life that affected all classes. Family life, epitomised by the young Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their nine children, was enthusiastically idealised. The billiard room at Down House, Kent ...

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Twitter. Key aspects of England in the 1800s include the large scale shifting of the population to the cities and towns. Also during this time, the Industrial Revolution led to the increase of factories and machine-made goods. When the first census took place in 1801, only about 20 percent of the population lived in towns.

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Historic England investigations have identified 150 out of 218 First World War government factories in England that manufactured everything from tanks and gas masks, to bullets and shells. These include those that were requisitioned for the war effort, as well as purpose-built factories constructed to the latest design principles.

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Ball Gowns. Be the belle of the ball in one of our stunning ball gowns, designed to have all eyes on you. Our elegant collection of designer ball gowns include fancy frills and luxe lace detailed dresses in an array of hues including striking reds, deep navy and black, soft pinks and classic white shades. For a fairy-tale wedding, wear one of ...

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Signed Keith Simpson M. D. Lond. 146, Harley St. W. 1 and Guy's Hospital (Pathologist) Registrar in Forensic Medicine London University. Note : ecchymoses is the medical term for subcutaneous bleeding (i.e. under the skin) …

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The Woodland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 294344) and in Scotland (No. SC038885). A non-profit-making company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 1982873. Woodland Trust (Enterprises) Limited, registered in England (No. 2296645), is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Woodland Trust.

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(7) 'England':- Inclusion of the word 'England' in marks denotes a date after 1891, although some manufacturers (Thomas Elsmore & Sons for example) added the word slightly before this date. 'Made in England' denotes a 20th-century date. It was William McKinley (the 25th president of the USA) who introduced the highly protectionist McKinley Tariff Act of 1890 - this …

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Football Coach Job Description Template. We are searching for a seasoned football coach to train our brilliant team. The coach's responsibilities include leading training sessions, providing motivation and advice during gameplay, developing game plans, attending tryouts, as well as scheduling team meetings.

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