1. History of Scotland - Wikipedia

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    The history of Scotland is known to have begun by the end of the last glacial period (in the paleolithic), roughly 10,000 years ago. Prehistoric Scotland entered the Neolithic Era about 4000 BC, the Bronze Age about 2000 BC, and the Iron Age around 700 BC. Scotland's recorded history began with the arrival of the Roman Empire in the 1st …

  2. The Workhouse in Bloomsbury (St Giles & St George), …

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    The Account also included the workhouse's lengthy rules and regulations.It was also noted that in July 1728, the workhouse had a population of 238 inmates in 23 wards, containing a total of 157 Beds. They were served by 14 nurses and 8 assistants.

  3. Part of the Asylums Index - Andrew Roberts

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    Part of the Asylums Index This is no more than a developing appendix, so you will almost certainly be better off clicking on the above link and going to the main index.

  4. victoriasway.eu – Sightseeings in Europe

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    The Split Man is one of the sculptures of Victoria’s Way , a garden built to inspire self-reflection. Creator Victor Langheld established the park in 1989 after traveling to India in search of spiritual enlightenment.

  5. The Workhouse in Wandsworth & Clapham, London: …

    www.workhouses.org.uk/Wandsworth

    Wandsworth & Clapham, Surrey, London [Bibliography] Up to 1834. Putney had a workhouse from 1729. The first Wandsworth workhouse was built in 1730 on East Hill, on ground leased from the local lord of the manor, Earl Spencer.

  6. Pubs in Glasgow | Eating And Drinking | What's On …

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    The 13th Note is an independent music venue (also hosting comedy and theatre and art), bar & vegetarian & vegan cafe which also stocking a fine selection of beers!

  7. MURDERBOOK 1900-1999 | Total Crime

    https://totalcrime.co.uk/2014/06/21/murderbook-1900-1999

    Dec 29 – Gurmeet Singh Basra, 59, grocer, was shot at his shop in Auchinloch, mear Glasgow. Graeme Donaldson, 27, from Kirkintilloch, was jailed for life in 2001.

  8. Backtrack 2014 Volume 28 - Steamindex

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    Number 1 (January) All manner of 'Manors'. T.B. Owen. front cover Swindon 4-6-0 Nos.7822 Foxcote Manor, 7819 Hinton Manor, 7827 Lydham Manor and 7828 Odney Manor polished to perfection at Machynlleth shed ready for Royal Train duty in August 1963: see also 34 top. Seats in all parts. Michael Blakemore. 3. Editorial comment …

  9. Railway Archive [Volume 4] Nos. 32-43 - Steamindex …

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    Fly shunted... 48 Watchet Harbour c1930 with LMS wagon loaded with esparto grass? being shunted by horse and SS Bodil. John Alsop. Invicta at Canterbury. 49-54. David Lionel Salomons, a Director of the South Eastern & Chatham Railway arranged for Invicta to be presented to the City of Canterbury in 1906. It was accepted by the Mayor F. …

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