Huddersfield in the 1820s (2009) by Edward J. Law

Huddersfield in the 1820s was written by Edward J. Law and published in 2009 by Huddersfield Local History Society.

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • Highfield Chapel, Dyke End Lane, Hirst Family, Bradley Family, Newhouse, Baths
  • Temple Street, Midwood Row, Marshall Family, Coaches, Upperhead Row, Climbing Boys
  • Granby Street, High Street, Daintry House, Cloth Hall, Spring Head, Barracks
  • Buxton Road, Engine Bridge, Back Green
  • New Street, Walton Family, Post Office, Cloth Hall Street, Freemasons
  • King Street, Shambles, Schools, Shorefoot, Aspley, Thomas Firth, Turnbridge, Clay Family, Shipbuilding
  • Pinfold, Lowerhead Row, Croppers Row, Newtown, Carr House, Beast Market, Quay Street, Castlegate, Towser, Stocks, Prosecuting Society, Old Kirkgate, Playhouse
  • Kirkgate, Parish Church, Holy Trinity Church, Private Pews, Cross Church Street, Queen Street, Packhorse Yard, George
  • Inns, Pastimes
  • The Lighting, Watching & Cleansing Act
  • Waterworks, Fire Brigades
  • Manorial Court, Constables, Pinder, Bellman, Leather Searcher, Nuisances, Smoke Abatement
  • Infirmary, Dispensaries, Bodysnatching
  • Acknowledgements & Notes

Huddersfield in the 1820s (2009) by Edward J. Law

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