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Newsletter No 39 - May 1999

Newsletter No 39 - May 1999

The Abbey and Religion in Bath 1600-1750; The Military Background to the Bath Blitz; Trials and Tribulations of Bath's Own "Lit. and Phil." since 1825; New Research on the Holburne Family; A Brief History of Dance...

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Newsletter No 38 - January 1999

Newsletter No 38 - January 1999

Aspects Of Manorial History Of Lyncombe; Ancient Barracks Farm; Found In The Attic — New Drawings And Photos Of Bath; Grove Street Gaol; Dame Lindsey's First Rooms; Review: "Richard Gay Of Haycombe" In The Baptist Quarterly, Vol. Xxxvii, No. 8, October 19

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Newsletter No 37 - September 1998

Newsletter No 37 - September 1998

Archaeological Excavations At Prior Park 1994-6: An 18C Land¬Scape Garden; Newspaper Archive At The Office Of The Bath Chronicle and Schellinks' Visit To Bath, July 1662...

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Newsletter No 36 - May 1998

Newsletter No 36 - May 1998

The Brunels In Bath; The Bath Pageant Of 1909; Joseph And John Plura In Bath; Moseley Versus Collier, 1746-47; Cross-Class Courtship In The Bath Marriage Market; Regional History Centre (RHC); Jews in Bristol; The Bagatelle and King James's Palace: Two Lyncombe Pleasure Gardens; 'Mechanical Enterprise in 18C Bath', Stothert's Foundry, Southgate Street, Bath'; 'William Beckford and Fonthill Splendens: Early Works by Soane and Goodridge; 'Bath Entertain'd: Amusements, Recreations & Gambling at the 18th-Century Spa'...

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Newsletter No 35 - January 1998

Newsletter No 35 - January 1998

Recent Work By The Bath Archaeological Trust; The Woollen Industry In Wiltshire And Somerset; Bath And The Crimea War; Stratto

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Newsletter No 34 - September 1997

Newsletter No 34 - September 1997

Roman villa near Newton St. Loe; Walk round Larkhall; Bath Chronicle, 5 Feb. 1784 - Letter from 'LONDONIENSIS'; Articles: Meeting Of Local History Groups; National Monuments Record Centre; Newspaper Datings For Bath Buildings, 1737-69...

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Newsletter No 33 - May 1997

Newsletter No 33 - May 1997

Heraldic Bosses on Bath Abbey; The Irish in Bath; General Hospital As An Instrument For Improving The Status, Profits And Expertise Of Medical; Nineteen Century Beauty Treatments As Evidenced From Victorian Rubbish Tips; Edmund Burke: Some Bath Connectio

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Newsletter No 32 - January 1997

Newsletter No 32 - January 1997

Ralph Allen's Estates; Bath's Parks - 20C Developments; Society News, 1870 - 'Bath and Cheltenham have both of them two seasons'; Kongratulationz In Semi-Fonotypik Spelling To A Sitizen Ov Bath - letter from Carlisle to Isaac Pitman...

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Newsletter No 31 - September 1996

Newsletter No 31 - September 1996

John Allen, A Pawnbroker Made Good; Visit to Englishcombe; New Accessions To Bath Record Office; A Disgusting Fashion At The Abbey Church In 1800; Cinema Comes To Bath...

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Newsletter No 30 - May 1996

Newsletter No 30 - May 1996

Early Swainswick; 18C Dentistry At Bath; Bath As A University City; Gainsborough's Bath period; Bath's Georgian Stage; Building Of Bath Museum - Extend Its Display Into The Adjacent School House Gallery; William Herschel Museum; Coach Building At Bath Up

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