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Newsletter No 13 - September 1990

Visit To The Victoria Art Gallery; Visit to Stratton-on-the-Fosse; The "Colossal Head" of a Roman deity; Evening On Seventeenth-Century Bath: King Edward's. Junior School; Fashionable Dress In Bath In The Later 17Th Century; Later 17Th-Century Bath Shops;

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Newsletter No 12 - May 1990

Famine And Public Order In 1800-01; The Routeways Of Prehistoric And Roman Britain; The Pulteneys; The Work Of NADFAS; Fire Insurance Records...

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Newsletter No 11 - January 1990

"Back-To-Front" Georgian Houses; The Navvies At The Time Of The Construction Of The GWR; Bath's Support For Parliament During The Civil War; Bath History, Volume 3; Notes On Bath's Eighteenth-Century Coffee-Houses...

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Newsletter No 10 - September 1989

Recent Excavations In Bath; Visit to Kingswood School; Tucking Mill, Midford; Georgian Bath (Scale 1:2500), Two Historical Maps Issued...

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Newsletter No 9 - May 1989

Historic Bath Buildings; An Examination Of Mediaeval Churches In The Bath Region; The Evolution Of Bath's Georgian "Image" Over The Last 250 Years Or So; Bath's Connection With The Great Exhibition Of 1851; The Victorian Sunday Post...

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Newsletter No 8 - January 1989

Illustrated Talk On Retailing In Bath In The 18Th Century; The Career Of Colonel Edward Cooke Of Highnam; The Establishment Of The Gas Industry At Bath; Bath's First Charter...

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Newsletter No 7 - September 1988

The Development Of 18th-Century Concert-Life In Bath; Prior Park - The History Of The Grounds And Plans For Their Future Development; Survey Of Old Bath Of Scale Maps; Visual Tour Of The Stuart City; Citizens Of Bath - The Study Of Old Leases And Other Do

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Newsletter No 6 - May 1998

Emperor Haile Selassie's Exile In Bath; Emperor Haile Selassie's Exile In Bath; Establishing A Demographic And Occupation Database For Somerset From The Late Mediaeval Onwards; Bath's European pre-eminence as an 18th century resort; Sources For Local History Available In The Reference Library; Bath History, vol. 2; Temple Precinct and Sacred Spring Report, vol.2; Bath Archaeological Trust's Newsletter 6; Avon Past; 4. The Somersetshire Coal Canal Rediscovered: A Walker's Guide; Camerton During The Canal Period; The Hospital Of The Nation: The Story Of Spa Medicine And The Mineral Water Hospital At Bath

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Newsletter No 5 - October 1988

The Role Of Physical Evidence In Reconstructing The Past; The Role Of Physical Evidence In Reconstructing The Past; Republishing Historic Bath Maps; The Tudor Guildhall; Commemorative Plaques On Buildings; Archery In Bath

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Newsletter No 4 - September 1987

Using The Architectural And Landscape Theory Of The Picturesque Movement (Circa 1800) To Explain The Designs And Siting Of Italianate Villas; Using The Architectural And Landscape Theory Of The Picturesque Movement (Circa 1800) To Explain The Designs And Siting Of Italianate Villas; The Rise And Fall Of The Gore-Langton Family; Victoria Art Gallery - A Bath Panorama; Holbourne of Menstrie Museum - Beyond Mr. Pulteney's Bridge; Prior Park: a Compleat Landscape; Thimble Mill, Widcombe

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