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Proceedings No 8 - 2020-21

The Future Of Bath Archives; The Future Of Bath Archives; Twerton Gaol: Lives Of The Prisoners.; 18th Century Pleasure Gardens In Bath; Anne Street: An 18th Century Bath Actress; Saving Our Hospital: Bath's Royal United's Box Scheme; The Old Quarry , Newbridge Road And Surrounding Area; Book Reviews: Saving Our Hospital - The Royal United Hospital Bath And Its Financing Before The NHS. The Rise Of The Box Scheme 1923 -1948. By John Daniels; Book Reviews: Bath Quays Waterside - The Archaeology of Industry, Commerce and the Lives of the Poor in Bath’s Lost Quayside District. By Cai Mason; Book Reviews: The History of Hedgemead Park. By Nigel Pollard; Latest Website Publications - General Publications: A Historial Overview of Laura Place, Bath; Latest Website Publications - General Publications: Portrait of William Wade; Latest Website Publications - John Wood Articles: John Wood No 10 - Update to John Wood Article 2; Latest Website Publications - John Wood Articles: John Wood No 9 - The Identity of John Wood Joiner

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Proceedings No 8 - 2019-20

Major Davis' Contribution to Bath as We See It; Twerton Goal: Bath's New Model Prison 1842-1878; Mr Tompion and His Clock; Monumental Masons in Bath in the 18th and 19th Centuries; Postscript for COVID : The Microbe by T.F.P. ...

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Proceedings No 7 - 2018-19

Recording Bath’s Cemeteries; A History Of Cross Manufacturing; A History Of Houses In The Vineyards; The Raised Pavements And Vaults In The Vineyards; John Wood: Who Was He? New Research About His Origins; The Development Of Oldfield Park, Bath’s ‘New’ Industrial Dormitory; Agm Followed By: Leopold Buildings, Hedgemead. – A Survivor; Visit: The Newly Cleaned Monuments Of St Swithins Church; Book Reviews

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Proceedings No 6 - 2017-18

Bath Light Horse Volunteers – 1798–1825; Recent Archaeology of Bath Quays; Fanny Murray – Baths Most Famous Courtesan; Clifford Ellis – Bath Academy of Art and the recent bequest to the Victoria Art Gallery; The History of the Spa Pump and Laundry; Sculptors in Bath in the Long 18th Century; Update on the Bath Local Studies Centre; Visits to: Bath Archaeological Stores at the Roman Baths; Swainswick...

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Proceedings No 5 - 2016-17

An Obituary of Trevor Fawcett, noted local historian; Bath-The Premier Spa of the Empire; Tracking Nelson Through Bath; Bath's Doubtful Silversmiths; Music Shops and the Music Trade in Georgian Bath; The Lost Church of St. Mary de Stalles; Bathwick Pubs..

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Proceedings No 4 - 2015-16

The Assembly Rooms in the Early 20th Century; The Landslips Around Bath; Pieroni's Fountain; Anatomy of Poets Corner; Descendants of John Wood; Bath Abbey; Bathwick - Digging for Romans; Visits to Downside Archive and Brown's Folly and Monkton Mines...

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Proceedings No 3 - 2014/2015

The Cleveland Pools; The Music of Georgian Bath, Smallcombe Cemetery; Diary Of A Wartime Doctor In Bath And Chippenham; The Co-Operative Movement In Bath; “Student Symposium” – Bath Spa University; Visit: A Gothic Jewel In A Sea Of Classicism - Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel; Walk: The Avon Riverside Between Bathwick And Kensington...

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Proceedings No 2 - 2013-14

With articles on Little Solsbury; Sheridan, Linley and Matthews; Bath's First Theatre Royal; The Cotterells of Bath; John and Charles Palmer: Bath's Multi-tasking Entrepreneurs; Lansdown and Other Fairs; Trouble at the Mill - Workers Unrest at Twerton Woo

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Proceedings No 1 - 2012-13

Life and Strife in Bath Abbey 1572-1800; Military Connections in Widcombe; Bath-Location and Actor; A Genealogical Study of Alderman Beckford; 200 Years of Racing in Bath; Acquisitions of the Bath Record Office; The Music of Spheres; Walks to Bathford and

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Newsletter No 64 - Autumn 2012

Mr Pulteney: the Development of Bridge Street and His Bridge; Dr William Turner and the Renaissance of Theraputic Bathing; The Pump Room Orchestra; Visit and Talk: Church of Our Lady x St. Alphage, Oldfield Park; The Beau Street Hoard; the Architecture of

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