Religious Buildings

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Advertisement: Batty’s Circus, Shrewsbury, including the ascent of Mr Hughes on his head on top of a balloon

Watton’s Newspaper Cuttings, Volume 4 Image from: Shropshire Archives

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Advertisement: Opening of Hughes’ s Great Mammoth Equestrian Establishment, Shrewsbury

Watton’s Newspaper Cuttings, Volume 5 Image from: Shropshire Archives

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Advertisement: The Last Appearance of Mr Harper, Black singer and comedian

Watton’s Newspaper Cuttings, Volume 5 Image from: Shropshire Archives

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Anna Seward and her World

Image: The West Front of Lichfield Cathedral Lantern Slide, Birmingham Central Library 1. Anna Seward and her World… read more »

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Birmingham: Priestley’s Educational Inheritance

Image: The Old and New Meeting Houses, the Unitarian chapels in Birmingham. Image from: William Hutton, An History of Birmingham (Birmingham,… read more »

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Buildwas

The village of Buildwas grew up by a medieval bridge which was the only route over the… read more »

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Buildwas Abbey

Buildwas Abbey was taken over by Henry VII in 1538 and fell into a picturesque ruin. The… read more »

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Buildwas Abbey

Image from: Bayliss, Rev J C, Views in Shropshire (c. 1839). Shropshire Archives. Buildwas Abbey lies on the south bank… read more »

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Crucifix Conduit and Friary Gates

The Crucifix Conduit built by the Conduit Lands Trust. The Trust was founded in 1546 and contributed… read more »

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Lichfield and her Final Years

Image: An East View of the Cathedral Church and Close of Lichfield, taken from Stowe Pool, near St.… read more »

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Lilleshall Abbey

Image from: Bayliss, Rev J C, Views in Shropshire (c. 1839). Shropshire Archives. THIS venerable ruin now forming so picturesque… read more »

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North East View of Croxton Abbey in Stafford

Source: Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, Views of Ruins of Castles & Abbeys in England, Part 2, 1726-1739 (nd), Arts, Languages… read more »

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Remains of a Cistercian monastery called White Ladies in Shropshire

From Picturesque Views of the Severn, 1824 by Thomas Harral

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Ruins of Wenlock Abbey

Image from: Bayliss, Rev J C, Views in Shropshire (c. 1839). Shropshire Archives. Wenlock Abbey was founded about the year… read more »

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Samuel and Nathaniel Buck’s Views of Ruins of Castles & Abbeys in the Midlands 1726-1739

Image: South East View of Goodrich Castle in the County of Hereford Source: Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, Views of… read more »

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Sir John Floyer and Lichfield

Image: South-west view of Lichfield, an eighteenth century print engraved by J Ryland and published in John Jackson, History… read more »

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South West View of Dudley Priory in Stafford

Source: Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, Views of Ruins of Castles & Abbeys in England, Part 2, 1726-1739 (nd), Arts, Languages… read more »

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The Attack on Baskerville House

Image: Baskerville House, Residence of John Ryland Esq., from The Riots at Birmingham, July 1791. The publication was republished… read more »

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The Attack on Priestley’s House at Fair Hill

Image: The Rev Dr Priestley’s House and Laboratory, Fair Hill from The Riots at Birmingham, July 1791. The publication… read more »

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The Attack on the New and Old Meeting Houses

Image:The New Meeting from The Riots at Birmingham, July 1791. The publication was republished by Arthur Bache Matthews,… read more »

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The Attack on William Russell’s House at Showell Green

Image: The House of William Russell, Esq., Showell Green from The Riots at Birmingham, July 1791. Image by courtesy… read more »

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The Burne-Jones Windows at St Philip’s, Birmingham

Image: Cathedral Church of St Philip, Birmingham. The photograph shows the extension to the chancel of 1884 at… read more »

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Wenlock Abbey, Shropshire, three miles from the Severn

From Picturesque Views of the Severn, 1824 by Thomas Harral

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