The Portsmouth Papers, 23 (Published 1975). ark:/13960/t3tv1q04p.
The Portsmouth Papers, 23 (Published 1975).
Louth was a Municipal Borough in Parts of Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England from 1835 to 1974. It was formed under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835 from the Ancient Borough of Louth. The borough was abolished in 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972 and combined with various other local government districts in the eastern part of Lindsey to form the new East Lindsey district.
Author: Ashworth, George John; Format: Book; 21 p. : il. Portsmouth papers ; no. 24. Notes. Borough government in Portsmouth, 1835-1974, by Sarah E. Peacock. : ill. ; 25 c. Portsmouth and the fall of the Puritan republic. Find in other libraries.
Are you sure you want to remove Borough government in Portsmouth, 1835-1974 from your list? Borough government in Portsmouth, 1835-1974. Published 1975 by Portsmouth District Council in Portsmouth. History, Politics and government. Portsmouth (England).
Portsmouth Central Library, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth PO1 2D. The public library service in Portsmouth began in 1883 and it is known that there was already a small collection of local history books by the following year
Portsmouth Central Library, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth PO1 2D. The public library service in Portsmouth began in 1883 and it is known that there was already a small collection of local history books by the following year. Since then, books and other materials have been collected on the history of Hampshire (including Bournemouth and Christchurch), West Sussex and the Isle of Wight.
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Portsmouth Harbour is a very large natural harbour almost completely landlocked except for the narrow entrance. The approaches themselves are also well sheltered by the Isle of Wight. Admiralty Pilots provide pilotage support to warships entering and leaving the harbour, but also when they move between berths and docks within the harbour. When ships are taken into or out of dry dock, they will always be involved and responsible for the safety of the ships for the majority of the evolution. In 1865 the Dockyard Ports Regulation Act was passed, which gives QHM quite extensive powers
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The government of Lord Grey, having carried reform out of parliamentary constituencies, turned its attention to local government. In a few cases boroughs had no charter, or the charter was lost. Portsmouth City Council. In February 1833 a select committee was appointed "to inquire into the state of the Municipal Corporations in England, Wales, and Ireland; and to report if any, and what abuses existed in them, and what measures, in their opinion, it would be most expedient to adopt, with a view to the correction of those abuses". The committee made their report in June.
Book Description: Theodore Roosevelt's interest in foreign affairs was no less intense than his zeal for domestic reform, as Eugene P. Trani demonstrates in this new study of the Portsmouth Conference which in 1906 brought an end to the Russo-Japanese war. Conscious of America's growing. Conscious of America's growing stature as a world power and concerned lest continued hostilities disrupt further the political and economic composition of East Asia, Roosevelt proclaimed himself peacemaker.