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Augustus Cove and the Grand Junction Canal Company.

Stanley A. Holland

Augustus Cove and the Grand Junction Canal Company.

by Stanley A. Holland

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cove, Augustus.

  • Edition Notes

    Cove, a Quaker, held a lease of land alongside the Paddington basin of the Grand Junction canal.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 37-43 :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17249076M

    The London and North Western railway station (31½ miles from London) is 1¾ miles from the town and the Grand Junction Canal passes near. The parish contains 7, acres, and having a population, in , of 4,, including Long Marston and Wilstone. The population of the town is 3, Augustus Cove was a dealer in China and glass who was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal saga began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington Basin and is related in Cove's book mentioned on the reverse of the token. This token was struck circa

    Brass Token: Grand Junction CO Lions Club Annual Carnival; 10 Cents At Booths. £ + £ P&P. Augustus Cove, London, Circa , Token/Medalet, Grand Junction Canal, RRR. £ + £ P&P. VINTAGE ST JOSEPH,MO. JUNCTION CIGAR STORE DAVIS. £ + £ P&P. A Tender Parting at the Grand Junction Canal. U. Woodward delin. Etch.d by Roberts. London Pub.d as the Act directs Sep.t 1st by P. Roberts Middle Row Holborn. Pub.d by T. Tegg Cheapside. Jan.y 1. Etching with hand colour. x mm (10¼ x 14"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame. A satire on the dangers of travel by canal.

    William Praed (–), First Chairman of the Grand Junction Canal Company Gloucester Waterways Museum Shute Barrington (–), Lord Bishop of . TRING is a market town and parish in the hundred of Dacorum—31 miles N. W. by W. from London, 5 N. W. front Berkhampstead, and 7 E. by S. from Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire; situated at the most westerly part of the county—the London and Birmingham railway passing within a mile and a half of the town, and the Grand Junction canal at a shorter distance; for the supply of the latter there.


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Augustus Cove and the Grand Junction Canal Company by Stanley A. Holland Download PDF EPUB FB2

Plain edge. Augustus Cove, a dealer in china and glass, was clearly outraged by the actions of the Grand Junction Canal Company to have been pushed to issue this medalet and the book on the subject which it was advertising.

Listed in Paul & Bente Withers' “British Copper Tokens ” as “RRR - EXTREMELY RARE”. Good collectable condition for type with usual weak strike and a few light. Augustus cove was a dealer in China and glass who was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal saga began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at paddington basin and is related in Coves book mentioned on the reverse of the token.

Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper weighing grammes, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company.

The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove's book which is named on.

The tocsin sounded, or, A libel extraordinary : being "A case submitted to Sir Samuel Romilly" lamentably proving the enormous crimes and the blackest ingratitude have all been transacted upon the person and property of Augustus Cove, by and through the express means of, the Grand Junction Canal Company.

EXTRACTS FROM THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMPANY MINUTE BOOKS. PRO RAIL / 9. That Mr Bouverie do pursue the enquiry relative to the mode of expediting boats through the Tunnels by the power of steam.

That Mr Bouverie do obtain a calculation of the expense at which boats might be forwarded by means of locomotive engines for any given distance on the canal. The tocsin sounded, or, A libel extraordinary : being "A case submitted to Sir Samuel Romilly" lamentably proving the enormous crimes and the blackest ingratitude have all been transacted upon the person and property of Augustus Cove, by, and through the express means of, the Grand Junction Canal Company.

Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper weighing grammes, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin.

The Grand Junction Canal by Faulkner, Alan H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Acquired undertakings of Grand Union Canal Company, and Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Union Canal Company, in Canal undertaking was sold, as from 1st Januaryto newly incorporated Grand Union Canal Company, other part of undertaking remaining as separate Company by name Grand Junction Company Limited.

The Grand Junction Canal, and its branches to Wendover and Aylesbury, playd a significant role in the development of the towns and villages through which it addition much of the relevant industrial archaeology is still visible.

However early post cards and other pictures are hard to come by it is impossible to illustrate many of the historically interesting features with + year old. 37 Augustus Cove and the Grand Junction Canal Company.

Stanley A. Holland 44 'My Dearest Friend': Courtship and Conjugality in Some Mid and Late Nineteenth Century Quaker Families. Alison Mackinnon. 59 James Nicholson Richardson, W. Ross Chapman. 78 Recent Publications 83 Notes and Queries 87 Announcements Erratum FRIENDS HISTORICAL.

The Grand Junction Canal is a canal in England from Braunston in Northamptonshire to the River Thames at Brentford, with a number of branches. The mainline was built between andto improve the route from the Midlands to London, by-passing the upper reaches of the River Thames near Oxford, thus shortening the journey.

In the canal was bought by the Regent's Canal Company. Such was the case with this Cove token of the early 19th C. Augustus Cove was a London dealer in china and glass who had a lease on a canal side wharf in Paddington Basin.

He seems to have fallen out with the Grand Junction Canal Co and perceived himself to. Vol 58 No 1 () Download Entire Issue. Published: Front Matter Contents The Editors PDF Maurice J. Wigham PDF Augustus Cove and the Grand Junction Canal Company Stanley A.

Holland PDF 'My Dearest Friend': Courtship and Conjugality in Some Mid and Late Nineteenth Century Quaker Families Alison Mackinnon. obverse: beware of the grand junction canal comp.y some of whose fraud, oppression, perjury, forgery, & robbery &ca, are set forth in us cove’s publications.

CONTENTS page 1 The Future of Quaker History. Larnj Ingle 17 Quakers and the Inquisition. Geoffrey F. Nuttell 20 Some Irish Quaker Naturalists. Maurice ]. Wigham 37 Augustus Cove and the Grand Junction Canal Company. Stanley A.

Holland 44 'My Dearest Friend': Courtship and Conjugality in Some Mid and Late Nineteenth Century Quaker Families.

The Grand Junction was the London's principal link with the rest of the UK's canal system. Although the somewhat circuitous route to Birmingham via the river Thames and the Oxford Canal came first, it was the Grand Junction Canal which really provided the transport infrastructure to bring goods from the industrial conurbations of the north and midlands to the capital.

Background. For more detail on this section see the History of the Grand Union Canal. In the Regents Canal bought the Grand Junction Canal and a new company the Grand Union Canal was established. Later that year the new company bought the Warwick Canals. In the Grand Union Canal bought the Leicester and Loughborough Navigations and the Erewash Canal for £75.

Recent Canal collectables at Auction Rarer Measham (Bargeware) always achieves a good price amongst the dedicated collectors out there. This Chamber Pot with the usual inscription ‘ Pick me up and use me well and what I see I will not tell’ inscribed around the rim and with entwined lizards inside the bowl - sold for £ “Beware of the Grand Junction Canal Company” some of whose Fraud, Oppression, Perjury, Forgery and Robbery &c are set forth in(-The Reverse continues the thoughts) Augustus Cove’s, publications entitled “The Tocsin Sounded, or the Bull Taken by.

The Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Gayton to Brentford) is a broad canal and is part of the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line).It runs for 76 miles and 5½ furlongs through 89 locks from Gayton Junction (where it joins the Grand Union Canal (Northampton Branch) and the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Norton to Gayton)) to .Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

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