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Thomas Anderton
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 111 pages of information about A Tale of One City.

Dvorak’s “Requiem” 219

Edgbaston 90
Eld and Chamberlain 95
Elkington and Co. 145

Gas and Water Purchase 16
Gas Profits 57
Gillott’s Factory 147
Giuglini 208
Glass Making 160
Goring Thomas 220
Gothic Houses 96
Great Tom of Lincoln 177
Great Western Railway Station 4

Handsworth 117
Harcourt, Sir William 47
Hector, Edmund 110
“Highbury” 64
Hobday, L.N. 182
Holtes 113

Improvement Scheme 20

Jaffray, Sir John 195
Jewellery Trade 151
Johnson, Dr. 110

Keep Bros. 202
Kenrick, W. 73
Kingsley, Rev. Chas. 190
King Street Theatre 109
Kossuth 186

Lablache 207
Lady Huntingdon’s Chapel 108
Ladywood Lane 199

London and North-Western
  Railway Station 3

Mario, Signor 206-7
Martin & Chamberlain 93
Modern Shopkeeping 29
Moilett and Gem 202
Moseley 115
Municipal Debt 14
Municipal Reforms 8
Muntz, G.F. 1

Nettlefold & Chamberlain 66
New Meeting House 75, 77

Old Birmingham Men 104
Old Square 110

Palmerston, Lord 52
Pearsall, Wm. 174
Pemberton and Sons 202
People’s Park 187
Prince Consort 186
Prosperous Manufacturers 99
Pudding Brook 113
Punch 52

Queen’s Visit to Birmingham
  in 1858 187

Rabone Bros. 202
Radicals and Royalty 61
Reeves, Sims 206
Richter, Dr. 217
Rigby, Vernon 214
Russell, Lord John 189

St. Martin’s Bells 170
St. Martin’s Church,
  Birmingham 177
Sandwell Park 118
Sanitary Improvements 15
Schnadhorst, F. 83
Sheffield 54
Smallwood and Sons 166
Steel Toy Trade 162
Stockley, W.C. 214
Sturge, Joseph 193
Sullivan, Sir Arthur 209

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