Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham

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Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham  (1885) 
by Thomas Thalric Harman
"Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham. Price one shilling and sixpence. Birmingham: Cornish Bros., New Street."

Showell's

Dictionary of Birmingham.



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A History and Guide,

Arranged Alphabetically,

Containing Thousands of Dates and References to Matters of Interest connected with the Past and Present History of the Town-its Public Buildings, Chapels, Churches and Clubs— its Friendly Societies and Benevolent Associations, Philanthropic and Philosophical Institutions—its Colleges and Schools, Parks, Gardens, Theatres, and Places of Amusement—its Men of Worth and Noteworthy Men, Manufactures and Trades, Population, Rates, Statistics of progress, &c., &c.


Compiled by Thos. T. Harman, Author of "The Local Book of Dates," "Notes and Records," &c.,

for the proprietors

Walter Showell & Sons,

Cross + Wells Brewery, Oldbury,

Head Offices: 157, Gt. Charles Street, Birmingham.


Birmingham:
Printed by J. G. Hammond & Co., 136-138, Edmund Street; and Published by
Cornish Brothers, New Street.


This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.