1833


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In Northern England:

1833 Timeline
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Volume 1. C Knight, 1833.
- Book published in 1833, digitised and available as a free Google eBook.

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a101:Royal Arcade Newcastle upon Tyne; T. Allom;1833

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008583:Pandon Dene Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne James Dewar 1833

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Map of Gateshead and the Tyne Quayside, 1833

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Map of Newcastle Upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1833

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Newcastle Upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1833

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10 - Near Lanchester – a burglarious attack 1833

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The Prophetic Messenger, 1833

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The Prophetic Messenger, 1833

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Former Bank of Engalnd

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033789:Haymarket Hotel Haymarket Unknown c. 1900

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Church of St. James, Benwell
- Overview Map Street View St James&rsquo; Church in Benwell first opened as a Chapel of Ease in 1833. The church was extended in&nbsp;1864&nbsp;by addition of chancel and south aisle, designed ...
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United Reformed Church, Embleton
- Overview Map Street View The former United Reformed Church in Embleton was originally built as a Presbyterian Church in 1833. The building, altered in the 1920's, is Grade II listed. ...
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Church of St Jude, Knarsdale
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Jude in Knarsdale was rebuilt in 1833, on the site of earlier 14th and 17th century churches.[1] An inscription on the south ...
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The Wandering Piper - 1833
- Print of 1833 by Douglas and Kent, 99 Side, Newcastle. Image from the National Library of Scotland: https://blog.nls.uk/just-who-was-the-wandering-piper/

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Clarence Railway
- Overview About the Clarence Railway &nbsp; The Clarence Railway was an early railway company that operated in north-east England between 1833 and 1853. The railway was built to take coal ...
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Church of St Paul, Seaton, Cumbria

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