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Due process of law Featured Hall Scale Print

Due process of law

Due process of law. Illustration shows Justice, wearing a crown labeled Law and carrying a sword and scales, riding on the back of a snail, climbing a steep hill strewn with bolders labeled Certificate of reasonable doubt, Appeals, Change of venue, Injunction, and Stays toward the Hall of Justice at the top of the hill. Date 1903 December 23. Due process of law. Illustration shows Justice, wearing a crown labeled Law and carrying a sword and scales, riding on the back of a snail, climbing a steep hill strewn with bolders labeled Certificate of reasonable doubt, Appeals, Change of venue, Injunction, and Stays toward the Hall of Justice at the top of the hill. Date 1903 December 23

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Plan of freehold estates in the hamlets of Owlerton and Wadsley in the township of Bradfield in the parish of Ecclesfield for sale by auction, 1857 Featured Hall Scale Print

Plan of freehold estates in the hamlets of Owlerton and Wadsley in the township of Bradfield in the parish of Ecclesfield for sale by auction, 1857

Lot 1 a parcel of pasture land with a valuable frontage to the Halifax and Sheffield turnpike Road, called the Kittling Troughs, (tenant Benjamin Oates).Lot 2 a parcel of valuable building land with a frontage to the Halifax and Sheffield turnpike Road called the Large Kittling Troughs.Lot 3 cottage, house, yard and garden (tenant George Procter).Lot 4 an eligible building site called Burrow Lee Close, with a valuable frontage to the Halifax and Sheffield turnpike road) (tenant John Bramall).Lot 5 a parcel of building land with an extensive frontage to the Halifax and Sheffield turnpike road, called the paddock (tenant John Bramall).Lot 6 a valuable building site comprising the mansion House of Burrow Lee, with cottage, offices and farm buildings (Occupation Road, including site of North Fence Wall, Saw Croft Field), barn Field, Round Meadow, etc) (tenant John Bramall). [The Burrowlee Land Society bought this and Lot 5, and helped develop housing on what became Broughton Road, Burrowlee Road, Burnell Road and Park View Road.]Lot 7 a parcel of valuable pasture land now in one allotment, adjoining, and forming part of the park of Hillsborough Hall, called part of Upper Moor Leys, including Machin field, Common Field (tenant trustees of the late James Remmington).Lot 8 a parcel of building land with a frontage to the Turnpike Road from Manchester to Sheffield, called The Town Field (tenant joseph kay).Lot 9 a valuable building site called the Big Town Field with a frontage to the Turnpike Road (tenant Joseph kay).Lot 10 a parcel of building land with a valuable frontage to the Turnpike road, comprising the Middle Field and part of Machin Field with part of road (tenant James Roberts).Lot 11 a parcel of building land with three valuable frontages to the Turnpike and public roads, called the Well Field and part of Machin Field (tenant James Roberts).Lot 12 a close of excellent pasture land, and eligible building site, called the Top Field (tenant James Roberts).Lot 15 Near Piper Ing, Far piper Ing, Little Piper Ing (tenant Jospeh Kay).Lot 16 a very eligible building site called The Croft, and part of Town Field (tenants Joseph kay and John Fowler, esquire).Lot 17 farm hose, outbuildings, barn, stable, cow house, and fold yard, orchard, garden and Barkers Croft) (tenant Joseph Kay).Lot 18 a close of pasture land at Worral called The Cow Ing (tenant Thomas Turner).Lot 19 croft, shop, house, yard, barn and garden (tenant Thomas Knott)Signed Thomas Huchinson.Scale 3 chains : 1 inch.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 7 October 1857

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South Yorkshire Asylum - also referred to as Wadsley Asylum later Middlewood Hospital - plan of estate Featured Hall Scale Print

South Yorkshire Asylum - also referred to as Wadsley Asylum later Middlewood Hospital - plan of estate

Shows hospital buildings, including female and male wings, administrative block, nurses residence, laundry house and dining hall, as well as Airing courts, Drying Green, boiler buildings, wood and masons yards, farmery, kitchen gardens, isolation hospitals (2), church, nursery, gardener's lodge and entrance lodge.The extent of the estate shown is bounded by irrigation land and the River Don to the north north east, Worrall Lane to the west south west, land belonging to Elijah Eaton and Mr. Newton to the north, and land belonging to Messrs. Brooke and Sons, the Trustees of George Miller, and Mr. Fowler to the south.Whilst the date of the plan is unclear, the layout of the buildings shown correspond to a period covering approximately 1889-1901. The name West Riding Asylum was used between 1889 and 1929, and it is known that a second dining hall for women, adjacent to the female detached block, was built in 1901. This hall is not shown on the plan.Printed by Pawson and Brailsford, Sheffield. Scale: 1 inch : 22 yards. Four sections pasted together.Original at Sheffield City Archives X71/2/1

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