Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England

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  • Page 123

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    [FIGURE] A synopsis of the travels & labours of W. Woodruff In AD 1841 Travelled in ENGLAND, WALES, & AMERICA And visited the following towns & cities Townes & Cities populations Shires & States [FIGURE] London the Metropolis 1,600,000 Middlesex Co Bristol 200,000 Liverpool 280,000 Lancashire Preston 60,000 Ditto Manchester 350,000 Ditto Staffordshire potteries 70,000 Staffordshire Wolverhampton 30,000 Ditto
  • Page 246

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    A Synopsis of the travels & labours OF W. WOODRUFF. IN A.D. 1840 Traveled in ENGLAND & WALES visited the following Towns & Cities Towns & Cities Population Shires Liverpool 280,000 Lancashire Preston 60,000 Ditto Manchester 350,000 Ditto New Castle, Tunstell Burslem, Hanley, Potteries Stoke & Longton 70,000 Staffordshire Stafford 20,000 Ditto
  • Page 127

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    June 6, 1840 ~ Saturday June 6th I walked to Br Benj. Hills at Turkey Hall & spent the night 4 mile June 7, 1840 ~ Sunday 7th Sunday according to appointment I met a congregation of saints & sinners at the coars Lawn for the purpose of holding a camp meeting I preached in the fore part of the day & was followed by a Priest. & in the afternoon several of the Priest & Elder delivered their testimony, & I closed the meeting ...
    Dates:
    June 6, 1840 June 7, 1840 June 8, 1840 June 9, 1840 June 10, 1840 June 11, 1840
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 10 November 1840

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    Of the Diocease in Gloucester it is mostly taken from a pamphlet written by Capt D. L St Clair who declairs to his own knowledge that we have robed the plundered three families in Herefordshire & left them in abject poverty one a respectable farmer has paid to them £200 & two family in the parish of Bosley have given them evry Shilling they possess & will probably have to go to the union house having nothing left but the clothse upon ther backs he equally Blames the ...