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 Subject  Date  Description
Acomb 08 February 1878 Death of James Morrison, one of the largest coal owners in the north of England, being the respected owner of Acomb Colliery, amongst others.
People 23 February 1878 William Lee of Haydon Bridge begins his ?Local Events? column.
Birtley and Chipchase 21 March 1878 Pupils at Birtley Day and Sunday Schools enjoyed their annual treat, courtesy of Mrs. Streatfield of Chipchase Castle and Bournemouth. After games of football and cricket on the vicarage glebe land, some 80 little ones enjoyed a fine meal in the village hall.
People 23 March 1878 Death of the 2nd Baron Ravensworth, Henry Thomas, who succeeded his father on 07/03/1855. Cf. 30/03/1878 for funeral and 01/06/1878 for will.
Schools 04 April 1878 A very successful amateur concert was held in The Hott Schoolroom, Tarset, featuring items by present and former pupils of the school to raise money to pay off the debts incurred when the school was renovated and enlarged.
Langley on Tyne 11 April 1878 A meeting considered ways of raising funds to increase the accommodation of pupils at Deanraw School, Langley, as required by the education authority.
Schools 11 April 1878 A meeting considered ways of raising funds to increase the accommodation of pupils at Deanraw School, Langley, as required by the education authority.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 13 April 1878 (HH) Manufacture of fire bricks was to be started at the woollen manufactory, partly destroyed by fire ?some time since.? Cf. HH 01/06/1878, 14/09/1878.
Bellingham 13 April 1878 Death of Dr. John Elliott on Saturday 6th April in his 63rd year.
Newbrough and Fourstones 27 April 1878 The new Town Hall at Newbrough was opened on Thursday 25th April 1878 by Mr. W. Benson, Allendale Hall, the land and building being the gift of Miss Todd of Newbrough Park.

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