Monthly Archives: July 2016

Charles Morrison’s Diary, 1 to 14 August 1863

Saturday 1st August “The Hogue” Man o’ War and her tender the Harpy arrived in here at ½ past 8AM. Kept busy. Sunday 2nd August The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper was dispensed in the Established & Free Churches. In … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 15 to 31 July 1863

Wednesday 15th July Mr M. Clark, of M & A Clark, arrived today. Thursday 16th July Very busy. The “Racoon” 22 Guns Captain Count Glenchen and Prince Alfred arrived here at ½ past 8 P.M. Friday 17th July The volunteers … Continue reading

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True-Form

The boot and shoe manufacturer J. Sears & Co. (True-Form Boot Co.) Ltd. was founded in Northampton in 1891 by John George Sears (1870-1916), who was soon joined in business by his younger brother William Thomas Sears (1876-1950). The Sears … Continue reading

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