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The Berkshire Echo 17

Posted on: 17 Oct 2001

October 2001: Scouring the Uffington White Horse - Literacy in Little Wittenham, 1815 - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 16

Posted on: 17 Jul 2001

July 2001: Faith in the Victorian Prison - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 15

Posted on: 17 Apr 2001

April 2001: The opening of the new BRO - Maurice Friend, Chaplain of Reading Gaol - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 14

Posted on: 17 Jan 2001

January 2001: Charles Wooldridge and the Ballad of Reading Gaol - Prostitutes in 18th century Aldermaston - New to the archives


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