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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hull , 1700-1835

    industries of the West Riding were brought into closer contact with Hull by the development of the Aire and Calder Navigation , authorized in 1699 . 3 Cloth which had previously been sent by land from Leeds to York at

    Stillingfleet

    the river. 90 In 1698 the principal inhabitants of Stillingfleet were associated with a petition against the Aire and Calder Navigation Bill, which they feared would lead to the decline of river traffic on the Ouse . 91 In 1778

    The boundaries of the City PARISH AND TOWNSHIPS AROUND YORK 1850 THE RIDDEN BOUNDARIES MODERN BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    (W.R.); 3 jurisdiction over the river below Skelton Railway Bridge near Goole (W.R.) was transferred to the Aire and Calder Navigation by an Act of 1884. 4 Within the confines of the city liberty the city's franchise did not extend

    Index A-J

    making , agricultural societies , shows, Aguilon , Wm., Aike (in Lockington ) , Air Ministry , Aire and Calder Navigation , airfields , Akam , Phil., Alan , count of Brittany (d. 1089), Alan , count of Brittany (?

    Index A - K

    141, 196; liberty of St. Peter in, 496; officers of, 34, 77, 319-20. Aire , Riv., 18. Aire and Calder Navigation , 319. Aiscough , Hen., 201. Aislaby , Geo., 342. Akum (Acom, Acum), Joan, 400; John de, 400; John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bill; which was opposed on the ground that the new speculation would prejudice the interests of the Aire and Calder Navigation Company, without commensurate advantage to the public. Sir N. COLBORNE moved that the Bill be read a second time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spot, and at thirty-five minutes past nine passed very leisurely through the miniature tubular bridge over the Aire and Calder Navigation. The train stopped outside York at fifty.five oi. nutes past nine, where the Great Northern directors took leave of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seat, Fryston Hall, by that not very picturesque but useful stream which, under the name of the Aire and Calder Navigation, forms a convenient and profitable means of transit for the mineral end other heavy traffic of the district, despite Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the course of last Friday night an extensive burglary was committed at Leeds. The office of the Aire and Calder Navigation Coma- pany, one portion of which is occupied as the dwelling of themnaneger, was broken into, and the sum Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was passing over Crown Point Bridge; at Leeds, he heard enresof distress from the "cut" of the Aire and Calder Navigation Conpany, nearly opposite to Fearne's Island. He ran round, by way of Bowmen Lane, to the bridge which crosses Subscribers-only content

 

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