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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hundersfield

    valley above Todmorden ; it has a total area of 16,077 acres. On the east it is bounded by Blackstone Edge and other hills dividing Lancashire from Yorkshire . It was later divided into four townships; WARDLEWORTH , a triangular

    Townships Blatchinworth and Calderbrook

    present owner is Captain Clement Robert Nuttall Beswicke-Royds. Pike House stands on high ground on the lower slope of Blackstone Edge , about half a mile north-east of Littleborough , facing south-west. It is a stone-built house of two stories,

    The parish of Rochdale INDEX MAP to the PARISH of ROCHDALE

    to the PARISH of ROCHDALE Various prehistoric remains have been found, chiefly in the hills; a Roman road over Blackstone Edge is still visible, and part of a silver statue of Victory, coins, & c, have been found. 5 The

    Townships Spotland

    Monston Edge between Healey and Wardle , has the popular explanation that it was thrown by Robin Hood from Blackstone Edge . Ma nor The principal landowners in Spotland were the Abbot and convent of Whalley , their lands having

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Carl ass dtretion, was brilliantly successful A large demonstration of Yorkshire and Lancashire Socialists was held yesterday on Blackstone Edge. Rosolutions were adopted in favour of the Government adopting an eight-hours bill and placing all habitations and cellars where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    papers give accounts of the effects of the storm in different parts of tire West Riding, corm- niencing at Blackstone Edge, (tire ''backbone of Erngland,V) and extending to the extrensity of the Riding northwards. ALt Holmnfirth tIre electric fluid struck Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning have caused damage' incalculable in 'Todmordeo. Three years since the town suffered very severely from water descending from Blackstone Edge; and the damage then done: ib now xhnuh exceeded. In mesy places the water rose 18.Inches high'er thauin any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    degrees too weak, on the 6tS of last month. William Rigg, the landlord of the Moor- d cock inn, Blackstone Edge, was also fined S1. Is. and le costs for selling a pint of Irish whisky, on the same date, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appears from his own evidence, given in the Coroner's Court at Blackstone Edge, to be a person of playful habits which lead him to jest with young women on the subject 'of marriage. Like Praed's heroine, he has "smiled on Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Fourth autumn exhibition, 1886., 1886

    o 509 A Grey Day Charles J. Adams . 3 3 510 Robin Hood 's Bed, Blackstone Edge Richard Glazier ... 8 o 511 Watch Towers of the Hills George Crozier 84 o 512 The 'Prentice Hand Thomas W. Couldery Subscribers-only content

    Reminiscences of a commercial traveller., 1886

    were put to and we galloped as hard as it was possible to do up to the top of Blackstone Edge . And now came the most dangerous part of our journey. From where we changed horses, down the hill Subscribers-only content

    Reminiscences of a commercial traveller., 1886

    we ever travelled together was the distance to eternity so very nearly being accomplished as on that journey from Blackstone Edge to Ripponden . Tom Brown was a celebrated whip. He drove the London and Edinburgh Mail from Newcastle to Subscribers-only content

    Reminiscences of a commercial traveller., 1886

    during the day. We all looked for a storm, and we were not disappointed. We reached the top of Blackstone Edge , where we changed horses, about one or two o'clock in the morning. They allowed about ten minutes, and Subscribers-only content

    The history of co-operation in Halifax: and of some other institutions around it, 1867

    in two hours afterwards be run into the mill. THE ANCIENT SOCIETY OF RIPPONDEN . At the foot of Blackstone Edge , about two miles from Sowerby Bridge , lies the old, quiet, and tame Village of Ripponden . The Subscribers-only content

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