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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a daughter. MARRIED., At St James's, Colonel Money, C.B., of Crown Point, Nor. folk, to Lady Laura Waldegrave, eldest daughter of the late James. Farl of Waldegrave. At St James's Church, Henry Colhbrn, Esr., to Eliza Ann, only daughter Subscribers-only content

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    committed some acts of vio- lence at two or three of them ; after which, proceeding through Denton and Crown Point, and having forced the journeymen hatters to join them, they went forward to Hyde, where, we believe, they stopped Subscribers-only content

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    . 96,000 426,000 in 4 ,, Chollar-Potosi 124,040 84,000 In 1 ,, e Kentuck..... (Loan returned) 135,000 in 21,, Crown Point . . 34,800 99,600 in 2, Empire . . . ., (Loan returned) 61,600 in 4 ,, . Total. Subscribers-only content

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    3lendill, Lock, Bannack, Zisks, Merimac, Crown Point, Massosoil, Chesterfield, and Skyrocket. J .uav Cue'. -Master Waller, Fenelon, Shinglass, Amranla L.Nercissa, anod 8coleell. L. CHSTRFrsnIELD sTAXY-s.-Zephyr colt, Crucifex colt, Potosi, 'iDangerflcid, Blue Grass, and Crown Point. GOOcDwooD STr~sms.-Tha following paid forfeit Subscribers-only content

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    Bltihyzny's Araignee Air. Xeene's DangerfielhI to A blr. Beaucliump's Flo-eence Mel- 3Sr. Keene's Blue Grass I, villa Mrn. Keenen-'s Crown Point In- l o Mr. Beauchiamp's Dear Sir Count do Lagrange's D'Argenh L D sike oflisaulort's Itijuriol CosustdeLtsgrange's Der-vicho 2- Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Edgeworth

    award is kept at the County Council Offices, Preston . A cottage for services was taken in 1807 at Crown Point , Edgeworth Moor, then ' a very benighted and populous part,' and a church was formed in 1814 .

    Townships Habergham Eaves

    at the north. South of Horelaw the land falls and rises again towards the boundaries, attaining 1,240 ft. at Crown Point on the south-east and 1,200 ft. near Nutshaw on the south-west. The road from Manchester by way of Rawtenstall


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