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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Golborne

    the northern part of the township, and has a station called Golborne . Lightshaw is at the northern extremity; Edge Green on the Ashton boundary, and Golborne Park , a seat of the Legh family, at the southern end. Cotton-spinning

    Townships Ashton

    of the ground, as the result of mining. A narrow strip of the Permian rocks extends from Abram to Edge Green , separating the Coal Measures from the New Red Sandstone, and the latter formation covers the former in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    irs connection wish the said ictenoed Railwa~y to atop up and divert so mirth of the Colliery Rallwayof the Edge Green Colliery Conspassyleading frowItheeast side of the North Union Railssy to thaeWigass nedY Yagh C53ual "sextends for a dietance of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO MUSBUMEi. rEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. 1 gethetduct¶on for OUCI" wiR ONLY of Mr. BURNAND'S RsPOt-tu bighiy uooesuli ComedY "THE COLONEL,' in lstint Mrj BDGAB hRUim at l apes bef orohr Majesgty p u~es, aS and thePinepby tende Princge dof Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28, Crowle,1 C Wv~sxs, Se W IV. (at 10.30).-This day, 'November 2, IWihitchureb Racecourse; Mondlay, 24, Weetfelten; Wednesday, k26, Edge Green; Ilriday, 23, Westisampton ; Saturday, 29, Iscoyd. 'j Dory VAsLrFvM 11AnaREBS (at 11.20),-Monday, November 24, linadhurn Toll Bar. Hiorr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Friday, 29, lraileq House. T1 Ls Wytutee', Sist W. W, (at 10.30).-Tlsi. day, November 24, ;Is 0sWaflo;Wiietiy 2s, Edge Green; Friday, 25, lesethares: (A to ton: Saturday, 29, Iscoytl. WARIwsIUNTIi~c, Nourres (at 11).-Tuesday, Navesiber 25. Five Ways flasoloy. WNednsesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    situate in the coentits of Lancaster and Chester and elsewhere- (s) TEE COLLIERIES. The Collieries comnprise the Hamydnck, Ashton, Edge Green. Pare, tel Geiborne Celficrie~,situaste repepctively in the several t~ownsbioo f flaytlecl. Pitrr, Asbltoen-in-Miakcriield, and Golborne, all in the ouety Subscribers-only content

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