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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Huyton Introduction, church and charities

    Jonathan Williamso n in Roby had eleven hearths; Robert Hutchins five. Tarbock had John Marshall's house with five. At Knowsley Hall there were seventy-two hearths; then come the dwellings of John Greenhalgh with seven and Mrs. Isabel Houghton five. Trans.

    Townships Astley

    a Jewell'; Book v, fol. 83. Croxteth D. P. ii, 16. Harl. MS. 6159, fol. 53. MS. Gen. at Knowsley Hall , case 31. Metcalfe, A Book of Knights , 55. Raines, Lancs . Chantries (Chet. Soc lx), 237, n

    Townships Knowsley LATHOM AND STANLEY OF KNOWSLEY

    entirely modern. In the north-east is Longbarrow; Bury is within the park, on the north. The well-wooded park surrounding Knowsley Hall is the principal feature of the township, occupying the eastern half of its area, and stretching over the boundary

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Knowsley Gallery, 1728

    Knowsley Gallery [saint/martyr] A bearded saint (St Jerome?) seated at a table, half-length directed to left, reading a book while placing his right hand on a skull; after Rembrandt. 1728Etching

    J. Ribera Spanolet Pictor; Knowsley Gallery, 1729

    J. Ribera Spanolet Pictor; Knowsley Gallery Portrait; head and shoulders as an elderly bearded man in a tattered cloak facing front with a folio resting against his left arm, holding up a scrap of paper in his left hand

    J. Ribera Spanolet Pictor; Knowsley Gallery, 1729

    J. Ribera Spanolet Pictor; Knowsley Gallery Portrait; head and shoulders as an elderly bearded man in a tattered cloak facing front with a folio resting against his left arm, holding up a scrap of paper in his left hand

    Knowsley Gallery; Latrones, 1729

    Knowsley Gallery; Latrones [new testament] Four men gathered on a rocky bank at the edge of a lake to right, with helmets and spears, one seated and wearing a plumed helmet, in a wild landscape with firs to right

    Knowsley Gallery, 1729

    Knowsley Gallery [hunting/shooting, animal] Wild Boar Hunt; hunting scene with a wild boar being attacked by dogs at left, a hunter about to spear the animal at right; after Frans Snyders. 1729Etching

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tyrodd Arglwydd Derby ei anarl olaf, yn ei breswylfod, Knowsley Hall, swydd Lancaster. El AFIECHYD. Am amryw flynyddau mae yn hysbys fod Arg- lwydd Derby wedi bod yn ddarostyngedig i ymosod- iadau poenus o'rgout Weithiaiayrosodid arnotra yn nghanol ei oruchwylion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i dad Ar- glTyddSkelmersdale. Ac y mae, rheswmr arai1 eto hefyd. Dau gymydog ydynt,. yn Swydd Lancaster-y naill yn Knowsley Hall yn agos i Prescot, a'r Ball yn Lathom House, ger Orm- si-irk. Ni fuasai gweinidogaeth DorYaidd heb Arg- l*ydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    compared with the mortality of the previous week. CONDEMNED POAc0a._ .-Tlheir friends, accompanied by their legal adviser, proceeded to Knowsley Hall, t4j solicit that a recomnuendation t, mtrcy night be sent, Pn behalf of the culprits, to the Secretary f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday until Thursday, the 23rd of November. - The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived on Monday evening at Knowsley Hall, on a visit to the Earl of Derby, On Tuesday they visited Liverpool from HKnowsley and were made much Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Windsor Castle. Mr Disraeli, accompanied by Viscountess Beaconsfield, Lord George Hamilton, and the Duchess of Cleveland, arrived at Knowsley Hall, on Monday afternoon, on a visit to the Earl of Derby. It is expected that advantage will be taken Subscribers-only content

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