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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    King, in Exchange, made over to the Earl certain Lands, called Leonard's Lands, joining to the Earl's Park, called Knowsley Park , in the County of Lancaster , and lately belonging to the Monastery of Briscow; of the yearly Value

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Prescot

    the insulated wire works, the principal industries of the place. The dismantled windmill also stands here. The woods of Knowsley Park make a pleasant background to the north. At some little distance from the town, but in Huyton , stands

    Townships Eccleston

    situated between two extremes, the green woods of Knowsley Park on the west, and the smoke-laden environs of St. Helens on the east. The country is of an undulating nature and principally dedicated to agriculture, fields of rich and fertile

    The parish of Huyton Introduction, church and charities

    its breadth about three and a half. The area is 10, 3831/2 acres. 1 The highest ground is in Knowsley Park , about 330 ft. above sea level. Before the Conquest half was held by Uctred and half by Dot,

    Townships Windle

    sandstone of the bunter series which, superimposed upon the coal measures, extends from Rainford village to the Chase in Knowsley Park . The principal road is that from St. Helens to Ormskirk . From St. Helens , where there is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LiERPOOL. I - DIRWEST. Y mae y dyddisi diweddafP widibod yI IlaWn o gyfarfodydtd gydatr schna dirwestol. I ddechrii- bu P. T. Barnun, y hkomman Amerieauaidd, yn areithio yn HEefigler's Circus, nosFercher, y 1sf Cyflaol_ o dan nawdd Cymdeithas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    embody a tenth, to be called the " Armstrong " company, in order to complete the regiment,-The review in Knowsley Park on the 1st of September promises to be a very successful affair. It will be strictly confined to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all trace of the murderer undiscovered. -'The Volunteer movement loses nothing of its impulse, and to-dcy the gathering in Knowsley Park bids fair to show what the Men of Lancashire are ready to do Wiiea balled upon to defend the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christian and Princess Henriette of SlesvigE[olstein left Frogmore on Monday, on a visit to Lord and Lady Derby at Knowsley Park. It is stated on reliable authority that the Crown Prince of Denmark is about to be betrothed to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Corporation. The Earl and Countess of Derby left their residence in St James's square on Tuesday for Knowsley Park. Her Majesty will, it is said, on her way to Switzerland, stay for a few hours in Paris in Subscribers-only content

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