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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Aldcliffe

    line from Lancaster to Glasson Dock runs through the lower ground on the west side, and the Preston and Lancaster Canal touches the north-east border. The land is mostly in pasture. The soil is heavy. Manor In 1066 ALDCLIFFE was

    Townships Winmarleigh

    Garstang and Knott End single-line railway crosses the western corner, with a station called Coglie Hill , and the Lancaster Canal at one place bends so as to come within the northeast boundary. The soil is clay and peat, with

    Townships Forton

    same places crosses the south-west. There are cross-roads in the north and south of the township. The Preston and Lancaster Canal passes through the centre, having Forton Hall and Goose Green to the west, Clifton Hill and Killcrash to the

    Townships Haigh

    short connecting line from the Wigan and Preston Railway ; there is a station called Red Rock . The Lancaster Canal also winds through the western part of the township, near the Douglas . The woods and grounds of Haigh

    Townships Nateby

    railway between these places also runs through the township, and has a station called Nateby . The Preston and Lancaster Canal crosses the north-east portion. The old divisions into Great and Little Nateby are now forgotten. The former was in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prescott, and Childwall (Lancashire), SaddleworthP as and Wortley (Yorkshire), and Workington (Cumber- laud). The diversion of part of the Lancaster Canal fih at Preston, ,the making of a dam or reservoir se at Osenholme, Westmoreland; and the erection-of a sea- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    granted to the same company. The following Bills are promoted jointly with other companies, iz:- A bill with the Lancaster Canal Company, for leasing a portion of that canal, in conforimity vithitbe'arrWSlements reported on the 21st of February, 1862. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9 - Steamboat-expenses . 20,185-13 9 Depreciation and inisurace of steam.- - . - . boats.8,000 0 0 ,, Lancaster Canal expenses .............. 2,845 7 4 ,, Huddersfield Canal expenes ............ 2,785 -10 .8 To balance carried to net Revenue Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was born on the 15th of August, 1780 at KIilleen, near Drogheda, and was all olt servant of tlm Lancaster Canal Company, All the carpenters employed at Heplple and Co.'s slip- way, North Shiilds, having demanded thecinstarnt dismissal of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in meeting was held afterwards to authorise the com- P pany to create and issue debenture stock to the Lancaster Canal Company, to create and issue th £709,000. consolidated stock, and to authoriso the b company to increase their borrowing Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Kirkby in Kendale

    and Lancaster Canal Company had offered 50,000 on condition that the line should pass up the Vale of Lune and omit Kendal. On 20 February at a public meeting in the Town Hall strong resolutions against the Lancaster Canal monopoly

    North Westmorland, Main roads

    as it appeared reasonable that the southern section might suffer shortly a material depression from the effects of the Lancaster Canal being completed to Kendal . . . . it would become advisable to erect a new toll bar on

    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    as it appeared reasonable that the southern section might suffer shortly a material depression from the effects of the Lancaster Canal being completed to Kendal, and also from the effect of a proposed new Turnpike road from Carnforth to Milnthorpe,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Appendix., 1826

    passing to the Westward of the said Islands . Coals, Culm & Cinders , from any Part of the Lancaster Canal , or any of the Branches thereof, or from any Port or Place within the Hundred of Lonsdale , Subscribers-only content

 

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