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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Woolston with Martinscroft

    Warrington to Manchester passes through it, and the Woolston New Cut , a short canal belonging to the Manchester Ship Canal , passes through Woolston and shortens the waterway of the Mersey and Irwell Canal by avoiding some of the

    Townships Pennington

    Kenyon , Leigh , and Tyldesley branch of the same railway. The duke of Bridgewa ter's, now the Manchester Ship Canal Co.'s, canal traverses the township for a short distance on the south side of Leigh . The geological formation

    Townships Barton

    but there is on the south bank a considerable area, forming the modern township of Davyhulme . The Manchester Ship Canal , opened in 1894 , has replaced the Irwell for the existing boundaries. The central and southern parts of

    Townships Flixton

    Liverpool crosses the township diagonally, and has a station at Flixton , opened in 1873 . 63 The Manchester Ship Canal passes along the western border, between large embankments, and has recently been adopted as the boundary of the township.

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 The economy, 1871-1914 : the limits of reorientation

    of the site in Chester , and in 1910 Frosts opened new mills at Ellesmere Port on the Manchester Ship Canal served directly by ocean-going ships. By 1913 they had stopped milling in Chester , and the premises were abandoned

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Great Northern Railway y I swm anrhydeddus o 925,979p. i'w ranu rhwng Jo y cyfrauddalwyr. Cynyddodd y Manchester Ship Canal 33,243p. y fiwyddyn ddiweddaf. Cyfanswm derbyniadau I Qjmbrian Railwa s I Co. ydoedd 135,398p., yn rhoddi cynydd o 5,485p. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hour af terwads U50 It is generally believeul among'thosa who, have watched moerc it, thle progress of the Manchester Ship Canal Bill that the itated veemeasure wl etrw ouit by the Lords' Committee, elm aa ald, the ground that tlio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Select Committee of the House of Lords on Friday decided to pass the pre- amble of the Manchester Ship Canal Bill, for making the cotton metropolis accessible to sea- going ships, subject only to the condition that five millions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Right Heon. NV, F. Forster will be the chairman of the House of Commbns Committee on the Manchester Ship Canal Bill. The coin- mittee wiU be appointed next week, probably on the 24th inst. The Rev. James D. Kelly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    influential local bodies, had an. interview with Lord Northbrook, at the Admiralty, yester- day, in connection with the Manchester Ship Canal Bill. Messrs. WVhitley, DI.P., Rathboue, M.P., and McIver, MILP., introduced the deputation. The proceedings were private. TIlE Hey. IV. Subscribers-only content


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