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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    surge breaking on the bar the vessel became on. manageable, and was driven upon the south side of the North Pier, where she struck upon the flat part of the shoe. inn Happily those on land were enabled to render Subscribers-only content

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    arrived in her Majesty's yacht flvid on Saturday afternoon in Oban Harbour, Argyleshire The yacht went alongside of the North Pier, but none of the Royal party landed. The Chief Magistrate was introduced to his Royal Highness. The Prince is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jib"SCO FOR LE(OY. AT QUBXN-S WINTDER TERM. CO3MIENCES 18m1 SEPTRMBtl~ Sptcal lases fr pepaatin tocometefoethe Scholarships at For roseetsee aply t Mr J.Lews, 1, asadlse Street. .I20 1~U~lNQA?, CETRA HIH CHOOL FOR .ILD H~lL, AT ~llfl4S CLLJGE. WINTrER TERM Subscribers-only content

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    i,~tfoiy D ate h~ r..7.Tayor FiIFe Ways, B LAST FOURt.NIGHTS. teno11rmcusly susceaosa Play, eeceivedel" mebvening with Al lB.1 ahhS utit.leIel its 555551 YOUTH,' IN; EIGHT, TIARLEAUX, KiWLUDING 2'. " ,ro r.ABARKATfl OF 1 TROOPS" AND "THE BATTL3, OF. Each' Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Bispham

    has been further extended and greatly increased in width, and now has a length of over 3 miles. The North Pier was opened in 1863 , the Central Pier in 1868 and Victoria Pier , South Shore , in 1893

    Townships Layton with Warbreck

    from the Preston and Fleetwood railway turning off at Poulton with a terminus at Talbot Road , near the North Pier ; a second line, coming from the south through Lytham , with a station at South Shore and a


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