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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hundred of West Derby Introduction

    hundred. From Arley Hall it is for the most part divided from Leyland hundred on the north by the River Douglas until near Rufford Hall , whence the boundary runs through Martin Mere (now drained) in a north-westerly direction to

    The parish of Penwortham PENWORTHAM PARISH .

    a comparatively level area on the south bank of the Ribble from opposite Preston westward to the River Douglas . The highest points, about 100 ft. above sea level, are near the eastern boundary, from which there is a gradual

    Townships Shevington

    1350. Shevington has an area of 1,728 acres. 1 It is bounded on the south-west by the River Douglas , on the east by the Mill Brook and on the west by another brook, which has two small tributaries, the

    The parish of Ormskirk Introduction, church and charities ORMSKIRK CHURCH

    nine miles in length from north-west to south-east, and about five miles in widt h from Ormskirk to the River Douglas . The area is 31, 0091/2 acres. The land is occupied as follows: Arable, 23,578 acres; permanent grass, 3,702;

    Townships Upholland

    4,685 acres. 1 The population in 1901 numbered 4,773. 2 From the northern and eastern boundaries, formed by the River Douglas and its affluent the Dean Brook , the surface rises rapidly to a point near the middle of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coatol OiL Mnu- fac.ory, suitable fore Chemrical Works, situate-I on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and River Douglas, containing airmI 7,300 arquare yards, an Lean3e for an mie~pireat teema of 85 years, wVit5 power topurehase. Tbe2dasbhiuery.Btuildinig4 Bud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Coal Oil Mann- factory, suitable forsaemical Works, situated en the banks of the Leed and Liverool Canal and River Douglas. oontaining atout 7,3B0 square yaEXs, on Loeae for an unerpired term of 5 yers with i tso purcba e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has prevailed in the Wigan district almost without cessation since Thursday morning culmli- nated early on Saturday, when the River Douglas, which runs through the heart of the town, overflowed Its banks, and caused a very oonsiderable amount of damage. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eight miles have been n completed, I'and~, weure opened yeeterlsay, extending from t Hesktle erle Sostisortto HalthBan, on the River Douglas, a biaehe of the Ribble, The carriages tire first and third class only, and 'are all heated by waste Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    provided d witlI cornrrodionsis tations at Wineter Stead aed liesketh Prok. Sauthport, Clherohtown. Ccossens. Rantks, 1 elsoth llank, and River Douglas, withlooktingsiauals. extensiveesidirgrs sinl all tIre appurte- sances; necessary for a nrst-clars ravilway nld for a large traffic, b. at Subscribers-only content

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