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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Dinckley

    cent. The township, formerly united with Wilpshire as one, but now separated, lies between the River Ribble and Dinckley Brook, forming a slight plateau between these waters, with an elevation of 250 ft. or more above the ordnance datum. The

    Townships Cuerdale

    series, except over a very small area on the south-east, where it consists of the Permian rocks. Towards the River Ribble a large area is covered by alluvial deposits. The township covers an area of 684 acres, and the population

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    , on the south by the hundred of Salford , and on the west by Leyland Hundred and the River Ribble until the township of Ribchester is touched, then the boundary passes north-west and west around the northerly side of

    Townships Clayton-le-Dale

    xiv-xvii cent. The township extends from the boundary of Dutton on the north-west across the River Ribble 1 for a distance of 3 miles to the south-east, rising from about 75 ft. above the ordnance datum at the river bed

    Townships Salesbury

    xvii cent. This is a rural township on the left bank of the River Ribble , from which the land rises to an elevation of 475 ft. above the ordnance datum on Hazle Moor, a spur of the more distant

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    (Ebor') : diocese Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Abbey of Whalley (monasterium de Whalley) : religious house Location: Lancashire Place(s): River Ribble (Ribill, Ribbill) : waterways Location: Bakshall (Bakshall) : manor Cannot identify Location: Mitton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Mitton (Mitton in Craven)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    should include the present borough, together with The Holm, lying to the east of the present course of the River Ribble. In the case of Newport (Isle of Wight), Salisbury, and Wilton, the Committee concur in the general observations of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    family. Two YorEns DsowMx.-Two youths named Eteson and Wignall, aged fourteen and seventeen, were drowned yesterday afternoon on the River Ribble, at Preston, by the upsetting of their boat. THE Dcxx oF EnDtsm o.--Tho 1.9"t Circular says the Queen has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the receipts thence were only 1,023 cwt.. Several cart-loads of fine salmon have been caught this week in the River Ribble, and in some of the towns of North Lancashire they were being disposed of on Tuesday and yesterday at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near ~Petonw out: d Monday afternoonar contrynsah and hbounds. -Two of the -hares, named Young anwdtool, waee crossing the River Ribble by stepiove4P wvhen one of them fell into a pool twenty- tdeep dagtng the oher with him, and both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Erythrea. Tax BUE trait ~ t MrssaraT Car-sazaa.--Shormlr safter' Tuesday's inq!eest upon the young woman found drowned in the River Ribble, at Clsaheroe tbe body was identified by the relatives, him thiauthorities deelided to give any- particulars, except that her Subscribers-only content

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