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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Lawrence , Nantwich

    the hospital of St. Nicholas stood the hospital of St. Lawrence , probably on the west bank of the River Weaver where Welsh Row was later built. 1 Originally intended for lepers it existed by 1260 when, in return for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the meeting. WEAVER RIvER BILL.-A bill has been just intro. duced into Parliament of a most extraordinary character. lThe River Weaver is navigated under a toll on salt and coals, which, when the navigation expenses were met, ought to have Subscribers-only content

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    Stanley, a testimonial of approval of his spirited conduct, both in and out of Parliament, and in opposing the River Weaver Robbery Bill, by inviting him to a public dinner, which took place in the Court-house, Stockport. The circum- stance Subscribers-only content

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    case. The deceased was Harry Littler, a boy thirteen years of age, son of a fatman empleyed by the River Weaver Navigation Trust with another named Ernest Perry, aged fifteen, in managing a mud-barge or hopper, used to convey mud Subscribers-only content

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    On returning hoem, a pair of boois, a carpetbag, sudsa hat (be. longing to Mr. Williama, surveyor, of the River Weaver), were meissed from the carriageobox. No enquiries were made respecting these articles at the time, but when Mr. Williamson Subscribers-only content

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    the River Weaver. and of the Landowners; and the treosteea have commenced the formation of new Docks at Weston iPolnt, thus ealtablishing adepet at tho mantisof the Weaver. similar to Iuncorn. Thouautity of Salt conveyed along ths River Weaver averages Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARREN, George (1735-1801), of Stockport and Poynton, Cheshire

    before the House, promoted by Warren and Charles Roe, a Macclesfield industrialist, for a canal to run from the River Weaver near Northwich, by Knutsford and Macclesfield, skirting a rich but little developed coalfield on Warren’s Poynton estate, and reaching

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