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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Holleth, Cleveley and Cabus

    grantor gave all his land in Gubisthwaite (otherwise Goberthwaite or Gubberthwaite) within these bounds: From Gubisthwaite Pool, up the River Wyre to Drypool, by Drypool to the carr, round it to the pool which falls by Hagrimai, and down that

    Townships Hambleton

    portion of the parish is cut off from the main body by the River Wyre , the boundary on the south-west side. It has an area of 1,553 1/2 acres, 1 and in 1901 the population numbered 321. The village

    Townships Cleveley

    Company 's main line from Carlisle to London runs near it, but has no station in the township. The River Wyre forms the boundary at two places; on the north a small brook forms the boundary as it runs west

    Townships Singleton

    Enam or Avenham to the south-west and Brackinscal to the south-east. Little Singleton occupies the northern part, bordering the River Wyre with its picturesque scenery; it is divided near the centre by a small area known as Pool Foot ,

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    name of the large district of which it forms part. The River Wyre in general bounds it on the west, and Grizedale Brook on which at one point a reservoir of the Fylde waterworks has been formed, forms about three-fourths

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and The larne wooden ship Attilio, 1,018 tons registers from San Franensco, ea Queenstown for Mleetwood, in goislP11) the River Wyre to dock, stranded, and remains fast. $be oth is badly strained, and fills with water as the tide flovS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    abundant supplyofoxcelient wvaterniglltbe obtained; but in preference to Windernmere, he recommended that a supply should be obtained from the River Wyre. The advantases of the latter scheme were the comparatively short distance of the river from Liverpool, and consequontly its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    astd otly a very sitort Distance froTn the Stecam Packet Station; it asl5 commands an exlensive View of tile River Wyre, and about Two Mliles of the Line of Rail- 'rIle new Town of Fleetwo-d is becoming every Day more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Perlis- ment in the next scession for an Act for the more offecetual rclaimoing from the entosry of the River Wyre of certain lands in the township of Thornton, to the parish of Paulten, or roulton-le-Fyldo, In the co0nt1 of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tin. The reservoiro and premloses extend over nine statute macres, and are simply Supolted with ecocljant wacter from the River Wyre, quite fogs from pollution. Triers rer two commnodious dwelliing-hou~sep, with siebling for eleven horcess, coerhh-brouss, and other ontbuilidt go, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    England to the Customs Commissioners, Scotland, 357, 563, 762. -, Mr. 468. Bowling , Richard, 229, 433. Bowling Green (River Wyre, co. Lanes.), 560. Bowman , John, 49. Bowring , Mr., 581. Bowyer , John, 627. Boyd , William, 4th

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