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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burtonwood

    numbered 2,187 persons. The country is extremely flat, with much reclaimed marsh or mossland, drained by 'cuts' into the Sankey Brook , which, winding from north to south-east and south, forms the boundary of the township on those sides. It

    Townships Haydock

    to have been cut off from the former township. Clipsley Brook separates it from Garswood in Ashton , and Sankey Brook forms the south-west boundary. The population in 1901 numbered 8,575. Haydock is varied in its natural features, sometimes undulating,

    Townships Warrington

    of Warrington is St. Elphin 's Well, now disused. This is generally reported to be in the churchyard. The Sankey Brook forms the western boundary of the township on its way to join the Mersey. The town grew up beside

    Townships Parr

    lends beauty to these undisturbed tracts. The township has an area of 1,633 acres and is divided by the Sankey Brook into two nearly equal portions. It is bounded on the east by the Black Brook , while the moss

    Townships Newton in Makerfield

    places of the name. It has an area of 3,103 acres, 2 and the population in 1901 numbered 16,699. Sankey Brook and its tributary Newton Brook form the greater part of the southern boundary; the latter is joined by the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of continuation being 2b. to 33. The Alliance Bank havepresented apetition in Chancery for the winding up of the Sankey Brook Coal Compauy Limited, which ts to be heard on the 20th inst. Vice-Chancellor James has fixed the 20th inst. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for testing a variety of other substances. A worse instance of livorpollutioncan hardly be conceived than that of the Sankey Brook, which receives the waste products from the St. Helen's Alkali Works. The offensive smell emanating from its contaminated waters Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the wakfiejld antl Bradrord Road., 014f Tuesday and Wedn~esdlay, Niocsbr1han le In Chancery, in the Matter Of the Sankey Brook Coal Company Limitedu, in Liqiuidation, Suttlon Colliery, Sasrkey Bdrook, St. Helens. To Coal Propsrietors, fronfounders, Iron Mlerchants. and Others. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heath for savingi Charles Trotter in Grimsby Dock Basin; araul Josllua M'IIlray, for saving H. Hodghton while bathing at Sankey Brook, near Warriugton. STEAM LAuxNCIIEs ON THE TrrAirtES.-Messrs. Charles M'Laremr, Otwvay, Walter JTames, and Brodrick have brought ill a bill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a for Saving Charles 'Trotter its Gritstshy Dock Besin; and Josisna M'Iirtty, for saving H. Houghton while bathing at Sankey Brook, near Warriogton. THE LATE Mriss NEILSoN.-Dr. Johnston writes to the T~imes-I takeic thle liberty of asking roomn in your Subscribers-only content

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