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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hundersfield

    tunnel, over a mile and a half long, under the highest part of the hills; there are stations at Smithy Bridge , Littleborough , Walsden , and Todmorden ; also one at Portsmouth on the Burnley branch. The same company's

    Townships Todmorden and Walsden

    Methodists, New Connexion, and Free Methodists have churches at Littleborough ; and the last-named have a church also at Smithy Bridge . The Congregationalists have churches at Littleborough , Smallbridge , and Calderbrook . 134 The Baptists have a church

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Grasmere

    view the same and report upon the condition at the next Sessions. K. Indictment Book, 1760 70. Also that Smithy Bridge in Grasmere is one of the public bridges and that the said bridge and 6 feet at either end

    Index, L - Z

    James, 77, 157, 158. " Richard, 90. " William, 146, 147. Smithies , Henry, 14. Smithson , Mr., 97. Smithy Bridge , 30. " rebuilding of, 174. " repair of, 173. " widening of, 174. Sommers , Thomas, 133. Soulby

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bean stand- ing for some weeks, including Messrs. Smith, Carr, and Smiths, Strafford Main; Messrs. Paley, Sturges, and Co., Smithy Bridge; Messrs. Kirsop, and Bainbridge Brothers, West Sill-stone. To these have to be added the four extensive Silkstone collieries of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ripe for this settlement. Mr. ii. Leaks, M.PL, speaking on Saturda y at the annual oirt -e of the Smithy Bridge and Holliiiworth Liberal IAssociation, referr-edto Vise Irish lend question, mid said he cnsidesed that the State had a right Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r.rP. for South-East Lancialiire, spealing at Smithy Bridge on Saturday, said ho believed that Parliament would be asked by the Irish landlords for com- pensation, but not one lienny-would he vote. He'would asolish the law of distress, and allow the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in reviewing a theatrical performance given in its E town. Ber ~A boy named Fletcher was killed at the Smithy Bridge bobl level Crossing, Robbilale, yesterday morning, as he0 Was jOdi going to school. no l Tue Rev. Charles Richard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the English Channel on Monuay night. On Monday morning, as a passenger train was travelling . between Littleborougll and Smithy Bridge, some evil- ; disposed person threwv a stone at it, which broke e first- class carriage window, and a Subscribers-only content

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