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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Manhood Introduction

    E. Heron-Allen , Selsey , 11. At Manhood End the boundary sweeps southward round the parish of Donnington to Street End . Now Jury Lane . V.C.H. Suss . i, 437. Ibid. 390-1. V.C.H. Suss . i, 391. Suss. Pla

    Townships Failsworth

    Roman road from Manchester , and from it branches off a road to the east, through the hamlets called Street End and Holt Lane End . The Lancashire and Yorkshire Company's railway from Manchester to Oldham runs through to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    immedi- ately.-Apply to John Thornicroft. Harborns. 905 no be LET, a neuly-erected f orner S E[OP, fronting to Wsllm Street End BEougham Street Aeton gM anor, contdeinisg Sop, Sitting Room, Kiteben, three BednotiRoom, Store Room, do, rent Add2.-Apsply to G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smetilsvick; or to r. -ThomaslI Howell, Allotioneer, Bennett's Hill Biraillghann . 175 5211 THE LATEST FROM UNION PASSAGE, (BULL STREET END.) -ILLEY'S STATIONERY WAREHOUSE is now Royal News Office in Union Street earried on as ususal. 161 00,000 ENVELOPES, a~t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per 1,000, Full Com. *1 mercial Size, Blue Laid, Creamo Laid, or Butf-W. WILLEY'S STATIONleltY WAslEIIOUSE, Union Passage (Bull Street End). o2t CROQUET. T HIS universal and fashionable GAME may be obtained AT T. MOUNTFORT'S, ClVIT CAT. FROaM FIFTEEN SHILLINGS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bull Street. 160 SAFE INVES5'.'lENTtopayagood percentage.-Sixlong.LEASi- HOLD HOUSES, at Ladlywood.-For particulars, address 21, Willey's Stationery Warehouse, Union Passage (Bull Street End). c3961 C iAPITAL INVESTMENT FOR 2150. Fourteen well-tenanted HOUSES, all let, and produbcing £61., clear of ground rent. Leaso Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INVESTM.)ENT, to pay agooIed pereeitage.-Sixlung LEASE- Is, HOLD HOUSES, at Lndywoees.-For piarticuilars, addlreai2l. Willey's Stationery Wa~relicuar, Union I'aosage (Bull Street End). 549 ~I~Obe SLDchea, aDetahedDWELINGHOUSE, situate .Lsi~aeenStret.Wes Brinwch.conainnglive Bedl Recess. Dinig, rawngari SitingReimeCoah-huse, arid Stairle, (lodon ad oherOu-bnldigs-Fo patinlasapply to Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of the Cordwainers and Glovers, Introduction

    unknown. Its situation is there given as in the thoroughfare which runs from "S t John's Church to Shoemaker's Street End." 1 The actual spot was off the south side of Duke Street, towards the western end of the lastnamed

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