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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Poulton

    1901 . A road leads north through the township, passing the church to west and to east and descending the Breck to Skippool , as that part of the united streams flowing to the Wyre is called. The portion of

    Townships Everton

    Road . The road from Liverpool after passing through the village divided, the more northerly branch, Breck Lane , 5 leading to Walton Breck , and the other, which also divided, to Newsham and West Derby . 6 The mere,

    Townships West Derby

    Lane , 19 and formed for some distance the boundary between this township and Everton . After passing the Upper Breck , 20 the road, as Rocky Lane , descended the hill, 21 and then crossed Tue Brook, 22 which

    Townships Walton

    leading through Everton to Kirkby , called Breck Road and Townsend Lane ; 'Cabbage Hall,' an old-established inn, 7 has given a name to the surrounding district, which is also called Walton Breck . Here there is a disused stone

    Townships Longton

    named the Ingesyke, & c.; ibid. 236. Walter son of Adam de Howick a ridge on the South furlong of Breck ; Halleturner and Brekesgate are named among the bounds; ibid. 170. William son of Geoffrey Loxham gave all his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y'fan yr;oedd yr ,hen; a dai a elwid Cefnfaes,a chafwyd~y tirynrhwyddaoynisel. ei'brisgan Mr. VaUghan, TanymannOd. ;D4*iswyd . 'Mr. B. Owen, Breck R6od, yn g.ynllnnydd, ; Mr. J. R.i I Jones, Rhyl yn adeiladydd. 'Am en gwaith hwy digon m yw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the 2th inst. They do n~ot bind themselves to accept the lowrest Dor ,any -Tender. RICHARD -OWEN, Architect, 2, Breck -Road, UNDEB YSGOLION SABBOTHOL CYMREIG LIVERPOOL. CYNGERDD MAWREDDOG YR V PHILHARMONIC HALL, - DOS FERCHER, MAI 14eg, 1873, Gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fl newydd hwn wedi ei adeiladu gan Mr. Rhydwen Jones, y 3 Rhyl, ar gynilun o waith Mr. Bichard. Owen, Breck. y road, Liverpool. ,i' faintioli gw 70 toed-edd wrth g 47 tu fewn, ae feallai y gallwn ddweyd, heb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gasrrrrn, Well-street. They do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Mi Tender , RICHARD OWENS, Architect, 2, Breck Rbad. Liverpool f Argraffedig (dros y Nlorth and South Wales Alewa papep Company, Limited,) gan D. H. -JomS, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Valley-; S IMr. P-ETER GARRET, 23, Erskine SLeet ; . Mr; T:OMAs HuGIJGnS, Tanybryn, near Gonwa,, ler r Tros FJo,\T3s, Breck house, 'An.field;- - le President: - ...... - ; le ;Mr. JO:N RICE LEWIS, 26. Beaunmot Street: it ' Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 April 1799, 16 April 1799

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1799, A. " To Wind/or, Oxford, Rofs, Monmouth, Aber- " ga-venny, Carmarthen, Pembroke." O, " At what Places did you fleep between Monmouth " and Carmarthen?" A. " At Abergavenny." Q. " Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1811, 25 May 1811

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. • By The Regent of the United Kingdom of " Great Britain and Ireland, figned with " His own Hand, in the Name and on the " Behalf of The King. " Bathurst Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1815, 30 June 1815

    55 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 363 report the fame to the Houfe, without any Amend- " ment." Exmoor Foreft En- clofure Bill Meffage to H.C. that the Lords have agreed to it. Brecknock Foreft En- Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1815, 6 July 1815

    388 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Farming Stock Bill. " Ireland, with refpedl to Taxation of Horfes, Carriages "' aud Men Servants, upon the fame Footing with " Perfons pradlifing the fame Profeffions in London :" It is Subscribers-only content

    3 August 1831, 3 August 1831

    adequate and effectual J^J^JJj5 " Remedy for the deplorable Consequences of a recent " Act of Parliament for the Sale of Beer :" It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table, Upon Weyr Melee Regis Breck Subscribers-only content


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