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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Clayton-le-Woods

    . 49 The Roman Catholic church of St. Bede, Clayton Green , opened in 1822 , is an offshoot of Brownedge . It is served by the Benedictines. 50 1,431 acres, including 14 of inland water; Census Rep . 1901.

    Townships Walton-le-Dale

    from Manchester and Chorley crosses the River Lostock at Bamber Bridge and passes through the village of that name and Brownedge ; that from Blackburn passes through Higher Walton . An inferior road connects with the main road from Preston

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICEaN OCEARGED WITH gASAULT.-YeStMrday, ir at the Stipendiary Court, Police.constable Day was Do charged with assaul ting Daniel Simcox, at Brownedge, on " f lay 21st Juiie. Mr. Ashmall appeared for the complainant, pla .og alid Mr. Paine for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the proposoX, TBE CABE OreF ATTEMPIED SUIOIDE AT BR OjvS7EDG:s.) Ilike Leek, the man who attempted to commit suicide at Brownedge, on Friday, as already described in the Dauly Post, wre placcd in the dock of the Hanley Police Court, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAFFOED,5HIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. TnE LASRT or LilcuIIRLD, IOarNLA.S. Tbe business of the Sessions wa3 brought to a close about eleven o'olock yesterday morning. The following Is a list of appeals brard on Wednesday: - South Staffordshire Waterworks Company, appellant- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plaintiffs, and Mr. Stevenson for the de- fendant. It appeared that the plaintiff Wardle is the occupier of land, at Brownedge, which belongs to the ! Rev. D. Browne of Dudley Last year Wardle, in part- nerehip with John Boon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the prisoner charged a man who was tried and acquitted at the last Assizes, with an unnatural offence, at Brownedge. Wit- nesses were called who proved that his evidence was un- true, and the Jery finding him guilty he Subscribers-only content

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