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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Heapey

    and Yorkshire and London and North Western joint railway. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal passes through the north-west corner. The Thirlmere aqueduct also passes through. The soil is mixed, with subsoil stone; grass is the chief crop. There are bleaching

    Townships Elston

    pasture. The soil is clay, loam and alluvial, with subsoil various. The pipe line of the Manchester water supply from Thirlmere passes through the township, and thence through the Ribble into Samlesbury . Manor The manor of ELSTON , assessed

    Townships Horwich

    line, with a terminus at Horwich , opened in 1870 . There is an electric tramway to Bolton . The Thirlmere aqueduct passes through the township. To the hearth tax of 1666 the largest house contributing was that of Thomas

    Townships Over Wyresdale

    September. The land is mostly in pasture, but oats are grown. The soil is clayey. The Manchester water supply from Thirlmere passes through the west side of the township in pipes. Forest Nothing is known of the district before the

    Townships Samlesbury

    Roach Bridge and Samlesbury Bottoms . The sewage disposal works of the Blackburn Corporation are within the township, and the Thirlmere conduits of the Manchester Corporation Waterworks pass through the middle of it, crossing the Ribble and Darwen upon aqueducts.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Business ...04.. 104 The Racecourse Licensing Bill .. 106 Lord Shaftesbury and the Book of Genesis ..................,.107 The Battle of Thirlmere ...... 105.. Lay-Figures ................. 109 Housekeepers and Housekeeping 110 A New History of Modern Philo- Art ............... ....... 121 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these things, but to preach them, he has no lanswer. THE BATTLE OF THIRLMERE. It appears that the proposal of the Corporation of Manchester to convert Thirlmere into a reservoir will come before Parliament in another form than that of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spanish Marriage. Disguised Repudiation. Obstruction of Parliamentray BRsiness. The Racecourse Licensing Bill. Lord Shaftesbury and theBook of-Genesis. The Battle of Thirlmere. Lay-Figures. Housekeepers and Housekeeping. A New History of Modern Philosophy. Mycenw. Mfiss Ifisanthrope. Swallow-Flights. Who is She ? Minor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not likely to gain by doing so. The statement put forth by the Corporation of Manchester, in reply to the Thirlmere Defence Association, ignores one important point. It does not say whether the additional supply of water is required for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as 'Mr. Bourke for a high judicial position in the City. The supporters of the Manchester Corporation scheme for turning Thirlmere into an elegant tank, did not make a good appearance in the House of Commons on Tuesday. If there Subscribers-only content

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