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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Edgeworth

    Townships Edgeworth EDGEWORTH Eggewrthe, 1212; Egewurth, 1221; Egeword and Eggeword, 1292; Eggeworth, 1292, and usually; Eggeswrth, 1277, 1292. Edgeworth village lies in the extreme southern corner of its township between Bradshaw Brook , here expanded artificially to form a

    Townships Entwistle

    Townships Entwistle ENTWISLE Hennetwisel, 1212; Ennetwysel, 1278; Entwysel, Entwysil, 1292. The greatest height in this township, about 1,080 ft., is reached at Soot Hill , near the centre of the northern boundary. To the east there is a valley,

    Townships Bradshaw

    Townships Bradshaw BRADSHAW Bradeshagh, 1312, and generally; Bradshaw , 1580. This township occupies the western slope of a hill which rises from below 400 ft. at Bradshaw Brook on the west to 888 ft. on the eastern boundary, not

    Townships Turton

    Townships Turton TURTON Turton, 1212, and commonly; Thurton , 1277; Terton alias Torton , 1282. This township, with an area of 4,614 acres, extends in a north and north-west direction for nearly 5 miles. A large part of the

    Townships Over Darwen

    Townships Over Darwen OVER DARWEN Overderewente, 1276; Overderwend, 1332; Derwent o' the Mores, 1380; Overderwent, xiv-xvi cent.; Overderwyn, -darwyn, xvi-xvii cent. Provincially ' Darren .' The township lies in the upper part of the valley of the River Darwen

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WEDNESDAY. Charges against Loan PALMEasmx.-Mr. C Anstey moved for a return of papers and documents upon which it was bis intention to found his charges against the noble lord at the head of the Foreign Department. Mr Anst.y said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ MANCHESTER, Yesterday. i ue political commotions and attendant derangement of credit on the Continent of Europe continue to act detrimentally upon the trade of this district, and we have again to report a very depressed market ; there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MANCHESTER, Yestebdat The admirable measures adopted by the Government to preserve the peace of the metropolis has not been without some good effect in this market by impar g more confidence : upon the whole there appears a greater Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MANCHESTER, Yestebdat We cannot report any change for the better in the aspect of our market ; the business transacted is on a very limited scale, and as production is rather on the increase than otherwise, a further depression Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OPENING OF THE BOLTON, BLACKBURN. CLITHEROE, AND WEST-YORKSHIRE RAILWAY. The first prospectus of the proposed '•Blackbnrn. Darwen and Bolton Railway," appeared in this journal in October, 1844, and it described the projected line as " intended to connect the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A history of the Manchester railways., 1882

    CHAP. IX. ] THE LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE SYSTEM. 19 IX. THE LANCASHIRE AND YOEKSHIEE SYSTEM. The second of the group of amalgamations was that which ultimately resulted in the creation of the Lancashire and Yorkshire system. The nucleus of Subscribers-only content

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